Tucker Carlson calls out President Joe Biden’s administration’s blatant propaganda to the American people attempting to convince the world that “Putin’s price hike” is the cause of unprecedented inflation and record gas prices.
The Fox News host said, “Putin’s price hike? I guess the question is, how much dumb propaganda do they think we’re going to believe? To think it’s Putin’s price hike, you’d have to be like a moron. Our central bank has made the dollar near worthless, and they’ve been doing this for like more than a decade.”
It’s easy to get people to believe this narrative when there is a war in eastern Europe when Russia invaded Ukraine.
Carlson went on, “It would’ve been nice if Biden said I’m going to get Russian troops out of Ukraine and that will help everybody, and everybody, including us, would have applauded. But he can’t do that. So instead, he’s going to destroy Russia’s economy, but he couldn’t do that even. It turns out the Russian economy is based on commodities, it’s not based on finance, it’s not like our economy,” he added.
“Biden has never had a real job so he did not know the difference. But it turns out the ruble has bounced back. In fact, it’s slightly more valuable than it was on the day that Russia invaded Ukraine. The economic situation in the United States by contrast is deteriorating fast. Here’s Joe Biden’s publicist today announcing that inflation is about to get worse and Vladimir Putin did it,” Carlson stated.
He said, “So if you think it is Putin’s price hike, I guess they do expect we do think that, but the bottom line is Russia invades Ukraine. It’s appalling. Everyone agrees but our response to it, does it hurt Putin? No, it hurts the United States. We’re the real victims.”
It is no mistake that most Americans are compatible with Tucker Carlson’s thoughts about Joe Biden. But, he insisted, “The joke is over. Too much is at stake. If there ever was a time – if there was in U.S. history ever a time to invoke the 25th amendment, it is now. As Joe Biden himself put it, ‘For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.’ For all our sakes.”
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