"The more you tell the truth, the stronger you become," said Tucker Carlson, three days before they fired him for it (and he was absolutely right)
A great talk by the journalist (whom I once despised), and an apt comment by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (another man of honesty, for which "our free press" hates him, too)
If you’re pressed for time, Carlson starts to talk about the power of truth, and its rarity today, starting around 10:30.
Robert F. Kennedy today on Facebook:
Fox fires Tucker Carlson five days after he crosses the red line by acknowledging that the TV networks pushed a deadly and ineffective vaccine to please their Pharma advertisers. Carlson’s breathtakingly courageous April 19 monologue broke TV’s two biggest rules: Tucker told the truth about how greedy Pharma advertisers controlled TV news content and he lambasted obsequious newscasters for promoting jabs they knew to be lethal and worthless. For many years, Tucker has had the nation's biggest audience averaging 3.5 million — 10 times the size of CNN. Fox just demonstrated the terrifying power of Big Pharma.
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First They came for Alex Jones but I didn't care. Then They came for Tucker Carlson but I didn't care. Then They come for us.
They are making mistakes, as Rupert Murdoch is making here, because they are becoming more afraid, if not outright panicking.