A conservative group has highlighted Tucker Carlson’s affinity for spreading Russian propaganda in a new video.
The Fox News host has made a habit of leaning into Kremlin talking points and conspiracy theories since Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine.
Days before the war began, Carlson infamously defended Putin and said that Ukraine was “not a democracy.”
Carlson’s mimicry has been so on point that on multiple occasions excerpts from his broadcasts have ended up on Russian state-sponsored TV.
The Republican Accountability Project put Carlson on blast in a new video, showing 96 seconds of the Fox News host “parroting Putin”:.
We present one and a half minutes of Tucker Carlson parroting Vladimir Putin.
New video from RAP: pic.twitter.com/W4ca6Gdrgz — Republican Accountability (@AccountableGOP) March 14, 2023. »