Speculation Erupts About Tucker Carlson After Where He Was Just Spotted

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Tucker Carlson, a highly regarded conservative journalist, was observed at the renowned Bolshoi Theater in Moscow on Saturday, leading to conjecture that he might be in the country for an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

According to images shared by a Russian user named TrollStoy88, Carlson was present at a performance of “Spartacus.” As per the article, Carlson recently arrived in Russia after a journey from Istanbul, three days ago.

The Russian news agency, Mash, acquired photographs of the American journalist, which were subsequently posted on the network’s Telegram page.

Furthermore, Carlson has voiced disapproval of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in light of the escalating authoritarian tendencies observed within the nation. Amidst the commencement of the conflict, the government led by Zelensky has implemented prohibitions on dissenting political parties, news outlets, and renowned literary works authored by Russians. The government led by Zelensky has implemented strict measures against the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and has expressed intentions to delay the country’s elections citing worries regarding national security.

The ex-Fox News anchor, who recently established his own autonomous media enterprise, previously disclosed to the Swiss publication Weltwoche that the U.S. government intervened to obstruct an interview with Putin.

“There has been a very aggressive attempt, over a number of decades on the part of the people who run the United States, to control what’s available on our news stations and in our newspapers — to control the news media. And they have,” Carlson told the outlet, adding that many U.S. media organizations have been happy to allow it.

“I tried to interview Vladimir Putin, and the US government stopped me,” the former Fox News went on to reveal. “So, think about that for a minute. By the way, nobody defended me. I don’t think there was anybody in the news media who said, ‘Wait a second. I may not like this guy, but he has a right to interview anyone he wants, and we have a right to hear what Putin says,’” he continued. “You’re not allowed to hear Putin’s voice. Because why? There was no vote on it. No one asked me. I’m 54 years old. I’ve paid my taxes and followed the law.”


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