WATCH: Tucker Carlson’s Twitter Show Makes Explosive Debut

WATCH: Tucker Carlson's Twitter Show Makes Explosive Debut

( – Former host of Fox News, Tucker Carlson, posted the first episode Tuesday night of his newly redesigned talk program on Twitter.

In it, he criticized the establishment’s unwavering support for the Ukrainian war effort and its suppression of other viewpoints.

Days after leaving Fox News, Carlson declared he would “soon” launch a digital version of his well-liked talk program on Twitter. Carlson delivered on his promise with the Tuesday release of the premiere episode.

Carlson discussed reports that the Nova Kakhova dam in southern Ukraine blew up at the opening of his program, and he chastised figures in the establishment media who immediately accused Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“So if this was intentional, it was not a military tactic. It was an act of terrorism. The question is who did it? Well, let’s see, the Kokovka dam was effectively Russian, it was built by the Russian government. It currently sits in Russian-controlled territory,” Carlson said.

“The dam’s reservoir supplies water to Crimea, which has been for the last 240 years home of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. Blowing up the dam may be bad for Ukraine, but it hurts Russia more. And for precisely that reason the Ukrainian government has considered destroying it.”

“A reasonable person “would draw the conclusion that the Ukrainians probably blew it up, just as you would assume that they blew up the Russian natural gas pipeline Nord Stream last fall,” according to Carlson.

Bill Kristol, a Never-Trumper, came under fire from Carlson for “immediately” labeling Vladimir Putin a war criminal and “even more savagely” drawing parallels between him and the late President Donald Trump.

“The other pundits in the group made eerily similar noises that were plainly coordinated: Putin did it, Putin did it. And the justification was clear. Putin is wicked, and evil people act evil only for the sick pleasure of acting evil,” Carlson continued.

“No one who is hired to report on these incidents appeared to consider the slightest possibility that the perpetrators might have been Ukrainians,” according to Carlson.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley were also criticized by Carlson for their steadfast backing of the Ukrainian war effort.

“The words are formed as Graham smiles across his thin quivering lips, “The Russians are dying. It’s the best money we’ve ever spent.”

Following the airing of a recent video showing a meeting between Graham and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Carlson remarked, “He looks like a starving man considering a breakfast buffet.”

Carlson noted, “They don’t appear to be the kind of individuals who would take pleasure in flooding villages or causing a famine. Who cares if they are, in any case? It’s really none of your concern.”

“It is your duty to assist Ukraine. Before playing a clip of Haley explaining how a victory for Ukraine is a “win for all of us,” Carlson remarked.

He added, “Watch Nikki Haley, Republican presidential candidate, explain this notion on CNN.”

“The establishment’s support for the conflict in Ukraine,” according to Carlson, is justified by logical tautologies.

He stated:

“See! It’s very easy to understand. It is vitally important for you to support Ukraine because it’s necessary for Ukraine to be supported by you. Your support is mandatory until it’s finished, or whatever “it” is, and whatever that means, so shut up and support Ukraine or else you’re in trouble.

Back when they still taught logic, statements like this were known as tautologies. Something is true because it is. The more you repeat it, the truer it becomes. It’s a self-reinforcing reality.

There was a time when tautologies were considered illegitimate arguments, not to mention hilariously stupid. Only dumb people talk like that. Now everybody in power talks like that. “Diversity is our strength. Trans-women are women.

Zelensky is Churchill.” It’s all self evidently true, doesn’t need an explanation, and don’t ask questions. Sound familiar? Of course, it does. That’s the pap they’re serving us day after day in steaming lumpy portions.”

He also mentioned rumors that a whistleblower had exposed the existence of a UFO retrieval program within the American government, which he claimed “would qualify as a bombshell, the story of the millennium, but in our country, it doesn’t.”

Carlson said, “Therefore, a significant portion of the reason why our country appears to be so dysfunctional can be attributed to this. Nobody is aware of what is occurring.”

“The rest of us don’t realize we’re free to yap all we want about racism since a small handful of individuals control access to all essential information,” Carlson added.

“But go ahead and discuss something important, and watch what happens if you continue to do so. Trust us, they’ll make you keep silent. That is how they keep their power.”

Carlson concluded by equating the “few Russians who understood what was really going on in the rest of the world” under Soviet Union rule in the 1970s to the Twitter version of his show.

“As of right now, we’ve found Twitter, which we hope will serve as our under-the-blanket shortwave radio. There aren’t any gatekeepers, so we’re told. We’ll leave if it turns out to be fake,” Carlson remarked.

“But we are happy to be here for the time being. We’ll be back very soon with a lot more.”

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