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Or perhaps, and this is more likely, Putin can easily manipulate Carlson, like Trump could. Don't expect any hardball questions from Tucker. I'm sure Putin views this interview as an opportunity to get his propaganda out to the gullible, i.e., MAGA.
If you do not think that Tucker Carlson is not a journalist rather an entertainer please enlighten us as to your definition of a journalist.
I find it humorous that you chose to cite the opinion of Fox News as a credible source. As is said in the Navy, "any port in a storm."
From your citation:
"Just read U.S. District Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil's opinion, leaning heavily on the arguments of Fox's lawyers"
Also find the complete title of the NPR citation:
"You Literally Can't Believe The Facts Tucker Carlson Tells You. So Say Fox's Lawyers"
I await you comments relying on other "far right sources" as you have said, "" in order to justify a position that has no substance.
Evidently you did not read your own citation Kooobookie. The NPR aricle relies solely on Fox News, yet yoou have told us innumerable times that Fox News is right wing propaganda.
Good to see that you are accepting the point of view of Far Right news.