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Tucker Carlson’s colossal reach is undeniable, making him a force to be reckoned with in the world of media and journalism. His recent interview with President Donald Trump, which attracted a jaw-dropping 267 million views on an undisclosed platform, demonstrates the incredible sway he holds over the masses. But what has sent shockwaves through the corridors of power is what Tucker is doing concerning Russia, a country that the Deep State is keen to keep under wraps.
When Trump and Michael Flynn ventured too close to Putin, the Deep State erupted in outrage, crying “treason” at the top of their lungs. But why this extreme reaction? The answer lies in what Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, could potentially share with Trump. Putin, often portrayed as a villain in Western media, is a staunch anti-globalist who possesses intimate knowledge of the Deep State’s covert operations, particularly in Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin stands as a symbol of resistance to the globalist agenda. He has openly criticized the perversion and widespread pedophilia within Western society, shedding light on uncomfortable truths that the Deep State would prefer to keep hidden. Putin’s unwavering stance against the globalist elite and their schemes has earned him the label of being “red-pilled” – a term that signifies a deep understanding of the hidden agendas and manipulations at play in the world.
In this tumultuous battle between truth-seekers and the Deep State, one thing remains certain: the fight for transparency, accountability, and justice is far from over. Tucker Carlson’s relentless pursuit of the truth, coupled with Putin’s insights, has the potential to reshape the world as we know it. The Deep State may be in real trouble, but the truth will ultimately prevail. Stay tuned as this gripping saga unfolds before our eyes.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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