Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson is proving to be a total sensation all on his own, doing a program on his X feed without the backing of a major network and drawing in an obscene number of views. If you listen closely, you will hear the sound of sobbing coming out of the offices of Fox News as they realize what a colossal mistake they’ve made by letting their number one host go.
Carlson was let go back in April and he’s already doing far, far better without Fox. He’s interviewed former President Donald Trump and that was a smashing success. And now he’s really ramping things up with a one-on-one conversation with a man who is claiming that he did drugs and had a sexual relationship with former President Barack Obama before he became the commander-in-chief. The liberal freak out from this is going to be mind-blowing.
“Carlson’s interview of Larry Sinclair — who has been convicted and served significant time in jail for crimes involving deceit, and who reportedly did not pass a polygraph test administered in response to his allegations involving Obama — comes after recent reports highlighted that Obama wrote in letters to an ex-girlfriend that he sexually fantasized about men,” the Daily Wire reported.
Ep. 22 Larry Sinclair says he had a night of crack cocaine-fueled sex with Barack Obama, and that Obama came back for more the next day. Assess for yourself. Here’s our interview. pic.twitter.com/R6CXwKv6gs
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) September 6, 2023
I can already hear the various excuses and spin the left is trying to come up with concerning the claims made in this interview. No doubt the big one is going to be about how this man is just straight up lying, this is a conspiracy theory, and blah, blah, blah. That might have been more convincing with some other president, but not so much with Obama. We know he’s a little out there in his beliefs. We have letters clearly stating, in his own words, that he has fantasized about gay sex in some capacity. Progressives love experimentation.
I mean, it’s really not that much of a stretch to think he might have been involved with Sinclair.
“The post of the interview has garnered tens of millions of views and has prompted both praise and criticism. The interview has racked up more than 150,000 ‘likes,’ even while some prominent figures online, including some close to Carlson, have questioned the credibility of Sinclair and the veracity of his claims,” the Daily Wire continued.
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Elon Musk, owner of X, who often pushes content that is produced by Tucker Carlson, weighed in on the conversation with Sinclair and stated he did not find him “super convincing.”
“Of course, the probability that his claims are true would have to rest on objective evidence, rather than claims made by someone with a dubious history,” Musk explained.
Founder of Barstool Sports, Dave Portnoy, who was also recently interviewed by Carlson, referred to Sinclair as the “least trustworthy human” he has ever known. And to be fair, the guy has a reputation for dabbling in the art of deception, so it’s okay to feel like he might be attempting to get his name in headlights and hope for a big payday.
“I met Larry Sinclair when I was doing my Tucker thing a couple weeks ago. I would trust Anna Delvey before I trusted anything Larry Sinclair said,” Portnoy said in a post. “Top to bottom maybe the least trustworthy human I’ve ever laid eyes on. I’d say his story has 0.0% of being true and that’s generous.”
What I love about Tucker Carlson is that he isn’t trying to tell us all to agree with his own conclusions about Sinclair and his claims. He’s having a conversation with the man, asking hard questions, allowing him an opportunity to share his story, and then allowing viewers to make up their own minds as to whether or not they feel Sinclair is telling the truth.
In fact, Carlson told his 10 million followers on X to “assess for yourself,” the trustworthiness of Sinclair. That’s how real journalism is done, ladies and gentlemen.