The show aired at 6 pm Eastern in what appears to be a room in his home in Maine. Within two hours, the show had over 7.4 million views.
In the first episode, Carlson discussed the dam that was destroyed in southern Ukraine and the unquestioning reporting of the situation by the media. Carlson brings a fresh perspective on the situation and asks some very interesting questions.
He then mocks pro-war apologists like Senator Lindsey Graham and GOP Presidential hopeful Nikki Haley.
He then talks about the “bombshell” story about the whistleblower that came forward admitting that the US government has been studying UFO technology for years.
Finally, Carlson targets the Regime Media that uncritically parrots the same leftwing talking points and explains how that leaves Americans ignorant.
Carlson then says that back during the Cold War, many Russians were oblivious to how Americans actually lived and the ones that did know that Americans weren’t living in abject poverty with constant race wars learned about that through short wave radio.
He concludes his show using the short wave radio analogy.
“As of today we have come to Twitter, which we hope will be the short wave radio under the blankets,” Carlson said. “We’re told there are no gatekeepers here. If that turns out to be false, we’ll leave. But in the meantime, we’re grateful to be here. We’ll come back with much more very soon.”
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) June 6, 2023
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