Tucker Carlson Discusses Aliens On His New Twitter Show

Last Tuesday, former Fox News host Tucker Carlson posted the first installment of his new show on Twitter.

During the 10-minute video, Carlson touched on a series of topics, including last Tuesday’s collapse of the Kakhovka dam in Russian-occupied Ukraine, the late Jeffrey Epstein’s finances, and UFOs.

Carlson used his first monologue to attack the American media and US lawmakers who continue to defend US involvement in the war in Ukraine, which included some rather sarcastic comments about Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham.

Carlson also zeroed in on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, whom he described as America’s “shifty, dead-eyed” friend “in a tracksuit,” and suggested that Ukraine was responsible for the destruction of the Kakhovka dam.

Carlson also brought up the recent interview with Air Force veteran David Grusch who claimed that the US government has an extraterrestrial craft that it recovered and is keeping secret. Carlson demanded to know why there has been so little coverage of Grusch’s allegation in the media.

Carlson closed his monologue by saying that we have been told that at Twitter “there are no gatekeepers here,” adding that if this isn’t true, he will leave.

Many news outlets, including CBS News, CNN, the HuffPo, and the New York Times, all blasted Carlson for the first episode of “Tucker on Twitter,” accusing the former Fox host of peddling “conspiracies theories” and cozying up to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

But on Twitter, Carlson’s first episode generated a great deal of interest.

In the week since it aired, Carlson’s 10-minute video was viewed over 114 million times and received more than 245 thousand retweets.

Axios reported on Wednesday, that Fox News informed Carlson’s lawyers that his “Tucker on Twitter” video was a breach of his contract with the network.

Carlson’s attorney Bryan Freedman said in a statement that any legal action on Fox’s part would infringe on his client’s right to free speech.