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  • Writer's pictureDale Hanks

Russia, Russia, Russia

The big news of the week that has everyone talking is Tucker Carlson's sit-down interview with Russian president, Vladimir Putin.

If you haven't seen it, you can watch it here:

You know that this interview is important because it struck a VERY raw nerve with the global elites and the Deep State cabal. They were screeching even BEFORE it aired.

How dare Tucker Carlson do the unthinkable and travel to the forbidden land of Russia to interview Vladimir Putin--the world's most hated and despised man on the face of the planet??

And how dare he do it when the Deep State and financial elites are pushing us harder and harder into a devastating war with Russia?

Here are a few examples of the unhinged reaction to Tucker's journey to Moscow:

  • Members of the European Union were incensed that Tucker Carlson would sit down with a dictator. They even called for travel sanctions against him.

  • Ex-Congressman, Adam Kinzinger called Tucker a traitor.

  • Bill Kristol, former Chief of Staff to Vice President Dan Quayle, said, "Perhaps we need a total and complete shutdown of Tucker Carlson re-entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on." (Oh, the irony of barring Tucker from entering the United States when our border is wide open. But, I digress...)

  • Defeated (and still grieving) presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, called Tucker Carlson a "useful idiot for Putin" and advocated for blocking his return to the United States.

  • Former White House Press Secretary, Jen Psaki, ridiculed Tucker for the interview; calling him "just another far-right conspiracy peddler with a show on the internet." (Another irony, since her show garners approximately 850,000 viewers per show; while, in less than 24 hours, Tucker's interview with Putin, had 141 MILLION views. )

So, why is it so terrible for Tucker to interview Putin? They praised Barbara Walters for her interview.

Megyn Kelly interviewed Putin.

Mike Wallace interviewed Putin.

CNN correspondent, Peter Arnett, even interviewed Osama bin Laden, for Pete's sake.

Are they afraid that hearing Putin's side of the Ukraine story might conflict with their mainstream media echo chamber? Could it be that Tucker is not bought and paid for?

I don't know the answer, but I do know that there's an old WWII Army Air Force saying that goes something like, "If you're taking flak, you're over the target."

And did you know that Ukraine has put Tucker Carlson on a kill list for doing the interview? Yep. He's on the list now, along with other independent journalists and Elon Musk (who even donated his Starlink internet service to Ukraine).

Now, why on earth would we be giving billions of dollars to a corrupt country who puts United States citizens on a hit list?

I also found it interesting to listen to what actual Russian citizens thought (before the interview) of the prospect of Tucker interviewing their President:

The video above relates to a personal experience. My wife goes to a hairstylist who emigrated to the U.S. from Russia. In casual conversation over a number of visits, the stylist has said that the Russian people, in general, like Vladimir Putin. She said that he has done many positive things for their country, and that he is certainly better than anyone they've had before. She did NOT say he was a horrible dictator and genocidal maniac, which is what our media and elites would have us believe.

I'm certainly not saying that Russia is perfect, nor am I shilling for Putin. I don't know if what he said in the interview was true, or if it was all propaganda.

But here's what struck me.

With the thought of my wife's Russian hairstylist in mind and those Russian citizens talking openly about the interview, I felt that Putin spoke to everyone listening as though we all had brains and could think. He spoke with intelligence, decorum and with an amazing sense of history.

Compare that to our own politicians; who come across as unhinged and, sometimes, plain stupid. They lie to our faces, gaslight and insult us. Our political class has become an embarrassing clown show.

Speaking of living under a dictatorship...our American liberties are being destroyed continuously. We have no freedom of speech. You can be punished for saying there are only two genders. Political opponents (e.g., J6-ers) are jailed for years without bail and are still awaiting trial. Political enemies are brought up on "trump"ed-up charges. Practicing your religion can land you in jail if you pray in front of an abortion clinic. You can have your minor children taken away by the government if you refuse to allow them to have puberty blockers and undergo genital mutilation.

In the latest affront to our freedoms, it's been revealed that the government is tracking citizens' financial transactions, looking for key words like "MAGA" or "Trump." And, if you shopped at Cabela's, Bass Pro Shops, or bought a religious text,.. um, say like,.. a Bible, you could now be on a domestic terrorist watchlist.

So, maybe--just maybe--Tucker's interview with Putin can literally save the world. Not because of what Putin said; but because the global population can finally hear, in an uncensored fashion, something other than the lies that we are being fed by the global elitists and warmongers.

Here's what another American thought of the interview:

(Please excuse the language and f-bombs.)

To end things on a bit of a lighter note, I saw this meme and just had to pass it along:

The storm is upon us, Patriots. Stay strong. Things are about to get REALLY interesting.


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Lori Bundy
Lori Bundy
Feb 10

Very good Dale. Thanks you.

Dale Hanks
Dale Hanks
Feb 11
Replying to

Thanks, Lori.


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