So, Tucker Carlson is upset that his show is referred to as the ‘Organ of Russian Disinformation’, Really? Tucker is only about ratings and nothing more. Sure he can get professionals and even retired military experts to come on his show. Just like CNN, the experts are paid to do what they do and that is back up whatever the host is reporting on whether it is the truth or not.
After weeks of allegedly defending Vladimir Putin and showing clips of his show on Russian state media, Tucker Carlson is outraged at what has been described as a promoter of Russian disinformation.
The Russian government is ordering the media to use more footage of Fox News host Tucker Carlson criticizing the United States and defending Russia’s war against Ukraine, a new report says. Tucker Carlson is again using his Tony spot at the top of Fox News’ prime-time chart to promote some conspiracy theories about Russia’s war with Ukraine.
A memo, leaked March 3 from Russia’s Information and Telecommunications Support Department, called on pro-government media outlets to use excerpts from Tucker Carlson’s Fox News prime-time show. According to Mother Jones, Russia has instructed its media outlets to show clips of Carlson “as much as possible” because of his critical views of US politics.
Links to documents from Fox News host Tucker Carlson are included in a section titled “Winning the Information War,” which asks Russian journalists to contribute comprehensive coverage of the Russian government, along with negative coverage of Ukraine.
In the early days of Russia’s bombardment of Ukrainian cities, Misha Katsurin, a restaurateur who lives near Kyiv in the western part of the country, was having trouble getting through to his 58-year-old father in Russia.
The phone line worked fine, but the connection between father and son was suffering a major disconnect.
“When I called him to tell him what’s going on in my family, and in my city, he starts arguing with me and he told me that, ‘No, everything is not like you are talking about,’” Katsurin said in an interview with CNN.
Like many older Russians, Katsurin’s father doesn’t use the internet and gets most of his news from state TV, and he was quick to argue with his son based on the Kremlin version of the war.
More recently, Tucker Carlson has been more vocal about Russian disinformation, and he did so when a new set of topics for discussion in the Kremlin once again prompted Russian reporters to quote the Fox Fox host. In this case, the Kremlin used more disinformation than Tucker Carlson to spread disinformation in Moscow.
According to a new report, the Russian government is instructing media outlets to use more clips of Fox News host Tucker Carlson criticizing the United States and defending Russia for its war against Ukraine.
Progressive outlet Mother Jones obtained a document called “For Media and Commentators,” which was reportedly part of several memos from Russia’s Department of Information and Telecommunications Support. The memos were provided by “a contributor to a national Russian media outlet who asked not to be identified.”
“It is essential to use as much as possible fragments of broadcasts of the popular Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who sharply criticizes the actions of the United States [and] Nato, their negative role in unleashing the conflict in Ukraine, [and] the defiantly provocative behavior from the leadership of the eastern countries and Nato towards the Russian Federation and towards President Putin, personally,” the memo says, according to a translation by Mother Jones. ‘Reporting by mediaite.com’
Russian state media also broadcast Carlson’s conversation with retired Colonel Douglas McGregor, who predicted that Russia would “destroy” Ukrainian troops if they didn’t surrender. Indeed, on Tuesday, Maryland Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen accused Carlson of spreading misinformation about the lab.
Carlson said in a March 9 broadcast that American and Western media have tried to deny the existence of the labs. However, fact-checkers note that the U.S. government has previously said that Ukrainian biological weapons labs are looking for possible outbreaks, not biological weapons, as Russian sources have long claimed.
In fact, the U.S. government has said that Russia’s claim that the U.S. possesses biological weapons in Ukraine could be a front for Russia to launch its own biological attack, thereby blaming the attack on the United States or Ukraine.
Anyway, back to Tucker Carlson, who spent a lot of time on Tucker Carlson’s show talking about the possibility of U.S. involvement in Ukraine’s illegal biological weapons research. Even before it passed, Russia had told anyone describing the conflict, which Putin called a “special military operation,” with words like “war,” “invasion,” or “attack,” “you could be swayed by fake news. be judged.
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