By R. Cort Kirkwood (The New American)
Tucker Carlson has spoken publicly for the first time since his departure from Fox News. He didn’t say anything about the remarkable move by the network — but he did say what most Americans intuitively know about modern political debate: Much if not most of it is pointless.
That somewhat reprises the message in the speech he delivered at the Heritage Foundation’s 50th Anniversary gala last week. That was the speech that, according to Vanity Fair, inspired Fox chieftain Rupert Murdoch to fire Carlson.
Wednesday’s message was brief: 2 minutes, 16 seconds. Carlson suggested that he has decided that working within the confines of the leftist Mainstream Media is a waste of time, that he has moved to the hard right, and that he plans a new venture of his own.
Again, that’s consistent with his speech before the tuxedoed elites at the Heritage party.
Carlson is red-pilled.