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10 Feb, 2024 06:27

Tucker Carlson interviews Vladimir Putin


It could be the interview of the century, and the century has barely begun. In less than 24 hours, American journalist Tucker Carlson’s interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin became one of the most watched and most in-demand sit-downs with a head of state in decades, taking X and YouTube by storm and even causing Carlson’s own website, where the interview was hosted, to face attacks by hackers. The mainstream media has been in a froth. So why are corporate journalists, Western governments, and all of their ilk so dead set against Vladimir Putin having a platform to share his, and his nation’s, views on the conflict in Ukraine? And could this groundbreaking, two-hour tour de force of an interview set up X and Tucker Carlson as the new beacons of free speech in a Western world facing decay culturally, socially, and politically, as well as be a game changer in how Western governments now approach negotiations with Russia if Western publics start to ask questions based on what they saw? In this episode of Direct Impact, Rick Sanchez analyzes President Putin’s interesting breakdown of Russian history and is joined by host at Radio Sputnik, Garland Nixon, to assess it all. You don’t want to miss it!