Newsmax host Eric Bolling has gone after former Fox News colleague Tucker Carlson over his remarks on the conflict in Ukraine, claiming that the prime-time host is an “ally” to the Russian cause.
“A couple weeks ago, we talked about some voices out there, voice of those who we believe are taking the wrong tack when it comes to talking about that war in Ukraine,” he opened the “Eric Bolling The Balance” segment, going on to note that he is “anti-war” and firmly believes in “securing American interests first.” This is a common refrain among conservatives and is deeply unpopular with those among the globalist cohort.
“But right now it’s clearer than ever that the atrocities we are witnessing day in and day out around this show and everywhere, the blatant, horrifying war crimes committed by Russians committed against Ukrainian civilians made it clear that, yes, in fact, this war is more black and white now, than ever,” Bolling explained. “And what’s worse, we are now seeing those war crimes being rewarded by a madman with the highest honor in the Russian military.”
“Make no mistake, Russia is on the wrong side of history,” Bolling declared as he continued. “And what’s more, if we say anything otherwise, then we are on the wrong side of history too.”
“So right now, my compadre [Carlson] continues to push falsehoods that Putin and his propagandists are exploiting to show that, yes, some Americans do indeed side with Russia in this war,” he said, throwing up a clip of one such video, which featured a segment between Carlson and Tulsi Gabbard, captioned with Russian writing.
“Yes, Tucker, as you say, [Russian President Vladimir] Putin did not invade our own border, but Putin did invade a sovereign state, spouting his historical lies,” Bolling mentioned, asking, “Why can’t we secure our own borders, but also support Ukraine?”
Bolling made sure to mention that the threat of Russian action doesn’t just stop at Ukraine, but explained that Putin is threatening the United States as well as its NATO allies, which translates to a direct threat to our sovereignty and national security.
Wrapping up, he solemnly declared that he believes Carlson has gone too far this time and needs to reel it in.
“Last night, Tucker, you said, our leaders always go too far, and I agree. But now I fear you’ve gone too far, too.”
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