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Fox News host Tucker Carlson slams ‘hysterical little Lindsey Graham’ for acting out ‘war fantasies’ and accuses US lawmakers of intentionally seeking war with Russia


On Monday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson accused U.S. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, from Vice President Kamala Harris to Sen. Lindsey Graham, of intentionally seeking war with Russia.

During Monday night’s episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Carlsons said Harris’s acknowledgment of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s intention to join NATO was tantamount to saying, “Get up, Vladimir Putin, go invade. Ukraine.

“And of course Vladimir Putin did it a few days later. So the invasion was no surprise to the Biden administration. They knew it was going to happen. That was the point of the exercise. We saw all of this happen. We missed it. How? Honestly, because it was crazy, and so very hard to take seriously,” Carlson said.

“Why on earth would the United States intentionally seek war against Russia? How could we benefit from this war? We still don’t know the answer to that question,” Carlson said, adding that Washington was “obsessed by the war with Russia”. Russia for a very long time.”

“As early as 2016, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, hysterical little Lindsey Graham, was jumping around performing her war fantasies in front of foreign soldiers in Ukraine,” Carlson said. “‘Your fight is our fight’ is a very strange thing for the US legislator to say to a foreign military.”

Carlson also alleged that the Biden administration had “forcefully inserted itself” into the midst of a “hot war.”

“This means that the United States is now actively participating in a war. We are at war with Russia. Whether or not this war has been officially declared, whether or not Congress has authorized this war. None of this matters. “Carlson said. .

On Sunday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken appeared on “Meet the Press” and said the United States was not considering setting up a “no-fly zone” over Ukraine, which that would allow US forces to shoot down any aircraft flying in Ukrainian airspace.

“The president … has a responsibility not to plunge us into direct conflict, direct war with Russia, a nuclear power, and risk a war that extends even beyond Ukraine to “to Europe. It’s clearly not our interest. What we’re trying to do is end this war in Ukraine, not start a bigger one,” he said.