Tucker's mission is simple: to tell the truth about government propaganda and the lying liars that are constantly spewing it through the airwaves and online.
One of Tucker's first orders of business was to address the Kakhovka dam situation in Ukraine, which the Western press is blaming on Vladimir Putin. Tucker shot that idea down quick, explaining how the media paints Putin as "he is evil and evil people do evil things ... even to themselves."
The reason why the media has to say this is that bombing the Kakhovka dam would certainly not be in the best interests of Putin and his special operation seeing as how the resulting flood submerged the roads that Russian troops were using to get the job done.
It is obvious to those who have been paying close attention that the Kakhovka dam incident was either an inside job by Ukraine itself, or the United States and its global war machine did it. Either way, it is obvious that Putin did not do it to spite himself.
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The reason why it is absolutely, positively not the case that Putin blew up the Kakhovka dam himself is also because the USSR built the thing back in the 1950s, not to mention the fact that it currently sits on the front lines of the war in Ukraine.
"It is nearly 100 feet tall and over 10,000 feet wide," reports explain.
"The dam was constructed as a hydroelectric power plant and created the Kakhovka Reservoir, which is over 2,000 sq km. Europe's largest nuclear power plant – the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) and the Crimean Peninsula receive water from the reservoir."
The destruction of this strategic dam has created a major setback for Russia, having been a core Russian concern all this time. Through the 250-mile-long Northern Crimean Canal, the reservoir behind the dam feeds water to a peninsula that Moscow itself annexed back in 2014.
"Before the invasion of Ukraine, the Kremlin regularly issued demands to Kiev that irrigation systems supplying water to Crimea remain open," reports further explain.
Tucker is in full agreement with this assessment, having stated on the first episode of his new program that one would have to have been "lied to over a period of years" to reach the conclusion that Putin, for some unknown and antithetical reason, bombed it.
Tucker also talked about what he called the "bombshell of the millennium," referring to the government whistleblower who recently came forward to reveal that craft developed by non-human intelligence has been recovered by governments all around the world as part of an 80-year race to reverse engineer materials for geopolitical advantages.
"If you are wondering why our country seems so dysfunctional," Tucker stated," this is a big part of the reason: nobody knows what's happening."
"A small group of people control access to all relevant information and the rest of us ... don't know. We're allowed to yap all we like about something like racism ... but dare to talk about something that really matters and go ahead and see what happens ... you keep it up, they'll make you be quiet – trust us ... that's how they maintain control."
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