Tucker Carlson ripped John Bolton for his warmongering ways in one of his latest segments.
In a piece of tape that he recently uncovered, Carlson showed Bolton’s well-established plans of bringing regime change to Iran.
Filmed long before the Iranians shot down a drone, Bolton was explicit in his calls for intervention.
In the video, Bolton declared, “I have said for over ten years since coming to these events that the declared policy of the United States of America should be the overthrow of the mullah’s regime in Tehran.”
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Then he concluded in his speech that “before 2019 we here will celebrate in Tehran.”
Tucker instantly picked up on the fact that Bolton has had these plans for regime change all along. He laid into Bolton in his segment:
John Bolton is that kind of bureaucratic tapeworm. Try as you might, you can’t expel him. He seems to live forever in the bowels of the Federal agencies, periodically reemerging to cause pain and suffering, but critically, somehow never suffering himself.
The conservative TV host ended his smackdown of Bolton by proclaiming that war “maybe disaster for America, but for John Bolton and his fellow neocons, it is always good business.”
Arguably the largest voice for non-interventionism in the mainstream media, Tucker Carlson has held President Donald Trump accountable throughout his presidency. Even the Daily Beast recognizes Tucker’s influence over the president.
As tensions mount in the Middle East, the temptation to go to war will remain high. Watchdogs like Tucker will likely continue play a major role in keeping President Trump faithful to his America First vision.
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