Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked a critical question that every taxpaying American voter should be demanding answers to.
On Thursday evening, leading independent news anchor Tucker Carlson dropped his highly anticipated interview with Russia’s longtime leader.
During the over two-hour-long interview, Putin spoke about several geopolitical issues but the main topic of conversation was related to his nation’s invasion of Ukraine.
After Putin gave a long explanation of Russia and Ukraine’s history at the beginning of the interview, they also talked about imprisoned WSJ reporter Evan Gershovich, NATO, Bill Clinton, and much more.
At one point during the interview, Putin raised the issue of Democrat President Joe Biden’s policy to keep America’s border with Mexico wide open.
Putin appeared perplexed at the U.S. government’s interest in foreign conflicts while ignoring multiple domestic issues.
Putin asked Carlson why America was fighting for Ukraine’s territory, and spending billions in taxpayer money doing so, while also refusing to defend the United States’ border.
Putin said to Carlson:
“Do the United States need this? What for?
“Thousands of miles away from your national territory.
“You have issues on the border, issues with migration, issues with the national debt, more than 33 trillion dollars…
“You have nothing better to do so you should fight in Ukraine?
“Wouldn’t it be better to negotiate with Russia?
“Make an agreement,” Putin suggested.
“Realizing that Russia will fight for its interest to the end.
“Return to common sense and look for solutions.”
In the run-up to the release of the interview, Democrats and the corporate media have been desperately trying to smear and delegitimize Carlson.
Without even seeing the interview, twice-failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claimed that Carlson is “like Vladimir Putin’s puppy dog.”
As Slay News reported, Clinton also claimed that Carlson is a “useful idiot” to Putin.
She continued by suggesting that Carlson is helping Putin spread propaganda and said he should work for Russia’s state-controlled media.