Independent reporter Tucker Carlson has issued a call to action for freedom-loving people everywhere amid mounting attacks against free speech.
Speaking during an event in Utica, Michigan, Carlson called on the public to fight back against censorship by “telling the truth.”
Carlson called out the widespread acceptance of dishonesty in public life.
“What’s true?” he asked the crowd.
“The true things are the things that you can’t say.”
The top-rated new anchor raged at the lack of penalties for public figures who lie or demonstrate incompetence.
He then contrasted this with the societal backlash against those who aim to speak their own truths.
In today’s society, Carlson suggested “the only penalty is for noting what’s true.”
“Every society penalizes something,” he said.
In America, “it’s telling the truth.”
Later in his speech, Carlson points out the pattern of backlash he believes truth-tellers face.
“First they’ll tell you you’re hurting someone’s feelings… then they call you insane… the third thing they do is just criminalize telling the truth,” he explains.
He also raises concerns about the role of major U.S. institutions like the FBI and CIA becoming partisan.
“When federal employees… take an aggressive position on the side of one political party, you can’t have a fair election,” he notes.
Lastly, he touches upon the 2020 U.S. presidential election by arguing that there were potential irregularities and fraud.
He also blasted Big Tech oligarchs’ efforts in censoring the public to silence the truth-sayers.
“If some oligarchs… spent nearly half a billion dollars to control the mechanics of the Bolivian election in 2020, we would say it’s not a legitimate election,” Carlson said.
In response, Carlson is calling on Americans to stand up against the censors.
“Don’t let them,” he urges.
“Don’t be intimidated, your children’s future depends on your bravery.”
Question their lies and they’ll call you a liar. Ignore it and keep going. pic.twitter.com/THURI2ddkN
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) September 22, 2023
The comments from Carlson come amid a coordinated effort from international corporate media outlets to destroy Russell Brand with a targeted smear campaign.
Brand’s video streaming channels have become hugely popular for his political commentary and have gathered millions of subscribers.
On his shows, the British comedian regularly speaks truth to power, exposes media propaganda, and raises questions regarding the official narratives on subjects such as the pandemic and elections.
Several media outlets launched an offensive against Brand by publishing claims of sexual assault from multiple anonymous accusers without any evidence.
A simultaneous effort has sought to ruin Brand’s career in response by cutting off the advertising revenue from his popular streaming channels.
Despite the allegations, Brand has not been charged with any crime, let alone convicted of one.
He is, however, guilty of calling out Democrats and the corporate media.