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Tucker Carlson unexpectedly broke major news just moments ago when he revealed he took ZERO experimental Covid gene therapy shots. Tucker is currently grilling GOP presidential candidates at the Family Leadership Conference in Iowa.

Tucker asked former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson how many experimental Covid gene therapy shots he has taken and how he feels about it in retrospect. The clearly uncomfortable Arkansas politician shot back, “How many did you take?” Tucker responded with one simple word: “ZERO.” The entire Iowa crowd cheered at Tucker’s revelation.

This is interesting, because while at Fox News, Tucker was extremely tight-lipped about whether he had taken any vaccines, probably due to corporate policy. If you’ll recall, Fox News had a notoriously invasive Covid policy that forced employees to disclose their vaccine status and required employees to either take the vaccine or submit to an invasive testing and masking regime.


The entire spectacle is live and can be watched here:

Earlier, Tucker grilled Tim Scott who was apparently baffled by the notion that the United States might have leverage over the lowly nation of the Ukraine.

Tucker’s trademark style was making GOP politicians squirm.

More highlights:

In other news, Tucker is launching a new business venture that is very intriguing…


Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson and former White House adviser Neil Patel are seeking to raise funds to start a new media company that would potentially use Twitter as its backbone, according to people familiar with the matter.

The new company would be anchored by longer versions of the free videos that Carlson has been posting regularly on Twitter since shortly after his departure from Fox News, but would ultimately be driven by subscriptions, some of the people said.

Carlson and Patel are looking to raise hundreds of millions of dollars to fund the company, the people said.

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