Tucker Carlson recently appeared on Piers Morgan’s show. In the interview, he discussed his new show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and his nativist tilt. He also talked about his plight as a white South African and the influx of illegal immigrants to the United States.
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Piers Morgan is set to make his first major appearance on the national stage since his debacle on Good Morning Britain last month. His Fox Nation interview will be his first extensive on-camera appearance in nearly two months.
He’ll be tackling the current state of the media, the way people are treated by them, and the state of the British royal family. The show will be produced by News UK’s London Bridge studios. It’s also rumored that Rupert Murdoch will be behind it.
h journalist and television host.Sun, a tabloid owned by Rupert Murdoch. Later, he branched out to work for the Daily Mail, the Mail on Sunday, and the New York Post. In 2020, he wrote a book called Wake Up.
Morgan was a guest on Tucker Carlson’s new video podcast, Today. During the interview, he discussed the comments made by Meghan Markle on the Oprah Winfrey show. He questioned whether Markle was honest when she told the TV talk show host that she had suffered racism at Buckingham Palace.
His nativist tilt
Carlson has become the loudest voice in the nativist wing of the Republican Party. He has been pushing white nationalist talking points and promoting right-wing populism abroad.
Carlson’s nativist tilt began in earnest when President Trump ran for president. As his campaign gained steam, Fox broadcasts regularly parroted the White House message. When the president was elected, Tucker Carlson doubled down on the nativist theme.
He promoted the idea of the “Great Replacement,” a racist conspiracy theory that holds that Western elites are replacing Americans with third world immigrants to disempower the natives. His segment on the story was lauded by neo-Nazis and alt-right figures.
Carlson has also tapped into the concerns of his viewers, particularly those who are worried about the threat of immigrants to their communities. On January 6, he publicly defended insurrectionists who stormed the Capitol.
He has warned against tech companies and Black Lives Matter protesters, as well as diseased migrants from south of the border. And he has inveighed against Macy’s line of hijab apparel.
His plight of white south africans
Tucker Carlson’s plight of white South African farmers has dominated the airwaves in recent months. The Fox News anchor claimed that white South African farmers are victims of a “genocidal plot,” and that the Western media is cheering them on. He claimed that government officials in the country are illegally seizing land from white farmers.
White supremacists have been peddling the propaganda campaign for years, but now the story is making its way into mainstream consciousness. For instance, President Donald Trump tweeted about the issue, citing a Fox News article claiming that the country was taking “white” land.
Trump’s tweet was a clear reference to a segment on Tucker Carlson’s show last month. According to CNN, the tweet was prompted by the host’s comments about “large-scale killing” of South African farmers.
White supremacists are pushing the message that South Africa is waging a “white genocide” by targeting and killing white farmers. It’s a sweeping statement encompassing virtually every segment of the white supremacist movement.
His new show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight”
Tucker Carlson, Fox News host and co-founder of The Daily Caller, is one of the most influential pundits in America. His show, Tucker Carlson Tonight, is a popular cable news program that targets a predominantly white and conservative audience.
Tucker Carlson Tonight focuses on current events, political commentary and interviews with guests. In the past, the show has frequently used its megaphone to weaponize cultural issues and attack Republicans. But in recent episodes, the program has become darker.
The premise of Tucker Carlson Tonight is an extension of a long-held belief of white nationalists: that the Jewish elite control the U.S. government, and that people of color are oppressed. It’s a conspiracy theory that has been cited by mass shooters and white supremacists.
Since the program’s inception, the show has consistently framed news events to fit a conservative worldview. Tucker Carlson has made fabricated claims, cherry-picked facts, and used incendiary footage. He has also pushed an ideology that supports authoritarian leaders.