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'America's medical establishment has beclowned itself': Tucker Carlson drops new episode on Twitter
Screenshot taken from video on the @TuckerCarlson Twitter account

'America's medical establishment has beclowned itself': Tucker Carlson drops new episode on Twitter

During a new episode of his show, Tucker Carlson declared that the nation's "medical establishment has beclowned itself for all time."

"Ep. 6 Bobby Kennedy is winning," the tweet containing Carlson's new episode reads.

Carlson opened the program by claiming that there has never been a presidential candidate the media loathed more than Democrat Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Carlson said that "Trump got a gentle scalp massage by comparison when he announced."

Carlson described an imaginary scenario in which an airplane cabin is filling with smoke but nobody is talking about it. When someone mentions the smoke to a flight attendant, she replies, "Shut up racist!" adding, "That's a dangerous Russian conspiracy theory. Stop spreading misinformation or I'll call TSA and have you arrested when we land."

After laying out that scenario, Carlson suggested that it serves as a parallel to modern American society. He said that while people can sense that there is "something very bad going on," leaders will not acknowledge it and insist that nothing is amiss.

Kennedy will not stop asking questions, Carlson said, claiming that because of this, the Democratic figure is hated.

Carlson claimed that while Kennedy's views on vaccines may be correct, partially correct, or completely incorrect, it is certain the country's "medical establishment has beclowned itself for all time. Its official positions on vaccines, psychiatric drugs, puberty blockers, reassignment surgeries ... have no connection whatsoever to legitimate science. It's all effectively witchcraft," Carlson declared.

The tweet containing Carlson's video has amassed more than 2 million views so far.

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Alex Nitzberg

Alex Nitzberg

Alex Nitzberg is a staff writer for Blaze News.
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