Tucker Carlson Warns Of Possible Trump Assassination

Former Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson issued a dire warning recently on the Adam Carolla podcast. The journalist declared his belief that former President Donald Trump could be the target of an assassination attempt.

Carlson’s popularity has only grown since his notorious ouster from the network. He noted that the former president has endured orchestrated campaigns of criticism, protests, impeachments and now four indictments.

So, what is the next logical step?

For Carlson, there was only one answer. ‘We’re speeding toward assassination, obviously.” He explained that “permanent Washington, both parties, have decided that there’s something about Trump” they deem “so threatening” that he must be stopped at all costs.

Carlson said it would be difficult to overstate the dire circumstances. While he admitted he did not know where it was leading, “there’s a collision that’s clearly imminent.”

The conservative commentator told Carolla that the left will do anything to win and keep Trump out of the White House in 2024. And while many believe radicals are banking on another COVID scare to manipulate the election, Carlson doesn’t think so.

He explained that “whoever on the right is afraid they’re going to do COVID and mask mandates, they’re not going to do that. They can’t do that. They’ve already been exposed. That won’t work.”

So, what will Democrats roll out to swing the election? According to Carlson, it will be a hot war with Russia.

He said, “There will be a hot war between the United States and Russia in the next year. They need to declare war footing in order to assume war powers in order to win.”

Carlson warned that the American people should be worried about open war with Moscow. He noted that the U.S. is already funding Russia’s enemies, which by most definitions means the nation is currently fighting the Kremlin.

But what he clearly predicted was “an open battle with Russia, where we say we’re at war with Russia.”

Carlson referenced the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident that drew the U.S. into direct military conflict with North Vietnam. “Missiles land in Poland, the Russians did it. Our NATO ally’s been attacked. We’re going to war.”