In what appears as the most important post-election monologue ever, Fox News Tucker Carlson pulls back after days of rankling conservatives in successive criticisms on Sidney Powell. Powell currently pursues allegations of electronic vote fraud on a grand scale.
However, the top-rated news anchor remains one of the most poignant political hosts on television with a show worthy of watching.
Carlson now seems to make amends due to the new analysis on the now documented voter fraud allegations with massive evidence from Trump’s legal team.
In his show, Carlson called the 2020 election “rigged” in favoring Joe Biden, with irregularities being made in plain sight.
The cable news figure opened his monologue on Monday and began to argue that the left-wing party orchestrated an expansive scheme in turning the race in their favor. Carlson claimed the electronic voting is not reliable and called for a traditional manual vote count.
Carlson’s latest show came after a week after he challenged Sidney Powell to provide evidence on election fraud allegations using the electronic machines. He also aired a few hours after the General Services Administration authorized the start of the Biden team’s transition.
“You’ve heard a lot over the past few days about the security of our electronic voting machines. And this is a real issue, no matter who raises it or who tries to dismiss it out of hand as a conspiracy theory,” said Carlson.
The host said that electronic voting isn’t as secure as performing the vote count manually.
“It never will be as secure. Voters can see this because it’s obvious, and it makes them nervous,” he continued.
Carlson then blamed the leaders for sowing doubt against the system and raised that other countries do not use electronic voting “because they know it undermines confidence in democracy.”
The host then urged the viewers to find out what truly happened in the presidential election, even if it would drag for long and no matter the costs.
Carlson recommended reverting immediately into the traditional voting system, which has served the American’s democracy for hundreds of years. What was currently done isn’t working.”