Carlson: Those Who Blame Russia for Navalny's Death are "Idiots"

Written by Camilla Jessen

Feb.21 - 2024 11:47 AM CET

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Tucker Carlson dismisses claims of Russia's involvement in Alexei Navalny's death as foolish.

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American journalist Tucker Carlson has a strong opinion about those who think Russia played a role in Alexei Navalny's death, calling them "idiots."

He expressed skepticism about their knowledge and critiqued their understanding of global politics, especially in relation to Ukraine and Russia's capabilities.

"They are idiots. They don't really know anything. These are the same people who told us that Ukraine would win. In fact, Russia has 100 million more people and Russia has a much stronger industrial potential. This is just crazy. No one outside the United States would think that for a second," Carlson stated during his interview with Blaze.

Despite the controversy surrounding Navalny's death, Carlson admitted that he doesn't pay much attention to Navalny himself, emphasizing that his main concern lies with the events in his own country.

The news of Navalny's death was officially released by the FSIN department for the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug on February 16, detailing that Navalny felt unwell and lost consciousness after a walk in the colony.

The Kremlin, through Dmitry Peskov's statements, has labeled Western reactions to Navalny's death as rabid and absolutely unacceptable.

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