Trending On X: Did the CIA Attempt to Assassinate Tucker Carlson? – General Flynn Former Head of the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA)

Trending On X: Did the CIA Attempt to Assassinate Tucker Carlson? – General Flynn Former Head of the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA)
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General Mike Flynn posted a message on X, formerly Twitter, that’s raising some eyebrows. It has to do with an alleged accusation that Tucker Carlson saw an assassination attempt and that Ukrainian intelligence was behind it all. Check out more reports about this below.

Tucker Carlson’s alleged assassination attempt debated on X

Here is the tweet that Flynn posted on X:

“If you believe the CIA was behind this Ukrainian intelligence planned assassination attempt of TuckerCarlson give me a thumbs up.”

He continued and stated the following:

“I wouldn’t put anything past those running these intelligence agencies, things have gone that wrong with all of them.

God help us. There must be severe reforms of these organizations and some of those leading them in the past and now must be held to account for their actions. There can be no more of this utter nonsense.”

Here’s the supposed person that was allegedly hired to kill Carlson:


UK’s Jim Ferguson commented on the matter and posted the following message:

More people on X believe that this is not even too far-fetched, and since it seems that they probably had a hand in assassinating an American president, taking Tucker out doesn’t seem like a stretch.

A follower said that the CIA was behind the 2014 coup in Ukraine, and they set up 12 spy bases along the border with Russia and engaged in a shadow war with Russia. It would be like Mexico allowing spy bases along the American border, and this is prior to the Russian invasion.

The CIA ran Ukrainian intelligence from these centers, and they would know if the Tucker assassination attempt was real or AI, and if it is AI, we have the first known example of its kind.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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