WATCH: Tucker Carlson slams Biden and Congress for aiding ‘strip club manager’ Zelensky
Tucker Carlson railed against President Joe Biden and Congress Wednesday after he said the U.S. government appeared to bow to all the demands of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
“The president of Ukraine arrived at the White House dressed like the manager of a strip club and started to demand money,” Carlson said. “Amazingly, no one threw him out. Instead, they did whatever he wanted. American taxpayers declared Joe Biden would continue to give Zelensky whatever he demands for ‘as long as it takes.'”
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That promise comes without specifics, the pundit said.
No one appears to know what Zelensky will demand or how long it will take, he said.
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“Zelensky is demanding regime change in Russia, just like in Iraq and Libya and a long list of other failed states, except this time in the heart of the Eurasian landmass next door to the entire civilized world,” according to Carlson.
“That’s what Zelensky has called for repeatedly, and every dollar we send to him goes toward that end.”
Carlson also questioned what would happen if Zelensky won and achieved his goal of ousting Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“Who is going to secure the world’s largest nuclear arsenal once we help Zelensky topple the Russian government? Who replaces Putin?” he asked.
Neither of those topics was discussed by Biden or congressional leadership during their meetings with Zelensky, Carlson said.
“The point of today’s visit to Washington was not to make the world more stable or make wise decisions, much less to help America, that’s always at the bottom of the list,” he said. “The point was to fawn over the Ukrainian strip club manager and hand him billions of more dollars from our own crumbling economy.”
From an outside perspective, the situation looks “humiliating” for the United States, according to Carlson.
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However, the blame does not rest solely on Biden and the Democrats, he said.
“This was bipartisan masochism,” Carlson said. “The uniparty is alive and well despite the best efforts of voters.”