As I reported at Armageddon Prose a few months back, Tucker Carlson shortly before he was taken off the air at Fox, coincidentally or not -- crossed the 9/11 Rubicon, speculating in public about whether or not the government's official story about 9/11 was bullshit (spoiler: it was).
If you say, like, What actually happened with building 7? Like that is weird, right? It doesntlike, what is that? If you were to say something like that on television, theyd flip out. They would flip out. So youd, like, lose your job over that."
9/11 "conspiracy theories" have long been considered a third rail in American politics off-limits to respectable candidates and pundits. Anyone considered a "serious" candidate wouldn't touch 9/11 truth with a ten-foot pole.
But we're in a different time now. The nearly limitless, unfathomable lies and abuses perpetrated by the corporate state over the past few years in the name of Public Health have finally managed to awaken enough of the voting public to make indulging in "conspiracy theorizing" non-disqualifiable.
So it is that 2024 Vivek Ramaswamy in second behind Trump in the primary race by some estimates has followed Tucker Carlson where few politicians of his profile have dared tread on, appropriately, Carlson's X/Twitter show: