Tucker Carlson: The moment I changed | Will Cain Podcast

I don’t usually post an hour-long video, particularly one like this – a talking head interview. This one is an exception, and I think you will think it is as interesting as I do. Tucker and Will Cain talk about who they are, what they believe, and why.


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5 Responses to Tucker Carlson: The moment I changed | Will Cain Podcast

  1. ernnburn says:

    Thank you, Stella. Excellent interview. Very enlightening and worth your time.


  2. weather257 says:

    Encouraging to see these articulate and widely-seen guys share their revelations; however, I’d love to see them take their understanding of the ‘buffoons’ in DC to a new level and recognize that none of this is an accident of bad leadership. There is an Agenda*, and we are experiencing its success.
    It is correct that individual Americans should be free to live and choose, but that was why our founding fathers sweated over a Constitution to insure this. We are not a democracy – we’re a republic composed of individual states, each with their own government. The federal government was created as a central depository of our funds to maintain:
    A military to defend our country from future ‘Red Coats,’ and
    Infrastructure that transcended all states (highways)
    That’s really it. All subsequent ABC departments and policies were inserted by bullies who basically want to destroy the USA and create an oligarchy.

    *I hope this link comes up for everyone – it’s a real & horrifying Agenda:

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  3. auscitizenmom says:

    Thanks Stella.


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