One former Republican told CNN something terrible about Tucker Carlson

CNN’s ratings are tanking without Donald Trump.

Now CNN is running segment after segment attacking Tucker Carlson in hopes of elevating him to the position of the new Donald Trump.

And this former Republican told CNN something terrible about Tucker Carlson.

Joe Walsh was elected to Congress in 2010 in the Tea Party wave.

At the time, Walsh was one of the most outspoken conservatives in the House of Representatives.

But since losing re-election in 2012, Walsh has now drifted to the Left and is an avowed Never-Trumper hoping to cash in on the grift where former conservatives trash Donald Trump in exchange for media contracts.

In the wake of the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict, Walsh played his role to perfection.

In an interview on CNN’s New Day, Walsh heaped praise upon the violent Black Lives Matter movement.

“If you would have told me eight years ago when I was in congress that Black Lives Matter, I probably would have reflexively fired back at you, ‘no, John, all lives matter,’” Walsh added. “But I’ve learned. I’ve opened my eyes. I was mistaken. I listened to Black Americans, and I understand why it’s important to say Black Lives Matter.” 

Walsh – who was one of the loudest voices promoting the conspiracy theory that Barack Obama was born in Kenya – trashed Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson for questioning if the Chauvin jury felt intimidated by threats of Black Lives Matter riots led to the guilty verdict.

“They’re in this sea of disinformation and conspiracy that doesn’t allow them to” say the term. He went on to explain how “people like Hannity and Tucker Carlson [are] riling them up every day,” Walsh continued.

Walsh – who once wrote that if Trump lost the 2016 election it was time to take up arms – claimed that Carlson and Hannity just said they were just feeding their audience whatever they thought would keep them angry because an angry audience is an audience that won’t stop watching Fox News.

“It’s all about pissing off your audience, and that’s what Tucker and Hannity and all the rest of them do,” Walsh concluded. “It’s a real problem for the country,” Walsh concluded.

Project Veritas’ videos from CNN technical director Charlie Chester revealed Chester explaining how CNN only puts voices on the air that are easy to control and that they know what they are going to say.

The irony is that it’s Walsh who is feeding the CNN audience hot takes about Fox News and its hosts to keep them angry so they keep watching.

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.