Last Updated on February 9, 2024
While in Moscow for his historic interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, journalist Tucker Carlson met with American whistleblowers Edward Snowden and Tara Reade, who’ve been forced to flee the United States and seek asylum in Russia after they told the truth about America’s federal government, specifically Barack Obama and Joe Biden.
Semafor has reported that “Tucker Carlson has kept a busy agenda in Moscow, meeting with two key American figures living in exile there” while in town for his interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which lasted just over two hours and is available in its entirety online.
“The former Fox News host met for hours Thursday with the NSA leaker Edward Snowden,” the report revealed, adding that while the Snowden interview was not taped for Carlson’s news program, “he did tape an interview with [Biden accuser] Tara Reade.”
Snowden, who blew the whistle on the Obama NSA’s systematic snooping on the text messages, emails, and digital activities of the American People, has been living in exile in Moscow since May of 2013, when he was forced the flee the United States and initially take up residence in Moscow’s airport, to avoid being thrown in prison or worse because he revealed the truth about an oppressive federal regime.
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And Tara Reade, whose interview with Carlson will reportedly be released to the public, announced last year that she’d moved to Russia, decades after the U.S. government and law enforcement did absolutely nothing to help her after she reported a sexual assault at the hands of Joe Biden, for whom she worked as a Senate staffer in the early 1990s.
After Reade made her initial accusation against Biden which, unlike so many “#MeToo” claims, came at the time of the alleged assault, not years later, she became a target of the political class and had her life deliberately torn apart.
Learn More About Tucker Carlson’s Trip to Moscow in the Video Below:
Why I'm interviewing Vladimir Putin. pic.twitter.com/hqvXUZqvHX
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) February 6, 2024