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Russian propagandist suggest former Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s life is in danger

 September 5, 2023

A well-known Russian propagandist has hinted at potential risks facing former Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

Vladimir Solovyov has suggested that Carlson could be facing potential danger due to his acknowledged desire to interview Russian President Vladimir Putin, as reported by Yahoo News.

Recent Russian tragedies prompt speculation

Russia is still grappling with the sudden death of Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin and his associates in a tragic plane crash.

Dmitry Peskov, a high-profile Kremlin spokesperson, informed the media that various potential causes of the crash remain under investigation.

This includes the chance that it was an intentional act.

The shifting narrative of Russian propagandists

Interestingly, the same propagandists who once wished for Prigozhin's death due to the challenges he posed to President Vladimir Putin's authority have now altered their stance.

In light of Prigozhin's demise, they are trying to pin the blame on foreign entities for the crash.

Some even speculate that Gen. Sergei Surovikin, known as "General Armageddon" and a former commander of Russia's forces in Ukraine, could be the next target.

Carlson in the limelight

Solovyov, for his part, has now turned his focus towards Tucker Carlson.

In a recent episode of The Evening with Vladimir Solovyov, Carlson's statements were prominently featured.

These clips showcased Carlson's prediction that the U.S. might soon engage in war with Russia, a war he believes the U.S. would likely lose.

Solovyov commented on Carlson's bold claims saying:

Who says that? A dead man walking! He sincerely believes that the next step after the accusations and the declaration of impeachment will be an assassination of Trump. But this man, who is currently the most popular English-speaking journalist, signed his own death warrant!

Reason behind attention on Carlson

According to Solovyov, the primary cause of this danger towards Carlson is his intent to interview Putin and broadcast it on a platform without any censorship.

For a long time, Margarita Simonyan, the head of RT, has been advocating in support of Carlson's wish to interview Putin.

Recently, she renewed this appeal, praising the former Fox News host for his unmatched popularity in the U.S.

Carlson's attempts to interview Putin

On another occasion, Solovyov spoke with Dimitri Simes, ex-president and CEO of The Center for the National Interest.

Simes disclosed his past involvement in aiding Carlson's endeavor to arrange the coveted interview with Putin.

It was even revealed that actor Steven Seagal was lobbying for the same.

Solovyov went on to express grave concerns regarding Carlson's safety as he remarked:

I can’t rule out that in the near future, as he is leaving Europe, there will either be an air crash or something will happen to the car in which he will be traveling, or he might eat something that he shouldn’t, maybe his heart will suddenly stop! If I were in his place, I would tell no one of my travel routes.

The atmosphere in Solovyov's studio was rife with conspiracy theories, further intensified by Carlson's predictions of a looming global conflict.

Echoing these sentiments, Solovyov voiced his belief that the world is on the brink of a massive war, seeing it as beneficial to many and marking it as the beginning of the "end times."


  • Russia is still dealing with the consequences of the unexpected death of Yevgeny Prigozhin and his associates.
  • Propagandists are speculating foreign involvement in recent tragedies.
  • Vladimir Solovyov, a prominent Russian propagandist, suggests that Tucker Carlson might be in danger due to his views and intent to interview Putin.
  • Carlson's predictions about a possible U.S.-Russia conflict further add to the growing concerns.
  • Conspiratorial tones dominate Russian media, indicating potential global tensions.