Tucker Carlson for June 11, 2021: Expert on mRNA injections, kids, and more

Thank you MarcusZ1967

At last, Tucker goes after Alphabet/Google/Youtube for their stunning agenda driven censorship which while public opinion and even official narratives shift, Google ALWAYS censors for one agenda.

This is a very important episode.

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4 Replies to “Tucker Carlson for June 11, 2021: Expert on mRNA injections, kids, and more”

  1. Journey through Covid with a US Senator and Frontline Physician
    by Dr.Lee4America – June 7, 2021 – Podcast
    Senator Ron Johnson, along with DrLee4America, MD, connect the dots from the early days of the pandemic and lockdown, raising many questions along the way. What lessons were learned? What insights were gained about ways to avoid the massive “collateral” damage of lockdowns and failure to treat people early at home when the illness was less severe?

    Related: “The Mutiny of Medicine Is Almost Complete”
    by Dr. Steve LaTulippe – June 11, 2021

  2. Tucker Carlson, without a doubt, is the best show on TV. Within 40 minutes, he expertly covered all the main issues plaguing our society nowadays. The man is a hero in terms of broadcasting.

  3. US house prices are being pushed up by pension funds that are outbidding middle class families and purchasing up to 24% of houses in some areas they then rent out

    John Burns Real Estate Consulting has said pensions and private-equity firms are competing with young homebuyers
    The firm estimates that the new trend will make purchasing a home permanently more expensive
    The outlet highlighted that investors, rather than young Americans, are benefitting most during an era of the cheapest mortgage financing ever
    Rather than letting young homebuyers have a chance at the homes, investors are snatching up the properties and reselling or renting them at a premium
    The pensions and investment firms are inflating home prices and rental prices at alarming rates
    The consulting firm noted that home prices rose 11% in 2020 even as the COVID-19 pandemic raged
    Home prices will rise another 12% this year and another 6% in 2022, the company estimated


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