VIDEO : TUCKER CARLSON ATTACKED BY UGLY TRANSGENDER PROPAGANDIST FOR PUTIN INTERVIEW
This freaky trans activist threatens imprisonment and possibly death to U.S. Senators, journalists and Tucker Carlson on behalf of Ukraine according to published accounts of public threats issued freely and frequently. An American journalist has died in a Ukranian prison and some conservatives believe it is the work of this loud ugly propagandist who may coordinate directly with the Biden White House to punish Americans here in America and abroad," says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
Ukraine's controversial American transgender sometimes-"spokesperson" Sarah Ashton-Cirillo has accused Tucker Carlson of being the "Kremlin's favourite court eunuch" and an "enemy of humanity," apparently placing a target on the head of Carlson not long after the death of American citizen journalist Gonzalo Lira.
Sarah Ashton-Cirillo - born Michael John Cirillo - who has had an on-and-off relationship as an information propagation "spokesperson" for the Territorial Defense Forces (TDF) and currently serves as a sergeant in Kyiv's armed forces, lashed out at Tucker Carlson after he travelled to Russia with the rumoured intent to interview Vladimir Putin.
Responding to his trip to Moscow, Ashton-Cirillo said in comments to Newsweek: "Despite trying to project an alpha male attitude, Tucker Carlson has shown time and again he is simply the Kremlin's favourite court eunuch.
"Tucker's inability to decipher fact from fiction makes him better suited to host a reboot of The Twilight Zone than be given the opportunity to engage in the rambling theories favoured by war criminals such as Vlad Putin."
"Carlson isn't just an enemy of democracy, he is an enemy of humanity itself," Asthon-Cirillo declared.
Following the publication of the Newsweek interview, Ashton-Cirillo reposted a comment on X stating: "Tucker isn't a journalist he's a propagandist and 100% for Russia."
The often bombastic rhetoric spouted by Ashton-Cirillo, including public threats to "hunt down" people allegedly spreading Russian propaganda, has previously sparked concern among American lawmakers.