Tucker To Corolla: Obama Smoked Crack, Had Gay Lovers

Tucker Carlson, who became a free agent after his departure from Fox News four months ago, recently sat down for an explosive interview with Adam Carolla. The conversation touched on various topics, including a media cover-up of allegations that Barack Obama had gay lovers and smoked crack cocaine before winning the presidency, Carlson’s fears about the fate of former President Donald Trump and his grim prediction concerning U.S.-Russia relations.

Carlson’s remarks offer a candid look into the media’s control over talent and illuminate the potential political maneuvers of the Biden administration.

Carlson made the shocking allegation that former President Barack Obama had smoked crack cocaine and had intimate gay relationships with men before his first election in 2008. Carlson said that although the information was reliable and well-known, the corporate media ultimately refused to report on the matter.

According to Carlson, the Obama campaign sent the word out to every media outlet that if they covered the story, they would be denied access to Obama during the campaign and after that. He credited threats for suppressing the truth, not a general reluctance to report on salacious and damaging facts.

Carlson referred to an informant named Larry Sinclair when he asserted: “In 2008, it became really clear” that Barack Obama had been having relations with men and “smoking crack.” Carlson stated that Sinclair signed an affidavit and took a lie detector examination regarding his claims, which Carlson believes are “obviously true.”

Sinclair, convicted of felonies in several states, also claimed that Obama had another male lover and was connected to the man’s death.

“Definitely, it happened,” Carlson told Carolla. He noted that Obama had mentioned fantasies of gay relationships in a 1982 letter to an ex-girlfriend that he released.
“I am not attacking him for liking dudes,” Carlson added.

Carlson also broached the topic of the media and government’s relentless focus on Donald Trump. “They fabricated a lot about what happened on January 6th in order to impeach him again. It didn’t work. He came back, then they indicted him. It didn’t work. He became more popular,” Carlson said. This raises questions about whether traditional strategies to diminish political figures are losing effectiveness. Carlson remains a supporter of Trump, casting skepticism over the media’s portrayal of him.

Carlson also criticized the Biden administration’s foreign policy stance, especially toward Russia. “They’re going to go to war with Russia, that’s what they are going to do,” he declared. According to Carlson, initiating a conflict with Russia could be a calculated move to win the 2024 elections. “They need to declare war footing in order to assume war powers in order to win,” he said. This assertion lays bare what Carlson views as the administration’s willingness to put political gain over the nation’s well-being.

Carlson’s candid remarks resonate particularly with those who are skeptical of media narratives and distrustful of political maneuvering. It is an eye-opener to many who consider that there might be more beneath the surface of mainstream news and government actions. The tone of the conversation has already stoked conversations among conservatives, and it seems likely that Tucker Carlson will continue to be a potent voice in these debates.