Assassination Attempt On Tucker Carlson Was Thwarted In Moscow, Russia Claims

Allegations have surfaced from Russia claiming that an assassination attempt on American journalist Tucker Carlson was thwarted in Moscow.

According to Russian authorities, the plan was orchestrated by Ukrainian intelligence aiming to eliminate the high-profile media personality using an explosive device.

The supposed target was Carlson, who recently interviewed Russian President Vladimir Putin. The suspect, identified as a native of Podolsk, was reportedly detained by Russian counter-terrorism units before he could execute the plan.

Russian officials claim that the individual was acting on instructions from the State Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine and intended to plant the explosive under a car parked in the underground lot of the Four Seasons Hotel, where Carlson was staying.

The timeline of these events suggests the attack was planned to coincide with Carlson’s visit to Russia from February 1 to February 8.

The responses to these claims have been mixed, with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) stressing how crucial it is to shield journalists, writing on X, “This is true and extremely terrifying.”

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