Newsweek Promotes FAKE NEWS Story on Tucker Carlson and… RUSSIA! | The Gateway expert

Newsweek has been busted for publishing a fake news story about Tucker Carlson, claiming he had made a deal with Russian state television.

Their tweet is still online.

Nervous picked up this part of the original story:

Conservative TV host Tucker Carlson has launched his own show on Russian state television.

The former Fox News host presents the program Tucker on the ongoing news channel Russia 24, the first episode of which is now available online, the Russian state newspaper Rossiskya Gazyeta reported.

The newspaper said the show is part of a joint project with Carlson TV, in which he will interview figures and politicians who have “alternative views to the mainstream.”

In February, Carlson interviewed Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin.

Newsweek has since been forced to update the story.

Tucker's business partner Neil Patel posted a response.

It looks like this was the source:

This is the liberal media that wants you to be deeply concerned about disinformation.

Once again it is striking that these types of errors always seem to go in only one direction.

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