Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson is rocking truth bombs after being axed from his former network and no topic is off limits.
The former Fox News host appeared at Turning Point USA’s Action Conference in Florida on Friday and was talking about various scandals when someone in the audience shouted “coke in the White House!”
That comment set Carlson into a hilarious comedy routine of sarcasm about the incident.
“I don’t know what — you know what — the thing about that story, it’s just a mystery to me,” he said sarcastically as the crowd laughed. “No one was more shocked than I was. Are you serious? In the Biden White House, somebody left an eight-ball of cocaine in a public … I was like, I said to my wife, ‘That’s just not in character. You know? I just don’t believe it.’”
“It’s clearly a set-up. I went right back to Marion Berry, I was like, ‘Somebody set you up.’ I’m serious. It was – you know what I mean, it was –” he said as he started to laugh. “Can I just —? I’ll stop. That was my favorite story of all time, because it just explains all the behavior. It really does.”
“It’s like … crazed and grandiose,” he said before starting to imitate someone of cocaine. “I’ve got a plan. YOU’RE NOT GONNA BELIEVE IT! It’s unbelievable, it’s going to totally work. What we’re going to do –”
“We’re gonna totally rearrange everything, okay?” he said. “We’ve been doing things a certain way for a long time, okay? And it’s worked, but I’ve got a better plan!”
“And that’s their entire approach,” he said. “So if I could just give you one piece of advice, after 27 years in the television business, don’t trust a man with numb gums.”
A Republican lawmaker said on Monday he believes the U.S. Secret Service has identified a suspect who brought cocaine into the White House earlier this month, causing another major scandal within the Biden administration.
Rep. Pat Fallon (R-Texas), a member of the House Oversight Committee, told Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum during an interview he spoke with law enforcement officials in his state and asked them how long it normally takes to run a set of fingerprints found on the bag containing the drug, and he said he was told it takes around an hour, generally.
“If there was no fingerprints, they could have told us immediately,” he said. “So, I suspect there are fingerprints, and you can run it through a database, and this was found where high-level aides and staffers are, so most of them were fingerprinted at one time or another, so they may very well already know who it belongs to and aren’t sharing with us and that’s my greatest concern and worry.”
Last week, administration officials said they believed the Secret Service would conclude its investigation by Tuesday but that timeline was later revised and pushed back.
“Secret Service briefing on White House cocaine now moved UP to Thursday, July 13 at 10 am,” noted Fox News correspondent Chad Pergram. “Will be with staff. Had been told earlier today it would be moved back until late July. But that just changed. Fox is told this means the USSS may have more to share about its inquiry.”
Last week, the agency confirmed that a white powdery substance discovered in the White House was indeed cocaine.
“The discovery prompted widespread speculation that the cocaine could have belonged to Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s troubled son who has battled cocaine and crack addiction in the past and has recently been seen at the White House.,” the Daily Wire reported.
“However, officials did not say if the younger Biden is under suspicion,” it said.