Tucker Carlson is a favorite of millions of FOX News viewers and American conservatives and populists.
Tucker Carlson is genuinely one of the nicest and most genuine people on cable news today.
He is always quick to respond to communications and respectful of his guests whether he agrees with them or not.
On Tuesday protests broke out in Venezuela after Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido called on the the military to rise up and oust the Socialist Maduro regime.
Guaido appeared with activist Leopoldo Lopez who was freed from house arrest by members of the military.
The economy has collapsed in the Socialist state of Venezuela and the people are starving.
Millions of Venezuelans have fled the country to safety and food elsewhere.
Video came out this morning of Venezuela regime soldiers running over Guaido supporters in their army vehicle.
But later Tuesday Tucker Carlson invited communist sympathizer and anti-Israel reporter from Russia Today Anya Parampil on to defend the communist regime.
Anya Parampil via Facebook
To be fair Tucker did not agree with everything she said and told her so.
UPDATE— Anya Parampil reportedly left or was let go from Russia Today weeks ago.
Tucker’s audience was not so appreciative.
Here are a few tweets that popped up after the segment.
Tucker Carlson has "journalist" Anya Parampil on and she is basically saying that if it wasn't for the U.S. everything would be just fine in Venezuela. Oh, they forgot to mention that she works for Putin's propaganda arm RT.
— Daniel Middleman✝✡️🎸🎶🔊🤓🔭🌌 (@metal321) May 1, 2019
Anya Parampil says the ppl of #Venezuela back Maduro … that’s hilarious. Tell that to the thousands who fled & are living in S Fl #Miami #Doralzuela #TuckerCarlsonTonight #tuckercarlson #Tucker
— queenB (@KENDALLKUBAN) May 1, 2019
@TuckerCarlson who is this idiot Anya Parampil
— DG (@djgm50) May 1, 2019