On December 27, Saagar Enjeti of Breaking Points interviewed Tucker Carlson on the current wave of attacks on free speech.
After denouncing Florida governor DeSantis’ “censorship bill,” Carlson had this to say about the charges against the Uhuru 3, “This spring there was some black nationalist group that was indicted by the Biden Justice Department for its views on Russia and my first thought was, that’s not acceptable. You can’t do that. You can’t try to put people in prison for expressing opinions the government doesn’t like or the ruling class doesn’t like. Any opinion must be protected or no opinions are protected.”
It wasn’t the first time Carlson had denounced the FBI raids and DOJ attacks on the Uhuru Movement, as this video collage shows.