Tucker Carlson has accused Ukraine of undermining the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant.
Popular US pro-Russian presenter Tucker Carlson, who has been called "America's Solovyov," stated on Twitter that Ukraine was to blame for the destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant. Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called him a "scoundrel", New Voice writes.
After the host, known for his conspiracy theories, left Fox News TV in April, he launched his own show on social media. Carlson posted the first episode on June 7.
In the ten-minute video with numerous manipulations and distortions, he claimed that the Ukrainian military blew up the Kakhovka HPP dam without citing any evidence. The host also mocked President Volodymyr Zelensky and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who supports Ukraine.
"Carlson is just a scoundrel and a Ukrainophobe. He will continue to do his dirty work. Unfortunately, he can only probably be stopped by some huge court fines for telling lies. But this is a different issue," Dmytro Kuleba said on air of Snidanka z 1+1 reacting to the American's statements.