Tucker Carlson shared his concerns that former President Donald Trump could be targeted for assassination.
Carlson shared the remarks during an interview on the "Adam Carolla Show" Monday.
Unfortunately, I believe Tucker Carlson is right about this. Both parties fear Trump. Sending prayers for God to send his Guardian Angels to protect Trump 🙏🙏🙏
Tucker Carlson Fears ‘We’re Speeding Toward’ Trump ‘Assassination’ https://t.co/rpbImSL3Uu
— Scott4Trump (@Scott_4Trump) August 30, 2023
"They fabricated a lot about what happened on January 6 in order to impeach him again. It didn’t work. He came back, and then they indicted him. It didn’t work. He became more popular. Then they indicted him three more times, and every single time, his popularity rose," Carlson shared.
"So if you begin with criticism, then you go to protests, then you go to impeachment, now you go to the indictment, and none of them work, what’s next?” Carlson asked. “I mean, graph it out, man. We’re speeding toward assassination, obviously.”
Tucker Carlson says he fears for Trump's life and that he's "never been this worried": "We're speeding toward assassination." https://t.co/89MWSbe1xH
— TheWrap (@TheWrap) August 30, 2023
“I mean, they’re putting him on trial in March of next year in the J-6 case, which basically consists of trying to send him to prison for the rest of his life for complaining about the last election. That’s literally what it is," Tucker later said.
“Again, if this were happening in Moldova, the state department would issue an all-hands-on-deck order to let the world know this is not a legitimate government. And yet our government is doing it," he continued.
'We're speeding toward assassination': Tucker Carlson says 'permanent Washington' finds Trump threatening https://t.co/0lx4tuPcQz
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) August 31, 2023
"Despite all of the attacks that have been lobbed against Trump, the former president remains immensely popular, so much so that he appears to be on track to trounce the entire GOP presidential primary pack vying for the party's 2024 presidential nod," the Blaze reported.
"With polling indicating that Trump and Biden are likely to win their respective party's presidential nomination, it appears that Americans could see a Biden-Trump rematch in the 2024 general election," it continued.
The controversy also continues as Trump has opted not to participate in the GOP primary debates.
Many Americans may oppose Trump but the greatest concern now may be for his physical safety as he seeks a comeback bid for the White House in 2024.