Episode 2 of ‘Tucker on Twitter’ sends Joan Rivers’ WILD speculation trending

Tucker Carlson released his second episode of Tucker on Twitter and focused on the importance of breaking down societal taboos in controlling a country and the people therein. As he detailed events that support his premise, Carlson used Barack Obama as an example and well… it’s safe to say the former Fox News host had Twitter all atwitter.

The monologue prompted a lot of speculation and, interestingly, also resulted in Joan Rivers trending.

“By 2008, it was obvious to anybody who was paying attention that Barack Obama had a strange and highly creepy personal life. Yet nobody ever asked him about it,” Carlson said in the episode titled Cling To Your Taboos!

“By that point, a leader’s behavior within his own marriage, the core relationship of his life, had been declared irrelevant,” he continued. “It was Barack Obama’s business, not yours.”

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk tweeted, “Umm…did Tucker just infer that Obama is gay?” His inquiry was soon answered by a social media user who shared the infamous clip of the late comedian joking in 2014 that Michelle Obama was transgender after announcing that Barack was gay.

Kirk was not the only one to pick up on that vibe, by the way:

Oh, and there was this too:


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