Tucker Carlson Demands Doctors Apologize For Recommending COVID Vaccine

Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson has demanded that doctors apologize for recommending the COVID-19 vaccine.

“I think what’s so interesting is that doctors who clearly can read, I mean they’re literate by definition, they’re not stupid by definition, you hope, I think that’s true, they’re smart,” Carlson said.

“Look at the evidence and fundamentally everything they said about the vax and it has hurt a lot of people. And some doctors, the three that you mentioned, and they’re great, but there are tens of thousands of doctors in the United States and why aren’t they standing up and saying oh my gosh I’m so sorry, I can’t believe I recommended it.”

Carlson also claimed that he supported the Iraq War but has regretted it ever since.

“I mean I endorsed the Iraq War in 2003 and at the end of 2003 I realized I was wrong and I have felt bad about it for 20 years. In fact it was 20 years ago this week that I went to Iraq and I felt bad about it ever since then and every opportunity I have apologized. Not to please other people but to maintain my dignity and self-respect, I mean that is a pre-requisite if you hurt someone unintentionally you have to say I’m sorry. And I can’t believe that 99 percent of American doctors won’t do that. I’m not going to them, by the way. I would never go to a doctor who was still lying about COVID because that is a dangerous and immoral person.”