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Recently, Tucker Carlson, a former anchor on Fox News, addressed the issue of censorship in the media while participating in a podcast. He mentioned certain subjects that are considered inappropriate and can result in the loss of one’s employment. The example that best illustrates this notion is the collapse of Building 7 of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

The building collapsed at free-fall speed despite the fact that it had not been hit by an airplane. The statements made by Carlson are notable in light of the fact that many people have referred to the collapse of Building 7 as evidence that the United States government was involved in the terrorist assault.

Investigating the Justifications Behind Media Censorship

Tucker Carlson discussed the position of the media on censorship in a podcast he did not too long ago with Clayton Morris. Carlson observed that if someone were to go on television and declare, “I think the earth is flat,” people would just laugh it off as a joke. However, if they were to inquire “What actually happened with Building 7?” they would be fired from their position.

Carlson made the argument that anything that is taboo ought to be questioned more, not less, and he suggested this approach. The remarks are particularly intriguing when one considers that the presenter of the Infowars show, Alex Jones, may have been the first person to show Tucker’s film of Building 7’s collapse. This exposure to the footage helped Tucker grasp the significance of the building as an image of government corruption.

The Devastating Fall of Building 7

Seven hours after the fall of World Trade Centers 1 and 2, skyscraper 7, popularly known as the Salomon Brothers skyscraper, came crashing down. According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the canonical explanation for the collapse of the building is that it was caused by fires that were fed by office furniture, and not by explosions or fires that were caused by diesel fuel. However, a significant number of people involved in the 9/11 truth movement have cast doubt on the veracity of the event. These people include members of the organization Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, which is made up of more than 3,500 architects and engineers.

Building 7 and Tucker Carlson.

In 2014, Tucker Carlson paid a visit to the Infowars studio, when Alex Jones played him footage of the fall of Building 7. Carlson said that he is not a structural engineer and that he did not fully understand how the building was destroyed. However, after Tucker’s departure from Fox News, the organization Architects, and Engineers for 9/11 Truth praised his statements and encouraged him to use his platform to ask the important questions that mainstream media refuses to ask. Tucker has not responded to these comments.

Was Carlson fired from his position at Fox News because of the questions he raised about Building 7 just before he left the network? It is difficult to say. Despite this, the significance of his remarks regarding censorship in the media and the significance of questioning taboo subjects cannot be discounted. It is necessary to have open discourse and allow for inquiry, even if the answers are painful or inconvenient; this is because the questions may shed light on important issues.

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