Tucker: ‘No One Cares If You’re A Flat-Earther — But If You Question Building 7 You’ll Lose Your Job’

A viral clip shows ousted Fox News host Tucker Carlson discussing censorship in the media during a recent podcast, pointing out questions over certain legitimate topics have been deemed so taboo they will get you fired.

Case in point: WTC Building 7; the 47-story structure which bizarrely collapsed at free-fall speed on Sept. 11, 2001, despite sustaining no damage by an airplane.

Speaking to “Redacted” host Clayton Morris back on March 10, just months ahead of his exit from Fox News, Tucker said:

If you go on to TV tonight and say, “I think the earth is flat people will just laugh at you.” They don’t care if you think the earth is flat. It’s not a threat to them. But if you say, ‘What actually happened with Building 7? Like, that is weird, right? It doesn’t… like, what is that?’ If you were to say something like that on television, they’d flip out. They would flip out. You would lose your job over that.

Why? Why? It’s my country. It’s an attack on my country. Can’t I ask…? I don’t really understand. Do buildings actually collapse? No! Maybe they do? I don’t know. But like, why can’t I ask questions about that? Anything you’re not allowed to ask questions about, is something you should be asking more questions about [laughs] as far as I’m concerned.

Many in the 9/11 truth movement have referred to the implosion of Building 7, AKA the Salomon Brothers building which fell a staggering seven hours after the collapse of WTC 1 & 2, as the smoking gun pointing to the US government’s involvement in orchestrating the terror event.

The official narrative on Building 7, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology federal agency, is that “WTC 7 collapsed because of fires fueled by office furnishings. It did not collapse from explosives or from diesel fuel fires.”

Carlson’s comments are interesting considering the fact Infowars show host Alex Jones may have been the first to present Tucker with footage of Building 7’s collapse, helping him recognize its importance as an emblem of government corruption.

Back in 2014, Tucker visited the Infowars studio in Austin, Texas, where Jones took the opportunity to red-pill the now-defunct show host about Building 7.

“Have you seen Building 7 collapse?” Jones asked Tucker, to which, he replied, “No.”

Jones then cued up footage showing Building 7 falling into its own footprint in pancake fashion, unmistakably indicative of a controlled demolition.

Asked what he thought of the footage, Tucker acknowledged he’s “not a structural engineer,” before admitting he was unsure how Building 7 collapsed.

Interestingly, members of the group Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, comprised of over 3,500+ architects and engineers, have also questioned the legitimacy of the incident.

Following the interview, the group’s issued a statement praising Tucker’s statements, saying, “We at AE911Truth would like to commend Tucker Carlson for his candor and encourage him to find a way to use his large platform on Fox News to ask the important questions about World Trade Center 7 that the rest of the MSM refuses to.”

Could Tucker’s comments questioning of Building 7 prior to his departure from Fox News have been a potential catalyst for his ousting?

**By Adan Salazar