Watch: Tucker Reveals The ONE Story He’s Terrified To Report On

Former Fox News star Tucker Carlson revealed in an interview this week a couple of stories that he avoids covering, but there is one topic in particular that especially frightens him.

Speaking to the “Redacted” podcast, Carlson said he doesn’t like to cover the 2020 election controversy, but he is even more averse to covering UFOs, now officially known as “UAPs” — unidentified aerial phenomena.

“The second thing that bothers me is the UFO story. The more you dig into that and talk to people with actual knowledge. This is another story where there are some fanciful ideas floating around, but there just isn’t any evidence that they’re true,” he said. “But if you talk to people who have actual knowledge of this that they gathered themselves, there are parts of that story that I do not understand at all that are really, really, really dark. So dark that I haven’t told my wife about it. I haven’t verified any of this, but this isn’t stuff I just read on the internet.

“There is some stuff there, like, man, I don’t even know what that means. There’s a spiritual component there that I don’t fully understand. So yes, that story bothers me,” he continued.

“One of the reasons we’ve had all of these disclosures and all of this, ten whistleblowers at this point, and it hasn’t really become front page news, part of it is suppression. Part of it is the government doesn’t want you to know about it. But part of it is the public can’t deal with it. It’s too far out. The implications are too profound. And so, I understand that,” Carlson said.

“I’ve heard things where I’m like, oh man, I don’t even really want to know that, honestly. You know what I mean?” he added.

He proceeded to provide further details, expressing his belief that the U.S. government has been aware of these vehicles for a considerable period of time and that they originate from extraterrestrial origins.

“Can I say one thing? Clearly, this is established, and I feel comfortable saying this as a fact, as per the U.S. government. These are real, whatever they are, and they’re not human, and the government has known that for a long time — possibly going back to the 1930s at least,” Carlson continued. “And of course, there is tons of evidence in the written record, in the physical record, in paintings and literature, that people have been seeing and interacting with these things forever, so we know that.

“But the justification one often hears is ‘the government’ and various presidents who have been read in, they have not all been, haven’t wanted to disclose this because it would scare people,” he said. “I always thought that’s bullshit. You’re hiding a crime, which they are, in my opinion.

“But I do think there’s a sense in which that is not totally crazy. There is some stuff, if it is true, and I’m kind of thinking it may be true, that is so radical that, yeah, we don’t want to tell the people we love most about it. Because why would you want to disturb someone like that? So I kind of get that. I’m not arguing for hiding things, but I understand the impulse. Like, holy smokes, this is heavy,” Carlson continued.

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