Fake News has been doing their best to portray the released Mueller report as the final nail in President Trump’s coffin, but it’s all a shame and one Fox News host isn’t afraid to speak up about it. 

Tucker Carlson is hammering the fake news media and its coverage of the report in a scathing rant. 

“So, after two long years, here we are. It’s hard to believe that any of it actually happened. Looking back, it was two years of unremitting, never diminishing hysteria about Russia,” Carlson opened in monologue. “It was a continuous wave of panic and superstition over unseen Slovak interference, all stoked by the very people we’re told are the most rational in our society.”

“It seems like a dream now, which actually it was,” he continued. “None of it was real. Nobody colluded with Vladimir Putin. Nobody changed vote totals or met secretly in Prague or had a pee tape, whatever that is. There was never a Russia conspiracy.Hillary Clinton wasn’t robbed of her rightful position by Julian Assange or Roger Stone or anyone else. Hillary lost the election because she was an entitled boor who didn’t run on anything. In the end, that’s what Robert Mueller proved.”

Carlson pointed out that the media struggled with the report and “couldn’t handle that conclusion. It was too far from what they promised their audiences for so long. They were too invested in the lies. When the Mueller report arrived in Congress Thursday morning, they found themselves reduced to huffing and sputtering. They couldn’t admit what was in the report. Well, they told us, ‘Robert Mueller didn’t exonerate President Trump.’ Okay, I mean, that may be true, but only theologically. Mueller doesn’t have the power to absolve sin, only God can. But in every other sense, Mueller’s report was exculpatory. If dozens of federal prosecutors spent two years trying to charge you with a crime and then found they couldn’t, it would mean there wasn’t any real evidence that you did it. And that’s what happened here.”

“You may not like Donald Trump, but that’s what we just learned from the Mueller report,” Carlson added. “You would have to be a mindless partisan to deny it. And a lot of news anchors turn out to be mindless partisans. When the facts contravene the interests of their party, they deny the facts, then they attack anyone who persists in stating the obvious out loud. … These are hysterical children. They should not be in journalism, but they are. In fact, they run journalism and they have no plans on giving up their power.”