Tucker Carlson is expecting an election year “like we’ve never seen before” as the Democrats and Republicans gear up to do battle once more.
The former Fox News host is anticipating a divisive battle between the two factions despite their presidential candidates yet to be established.
Speaking to an audience, Carlson fired a bleak warning about what he expects the year to entail while urging people to “trust their gut” during what will likely be a hostile period.
It comes as former President Donald Trump looks increasingly likely to secure the Republican nomination.
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Speaking in a Tucker on X speech, Carlson said he was telling the audience “what they already know”.
“I bet my house on that next year is going to be like nothing we’ve ever seen before”, he said.
“Everyone can feel that. Our perceptions come through intuition rather than reason.
“If you have dogs, you know this, they can understand the words you say but they don’t speak English. They watch and feel. People are the same.
“If something bad is about to happen, people get jumpy and people are getting really jumpy right now.”
Carlson said people can do little in halting the tide, instead advising them to have their wits about them.
He said: “As you stare down the next 12 months, accept the fact that your senses are telling you the truth.
“Your gut only has your interest in mind. It is not trying to sell you a product or convince you to vote for it.
“It’s acting solely on your behalf. If you get a very strong message from your intuition, obey it.
“Take it very seriously. I always tell my children, if you’re talking to somebody and they seem creepy, they’re creepy.”
The two frontrunners for the presidential nominations, Donald Trump and Joe Biden, face battles in convincing voters to back them once more.
Their potential rematch has seen many call for a new generation of US leadership, with a recent poll suggesting adults believe the parties do “such a poor job” of representing the American people that “a third major party is needed”.
The poll, conducted by Gallup, suggests 63 per cent of US adults back this notion, seven percentage points up from a year ago and the highest since Gallup first asked the question in 2003.
There is widespread concern among Americans about Joe Biden’s age, with the Commander-in-Chief currently the oldest serving incumbent in history.
Trump, on the other hand, faces a string of federal and state criminal indictments.
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