Tucker Carlson has shared his views on Meghan and Harry's tell-all interview, and what he came out with was pretty shocking...

Fox News' Tucker Carlson went overboard while discussing Oprah's interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle...


Seemingly taken aback by their claims of feeling powerless.

And shockingly some have sided with Carlson...


Carlson went on to complain about the former royals playing victim to evoke pity...


"It's not like prince whatever-his-name-is and his angry wife from Los Angeles are compelling," Carlson said on Tuesday's Tucker Carlson Tonight.

He continued...

"You know exactly who they are. He's weak and unhappy. She's a manipulative opportunist."

He then went on to discuss Meghan and her row with kate over the flower girl dresses...


"Here's this royal person, one of the most famous and fawned-over people in the world, telling Oprah that she was incredibly wounded because she got into some kind of petty argument about dresses with her sister-in-law at her wedding three years ago," Carlson said.

"Ok, so she's a narcissist. We guessed that," he continued.

​"But that's not the whole story. What she's really saying is that despite her enormous wealth and fame; despite the fact she never has to cook her own dinner or drive her own car ever again for as long as she lives; despite the fact that every time she heads to the gym, the journey is treated like the moon landing by an army of awestruck reporters; despite the fact that she's literally a princess — sorry, duchess — she is…actually an oppressed victim. She may look powerful, but she's powerless."

He even blasted Oprah saying that she only believed them because she also sees herself as a victim...


"Oprah clearly doesn't think it's absurd. She's deeply empathetic," he said. "Oprah's worth more than a billion dollars, but she knows the pain, because she sees herself as a victim, too. She often says so."

Following on from his absurd claims, he discussed his friend Piers Morgan resigning from Good Morning Britain...


"You're not allowed to make fun of this, and you're definitely not allowed to mock the oppressed duchess."

And if that wasn't enough, he even roped former first lady Michelle Obama into it...


As he points to a moment when a "member of America's own royal family told us how incredibly difficult her life is from her castle in Martha's Vineyard."

Obviously talking about Michelle Obama...


Carlson mocked a clip of Obama talking about how difficult it is for her as a black woman for her voice to be heard.

"Yeah, no one's gonna hear you. You're just speaking at a prime-time speaking slot at the Democratic National Convention. When, oh when, will your voice be heard, Michelle Obama?" he said.


"When will you get the credit you are so sorely due for all of your remarkable achievements? Unfortunately, America's not quite ready for you yet. And, honestly, that's our fault. We're a backward country. We apologize."

Turning to a "darker effect of all this," Carlson explained that "when powerful people decide that they're oppressed, the balance of power changes."


"If you were very rich, you might imagine you owed something to the people below you. Noblesse oblige, they used to call it, back when we had a responsible ruling class that thought about other people. Previous generations of rich people understood this very well, and they taught their children this: To whom much is given, much is expected."

"That was the deal for centuries. But self-identified victimhood instantly nullifies this deal and it restores power to the powerful," Carlson said.


"No one expects anything from a victim. Victims don't give, victims receive."

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