Tucker Carlson Mocks Israeli Leftist Singer Ahinoam Nini For Davos ‘Lizard Overlords’ Performance

FILE - In this Thursday, March 2, 2107 file photo, Tucker Carlson, host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight," poses for a photo in a Fox News Channel studio in New York. The Anti-Defamation League has called for Fox News to fire prime-time opinion host Tucker Carlson because he defended a white-supremacist theory that says whites are being “replaced” by people of color. In a letter to Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott on Friday, April 9, 2021the head of the ADL, Jonathan Greenblatt, said Carlson's “rhetoric was not just a dog whistle to racists — it was a bullhorn.” (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

NEW YORK (VINnews) — Conservative commentator Tucker Carlson is known for his sometimes controversial statements regarding liberals and left-wingers. In his latest show, Carlson chose to mock left-wing singer Ahinoam Nini for her eccentric performance in Davos at the recent World Economic Forum.

Carlson called the forum a “Lizard Overlords” meeting, alluding to a fabricated claim that our planet is secretly ruled over by reptilian shape-shifters. This strange conspiracy theory, popularized by anti-Semite and Holocaust denier David Icke, is often invoked in connection with the annual World Economic Forum in Davos. Conspiracists see the annual meeting by world leaders to discuss economic issues as a secret method of controlling the world.

The video seized upon by Carlson is from a panel at a summit held earlier this month, where  Nini—known internationally as Noa—performed to the guitar accompaniment of her longstanding collaborator Gil Dor. The unconventional performance sees the Israeli singer mimicking an opera singer and using bird-like vocalizations. It went viral on Twitter prior to Carlson’s segment, attracting ridicule.

Carlson mocked Nini’s vocal stylings and hand gestures before bursting out in laughter and offering the comment: “Yeah, and those people run the world? They are so impressive!”

Some conservative right-wingers have often made spurious claims about a select group “ruling the world” and Carlson, while not adopting these theories which could have an anti-semitic nuance, does not categorically reject them as evident from his statements.



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