BREAKING: Tucker Carlson BANNED from speaking at alma mater St. George’s School in Rhode Island

He said he knew it was "political but it was like hilarious the lengths that they went to to keep me from doing this."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Tucker Carlson has revealed that he has been banned from speaking at his alma mater St. George’s School in Rhode Island despite receiving a student invitation.

In a Zoom call with students to explain what happened, Carlson explained that he was given the run around by school administrators, first being told that they were worried about the possible media attention he would bring, and then that it was "unsafe."

"I found, honestly, in my exchanges with the administration at St. George's a total resistance to having anybody who they don't agree with even," Carlson said, explaining that he had attended the school as well as his three children, and had donated to the school as well.

"I don't want a mandatory chapel where everyone has to come and hear me I don't believe in that. I don't want to press my views on people who don't want to hear them. Let's just have an event where everyone who wants to come can come and people who don't want to come don't have to come."

Carlson explained that he tried to get a "straight answer’ from administrators but received no response. He called the headmaster who didn’t call back "for like over a week," and when Carlson called again, he "couldn’t get a straight answer."

He said he knew it was "political but it was like hilarious the lengths that they went to keep me from doing this."

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