Tucker Carlson used his opening monologue to explain where we’re at in the election and all of the accusations of fraud and/or irregularities made by the Trump campaign.

The short version? These are all important questions that need answers and if those answers aren’t delivered because Dems and the media just say “shut up” and accept the outcome, that could lead the country to a dangerous place.

“The truth can be any worse” than everything else we’re hearing right now:

And, “Democracy is a voluntary arrangement. Telling voters to shut up is never enough . . . We need to find out exactly what happened in this election”:

CNN’s Brian Stelter took issue with Tucker just asking to clear up these charges and conspiracy theories, but it IS important to do so, as Tucker said, if a large percentage of the country believes the election to be stolen. From Stelter’s newsletter:

They claim they’re just asking questions

“We don’t know how many votes were stolen on Tuesday night,” Tucker Carlson said toward the end of a 23-minute monologue on Monday night. “We don’t know anything about the software that many say was rigged. We don’t know. We ought to find out.”

As we told you yesterday, Fox News’ Neal Cavuto cut away from Kayleigh McEnanay and Tucker appeared to call out his colleague over it:

“You can’t just cut away from coverage you don’t like”:

The Trump campaign’s Jenna Ellis called Tucker a “truth-teller” for the remark:

But, and this is important to point out, Tucker did alert his viewers that everything we’ve seen so far “does not seem to be enough to alter the election results”:

Watch the entire clip here: