Tucker Carlson Nails It: The Violenceband Lies, and More on George Floyd and Kyle Rittenhouse
Tucker Carlson has, once again, done a great service for the American citizenry—if only more of us could have seen and heard his memorable seventeen minute monologue (with accompanying video segments) from August 31.
In few words Carlson summed up where we are exactly in the current maelstrom of violence—the unhinged and frenzied radicalism and revolution unleashed in America. And in so doing he pinpointed with precision (and at times irony) the dire situation that this country finds itself in and the supreme importance of the upcoming November election.
He began with an acute and powerful on-air critique of Joe Biden. But Carlson went far deeper, focusing on the underlying forces at work which are feverishly laboring to not only defeat the president, but dramatically and completely root out and destroy the traditions and culture that have shaped both America and Western Christian civilization.
As is their practice, the Democrats and the Mainstream Media, including some on Tucker Carlson’s own network, Fox News, have been engaged in a form of intellectual projection. That is, if you are guilty of something, then you accuse your opponent of being culpable of that very same thing. Thus, Joe Biden in Pittsburgh (August 31), accused President Trump of causing the riots and looting, of being responsible for the violence in dozens of Democrat-controlled cities: Shift the guilt, and then if the newly-accused “culprit” complains or resi
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