Tucker Carlson just delivered the toughest truth his audience ever had to hear
Tucker Carlson is using his nightly broadcast to deliver some stern warnings about what is going on in the country.
The news is not good.
And Tucker Carlson just delivered the toughest truth his audience ever had to hear.
Carlson began his Tuesday night broadcast warning Americans that if Donald Trump loses then Democrats will set out to punish everyone that supported Trump.
“That’s a problem. In a moment like this it’s a severe and dangerous problem. If they lose this, it will be profound consequences for you. People who supported Donald Trump will be punished, absolutely no question about that. There’s never been a political party as radical and as angry as the Democrats are now,” Carlson warned.
Carlson then told his viewers that the only defense they had against the Left was the Republican Party.
But Carlson warned that too many Republicans in Washington, D.C. were afraid to stand up to the mob and cited his interview with Indiana Senator Mike Braun where Braun defended his bill to make easier for left-wing activists to sue individual police officers as everything wrong with the GOP.
Carlson said that instead of fighting on issues their voters cared about, Republicans instead offered up “partisan junk food” like the Benghazi hearings.
“Instead of improving the lives of their voters the party feeds them a steady diet of my mindless symbolic victories, partisan junk food designed to make them feel full even if they waste away,” Carlson said, accusing the GOP of merely playing the part of the champion. “Who cares how many Benghazi hearings we have. We are supposed to care but why should we? How did Peter Strzok’s text messages become more important than saving American jobs from foreign nationals who are taking them? It is lunacy. We fall for it every time.”
Carlson told his audience that politicians only responded to praise or attacks.
If Republican voters wanted to get the attention of their elected officials they would have to make noise in sufficient numbers that the politicians in Washington, D.C. could no longer ignore them.