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Tonight will determine whether Tucker Carlson could be the new leader of the American Right or just another talking head. Mr. Carlson is perhaps the last nationalist left at Fox News. Other hosts such as Neil Cavuto, Chris Wallace, and Julie Banderas have all taken stands against President Trump. Former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, now a board member at Fox News, is reportedly using his position to “do something” about Donald Trump, even though the President tried very hard to pass Speaker Ryan’s House agenda in 2017. Sean Hannity is fawningly pro-Trump, but doesn’t go much beyond repeating campaign slogans. He rarely expresses thoughts of his own, if he has any. He’s not an independent force.

President Trump has noticed that Fox News has largely turned against him. He thinks it is because Roger Ailes is gone. The Drudge Report has been attacking the President for a while, and there are rumors that Matt Drudge sold the site to new management. Steve Bannon, the former Trump campaign CEO, is no longer at Breitbart and is on a quixotic anti-China crusade. Many of President Trump’s online allies on Twitter have been deplatformed.

However, there’s still Tucker Carlson, and Mr. Carlson has been showing the President some tough love. He ripped into Jared Kushner and the President’s “weakness” in response to Black Lives Matter protests. He challenged President Trump to show he’s worthy of Americans’ support by ending the violence. He defended American citizens who are being replaced by cheap foreign labor and left behind by others who are getting “special treatment.”

Mr. Carlson also praises Donald Trump when he acts like a nationalist, most recently when the President gave a magnificent address at Mount Rushmore on July 4. Mr. Carlson called the protests a “challenge [to] Western civilization itself.” Mr. Carlson also said that if “they [leftists] can force you to watch as they topple your heroes, they have won.”

Mr. Carlson’s show has the highest ratings ever for a cable news program. He has defied media criticism and advertiser boycotts. President Trump watches Mr. Carlson’s program, even though Mr. Carlson is no sycophant.

Mr. Carlson’s media competitors have been publishing stories about his advertisers that are veiled threats. Apparently, they want to destroy a pillow company.

Now, Mr. Carlson’s critics have a new weapon. CNN recently doxxed one of his writers, Blake Neff, who had written “insensitive” posts pseudo-anonymously on an online forum. For some reason, this was a huge news story. It makes me sick to repeat these headlines, but it must be done to show the extent of the coverage.

The author of CNN’s doxxing story, Oliver Darcy, used to work at The Blaze and The Leadership Institute. No doubt the Oliver Darcy of 2020 would “cancel” the Oliver Darcy of 2012.

Mr. Carlson’s writer resigned, probably falling on his sword to spare Mr. Carlson more negative coverage. Nevertheless, Fox News itself piled on. It said Mr. Neff’s posts were “horrendous and deeply offensive,” and repudiated his “horrific racist, misogynistic and homophobic behavior.”

Horrific? Go read for yourselves what Mr. Neff wrote. Edgy postings on an Internet forum are not “horrific.” Fox News seems to have lost any sense of what words mean. I’ll tell you what is horrific.

  • Blacks murdered a white woman in Indiana, reportedly because she said “all lives matter.” Her three-year-old son doesn’t understand why she can’t come back from heaven.
  • Police recently charged a black man in Chicago with beating a toddler to death with his bare hands.
  • Unknown suspects gunned down a black man walking his six-year-old daughter down a New York City street in broad daylight.
  • Three suspects jumped out of an SUV yesterday and opened fire on a family, killing a one-year-old baby.

Homicides are up in New York City, Washington DC, Charlotte, Memphis, Milwaukee, and many other cities, all while journalists, politicians, and activists scream “black lives matter” in religious ecstasy. I would call these crimes just as horrific as what these pack-animal journalists are doing is pathetic. And it’s all in the midst of a campaign to heap scorn on white women. Forgive me, but I can’t work up outrage about someone’s anonymous Internet postings.

CNN has announced that Mr. Carlson will discuss the Neff matter, presumably on his program this evening. He will no doubt have to make some pro forma disavowal. I don’t expect a full-throated defense; that would put his job in danger.

But I hope he will say that what his writer jokingly said in private is less much less destructive and threatening than what many journalists, academics, and activists are saying in public. Our country is being destroyed, and American citizens of all races are paying the price. That is what’s horrific; not a few mean jokes on a forum.

At least some conservatives are beginning to understand that apologizing to the mob only feeds its lust for power:

We’ll keep on eye on Mr. Carlson tonight. If conservatives really want to fight “cancel culture,” now’s the time.

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  1. Based Lad says:

    Nigh time for a while new media company. Nationalist News Network or something. Lucre to launch is an obvious essential. How could that be gotten? Clearly not through any major payment processor. Tech behemoths PayPal, Venmo and GoFundMe are blatantly fifth column. Crypto is onerous for the average Joe. Collecting cash in person could be viable, assuming agents acting in good faith report collections accurately and don’t pilfer the coffers. We are backed into a corner. Even had we the funds, how would we even begin to spread our message? Nationalist ideologies are verboten on most social media. What remains of the mighty first amendment? I suppose I’m off to plaster IOTBW stickers.

    • Replies: @SaneClownPosse
    , @ATBOTL
  2. Tuck is already a Cucky-Wuck because he won’t address the JQ.

    By the way…

    https://thewashingtonstandard.com/california-first-time-in-us-city-proposes-ending-police-enforcement-of-traffic-laws/

    On the one hand, the progs say we must do this, do that, etc, etc or else by fined and dragged to court — like not wearing seat-belts — but now they wanna do away with traffic cops?

    Libby-dib mentality: “You gotta DO this, you gotta DO that” but “we don’t need police to enforce anything.”

    So, who will do the enforcing? Mobs of ‘karen’ harpies with smartphones?

  3. SafeNow says:

    I remember when Paul Ryan lied about his marathon time, reducing his age-mainstream time way way down to age-elite. This was not an innocent mistake, as he later claimed. Every marathoner (or golfer, or bowler, etc.) knows whether he is mainstream, or elite, at his sport. Maybe I am making too much of the above; but to me, in this age age of fake news, when the reporting temptation is to shade the truth, it troubles me that a lier is on the Fox board.

    • Agree: Based Lad
    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  4. Based Lad says:
    @Priss Factor

    Roaming bands of black terror cells and a high tech surveillance state will keep us in line by purging wrongthink. It’s actually quite a horrifying dystopia on the horizon.

  5. The Neocons seem to be waiting in the wings letting Trump take all the heat from the Left. They are doing everything they can at Fox to promote the old republicans like Romney because they seem to have this idea that the country club republicans are going to win over Hispanics on the abortion issue and end up as the majority party. Since white voters are basically split 50/50 on Left-Right, the few percentage points that they can swing from hitherto unengaged or uninformed voters are going to swing the outcome. For the most part “minorities” don’t get their news from reading or watching mainstream white news sources on tv so most of what you have seen on Fox or CNN has no effect at all on the voters who will ultimately decide the election. White people have been voting the way they have been voting (based on issues like abortion and supreme court) for decades now. There aren’t any persuadeable people among white voters. We all know what we think about all of this already. None of us are sitting here pondering whether we might vote for Trump or not. So that’s a big reason white people are feeling left out and marginalized. We aren’t the target audience for campaign messaging in most states.

  6. IF…IF Trump doesn’t toss the Kushners OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE, and heed the warnings of the late Rep Jim Traficant about Mossad / Zionist blackmailings of U.S. Government ‘elected’ Members of the Senate and House of Representatives, then I ..

    WILL WRITE-IN TUCKER CARLSON’S NAME FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES!

    Trump needs to follow the suggestions that are continually being repeated to him ie Dave Hodges, Alex Jones, and e-mails / phone calls from Trump voters.

    Trump needs to rout-out the communist Generals from the Pentagon (Obama appointees), and then issue full pardons for Roger Stone, Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, and ‘Chelsea’ Manning.

    Investmentwatchblog reported last week that on the 4th of July ’20, that the Clintons hurriedly boarded a plane (Gulfstream Jet) that took off heading east! Strange how we have not had any news on the Clintons,; they might be in Israel or Ireland (where there is NO extradition agreement(s)) and their hurry to leave the U.S. came minutes after Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested!

    BLM, ANTIFA, and the Radical Far Left need to be put down ASAP; Trump needs to show strength, guts, and resolve to do this yesterday! The Governors who are continually supporting these Communist / Zionist regimes should have been arrested months ago, and people like Cuomo, who sent the elderly off to die via COVID saturation, needs to be tried for genocide, crimes against humanity, and treason with subversion.

    The FBI needs to be routed along with the CIA of those who are undermining the American People and especially, a duly and legally-elected President.

    BTW, IF the blacks demand ‘restitution’ then pay them, provided that they agree to go to Africa and never return to the U.S.! That should suit BLM, NAACP, etc quite well, as most African Nations have been taken over by the Communist Governments of Cuba, China, etc.

    • Agree: Ann Nonny Mouse
    • Replies: @BuelahMan
  7. Veterans, ex- National Guard and Reserve members, plus the member of the Militia(s) should by now be ready to preserve, protect and defend the U.S. Constitution, and President Trump should localized Zio-Communist Forces riot, rage, and destroy homes property and murder people in your areas.

    Active Duty members should network quietly and find those loyal to the U.S. and the President, and form secondary ‘post-coup-attempt squadrons, companies, platoons,’ etc. which will support President Trump and the U.S. Constitution.

    DO NOT follow the orders of any Officer, Warrant Officer or NCO that directs any activity that leads up to subverting the President, the U.S. Constitution, or is treasonous or violates human, civil and legal rights!

    Watch and be wary of the order for ’round-ups’ and ‘calls to assemble’ from Commanders who are Obama appointees, or who are anti-Trump. Be specially wary of Freemasons / University ‘Frat Boys’ in the ranks!!!

  8. 22pp22 says:
    @Priss Factor

    Tuck is as un-Cuck as he can be without being terminated.

    • Agree: Richard B, Vox Nihili
  9. Anon[415] • Disclaimer says:

    I’d bet dollars to donuts that Deep State helped doxx Neff. It’s a stretch to think online sleuths were able to link biographical tidbits. My guess is that Deep State has the ability to unmask and monitor whomever they want without needing to make a request to the FISA courts (not that FISA itself isn’t anything other than a Deep State-controlled theater prop).

    I think Tucker will do just fine without Neff, or, if need be, any of his other writers. I’m basing this on Tucker’s wit and skill at slicing and dicing proxy warriors representing the AZE.

  10. @SafeNow

    …it troubles me that a lier [sic] is on the Fox board.

    Yes, but it’s OK for a liar to be third in line to the Presidency. Apparently still is. [sigh]

    • Replies: @SafeNow
  11. There’s a lot the president needs to do. Very little f it mentioned here. BLM and ANTIFA are only a threat of you cater to their rhetoric. If he sticks to the issues and shoots straight, avoids the sideshow — and actually follows through —

    As for fox News. they came late to supporting the current executive and i bet they have been looking for any excuse to get back to their agendas — which have little to do with ensuring the US citizen is employed and defending by rebuilding our gutted population.

    The most significant issue was immigration and he made compromises he should not have made.

    What the left thrives on i chaos and sprouting multiple issues and like the net round about Russia all of which has actually undermined our ability to demonstrate a strong hand.

    I am and have been disappointed in Fox for a quite some time. All of those intelligent, respected, connected men and women and they should have been the first ones to call for limited action in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria — instead what they did was promoted a devastating policy from which we have not recovered.

    And I do take it personally that they sold conservatives such as myself under the bus . I busted two tails to make my career —- bitter pill, that the nearly the entire band marches on as of they are utterly clueless where their leadership has brought us.

    Good grief stop blaming blacks for the lousy leadership of whites.

    Gang turf wars as tragic as they are did trounce the economy. Did not import millions of foreigners and certainly is not responsible for illegal immigration.

    • Replies: @Tono Bungay
  12. A lone man can’t accomplish anything.

    Only a team can change history.

    If Tucker Carlson wants to be the leader of a team that will change history, he must be loyal to his followers.

    That is more important than retaining his Fox News position.

    A full throated defense of Neff, let the chips fall where they may, would establish Carlson as the leader of a genuine American counter-revolutionary movement.

    • Disagree: jack daniels
    • Replies: @follyofwar
    , @Liberty Mike
  13. SafeNow says:
    @The Alarmist

    The Speaker of The House is not “third in line to the presidency.” That is because the president himself is not in line; he already is the president. Thus, the vice president is first in line and speaker is second in line. I am not sure I have the moral right to make this correction, because I myself, a solecism pedant, was just sic’d by you, and I deserved it.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  14. Tucker Carlson did a brief corporate clean-up segment about Blake Neff. It was slyly aired about halfway through the last half hour and split the baby–comments were wrong, targeting Neff was wrong. It was the best that probably could be done under the circumstances.

    Eventually Fox will shitcan Tucker Carlson, but in the meantime it is good to have him where he is.

    • Replies: @Dick French
  15. @Dick French

    …and Tucker concludes with a four-day vacation. This was ordered by Fox.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  16. Angharad says:
    @Based Lad

    Speak for yourself.

    • Replies: @Based Lad
  17. @Based Lad

    It’s actually quite a horrifying dystopia on the horizon.

    Yup.

    They will also implement a social and health credit system that will encourage certain behaviors and prevent wrongthink, mainly via financial and material incentives.

  18. Angharad says:

    Well the comment was pro forma, which is what would be expected – but the truly annoying segment was that of the Zionist Bootlicker Deluxe Eric MetaxA S S, who appeared to give commentary on the church burnings that occurred around the country.

    Churches were burnt this past weekend, and MetaxASS began drooling about the Reichstag fire, of what 80 years ago. Firstly Jews set the Reichstag fire, and are responsible for the church arson, either directly, or indirectly via their Antifa Golem. Yet MetaxASS brought up the KNAZZEEZ. That idiot’s appearance was probably punishment by Anti White Fox, for poor Neff . MetaxASS’s blatant groveling before the Tribe would embarrass Little Bennie Shapiro Or is MetaxASS one of the Tribe? I can’t determine genetic bona fides at this point.

    Poor Uncle Adolf tried to to warn the WORLD about what would happen if the Reich lost – and he is now a proven prophet.

    • Agree: BuelahMan
  19. Saw the segment. Seemed as though Carlson split the baby as it were, though it has to be said that he didn’t demonstrate faux outrage. To be fair, he is walking a tightrope right now. Though he is extremely popular, no top line advertisers will go near his show out of fear of the Usual Suspects. One slip–and it’s adios muchachos. And I am still betting that he will be out by the end of this year. Carlson is the only authentic populist on the telly right now, and in the current zeitgeist white populism is poison because it exposes a fissure in this society that may be impossible to close.

    • Agree: Angharad
    • Replies: @anon
  20. AWM says:

    Nobody is even close to Tucker’s advertising rates.
    He is and has been in a class of his own for cable news.

  21. …there are rumors that Matt Drudge sold the site to new management.

    Or maybe just gave it to a boyfriend?

    …and repudiated his “horrific racist, misogynistic and homophobic behavior.”

    Homophobic isn’t a real word.

    Nor, for that matter, is racist. But it’s been around longer, and is entrenched.

    Real words have definitions.

  22. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @Prester John

    He should consider RT after they inevitably fire him. What, you thought this wasn’t an authoritarian regime? Lol. That will happen, assuming they don’t just disappear him altogether. I’d love to see a full-throated Carlson show without restraint. BTW, funny how CNN’s Jeff Zucker doesn’t have to answer questions about his association with Matt Lauer and what he knew about that situation. It’s almost like CNN is a government propaganda channel and the regime is protecting him. Hmm. BTW, the NSA absolutely doxxed that guy. Remember that when they tell you about freedom in Hong Kong. You don’t even have it here.

  23. @SafeNow

    Touché … bien joué 😉

  24. @Priss Factor

    I agree with 22p22. It’s very easy to be radical when you’re just typing anonymous comments from the safety of your home. I have an instinctive dislike for all TV monologuists, Carlson included, and I can’t determine whether he is honestly engaged or just seizing a niche. But he has often surprised me by his willingness to stand up for the right things, so let’s see what happens when he returns from “fishing,” if he does.

    • Replies: @Exile
    , @Liberty Mike
  25. @EliteCommInc.

    Agreed. There is no problem that can’t be solved by just standing up and stating the truth and insisting on your rights.

    • Replies: @Realist
  26. Franz says:
    @Priss Factor

    On the one hand, the progs say we must do this, do that, etc, etc or else by fined and dragged to court — like not wearing seat-belts — but now they wanna do away with traffic cops?

    There are too many laws, period, and if they stop enforcing them they might see which ones they really need.

    Think on it: It’s felonious to grow your own poppies for opium if you have pain issues, but mobs have been on a rampage, destroying hither and yon, for weeks and the resistance of our authorities has been pathetic.

    Since Reagan, passing massive numbers of laws over chicken droppings has been mandatory for each congressional session. It’s impossible to even know them all. And Reagan actually had the nerve to complain about he wheel he set in motion.

    Tucker at least knows, from what I’ve read in one of his books, that our problems are iatrogenic. We stack laws atop any issue before we even know it’s a problem. Whatever he can’t say on air, he can’t say. But he’s got good instincts. Thus far.

  27. BuelahMan says:
    @Lizardicus Hidicus

    Oh, please.

    Do you think Trump is going to bite the jewish hand feeding him his entire life?

    • Agree: Realist
  28. AceDeuce says:
    @Lizardicus Hidicus

    Are you a veteran?

    I am.

    We are screwed in regard to our military. It’s been taken over and cucked since ‘Nam. Nonwhites ruined it. And believe me, the nonwhites in the military will go after you.

    I read recently that the Armed Forces as a whole are at 43% nonwhite. I checked that stat out, and confirmed it online.

    I can tell you this–most if not all of them are loyal to their “group”–race, etc. over their role in the military.

    VDare just had a decent article about all this. They quoted the top enlisted man in the USAF-the Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force-an E9. The current one is a groid. They showed his Tweet-“I am a Black man who happens to be the Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force”. He goes on to compare himself with Fentanyl Floyd and other black lowlifes.

    I’m sure that this c olored boy laps up the good pay and perks of his job, and asserts all the authority he can, but he is loyal to being a groid, and I’ll guarantee if it’s black or military, his loyalty is with black. Read that Tweet again. The boy makes it plain,

  29. @Dick French

    C’mon. I watch Tucker nightly, and he hasn’t taken any time off for months. His high pressure job must be taxing, and he deserves some time off to recharge his batteries before the campaign season begins in earnest.

    Every time that Tucker takes a few days off, commenters say he’s been suspended or fired. But he’s always come back, and, unless he drowns while fishing, he’ll be back next week.

    Absent some huge scandal how would Fox justify firing the man with the highest rated show in cable news history, and not lose a huge part of its audience?

  30. @John Gruskos

    And lose a platform with millions of followers? On the verge of an election (the most important one in memory), no less? By holding onto this gig for several years now, Tucker knows how far he can go.

    Perhaps Tucker has no desire to lead a quixotic “counter-revolutionary movement,” and still hopes that he can, by working thru the system, convince the mass of people to come to their senses. If that fails, then we are doomed anyway, and perhaps Western Civ will deserve its fate.

    • Replies: @John Gruskos
  31. Exile says:
    @Tono Bungay

    so let’s see what happens when he returns from “fishing,” if he does.

    After last night, you have your answer.

  32. @Priss Factor

    That’s like asking him to fly to the moon.
    I hope Neff continues to write for him, if surreptitiously.

  33. @John Gruskos

    Alas, Tucker cucked.

    He conceded the moral high ground by proclaiming what Neff did was wrong.

    • Replies: @ATBOTL
  34. Realist says:

    Steve Bannon, the former Trump campaign CEO, is no longer at Breitbart and is on a quixotic anti-China crusade.

    That is one of Carlson’s problems…he is fixated on the China bad meme. One of the least problems this country faces is anything to do with China.

    One of his other problems is he feels compelled to always qualify his statements about race with some comment that racism is bad…this is done…in hopes of mitigating the anti-White criticism.

    • Replies: @Goddard
  35. Realist says:
    @Tono Bungay

    Agreed. There is no problem that can’t be solved by just standing up and stating the truth and insisting on your rights.

    One needs to be able to back up his insistence.

  36. KenH says:

    Tucker didn’t cuck as bad as I thought he might but no apology was necessary given the horrible things luminaries of the radical left regularly and openly say about right of center whites and “deplorables”.

    What Blake Neff said wasn’t nearly as offensive as things Sarah Jeong said about white people and white men and to which she was richly rewarded by the Jew York Times. Other examples abound but the left never apologizes which is a lesson the kosher right has yet to learn.

    • Agree: follyofwar, Joseph Doaks
  37. Realist says:

    Ultimately the solution to this country’s problems will be through revolution.

    The Deep State will not go gentle into the good night.

    • Agree: Based Lad
  38. @follyofwar

    Perhaps Tucker has no desire to lead a quixotic “counter-revolutionary movement,”

    Someone has to lead a serious counter-revolutionary movement, otherwise the anti-White/anti-Christian cultural revolution will continue to get worse.

    Like Burke said, all that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.

  39. “Agreed. There is no problem that can’t be solved by just standing up and stating the truth and insisting on your rights.’

    Well,

    I am not sure that is reality. But ought to be.

    i don’t think there is going to be a huge accounting from the public for the response to the virus or the civil unrest. I think the hill the executive has to climb is one in which he failed to stand on campaign issues – created nit by him, but by the voters he agreed to support.

    That’s the issue. Thus far, he ha massive support during two major move to get rid of him. Yet he failed to recognize that support or even express appreciation and on tap of that has acted as if he not pledged to advocate for the US first.

    if you consider how many commenters and writers here are willing to distort truth or engage in all out deception in the name of winning — then truth is a very valuable commodity indeed, but it use for many is flexible.

  40. “Agreed. There is no problem that can’t be solved by just standing up and stating the truth and insisting on your rights.’

    Well,

    I am not sure that is reality. But ought to be.

    i don’t think there is going to be a huge accounting from the public for the response to the virus or the civil unrest. I think the hill the executive has to climb is one in which he failed to stand on campaign issues – created not by him, but by the voters he agreed to support. My personal sense must subside to the matter of the agenda.

    That’s the issue. Thus far, he ha massive support during two major move to get rid of him. Yet he failed to recognize that support or even express appreciation and on tap of that has acted as if he not pledged to advocate for the US first.

    if you consider how many commenters and writers here are willing to distort truth or engage in all out deception in the name of winning — then truth is a very valuable commodity indeed, but it use for many is flexible.

  41. Juckett says:

    B A L K A N I Z E !
    Talking time is over.

  42. @Based Lad

    Time for some new national political parties.
    Dump both corporate national committee parties that are backed by billionaires and corporations. They are their constituency and their owners.
    False binary choice every four years.
    Make politics temporary service only, not a secure lifetime career of graft.

  43. Steve Bannon is not against China nor the Chinese people.
    His campaign is against the Chinese Communist Party, the CCP.

  44. @Priss Factor

    You are so right. Progressivism is all promoting health and safety and libertarians are evil until suddenly health and safety aren’t important, but only at the time and place of their choosing. Total hypocrisy.

  45. Liza says:

    Oh, FFS. Tucker is a TV commentator. For all we know, he may actually have very, very different ideas.

    You can’t expect him to be the Second Coming for us while working for a TV network. If he wants to run for president or something equally important, then you can judge him. But not until then.

  46. R.C. says:

    Not surprised to learn that Tuck did not cuck.
    R.C.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  47. ATBOTL says:
    @Based Lad

    Support independent pro-white media. No corporation is going to save you.

  48. ATBOTL says:
    @Liberty Mike

    Any take other than this is denial.

  49. Based Lad says:
    @Angharad

    Heck buddy I’m all set to get the party started. I fear for the average Joe and Jill that’s all.

  50. Based Lad says:
    @AceDeuce

    This is very disheartening information. Hopefully there will be schisms in the armed forces. I can’t imagine many good ole boys or even sane castizos wanting to gun down boomers in suburbs. I guess we’ll see when the Cheka forms.

  51. Tucker’s people should find a way to use Blake Nuff’s thoughts. Maybe though a trusted 3rd party or something.Tuckers first 15 minutes have been the stuff of legend this year.

    For the life of me I can’t understand why that guy had to brag on that online forum. He’s a fantastic writer.

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  52. Richard B says:
    @Priss Factor

    Tuck is already a Cucky-Wuck because he won’t address the JQ.

    Totally Clueless!

    I’d tell you to focus more on your IQ than Tucker’s JQ.

    But there’d no point. Because you’re totally clueless.

    Either that or you’re trolling for The SPLC.

  53. @Lizardicus Hidicus

    Yes, Lizardicus is a career Veteran, but cannot discuss missions, roles, AFSC, MOS etc. due to signing a ‘non-disclosure’ agreement.
    Armed, supplied, and lone wolfing things IF necessary to protect America as we once knew it.
    Listen to the most recent Dave Hodges and Mike Adams interview…
    Stand by for further orders…

  54. @AceDeuce

    Yes, Lizardicus was a long term career Veteran in two branches of service.
    Also signed a non-disclosure agreement in both the AFSC and MOS.
    However, the skills professionally carried out will be used to protect America as we once knew her.
    Ready to Lone Wolf missions IF needed; skilled on elite and exotic weapons as well!
    Be wary of ‘newcomers’ into your militia squads, or in your active / reserve / guard units.

  55. jsigur says:

    After reading this I quickly googled videos for Tucker Carlson to gauge his response. All I saw were MSM media outlets telling us what to believe about what he said and no clip just playing Tucker’s response unedited.
    I knew America was going down the toilet but never imagined the events of the last year happening anytime soon

  56. 3poodles says:

    Didn’t Hunter Biden get that $1+ billion Chinese deal not long after the Joe B’s negotiated MOU was approved?

  57. Horrific? Go read for yourselves what Mr. Neff wrote.

    Go read it where? Is it linked at CNN or at one of the other sources you linked in the article?

  58. @R.C.

    That was hilarious. Tell another one.

  59. anon[327] • Disclaimer says:

    Paul Ryan was born a turd will die a shit.
    Excepting Tucker, Fox has always been shit.

    Fox, 6th rate Bari Weiss available.

    Have her get Tucker coffee.

  60. Goddard says:
    @Realist

    he is fixated on the China bad meme

    Bull. He talks about China being the bad actor that it is. During the Russia hoax, Tucker was especially good at contrasting the real challenge that China poses with the hysteria over RussiaGate. Again and again he said that 95% of the corrupt elite’s attention was on Russia and very little on China. Tucker said again and again that Russia is a middling power with a middling economy but China is a much more powerful rival.

    • Replies: @Realist
  61. Realist says:
    @Goddard

    Bull. He talks about China being the bad actor that it is.

    Your comment is about Carlson’s obsession with China.

    China is a very miniscule problem for the US. This country is screwed up do to it’s own actions…nothing China did. Simpleton people are being distracted by the China bad meme.

    The Deep State is concerned about China putting a stop to US belligerence and hegemony which in part gives the Deep State it’s wealth and power…it has no relevance to 99% of Americans.

  62. Dr. Charles Fhandrich [AKA "Dr.C. Fhandrich"] says:

    Today’s Americans of all kinds, are essentially cowards in the face of crisis and expect someone else to do the necessary work required of them by the Constitution and the history of the nation. They know their representatives have failed them, expect for the president and that is why so many hate the president, to wit, he is the symbol , the leader that underlines their cowardice. Trump is a brave man. He is in constant danger and could be done away with at any time. The public would simply accept it like they did with President Kennedy, to cowardly to demand answers from the authorities, who continued to make fools of Americans for years. Of course it was easy.

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