I know I am not alone in saying that Tucker Carlson’s monologues should be mandatory viewing for anyone invested in personal liberties and the future outcomes of this once-great nation. Few with Tucker’s charisma, intelligence, insights, and eloquence are able to pull the curtain down on the Regime so effectively in such short time.
Carlson’s latest monologue further evidences this nonpareil journalistic talent. Reflecting on the complete partisan and weaponized nature of our federal institutions, the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation chief among them, he lays bare the horrific reality of these supposed “neutral” and “apolitical” agencies tasked with only preserving the law as written.
For sure, it’s not as if we needed any more reminders, but in just a few minutes Carlson provides the coup de grace that our country has failed us, has turned on us, and though he doesn’t say it here, essentially outlines the only path out of this. We need to defund, dismantle, and eradicate every last vestige of these banana republic entities. They are rotten and corrupt to the core.
Listen as Tucker goes on the attack of the weaponized DOJ and FBI for their heinous involvement in targeting lawyers and non-violent trespassers on January 6th.
This country is simply unrecognizable now. As Carlson notes, the specific assault on Trump-associated attorneys for the specific reason that they are within his orbit should terrify everyone. As he said during the monologue: “People used to be allowed to have lawyers and speak to them privately.”
This is a fundamental cornerstone to freedom. The presumption of innocence, the ability to defend oneself against charges, and the protection from unreasonable searches and seizures all appear to have been discarded in the name of politicized, highly partisan, and unquestionably selective attacks.
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It only becomes more outrageous when considering that both Hillary and Hunter have been untouched for considerably worse and more obvious crimes. We have proof of their illicit and nefarious deeds. The fact that Hunter Biden can violate gun laws, tax laws, engage in legally-questionable and certainly immoral sexual conduct, and make tens of millions of dollars while his father holds office – all while avoiding every possible inquiry – is proof enough the system is broken.
Throw in the fact that decent Americans are being railroaded by their taxpayer funded institutions and its enough to make you want to revolt.
What’s truly insane is that those within Trump’s orbit are being harassed and humiliated for having questioned the outcomes of the 2020 presidential election. Rudy Guiliani specifically played a big role in trying to suss out the truth in Georgia, and for question Georgia’s electoral validity is now being investigated.
Carlson wastes no time in pointing out the blatant hypocrisy of questioning the results of elections.
“Isn’t that something Stacety Abrams has made a career of doing? Yes. But Republicans no longer have that right.”
After discussing the huge attack on Trump-associated lawyers and associates, including Rudy Guiliani, Steve Bannon, and their own legal counsel, Carlson then goes on to highlight the mind boggling treatment of non-violent, criminal record-free defendants from January 6th.
Though no one talks about it, almost one thousand regular Ameircans with no past criminal records and charges only of misdemeanor trespass have been rotting in fetid prison cells. This says nothing of the role FBI provocateurs played that day in getting peaceful protestors to storm the Capitol building. Can you say entrapment?
Tucker Carlson does a nightly service to this country. His monologue here should end any hope that we can save these evil institutions. It is time to start over.
Hailey Sanibel fiercely loves freedom. She equally detests evil and stupidity, both of which are out of control in the modern world. She is a regular contributor at The Blue State Conservative.
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