Tucker Blasts Globalist Response to Coronavirus: ‘They’d Let You Die Before They Admitted That Diversity is Not our Strength’
Fox News host Tucker Carlson is brutalizing the globalists over their response to the coronavirus pandemic, which involves outrage regarding supposedly racist concerns about China and immigration.
“For weeks, the media told you it was wrong to worry about the coronavirus, a mysterious, highly communicable lethal disease spreading rapidly around the world … ” Carlson said during the Monday edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” “If you think maybe we ought to take some steps to protect ourselves from it, then you’re a bigot.”
“Countless publications wagged their fingers in the face of readers and told them it was irrational, probably immoral, in fact, to worry more about the coronavirus than the annual flu,” Carlson added. “Identity politics trumped public health and not for the first time. Wokeness is a cult. They’d let you die before they admitted that diversity is not our strength.”
Carlson noted that the coronavirus continues to spread rapidly, despite the minimization attempts by the fake news. Many commentators have been happy to spread Chinese communist propaganda about how everything is under control when that couldn’t be further from the truth.
“What began as a regional outbreak in the city of Wuhan, China, is now spreading across Europe. Parts of Italy are shut down tonight. Catholic services and, in some places, funerals have been suspended indefinitely,” Carlson said. “South Korea has confirmed close to a thousand cases of the disease so far. Japan is reporting infections at the same level. The virus has even been reported in Iran.”
“Apparently, international sanctions don’t stop the coronavirus,” Carlson added.
Carlson also warned that the virus would soon be headed to the United States, with public officials being too concerned about appearing racist than to take drastic measures to stop it from spreading.
“On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) warned that it is, ‘possible, even likely’ that America will have a general coronavirus outbreak as well,” Carlson said. “Officials in our country have reported about three dozen cases of the virus in the U.S. so far. But that’s a misleading number. The truth is, we have no real idea how many Americans are infected. Why? Here’s why. As of yesterday, only three public health labs in the entire country were properly equipped to detect the virus.”
“Fewer than 500 people in America have even been tested for coronavirus out of a population of 327 million,” Carlson added. “Keep in mind that 5.5 million people ride the New York City subway every day. “Worried yet? This could be serious.”
The CDC is very worried, and they confirmed Carlson’s worst fears on Tuesday, letting Americans know that it’s only a matter of time before their lives are impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. It is no longer if, but rather when the virus starts causing calamity throughout America if it hasn’t begun already.
They made the announcement today for the public to prepare for the worst:
Nancy Messonnier, director for the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, suggested during a call with reporters that transmission of the illness is inevitable in the U.S. She urged Americans to think about how they would plan to take action, at a household level, if this virus disrupts communities in the U.S. in the weeks and months to come. That could include widespread closures of schools and businesses, and the cancellation of major events that could draw large crowds and spread the virus.
The virus has spread quickly outside of China, notably in Italy and Iran, where community transmission has taken hold. That means it is practically impossible to trace the illness to whoever introduced the virus to a particular community. This reality has prompted U.S. public health officials to shift their strategy to contain and mitigate the virus. That dual approach “will delay the emergence of community spread in the U.S.,” Messonnier said.
Messonnier has held regular briefings on the outbreak since January, but her tone on Tuesday was markedly more urgent than in previous calls.
As more and more countries experience community spread, successful containment at U.S. borders will be increasingly difficult, Messonnier said, adding that she wanted to set the American people’s expectation that “this might be bad.” The momentum and nature with which the virus is spreading renders the U.S. travel bans against some foreign nationals obsolete, some public health officials have warned.
The globalists would rather watch millions of Americans suffer and die than to admit that multiculturalism is a failure and diversity is not a strength.