Tucker Carlson: ‘Conspiracy Theory’ of White Supremacist Threat is the New ‘Russia Hoax’
As conservatives to line up and capitulate by supporting gun control, tech censorship, and other unconstitutional policies in the wake of this past weekend’s mass shootings, Fox News host Tucker Carlson is one of the few commentators with the courage to say the truth.
With media-fueled hysteria over white supremacists reaching a fever pitch in recent days, Carlson addressed the growing concern on his show, calling it a “conspiracy theory” on par with the “Russia hoax.”
“If you were to assemble a list, a hierarchy of concerns of problems this country faces, where would white supremacy be on the list? Right up there with Russia probably. It’s actually not a real problem in America,” Carlson noted.
He added that the combined membership of all the white supremacy groups throughout America could likely fit inside a college football stadium.
“This is a country where the average person is getting poorer where the suicide rate is spiking,” Carlson said, drawing light on the real pressing problems that face Americans.
To conclude his rant, Carlson exposed the agenda behind this pervasive smear from the media. With Russian collusion fantasies no longer gaining traction, this is another attempt by the political establishment to demonize President Donald Trump and cling to power.
“This is a hoax, just like the Russia hoax. It is a conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power. That’s exactly what’s going on,” Carlson said.
His entire rant can be seen here:
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“This is a country where the average person is getting poorer where the suicide rate is spiking! ‘White Supremacy that’s the problem,’ this is a hoax just like the Russia Hoax it’s a conspiracy theory used to divide the country & keep a hold on power.” pic.twitter.com/JRnqpmSqHV
— The Columbia Bugle ???????? (@ColumbiaBugle) August 7, 2019
Carlson’s truthful remarks have liberals on Twitter fuming with rage that their latest hoax has been exposed on a national platform. They are clamoring yet again for a boycott against Carlson’s advertisers.
Here’s Tucker Carlson saying that “white supremacy is a hoax” much like Russian interference in the election is a hoax.
Are we boycotting his advertisers, @slpng_giants?
Like @USAA? I mean, why advertise on Fox?#wednesdaywisdom #wednesdaythoughts
— Holly Figueroa O’Reilly (@AynRandPaulRyan) August 7, 2019
The El Paso shooter’s manifesto was almost indistinguishable from a Tucker Carlson monologue. 22 people are dead because of the same white supremacist talking points he espouses on TV. Of course Tucker doesn’t think white supremacy is a problem. He’s its spokesperson.
— Adam Best (@adamcbest) August 7, 2019
So, despite DOJ statistics and its current investigation, Tucker Carlson is not convinced that rising white supremacy is a problem.
He says that such concerns are “a “conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power. That’s exactly what’s going on.” pic.twitter.com/qgbEZ3Yemc
— Marcus Baram (@mbaram) August 7, 2019
Nevertheless, Carlson remains undaunted despite the outrage and the threats from the extremist, anti-white Left. He is one of the few on the right wing willing to speak truth to power against the media-fueled hysteria, as cowardice and capitulation becomes the new norm from conservatives.
With President Donald Trump being a frequent viewer of Carlson’s show, hopefully the President gets the message loud and clear after he endorsed gun control and Draconian tech censorship in a public statement earlier this week responding to the supposed threat of white supremacy.