Tucker Carlson and Mark Steyn Discuss Political Violence…

Fox host Tucker Carlson interviews Mark Steyn and together they discuss the current state of left-wing political violence.

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151 Responses to Tucker Carlson and Mark Steyn Discuss Political Violence…

  1. Thurstan says:

    Rudy Giuliani for interim FBI director.

    Liked by 16 people

  2. wheatietoo says:

    I think Mark Steyn reads the Treehouse.
    We’ve been saying the same thing here…for a long time.

    waves to Mark

    Liked by 27 people

  3. carterzest says:

    The left I encounter have no debate in them. 2-3 exchanges before name calling, obfuscation, ridicule and marginalization. Had it happen tonight with a good VW friend. He posted a pic of Trump tower Chicago with some gibberish about its comparison to George Orwell’s 1984.

    Him: “Staring up at this commercial beacon of our new regime was a feeling i cannot explain. What a wonderful perspective, for anyone, to stand beneath this lording symbol of government. It is the most cliche dystopian plot…I would never pay to see the movie.”
    Me: “That is a Fantastic and Beautiful building. I bet the neighboring buildings are Hugely happy that the building is tiered as such as it lets more sunlight down to the streets, and, I understand that sunlight is the best disinfectant. ”
    Him:” the guise of government has never been used to promote the McDonalds agenda, so no. I continually applaud and marvel at the ingenious burger-tycoon business model as often as I think to do so, and find it unfortunate our society has become such a victim of the success of their product, and the culture created around it. I’ll assume the the “posturing” comment was only ironically dropped by you considering it was less than 2 minutes after you proposed your question, right my friend?
    Being of the arts and literature ilk and education, I can’t help noticing the symbolism, it is astonishing, to films like “Brazil” and Robocop, literature such as Orwell’s 1984, and Shakespeare’s King Lear (for instance). Sci-Fi and dystopian authors have playfully toyed with the “gradation” in government’s pursuit of general welfare vs personal wealth, and sitting at the foot of that structure gave me the opportunity to consider just how this may play out. I can’t be more clear about any version of homage to government. By the people, for the people is (essentially) where we started. An entity hoarding and lording over basic human needs as a governing body in the name of anything besides bettering a people is generally going to go against, well, everything we are trying to accomplish in this world, right?
    We are running a business, and we are always selling…but the threshold for success, standing at the base of that tower, does not align with the objectives of so many on this earth. Nor does the posturing of a an autocratic and self-serving government, no matter who is at the helm. I hope this is entirely melodrama, but to not acknowledge the conflicts of interest arising in this government is ignorant, and maligned with that earlier bit…by the people, for the people.”
    Me: “Trump will do a great job and he is doing a great job. Really depends on the lenses you view his presidency through. If only the Left would let him have a chance as we let oBama have his chance. The constant negative media attention is really working against the Left. I cannot watch a single late night TV program anymore. There really are only about 2, one hour TV news programs I can tolerate as well, and surprisingly, they are not all on Fox. The pendulum swings my friend, 4-8 years of one party, 4-8 years of the other. Van Hugs!”

    He unfriended me. See how that works.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      “Dystopian” is the new word that Leftys are using in an attempt to make themselves sound “intelligent”. Too funny.

      A Dem friend used it last week. First time I’d ever heard her use it. And boy, did she sound smaaaht when she said it. (!)

      A Trump friend and I went to see 1984 a few weeks ago. The Dem Party “Indivisible” group sponsored the film at different Lefty venues around the country like Unitarian Churches, etc.

      It was a hoot to sit there and wonder how long it would take these knuckleheads to Wake Up and figure out that everything the book talks about is applicable to the DEM Party, not the Repubs.

      Bunch of effing idiots. Just pathetic.

      Liked by 31 people

      • willvecchio says:

        I don’t think Unitarian and church belong together in the same sentence.

        Liked by 12 people

      • dekester says:

        Thank you Sunnydaze,

        Your humour is much appreciated, as I need to lighten up. There is a ” church” round the corner from me, that ” features” a Social Justice movie each Wednesday. The advertise out front of the building, on their notice board. You should see the group of nutbars that attend that drivel.

        That used to be easy for me, but the constant stream of negativity towards your fine President puts me in a fight mode. The MSM is relentless. Up here in Canada you will find otherwise sane people. Completely lose it at anything to do with your President.

        They know nothing about PDJTs successes, because our local sports and ” news” channels, all rely on your networks for anything hat is happening Stateside.

        Add to that the arrogance of our own media. one try’s to ignore the media. But they are nearly everywhere.

        PDJT has millions of supporters up here, but it is a challenge.

        Good gracious, your scheming Obama was in Montreal a week or so ago, and there was a flock of six thousand sheep at his for pay speech.

        Of bless PDJT.

        Liked by 7 people

      • relictele says:

        If you paid tens of millions of people to do nothing but eat, sleep, drink, smoke, get high and breed and then opened the national borders to anyone who wanted to join them you might get something like dystopia.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Esperanza says:

          Don’t know if you saw the film Elysium… Pâle copy of a TOS epidemic, but. Down on earth was horrendous, up there was gorgeous. They never addressed why down there was horrible and why you wouldn’t want to make earth as good as up there rather than the other way round.

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          • steph_gray says:

            1984 was always about socialism’s tyranny and propaganda machine (EngSoc was the name of the system in the story).

            Hunger Games always seemed to me to portray quite effectively the Washington Elite versus the rest of suffering America!

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      • AZmama says:

        I read 1984 in either the 8th or 9th grade in the 80’s and I knew I could never be a Democrat. It scared me right into the arms of the Republican party. When I learned in the 10th grade that Democrats created the KKK, I knew I had made the right decision.

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        • jackphatz says:

          But now we see the Republican’s offer nothing either. It’s just time for change. Trump was elected to make a difference and he will. Hopefully as much as we need,. But it’s time to change the direction of politics in America. Neither Party is right for the coming end of the Great Generation and the Boomer Generation. We have been the stalwarts of the Constitution. Time to create new political Party.

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      • Bendix says:

        I was going to say that, that these pseudo-leftists love to engage in debate, using high-falutin’ language that they just got off the internet, but it never has anything to do with the reality at street level.
        When you call them on in, they get really nasty.
        I particularly like, when I even bother to speak to these awful people, to bring up something like the ‘cadillac tax’ included in Obamacare, which was set to go off this year. Ask them what they think about the effects that would have had.
        It becomes embarrassingly clear that they have no idea what they are talking about.

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    • nimrodman says:

      “… to stand beneath this lording symbol of government”

      That makes absolutely no sense.
      If it’s a “symbol” of anything, it’s a symbol of free enterprise.

      Liked by 5 people

    • rhcrest says:

      I can’t even understand all that gibberish he wrote.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Esperanza says:

      I’ve just been unfriendly metaphorically by a 30 year friend. Because I was upset at being surrounded by migrants at 6 30 am. Bearing in mind the last time that happened I was sexually assaulted by one. I am so sick of liberal emotional abuse. He voted for Corbyn. I don’t call him nasty names. I think he’s a good intelligent person, maybe I’m wrong, maybe he can see something I can’t. I’m sick of it. He claimed Sarah Halimi ‘s death didn’t happen because it wasn’t reported in WaPo. Then he hung up on me.

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    • dbobway says:

      I see only one way left.

      It is time for people to start getting arrested and convicted of crimes against our Republic. It needs to be deliberate and definite. I believe Jeff Sessions is enemy #1 to a no longer peaceful coup.

      I still wonder if 50 years of the wall of indoctrination in our Public schools can be busted through to TEACH these people why they live in the best country in history.

      Because we have laws, based on Christian faith, that created this magic place.

      Communism will only succeed when there is no longer a place outside the wall of serfdom that is greener.

      Our Republic is the no.1 enemy of communism. They have infiltrated the infrastructure of our Republic, as you explained very eloquently. The infiltrators must be expose and purged from our society.

      If we can’t do it with our vote, then our United State has been invaded by an enemy and we will have to defend our sovereignty by whatever means at our disposal.

      Liked by 5 people

    • gailcb says:

      I consider myself fairly intelligent, but I have absolutely no idea what your former friend is talking about. It’s as if it were written in Greek

      Liked by 2 people

    • Aparition42 says:

      Even after all the mind-boggling cognitive dissonance of the left I’ve seen, I still have trouble believing they actually have the gall to claim 1984, of all books, for their own.

      Hey semi-literate lib/progs. YOU are the commie/socialists Orwell warned us about. Twisting 1984 to support your cause is the ultimate act of doublethink.


  4. Archie says:

    I disagree with Steyn and a million other people on the republican side that seem to think that there are no haters on the right. I had to quit going to RedState because of the idiocy and Brietbart can be pretty bad as well. The difference is the republican people don’t form groups like BLM or Antifa.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Think they’re talking about hate that’s directed at Dems, overtly.

      Pretty sure they’re aware of what went down around the Repub Primaries, etc.


    • georgiafl says:

      Well, yes – globalists and elitists have been hateful and disdainful and intolerant toward Trump and his ‘vulgarians’.

      I was banned at Right Scoop where I had commented for 8 years because of supporting Trump and telling the truth about Ted Cruz.

      Some of the hate, etc. is about money and some is about ideology and agenda.

      Liked by 11 people

      • georgiafl says:

        The main goal of the leftists (and Islamists) is to SILENCE and EXTINGUISH debate, dissent and opposition – by any means possible – violence is acceptable to them.

        Liked by 13 people

        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          Georgia . FL. Yes. Another suppression strategy happens in college classrooms and other places. It is this scam: “surely we can discuss this issue and all arrive at some consensus.” Then the crazy eyed program leading the discussion to some desired conclusion.

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      • SpanglishKC says:

        The Right Scoop…. hehe, I am sure you are not missing anything…

        During the election and for a short time after I would go there and troll the nevertrumpers for laughs…they are not the brightest bulbs on the tree over there. They love to stew in their bitterness

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Globalists and elitists have been hateful and vicious to Americans who don’t agree with them; they own most of the propaganda media. Another example, many scientific careers destroyed because of not following the globalist global warming line with their pocket lines with gold for all the windmills, murderous solar installations, and numerous other scams.

      Liked by 2 people

      • graciegram says:

        Right on. And don’t forget the scientists who sell their credibility for more global warming research grants that produce whatever the funder wants.

        Liked by 2 people

    • coltlending says:


      Wingnuts be Wingnuts.

      But, there is an important distinction.

      We went through 8 years of Obama where in the course of those years we saw clear evidence of laws broken, America made weaker and governance by Obama edicts and yet we saw nothing from the Right like we have seen from the Left since the Primaries.

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      • redtreesquirrel says:

        Absolutely right Coltlending. What the Right (and even some Democrats) did instead was to vote for a real arbiter of change – Donald Trump. The majority didn’t like what the Leftists or the RINOs were doing. The only violence occurring was aimed at us! This is still happening now.

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    • AM says:

      The problem is most of today’s conservatives would be wildly liberal in 1920, except for a few on the alt-right. And liberals don’t “do” love, they don’t “do” patriotism. Society as whole as moved so far left that we’re not understanding that many conservatives have some traditional preferences, but not the old European/American worldviews. They are liberal in worldview and only divided from the far left on a few issues.

      There is something about Trump that people react to in the very core of who they are, which I think reveals the rot of all society, left and right.

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  5. fleporeblog says:

    Mark Steyn is right! We need to destroy the bastards that only crave big government and power.

    I shared this video a week or so ago and mentioned that by 2018, it would be a full 1 minute commercial rather than a 31 second commercial. This is being played in the 6th congressional district in GA.

    I never thought what happened today would be something that very easily can be included in this commercial. I PRAY that Rep. Scalise makes a full recovery. We have to take our country back and Republicans should not be embarrassed to run this damn video with a piece from today! They can use the video SD shared with shots being fired and Rep Scalise lying on the field as evidence.

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  6. belle819 says:

    Thank you Sundance, Mark Steyn is one of the few political talking heads I can stand to hear, do hope common sense will make a comeback.

    Liked by 6 people

  7. Newman says:

    Love Steyn!!!!

    Liked by 5 people

  8. yucki says:

    Stunning observation.
    Shallow, frustrated, angry, and empty. That’s all they are. Just boiling masses of negative energy.
    “Get a life!”
    Channel that mess of ugly into something – if not productive – at least harmless.
    Who knows? Might just wake-up one morning, and find that divine spark within each of us.

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    • livlovely101 says:

      My BIL, a Progressive Liberal Catholic, told his kids today that he doesn’t feel bad about the shooting in Virginia because the victims were all Republican.

      BOTH of his children said that’s not nice and the 12 year old told him he was “sick and twisted for thinking that way”…..

      He always makes comments like that when I’m within hearing range and I don’t respond at all. But when I do, I only tell the children that it’s sad that Dems have to be so nasty and hateful, and then I tell them what’s REALLY going on in our country.

      They are beginning to see how slanted the news and TV is and how the Dems are so full of hate. Even the 12 year old wants to see the Russian/Trump collusion, election interference evidence!

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  9. kinthenorthwest says:

    They have been using the race card & name calling since Obama won in 2008..
    I really really try to keep away from the names, but will admit that sometimes it is really hard
    Seems that very few on the left have any good argument, except that everyone on the Right are racist homophobics, and that is probably one of the nicer names.

    Liked by 7 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      The “nicest” one, I think, is “you’re not being ‘compassionate'”. But good luck trying to explain to them why the position, whatever it is, is not uncompassionate.

      They don’t want to hear it. Their minds are made up.

      Thus you get wealthy Dems whose kids are lucky to have a decent Public School to attend and are Absolutely Positively against decent Charter Schools for the not so fortunate poor kids from other neighborhoods.

      No…YOU”RE the uncompassionate one because you want all kids to have access to a decent education.

      These Democrats will not allow you to confuse them with facts. They will just call you “uncompassionate” and talk/scream over you.

      DOOMED to ignorance and PERFECT Tools of whoever wants to use them in whatever way.

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      • Esperanza says:

        I once got called far right for saying I thought it was good that the Chinese had jobs and we’re coming out of millennial poverty. Don’t ask the rationale they gave, I don’t remember, off the wall.

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  10. Marica says:

    Do you know what scares me right now? VP Pence has not been in front of cameras…I LOVE Pence.. but think about this..Scalise is 4th in line-then Ryan–then Pence …then… This is super deep state and scary…However, Not only does PDJT have this…But so does GOD!…so I am gonna stop being scared…

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    • Aintree77 says:

      Great point. I never thought about that.

      Liked by 2 people

    • xyzlatin says:

      Are you saying that the Deep State is trying to pick off Trump by practicing on his substitutes, starting at number four in the accession with a moron who according to gun enthusiasts, is a terribly poor shot? Not logical to me.

      Liked by 2 people

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Fake news? The Whip isn’t even in the succession order. Now he might take the majority leader’s place if the majority leader changed, but I can’t think of any real succession that matters. IMO the position ITSELF is important – clearly Scalise had protection because or that.


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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Wolf, thanks for posting that. I had heard earlier that the Whip was in the line of succession and it has been many a year since I was in school so it caught my attention and I wondered why it was I hadn’t learned that. Ha. Now I know. It isn’t true.

          I appreciate your looking it up and posting it. You can’t believe ANYTHING any more. I was always skeptical, but in the last year I have become so blatantly mistrustful I go very, very carefully before I believe something. And even then, I get caught sometimes. What a world.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Our enemies have actually experimented with disinformation on this site, and in other places, too. That’s why I make it a point to make them pay for every case of fake news. Whether I can link it to one group, one org, one company, or just “the Hillary media”, I always make them suffer the blame for assaulting us. The higher a price they pay in lost credibility, the sooner this stuff is over.

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            • MaineCoon says:

              Thank you for fighting the disinformation. I do believe some of it is intentional, but, on occasion, some are just misinformed. Always good to post ones supporting evidence and when I haven’t saved a link and can’t find it at least I post the disclaimer of same.

              Thanks for the link.

              I appreciated the discussion yesterday which disputed that the concept tht the Whip was even in the succession order. He isn’t.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Who would become Whip if Scalise were to die? We could have influence on motive right there.


      • dogsmaw says:

        What you need to ask…Who is the Democrat Governor of Louisiana likely to appoint.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

          It wouldn’t matter. The House Repubs would just choose their own replacement whip from within the ranks, just as they choose a Speaker each session. Besides, don’t members of the House have to be elected by the people of the State (House district) per the Constitution? Like MT and upcoming GA race. I think only Senators can be appointed to finish terms.


          • Sherlock says:

            You are right. The state must schedule a special election to appoint a replacement in the event a house member dies or resigns. The governor does not appoint, even temporarily.


    • dogsmaw says:

      Scalise is NOT in line :oP

      Liked by 4 people

  11. Donna in Oregon says:

    Be patient, pray. We will know with cold anger. America are still a young Republic. Thomas Jefferson has a calming take on our current situation. It seems this is nothing unusual in our history.

    It is its natural manure.” –Thomas Jefferson to William Stephens Smith, 1787. ME 6:373, Papers 12:356 The first sentence, “The tree of liberty must be refreshed with the blood of tyrants and patriots.” means that if liberty is to exist, there will forever be a struggle of free people with the forces of tyranny.

    Extract from Thomas Jefferson to William Stephens Smith

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  12. Marica says:

    Think about this..The shooter was at home plate –not initially–but during this shooting..If he turned around..he could have shot the people in the dugout like shooting fish in a barrel…how come only the 4th in line was shot? –besides of course the heroic police.. with a frickin ar15?


  13. Grandma Covfefe says:

    These Radical Democrat terrorists have low intelligence. They have Low, if any, reasoning. They are incapable of thinking outside the box. They are brainwashed, as Hitler did to his soldiers. They are told over and over what the (fake) facts are. They repeat what they are told to say, over and over. It is very difficult to shake them away from the lies. They are Zombies–amoebian zombies, but quick to attack and harm.

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    • Chuck says:

      Hitler didn’t brainwash his soldiers. The administrations prior to him, along with what was considered the news and education systems back then did that. When Reagan said we are only 1 generation away from losing our freedoms he wasnt making stuff up , he was looking at an historic example.

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  14. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    Is he the guy always subbing for Rush?

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Aintree77 says:

    Steyn made more clever and insightful comments in less than 5 minutes than many of the moderate FNC hosts on multiple host shows say in a week or a month. His contrary opinion about the need more rational disunity than unity was brilliant. Mark has never been shy to go against the conventional wisdom and he’s right again.

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  16. MOA says:

    Yep, US tv commentators always sound like they’re stroking someone. Prevarication on wheels.
    Steyn’s clarity is something for them to aim for.
    It’s his old time the English education that does it.
    It’s like the fact that American comedy could never approach the nuances of Monty Python…..

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Sometimes I think it never approached Benny Hill!


    • dekester says:


      Great post, and as many will know. A significant number of your TV shows were knock offs of Brit shows.

      Even All in the family was a Brit knock off, the original Archie Bunker was a character called Alf Garnett. That show was based on an East London character.

      Mark Steyn is ” Gold”


  17. zephyrbreeze says:

    We can’t forget that an important reason to stay in power for Democrats is to cover up their sins – and crimes. I found this reminder over at Voat.com/v/pizzagate

    As many of us may already know, Steve Scalise a congressman and advocate against human trafficking, has been shot and critically injured.

    Many of us may not realize that on May 25th, less than a month ago, Steve Scalise posted a public YouTube video about stopping human trafficking and how to go about changing the laws surrounding this terrible crime.

    The news outlets are painting a picture that it was an angry anti-republican Bernie Sanders supporter as an attempt to further draw our people apart. We must remember that the elite pedophiles are not only democrats, they are republicans and a mix of other ‘untouchables’.

    Keep remembering to spread the word and wake others up. It is hard to deny the truth when it is staring you in the face.

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  18. Aintree77 says:

    The Democrats and Mueller could definitely take down a nation with their interminable and divisive witch hunts against a sitting President and all of his advisers and staff. How many times have the busy leaders of the Intel agencies been asked or ordered to appear before a Committee–Ans. too damn many and now it is Big Shot Special Counsel Mueller’s turn to harass and grill them.
    Is Rosenstein this incredibly naive, myopic or clueless or his he a willing participant in the anti Trump take-down like Comey.

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  19. theresanne says:

    Mark Steyn had posted this video just before news of the shooting, predicting something like this was going to happen.

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  20. Peter says:

    I’ve posted here many times, this video of this progressive from offshore saying the exact same thing – this was simply the best and most honest response to Trump that I heard and have heard – it echoes the point Tucker and Mark make – the left is ISIS

    Best response to trump election – salty, potent language


    • Peter says:

      Sundance – you should post this again, this guy the morning after the election nails Mark Steyns point, exactly, albeit with much more passion and skill.

      It is the only video that explains completely why the left is out to silence their opponents said by someone who is out to win the argument – one of the few, fair competitors in the game of politics.

      The left should be crushed on Tuesday (GA-12). Can’t wait to see how people react to shooting ones opponents. That just doesn’t fit into the American system. Not my America anyway.

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    • Charlie says:

      Liberal education has taught them NOT to critically think hence the mind numb robots.
      To ask liberals to communicate is a mountain too high to climb. Liberals you reap what you sow then act like petulant children when you run out of talking points.
      BS towel… President Trump won because he has America’s interests respecting the hard working man.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “Liberal education has taught them NOT to critically think hence the mind numb robots.[…}”

        And that is the crux of the matter. This is not by mistake. READ: Dumbing Down America

        ” […]the purpose of the school was to show how education could be changed to produce little socialists and collectivists instead of little capitalists and individualists. It was expected that these little socialists, when they became voting adults, would dutifully change the American economic system into a socialist one.

        In order to do so he analyzed the traditional curriculum that sustained the capitalist, individualistic system and found what he believed was the sustaining linchpin — that is, the key element that held the entire system together: high literacy. To Dewey, the greatest obstacle to socialism was the private mind that seeks knowledge in order to exercise its own private judgment and intellectual authority. High literacy gave the individual the means to seek knowledge independently. It gave individuals the means to stand on their own two feet and think for themselves. This was detrimental to the “social spirit” needed to bring about a collectivist society.[…]”

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        • steph_gray says:

          I then give great thanks for Algore’s invention of the Internet (humor intentional!).

          Yes the brainwashing has been intense and purposeful. But the “private mind” spoken of above can now find multiple sources of truth and facts online in seconds – prime example right here at this wonderful site. Many more daily are red-pilling themselves, and this includes many younger people.


  21. Realist says:

    LEFTARDS hey! No BRAIN and no SHAME and absolutely no idea what HYPOCRISY could possibly even mean. They do not THINK they merely EMOTE and often STUPIDLY, CRIMINALLY and VIOLENTLY.


  22. georgiafl says:

    Shutting down CIVIL DEBATE is the primary tactic of the left from Socialists to Globalists to Islamic Supremacists.

    That’s what Political Correctness is all about – PC really stands for PUNITIVE CONFORMITY, Power and Control of all speech and exchange of ideas and money and ultimately actions.

    IF someone ‘dares to differ’ they are punished and bullied into conformity BAMN – By Any Means Necessary. THIS IS TYRANNY at its cruelest.

    The only way to fight them is to enact laws against this sort of behavior and group/system and then dare to enforce it.

    That goes for Academics, Political groups and also Islam.

    If we can shut down fiscal bullies with laws against Monopolies and RICO entities, we can shut down social, political and ideological bullies.

    The Left knows Trump, Sessions, Mnuchin, Ross and Tillerson and the rest this Administration can and will do this.

    We must stand head to head against the tyranny of our times.

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  23. sDee says:

    Nothing happens per chance in the global scheme of things.

    The global elites have long known America’s constitutional republic must fall. And in the name of progress , compassion and political correctness, we have let them pit us against one another by income, race, gender, age, party, eduction level, geography, culture, national origin, political party, citizenship and religion. It has reached fever pitch.

    As Plato and Socrates long ago observed, the only essential division is freemen vs natural slaves. Those who have always sought to rule men rather than lead them, know this well. They’ve convinced us that we know better.

    As the divisions intensify the essential division will boil up.


  24. Lburg says:

    “They” have been testing the country’s mettle for a long time while training their ‘soldiers’.

    I just did a site search using the terms ‘teen mob’ and was sadly surprised by the number of articles just here in the tree. Clicked on some random articles. One from three years ago struck me – the perps are now youngish 20 somethings who have already successfully and violently disrupted an entire city.


    I know that the current administration will deal with the violence in a much different way than the prior one did, but it is important to remember that the ‘teens’ are now older, more seasoned and more brainwashed.

    As SD pointed out in one of his older articles, situational awareness is critical for our own well being.

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  25. MIKE says:

    I’ll be glad when TCTH posts the next positive and informative story on the accomplishments and excellent giant strides our great President is making.
    Because of yesterday’s tragic event, and the predictable non reaction and inability of holding people accountable for this stuff, even flipping the narrative upside down so the final product paints conservatives as the evil haters, well, good people,
    And the frustration is compounded knowing facts mean nothing to haters. They’re just gonna hate.
    I wish House Whip Steve Scalise a swift and complete recovery. Absolutely fantastic that the soon to be proven greatest president ever took time to visit this man and his family in their hour of need.
    It’s a shame the 11:00 news is back on track with the conspiratorial garbage against our President, instead of highlighting his unselfish visit.
    But then I remind myself that their target audience is none to bright.


  26. Michael says:

    God save us from peaceful leftists do-gooders.

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  27. Ozzie says:

    Are we conservative Americans the ones who need to go to jail? Are we seeing everything upside down? Because it seems we are the ones who did all this lawless behavior, according to the gospel of obama and the left.
    Insanity! We need to shift our thinking and actions to confine the left to their playpen. They have proven they have no responsibility for their actions. They deserve no attention, AT ALL.

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    • saveedra says:

      The Russian Hoax Witch Hunt must stop now! Republicans grow a spine! Turn off fake news, boycott Hollywood, do not continue to be silent. We must speak out and speak the truth. God help America.


  28. Scalia and Scalise….I’m beginning to wonder.


  29. sDee says:

    The media silence on this shooting is deafening. We all remember the weeks of non-stop coverage an condemnations after the Giffords shooting.

    We are truly in a dangerous state of mass propaganda.

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    • yy4u says:

      We became a Banana Republic under Barack Obama but nobody noticed because the media covered for him. Hillary Clinton was to be a place holder for Kamala Harris or Corey Booker in 2020. Obama weaponized/politicized the IRS, NSA, CIA, FBI and was on his way to politicizing the military by getting rid of generals/admirals like Flynn and Rogers. It was Marxist Totalitarianism by ballot. Venezuela experienced the same thing. They VOTED in Chavez and Manduro in basically bloodless coups — exactly what we’re seeing in America. The Globalists go along/went along with it because in any truly totalitarian society the super rich are protected IF they go along with the dictators. Notice how they all sucked up to Obama? Didn’t they do the same to Chavez when he was first elected? No the coup isn’t so bloodless thanks to a nutcase on the Left who took it a step too far, and the media are spinning like crazy.

      I heard Brian Kilmeade on radio today talking about how the Republicans need to compromise to “get stuff done”. When have the Democrats every compromised? It was the first and last time I will listen to Kilmeade.


    • Orygun says:

      It truly comes down to having over half the population who believe in the President but not having half the media to voice our sentiments. As long as they continue to have a monopoly over the broadcast stations we will never have a voice to counter their narrative.

      This overwhelming bias needs to be dealt with so we have a voice of reason to counter the constant drumbeat of the left. The internet is great but it can’t balance the constant disinformation that is being pushed by having CNN blaring out of every waiting room in the U.S.. To counter the bias we would have to have ABC and CBS supporting our President and our ideals in a more balanced world with conservative values.

      The brainwashing has to stop.


  30. LibertyVibe says:

    Representative Scalise was targeted because he was going after pedophiles. He had just made a PSA about it. http://wp.me/p7kZHT-C3

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