Tucker Carlson Outlines Leftist Dependency on “The Mob” Mindset…

Fox News host Tucker Carlson is the latest target for the leftist horde.  In response to their ultimately predictable behavior, Carlson outlines their ‘bigger picture‘ objective.  Those who have followed the arc of leftist-advancement will note that within his counter-punch the remarks by Carlson are almost identical to those expressed by David Mamet.

Mamet famously stated, essentially: In order to advance their objectives, modern progressives, ie. ideological leftists, need to pretend not to know things; for it is only by pretense that leftists can avoid the inherent hypocrisy within their position.

[Recent Example: It is pearl-clutchingly immoral for Trump to call out (ie. ‘attack’) federal judges; meanwhile leftists currently attack the judge over the recent Manafort sentence.]

Ultimately the (im)moral and (non)virtuous professional leftist always accuses his opposition of what he, himself, is inherently guilty of doing.  Good segment:

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It is worth noting that part of the leftist severity in reaction to President Trump, is because Trump punches back against their politically correct hypocrisy.  That unapologetic push-back triggers them every time. The continued segment with Tammy Bruce is below:

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156 Responses to Tucker Carlson Outlines Leftist Dependency on “The Mob” Mindset…

  1. MaryfromMarin says:

    “Ultimately the (im)moral and (non)virtuous professional leftist always accuses his opposition of what he, himself, is inherently guilty of doing.”

    IOW, “psychological projection.”

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    • waltherppk says:

      *Psychological Projection* is a “Freudian slip” of a false accuser who unwittingly confesses to what they hope is their own *dirty little secret* concealed and undiscovered by others. Particulars of the false accusation identify what is the false accusers own offense attempted to be camouflaged by a *misdirection* of others.

      Criminal Psychology 101 is what is being described.

      It is also one of the NAZI propaganda techniques utilized by Josef Goebbels who taught
      “accuse the other side of that which you are guilty”

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        What amazes me is that some of the DUMBEST people use this tactic (psychological projection) effectively. People who never even went to college or studied this in PSY101, and yet they do it almost instinctively. In my experience, they are always Democrats. Always.

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        • It works because it is impossible to prove that you are not guilty of something of which you are not, in fact, guilty and any attempt to defend yourself is ‘proof’ that you take the accusation seriously and, therefore, the accusation must have some truth in it.

          You do not have to be particularly smart to look at a person, assess whether they are white or male and then accuse that person of being ‘racist’ or ‘misogynist’.

          You could probably teach a parrot to do it.

          I wouldn’t be surprised if someone hasn’t already done so.

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          • Peoria Jones says:

            I’ve known people who use these Alinsky tactics of projection, not for accusations of racism, but for all types of other things. For example, I work with a lazy, manipulative trouble-maker who is constantly trying get coworkers in trouble for the very things SHE herself is doing, and to the Nth degree!

            The woman is ignorant as sin, but extremely adept at this. I’m sure she’s never even heard of Saul Alinsky, nor has she taken any psy courses. But she IS a Demoncrap. I don’t know if these people learn how to be this way as children, or if it’s a genetic flaw – but it’s instinctual and habitual.

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      • Kevin says:

        “accuse the other side of that which you are guilty” is also pure Alinsky, the democrat’s bible.

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        • Bob says:

          A lie told enough times becomes the truth….and other Nazi phase

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          • Mike says:

            Not true. Goebbels was referring to what the adversaries of Germany were doing, not advocating for it’s use.

            “The cleverest trick used in propaganda against Germany during the war was to accuse Germany of what our enemies themselves were doing.”

            https://research.calvin.edu/german-propaganda-archive/goeb59.htm

            Same is true about “The Big Lie.” Hitler was describing what he thought the Jews did, not advocating for it’s use:

            https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/hitler-on-the-big-lie

            I’m a stickler for the truth. There’s tons of fake Nazi quotes out there, a person has to dig in to find out what was really said.

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            • Mike says:

              adding: I was replying to waltherppk ^above^ in response to “It is also one of the NAZI propaganda techniques utilized by Josef Goebbels who taught “accuse the other side of that which you are guilty”

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              • waltherppk says:

                Part of my family is German and part is Russian. I have no affections for Bolsheviks nor ignorance about the ethnic origins of the “soviet mind”. Not all Russians are stinking Bolsheviks, and neither are all Jews their creators. I know a Rothschild who was a battle proven Bolshevik exterminator.

                My dear wife is half German / half Norwegian. I share a well satisfied admiration for German women that 800 years ago was described by Walther von der Vogelweide.

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            • waltherppk says:

              It is not a “fake Nazi quote”. Goebbels was a fanatical anti-semite genocidal psychopath, and the out of context quote is itself an example of projection. This becomes clear in context with the “total war” speech.

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      • Dave says:

        A variation is where Trump says some Unspeakable Truth, the mob denies it and calls him a hateful liar, then when it is clearly undeniable they blame Trump for causing it.

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        • Progressives hate truth as a vampire hates sunlight, and will destroy any who shine the light of TRUTH upon them..
          Tucker will not survive for long as his truths are piercing and irrefutable and Fox is a progressive owned purely profit driven company.

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          • RobInPA says:

            Good ‘Vampire’ analogy, but a ‘Cockroach’ analogy would be more fitting for our Progressive enemies.

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            • Roaches live off our waste and would exist without us, whereas vampires hate us because they need us and cannot survive without our blood, our life force that sustains and propells us to productive tasks. They are a parasite dependent on a single species, that if left to their devices will destroy their host and then lay dominate until another weak mind wanders by to become attached and controlled, used, and destroyed again.
              A cockroach is an innocent bystander by comparison simply scrounging to get by. A cockroach never took anything from me I hadn’t already abandoned.
              VAMPIRES

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          • angelus32000 says:

            Why do conservatives insist on using Marxist terms like “progressive”?

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            • GB Bari says:

              Where have you been? Have you read anything written by Progressive authors lately?
              That’s precisely the term the Left in America and elsewhere has been using for several years to define themselves.
              They dropped using “Liberal” awhile back. Guess it wasn’t radical enough for them.
              The term originated with Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, etc. back in the late 19th century/ early 20th century.

              Do a quick search on “American Progressive Movement” or “American Progressive era”.

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              • I have read quite a bit. The question is why do conservatives insist on using the Marxist’s definition of themselves. The same could be applied to the terms “anti-fascist”, “pro-choice”? Why do conservatives insist on handicapping themselves by using the terms deemed acceptable by the Marxists?

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                • GB Bari says:

                  Conservatives will generally call any group by the name that group has chosen. There’s no glory in misnaming the group.
                  Ultimately, however, the name “Progressive” will lose any respect it may still have and will be tarnished as badly as “Liberal” has been. By then the Left will probably be using another label to escape the notoriety.
                  It’s a non issue. We can even point to their constant problem with self-identification as stemming from their unwillingness to be honest about who they are and what ideology they truly represent.

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            • Judith says:

              Good catch. Marxism by any other name stinks just as bad. Another example of such word games is “peacekeeping forces” and also referring to illegal border jumping leeches as “immigrants,” as if sneaking into a country has anything whatsoever to do with immigration.

              Language is an important control mechanism, the Marxists know this, and we really need to get up to speed.

              We ALWAYS let Marxists control the narrative and this has GOT to stop.

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        • Austin Holdout says:

          That’s a different disorder Dave, TDS 101.
          Trump, looking up at a blue sky: “The Sky is blue”
          TDS sufferer: “Blue!? Well, I am shocked! Can you believe he claimed the Sky was blue?! Yea Trump, except for the 9 hours a day when it’s black, but you don’t see black do you, because you’re a white supremacist. Another Trump dog whistle to his Neo-Nazi sympathizers. And the Sky is black in Russia right now, so what encoded signal are you trying to send to your best buddy Putin, you Russian Asset who is too dumb to realize he’s under Putin’s mind control? Did you just send him our nuclear codes, you transphobic misogynist? As a matter of fact, the Sky is black over half the planet right now, but I’m sure you’re not going to apologize to the half a planet you just blatantly lied to, Mr. America First. The Sky is blue?! Geez, at least it’s not orange like you.

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      • andyocoregon says:

        CNN’S CEO Jeff Zucker was quoted yesterday as saying CNN is “propaganda”. Talk about projecting!
        Two weeks or more ago, a guest on Tucker Carlson’s show said CNN is “subversive propaganda”.
        So Zucker just parrots what someone said about his Fake News outlet.
        Liberals have no creative intelligence so they have to steal from those who do.

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  2. Carson Napier says:

    DJT already found out how it felt to be Galileo Galilei and now Tucker is finding out too. Today’s so-called “Progressives” are actually throwbacks to the Dark Ages.

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    • stringplayer55 says:

      The orthodoxy of the (supposed) 97% consensus on AGW is certainly an area where the “progressives” demonstrate their “group think” proclivity. Galileo would be quite familiar with the sort of orthodoxy that it takes to maintain the climate change narrative.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      Liberalism currently describes a mindset that embraces hypocrisy ie; change the facts to support a false premise. The modern use of the term “progressive” is a perfect example of the neo-liberal switcher-oo: progressive thought is actually regressive.

      …the professional leftist always accuses his opposition of what he, himself, is inherently guilty of doing…

      David Mamet …modern progressives, ie. ideological leftists, need to pretend not to know things; for it is only by pretense that leftists can avoid the inherent hypocrisy within their position.

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    • dd_sc says:

      Not a throwback, a continuation.

      USA was formed to escape that socio-political system; the “Progressives” have been trying to get it back ever since.

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    • People don’t really change. That’s why Shakespeare has such staying power.

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    • AdamSelene says:

      Galileo didn’t get in trouble for “science,” he got in trouble for being an insufferable twit refusing to do science and insulting everyone else about it. No one “demanded” that the earth be the center of the universe or the solar system. What heavenly bodies moved around which other heavenly bodies was up for debate. It’s not like no one had heard of Copernicus, who had not been excommunicated.

      However, when Galileo says “the earth moves around the sun,” the Jesuit astronomers came back with the obvious response: “but how do you explain the lack of stellar parallax? Prove it.” That is, if the earth is moving, why don’t the stars seem to move in relation to each other? The correct answer is “they do, but they’re so unfathomably far away that the movement is imperceptible to us.” Instead of providing evidence, Galileo wrote a book calling the Pope an idiot, and that’s what got him in trouble.

      The Jesuit astronomers were doing science. Galileo was not. He happened to be right, but that’s besides the point.

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  3. livefreeordieguy says:

    I never bought ‘Bow Tie Boy’ Tucker in the early CNN, etc days… Couldn’t stomach him… Now I see him as one of the smarter conservative voices in the media… He goes out of his way to say he is no “shill” for the the president… Okay… But, all the while, his common sense conservative commentary supports PDJT on the merits very well. And I admire Tucker’s courage… I believe him when he says he will never “bow to the mob”… and respect it.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      It’s a free country. People change.

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    • josco scott says:

      I wish he didn’t try so hard to be Trump-skeptic–but he’s articulate and about 90% right.

      Thoroughly enjoy the guy.

      He out-debates the Left and a few recognize it

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      • As many previous viewers of Fox have noticed their ‘island of conservative strength’ has gradually slipped to the left, Tucker has not. Tucker is one of the few at Fox News that are worth watching. Hopefully his bosses do not attempt to “JudgeNap-ize” him in retaliation.

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        • Survival in that world demands capitulation to progressives. Fox is owned by progressives and only allow Fox to remain neutral because of the audience. They need no excuse to shit left. As a news media they have desperately sought acceptance by the progressives and Fox is being used as a way of dragging the right towards the left through “normalization”.
          They have consistently eliminated anyone who dug very deeply into this. Watch them push Judge Pirro out. We saw them shut down Judge Nap, and now he has gone “centrist” to try and retain his “credibiility”.

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          • bayoukiki says:

            I gave up Nap about the same time he started dying his hair. I think the chemicals did something to his brain

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          • When J.P.MacMurphy (Jack Nicholson) came downstairs from the clinic. Back to the ‘cuckoos nest’ after his lobotomy……..re: I saw the transformation of Judge Nap several years ago.

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            • He was shown the light. His brief exposure to the camera changed his values. Survival trumps all. Now he finds himself struggling for relevancy. He’s taken the role of the “moderate” constitutional expert. We have so many as we witness our constitution evaporating into thin air.

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      • FelineFine says:

        Agree about Tucker always making it clear he’s not all in for Trump. It can really be annoying at times.

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    • Bullseye says:

      Love that Tucker gave the republicans a swift kick t the crotch…Maybe McCarthy might wake up

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  4. joeknuckles says:

    Haha! By attacking Tucker, Media Matters gave him an even bigger platform. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah!

    Liked by 16 people

  5. Go Get em Pirro says:

    I’m upset with the recent events of Judge Pirro and Fox after what happened Saturday in her describing accurately Ihlmar Ohman…

    What blows my mind is the Judge has a platform..did the right thing. Yet no military member has the brass to go out and say that she should be yanked off the foreign affairs committee! That’s appalling to me. Either way The judge rocks!!

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    • AdamSelene says:

      TBH I don’t want the military lower themselves to get involved in politics.

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      • GB Bari says:

        You’re WAAAYYYYY too late.
        That ship sailed a long time ago.

        Obozo purged most of the existing apolitical generals, replacing them with Progressive “Yes” Men.
        Hence, we now have Trannies, gender-confused, and openly gay in the military.

        All that social experimentation really enhances the fighting mindset of our soldiers. /sarc

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    • GB Bari says:

      Has there been any large effort to push back against Fox for their cowardly rebuke of Judge Jeanine?

      Where do we sign up to support the Judge and send a big message to the Murdoch soy boys and their limp-wristed lackeys in Fox News management??

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  6. Julia Adams says:

    On March 8th Sean Hannity said, “The Deep State House of Cards — Mark My Words — It’s About to Come Crumbling Down” He went on to say, “Everything We’ve Been Revealing about the Deep State in Two Years Will Soon Have Very Serious Ramifications.”

    Okay, Mr. Tick-Tock man, if you have something to report to end this insanity, put it out there because none of like what they are doing to Trump, Carlson and Pirro.

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  7. Carson Napier says:

    So the Dark Ages 2.0 Mob performed their latest inquisition, this time of Tucker Carlson, and again declared, “none may speak favorably of him by word of mouth, nor by writing, nor be under one roof with him.”

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      And, this time, Tucker Carlson gave the Dark Ages 2.0 Mob the Big Fat Middle Finger… as well he should have… PDJT’s refusal to back down and “take it” (as most Republicans have done) rubs off on a few….

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      • Carson Napier says:

        Fragment found from the mostly destroyed library of Time Traveler H.G. Wells –

        Candidate and then President Donald J. Trump was condemned by royalist democrats and royalist GOPe because he believed that America’s government should return to of, by and for the people, rather than of, by and for the royalists and their special interest money men. . This belief was dangerous heresy to them, and their pocketbooks, so royalists, democrat and GOPe, and their lackeys in the Dark Ages 2.0 MSM and their Rosenstein designated Presidential assassin, Inquisitor Mueller, performed their inquisition and declared, “none may speak with him by word of mouth, nor by writing, nor show any favor to him, nor be under one roof with him.” Donald Trump responded by running for and winning a second term as the American People’s MAGA President.

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      • stringplayer55 says:

        I haven’t always agreed with the way that President Trump has stated his case before the American people. But to the extent that he has the cajones to keep the fight going against the DNC (and their propaganda arm which is most of the media), I admire Trump as a transformative president. In getting the media to out their rabid selves before the public and overplay their hands (think Covington Catholic), #45 is truly transformative and I thank God daily that he is our President.

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        • tonyE says:

          Ay! Let’s get the vernacular correct. It’s “cojones”.

          “Cajones” is a drawer, as in a chest of drawers.

          MAGA.

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        • GB Bari says:

          I haven’t always agreed with the way that President Trump has stated his case before the American people.

          I have. And still do.

          Because all of the previous “polite” Presidents were steamrollered by the Leftwing eneMedia. Democrats don’t hold back in their lying and hyperbole-laden false charges against PDJT or any conservative who dares challenge their orthodoxy with facts and truth.

          Candidate Trump got my attention PRECISELY BECAUSE he was blunt, politically incorrect, and his sharp, direct words CUT THROUGH the manure-ridden gaseous politi-speak that was emanating from all of the other Establishment candidates.

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  8. mj_inOC says:

    Tammy Bruce came and spoke at our Tea Party pre-opening party for the Sarah Palin Documentary of ´The Undefeated,´ in Orange, CA.

    Tammy is fearless, just like Sarah!

    If she challenges Merkowski, [hopefully], let’s all get on Sarah’s Team… again!

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  9. Peoria Jones says:

    Moar Tammy Bruce, please.

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  10. Streak 264 says:

    This in retaliation for Tucker’s hit piece on Feinstein a few days back.
    He exposed her ties to fusion.

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    • NJF says:

      They’ve been gunning for him for a while now. I watch parts of his nightly broadcasts. As soon as he brings up one of his wacko guest I turn the channel, however.

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      • Bubba Cow says:

        yeah, that whole Tucker (Hannity) whupped a liberal thing with shouting over each other is just bad programming, in addition to stupid

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      • Remington..... says:

        NJF…..that seems to work in this household as well. “Tonight we have Sebastian Gorka, and democrap stra…’

        Click…

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      • FelineFine says:

        Yep, you and me both. Keep the remote in my hand to immediately change the channel when he starts debating the wackos. Refuse to waste any of my precious time on this Earth listening to him argue with insane morons.

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      • snellvillebob says:

        When he has that guy who resembles someone from Sesame Street or starts overtalking for more than 15 seconds I change to FOX business.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I think I just thought of a plan to help Tucker and Pirro.
      For some time now, I have not tuned in Fox at all, because of their near-total abandonment of righteous conservatism as a legitimate POV. But these two at least need a show of support.

      Henceforth I shall program my DVR to record every one of their shows from now until it becomes unnecessary. I’m assuming that will show up as +1 in their viewer stats.

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  11. Carson Napier says:

    It is virtually impossible for political correctness and virtue signalling not to go complete totalitarian (Socialist, Fascist, Islamic, 1984, whatever). It does not grow to a moderate level and then stop, as like cancer, that is not in it’s nature, nor in the nature of the inquisition conducting, self-appointed arbiters of proper speech and proper thought, who promote it. It is a bondage of the mind; a chaining of the intellect; a leash for those to be made mental slaves; a stifling, and ultimately a decapitation, of human liberty itself; a regression back to the Inquisitions of the Dark Ages.

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    • NJF says:

      Well said, and the way you stated it remind me of Kanye’s comments about slavery. And then they went after him.

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    • tonyE says:

      Totalitarians are in for pure and simple, POWER.

      This is clear in 1984.

      “The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power. Not wealth or luxury or long life or happiness: only power, pure power….”

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      • Bubba Cow says:

        of course, but what for? go further … do they need control? I think it is a pathology.

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      • angellestaria6674 says:

        1984, Brave New World and Animal Farm…

        A triad of books offering rich reading and insights very much applicable in the present war against individual freedom, liberty, justice, truth and free thinking.

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    • angellestaria6674 says:

      Carson:

      Hear! Hear!

      Academically and well said!

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  12. keeler says:

    This is all about targeting Fox News’ pending advertising purchases and using the private sector to censor wrongthink. Media Matters, The New Yorker, et all are conducting coordinated and timed political operations to pressure advertisers to “opt out” of buying Fox ad time. The Judge Pirro “controversy” may have been an opportune coincidence but is being folded into the larger plan.

    Rule of Thumb: Whenever the insufferable Brian Stelter is “covering” a media “controversy” you can be sure it is part of a larger, coordinated operation. Although clownish and easy to mock, he is a clearing house for media talking points and narrative framing. As such, his shrill histrionics have unintended value. Note his framing and what he chooses to emphasize, especially starting around 4:10.

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    • wendy forward says:

      No thanks. Hard pass on B.S.

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    • mj_inOC says:

      Guess Brian doesn’t understand Sharia…
      Clue #1: it’s an ideology, not a religion.

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    • Personally I’m appalled by the suggestion that Kagan is unattractive. What next, are they going to start disparaging the appearance of the President?
      As an old fart MALE, I will apologize to all women by saying YOU WANTED EQUALITY, so get off your dainty horse and take it like a man. I am absolutely SICK of everyone wanting equality…with benefits. What the hell is misogyny other than “maleness” proclaimed politically incorrect.? Why is it that we can trash Christians but not Jews or Muslims? Why is it we can disparage men but not women? Why is there ANY protected class of people. I thought we wanted EQUALITY when its anything but.
      And this crank talking about fear mongering on Islam. What in the he’ll has all this war and destruction been about for the last twenty years but shariua law.? Anyone with two brain cells knows that Islam IS sharia law, law in direct contradiction with US law. We have struggled with desperation of church and state since inception. Sharia LAW IS STATE.

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  13. alliwantissometruth says:

    Leftist ideology can only operate and / or thrive by deception and manipulation

    If we had honest schools and an honest media, the left wouldn’t stand a chance, yet we have generations of our young coming out of school completely manipulated and brainwashed, and they’ve been turned into unthinking lemmings

    Many more are barraged daily with media propaganda and lies, and not armed with the knowledge of freedom and American ideals, they succumb to the propaganda

    The democrat party elects young “hip” morons who speak the language of these half wits, furthering their descent into the abyss of propaganda and lies

    Reality, the absolute truth and common sense is the weapon that could stop this scourge, but without a functional brain able to think critically and rationally, many people in our country are unarmed in this fight

    The rise of leftism as something cool and hip, when in reality the ideology is being used by the elites to destroy those that support it, and their intentions are completely opposite of what the ideology espouses, is truly a tragedy

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    • angellestaria6674 says:

      alliwant:

      Excellent summation.

      ….and why the progressives hate homeschooling with a passion and are trying to destroy or regulate it. They hate what they cannot control, manipulate and keep chained with progressive iron chain and balls.

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    • carole says:

      I’ve been attending a CS Lewis study group on his book, ‘Screwtape Letters.” One of the book’s chapters is all about one of the devil’s greatest ‘achievements’: making stupid people think evil is ‘cool and hip.’

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    • lisabrqwc says:

      And now Pelosi is saying it would be a fabulous idea to lower the voting age to 16 to “get them while they’re young.”

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  14. Bubba Cow says:

    excellent Tucker expressions!!

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  15. wendy forward says:

    This segment was truly magnificent. Tucker can really shred and he did here, Actually saw it on the new Quodverum social media site, but thanks for posting SD!

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  16. glissmeister says:

    Democrats. Still living up to the 19th Century moniker “Carpetbaggers and Copperheads.”

    Sometimes political partisanship is but a cover for clinical distemper and incivility. Sometimes malignancies of personality, narcissism and disposition are the thing and politics, merely the masking behavior.

    Ye shall know them by their distortions without shame; by their lack of remorse; by their hubris, their envy, their malign supremacist predisposition and their proclivity for tyrancy.

    Carpetbaggers and Copperheads. Personality Disorders Gone Wild.

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  17. Zorro says:

    Bravo Tucker. As much as I liked the expose of the leftist mob I think I liked the beat down of the Uniparty Repugs better.

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  18. fractionalexponent says:

    The French found that the problem with guillotines is that they ran out of other people’s heads.

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  19. Lindenlee says:

    Camarota always seemed out of place on Fox, kinda like the mediocre girl at school that you tried to like, but couldnt, because there was nothing really THERE…No “there”, there. Oh yes, teh Fox Failure that couldn’t quite cut it. Buy-bye, Alyson.

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  20. GSparrow says:

    Prepare to buy a lot more “My Pillows” to help keep the FNC Nightly shows going if it comes to that.

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  21. MelH says:

    I bought the My Pillows because Mike is a Trump Lover and I sooo believe in getting manufacturing back to the USA. i also gave the pillows as gifts, but the fact is, a really good down pillow is STILL The Best. If you have an old one, don’t give it up. New down pillows are like new cashmere sweaters…..nothing at all, except the high price, like the ones we used to treasure.

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    • georgehumphries9802 says:

      If you read Mike’s history, you will find he is a reclaimed addict, an unabashed convert to Christianity, who remembers the “pit from which he was digged”. And who consistently gives back to those less fortunate. The fact that he supports President Trump is wonderful. And his story gives hope to anyone, that we can become worthwhile to society and mankind in general.

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  22. “Republican leaders are controlled by the Left…”

    Truer words were never spoken. Thank you, Tucker. May the American public wake up in time to avert a disaster.

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    • jx says:

      I liked the prison trustee analogy, very succinct and accurate.

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    • Republican politicians have no ideology. They profit from our desperation like an undertaker in a plague. They understand that they exist by the permission of the progressive media who will destroy them if they get too “honest”. They grandstand morality and happily draw and quarter any of their compatriots who the media pronounces as flawed, while daring not to make such claims of democrats. The true conservatives are far and few, the rest paid for. They stomp their feet loudly at apparent constitutional usurpations….and little else. When rewarded with the power of the majority they collapse in on themselves in great moral conflict of their principles…which inform them to accomplish nothing for which the media can attack.
      They are as transparent as any wayward child that we seemingly are powerless to reject. They are ours, all that we have, so we spoil them, praise them for their few upright moments, forever hoping they will grow a backbone after decades of slump.
      We are as pitiful as they.

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  23. Are you listening DECEPTICONS Rep. Kevin McCarty (RINO-CA) & Sen. Mitch McConnell (RINO-KY) ?
    ~Tucker Carlson outlines your COMPLICITY like a CORPSE at a Crime Scene.~

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    • And after all of this, you think they care?
      Their boss is the progressive media. Fox is but one, powerful, but one. They will say the right things in a PC way, but NEVER expose themselves to the true wrath of progressive media and the armies of broken rejected toys they will send to attack you in the streets and at your home. Politicians understand POWER and who has it.
      Pelosi and Schiff`s power do not come from their elected seat without the power of the progressive media that codifies every thing they say. They can make any claim, any accusation without pushback. Their assertions ARE fact. Trumps are fallacious until proven in a court of law. Understand the difference? True POWER.

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      • piper567 says:

        madashell, I think their boss is USA Chamber of Congress.
        sundance has given many references and posted many commentaries on this connection.
        I do believe the msm is their support system.
        but the fact remains they have no accountability to their constituents.
        and…we are responsible for returning these vermin to office.
        it is my hope that as portions of our Country begin to wake up, such a mini-awakening will result in a difference in voting patterns.
        not optimistic, but with God, all things are possible.

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      • madashellowell : Agreed wholeheartedly! As Sundance has stated several times, “There are Trillions to be Made and Protected.”

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  24. jx says:

    Regarding contrived rage… There are concerted efforts to mold public opinion, to prepare the public to accept the contrived rage as organic. Efforts to foster sympathy for a “cause”. Entertainment, news, and social media are components of a large scale psyop.

    The USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center is notable it its efforts to mold public opinion.
    https://learcenter.org/about/

    They develop narratives and push them into entertainment and news media.

    http://www.mediaimpactproject.org/
    https://learcenter.org/project/mcd-2/

    Here are a few narratives (the connection with the Lear Center is noted in the page footer)
    https://hollywoodhealthandsociety.org/for-writers/climate-change-resources
    https://hollywoodhealthandsociety.org/new-research-transgender-portrayals-entertainment

    Scout around their websites.

    Turn off your TV.

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    • The creation of a false consensus. One used to justify their actions, but also to convince the unconvinced that everyone else IS convinced. This softens support but more importantly enables radical actions without significant pushback. They have used this for decades to ram unpopular agendas down our throats by convincing us we are the minority when we are not. The “silent majority” constantly suppressed by the screaming minority. Look how the interests of tiny minorities have dominated our culture. Is this an accident? Are we so loving that we just impulsively subordinate our interests for those we barely know exist? Or are we simply going along?
      Progressives seek to “fundamentally change America ” into something different, something better, something we were always intended to be (by Marx), yet few seem to know what that is and even fewer ASK.

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      • piper567 says:

        madashell, you are exactly right in your observations.
        Even we here at CTH have our occasional wobblies.
        But we know, for example, that a Very Small minority of individuals have transgender (or homosexual, for that matter) mental problems, yet their accommodation turns into an International obsession!
        Its sometimes difficult to estimate the % of folks swayed by stupidity and false narrative.
        The alt-media is splintered into many valuable resources, while the enemy’s channels are monolithic.
        AND there are no reliable polls.
        We do need to simply do our best to push forward in the direction our great Country so richly deserves.
        Thank God for President Trump!

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  25. Bigly says:

    Tucker says with Tammy Brice – “we have 1 channel in the middle of all these other channels” meaning Fox News vs all other media networks. And that is too much for the left.

    Isn’t that an exact description of Israel vs the entire Middle East / world?

    Human nut jobs. What will the left do when it conquers the world and there are no more conservatives, no more Jews, no more Charlie Brown …what will they do?

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  26. Pyrthroes says:

    “Displacement” and “projection” are and always have been subversives’ stock-in-trade. Absent permanently applied, stringent procedural safeguards –“consent of the governed” knows no other means– infantile regressive primitivists will always blast good bourgeois’ intellectual, moral, spiritual foundations at their very root.

    But by this token, Gramsci’s “long march” must invariably blight and thereby de-legitimize everything it touches. Bankrupting civil society on behalf of Pournelle’s entitled clerisy, lurking-menace Deep State commissars and gauleiters promote litmus-test Cowbird Kakistocrats whose sole objective is divide-and-rule, or ruin, at their savagely vulnerable, defenseless polity’s expense.

    And yet… Gramsci’s wretched Road to Serfdom ultimately peters out. Like Carroll’s “bread-and-butterfly” in “Alice”, collectivist/Statists’ lamprey nomenklatura depends on ever-flowing treacle-wells not of their own making. “What if it can’t find a treacle well?” says Alice. “Then it dies,” responds the Caterpillar. “That must happen fairly often,” Alice said. “It always happens,” said the Caterpillar.

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  27. Monticello says:

    Words fail to paint the picture of the extremes the mob would go to if unopposed. Look at Sharia, look at Communism and observe hell unleashed.

    I am reminded of the sheriff facing down a lynch mob by President Trump’s defense of liberty! For those who second guess and criticize all fights are messy. Once the battle is joined all results are not predictable and the schedule is the first casualty.

    Tucker named the mob well let’s defeat them now on the battlefield of ideas an justice lest the weapons and results become sterner things.

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    • WSB says:

      This is the reason we must take a heavy second look at what classifies as a religion. If a ‘religion’ welcomes you to belong as a result of your own choice, that is one thing. However, political ideologies such as islam do not offer a choice, clearly written within its laws.

      Why does the US recognize islam as a religion when it is completely anti-thetical, sinisterly threatening to the US Constitution?

      As we reguraly revisit…the US Constitution is not a suicide pact.

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  28. RobInPA says:

    “The Monster” which Tammy Bruce speaks of, is responsible for the cold-blooded murder by various, nefarious and horrible means, of ~100 MILLION innocent men, women and children by their governments.

    Their governments, of course, all believed that they were doing the correct thing, for the better good.

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  29. Tucker flayed the Left to the bone. This will be too much truth for many but very liberating for thinking Americans who love our Country.

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  30. ARTHUR says:

    David Mamet the playwright? No. So Is he merely reading a script for some play? Maybe. Unless you refer to the Kabuki-Jesuit theater we observe being manifested by those actors of the (blue) left and (red) right handed path that the Democrats and Republicans like to poseur as. And don’t actors always bow to their ‘mob’ after every performance? Personally I won’t ascribe to neither the left or right, libertarian or independent. I’m for the objective, factual truth, civility and the rule of law afforded under the Constitution of the United States of America. Because within this Constitutional Republic there is only that Supreme Law of the Land and anything that violates it is null & void.

    “It is in Truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honors that we are fighting, but for freedom…for that alone which no honest man gives up but with life itself.” -Declaration of Arbroath [AD1320]

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  31. Phil says:

    “Ultimately the (im)moral and (non)virtuous professional leftist always accuses his opposition of what he, himself, is inherently guilty of doing. ”
    “I suppose it comes from the fact that none of us can stand other people having the same faults as ourselves.” Oscar Wilde – The Picture of Dorian Gray 1891.
    I am guessing this idea goes all the way back throughout history. We are warned in the Bible – there is nothing new under the sun. It is just our turn to fight now just like the Declaration of Arbroath states.

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  32. John Denney says:

    Ann Coulter, in her book, “Demonic”, makes the case that the left runs on passionate emotion, rather than facts and logic.

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  33. ed357 says:

    Never apologize…..

    They….the left….will show no mercy if/when they ascend and are fully in charge.

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  34. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Media Splatters has lobbed another grenade at Tucker; this time involving racism.
    Hang tough on this one, Tuck, and you’re home free. Sons of Beeches.

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  35. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    “Fox News Channel issued an official statement on Sunday: ‘We strongly condemn Jeanine Pirro’s comments about Rep. Ilhan Omar. They do not reflect those of the network and we have addressed the matter with her directly.’ FOX News released the statement after FOX producer Hufsa Kamal, a Pakistani-American, tweeted her disgust against Judge Jeanine Pirro on Sunday. Now it appears Hufsa Kamal, who is a producer for Bret Baier on FOX News, has a long history of vicious attacks on conservatives. Hufsa has attacked Michelle Malkin, Candace Owens, Dan Bongino and Charlie Kirk.” ~ JimHoft over at GatewayPundit today

    FPOX NEWS is only slightly less biased than all the other Leftwing TV networks. Stand your ground Tucker; the Deplorables are behind you 100%.

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    • ed357 says:

      Hufsa Kamal is a….(wait for it)…..

      moslem…..they tend to stick together against us….infidels….yes…..

      What outcome do you think would/will happen when they achieve 51%…..????

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    • F.D.R. in Hell says:

      The Murdoch boys probably hauled that Moslem Trojan Horse through the FOX gate to create chaos in Daddy’s Empire. You boys need bare-bottom spankings with a wire brush.

      You just might enjoy it. 👿

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  36. MFM says:

    What took these people so long?…Tucker? come on…yeah whatever, you and your family are what all of us have known for a very long time as prime targets of hate, once your isolated, BING! welcome to the bizarre and the ugly TC..I respect and applaud your outrage..

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