Tucker Carlson Begs Republicans to Stop Being Democrats…

Tucker Carlson used his opening monologue tonight to beg Republicans to stop being Democrats.   Most of what Carlson outlines is accurate, especially the “Nikki Haley waiting in the wings” to return to the UniParty rules part.

The end solution is the appropriate course.  We The People must take action to force a resounding Trump reelection, and then demand the GOP abandon their leftist alignment.

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296 Responses to Tucker Carlson Begs Republicans to Stop Being Democrats…

  1. Learned Hat says:

    The guy has simply been on fire for about 4 months – he has a Robin Hood populist streak that seems to go to far for my taste sometime but it isn’t a bad sentiment. The show script has been really lights out.

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    • I was thinking the exact same words.
      Enemedia is going to o’reilly this guy.

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      • Big Bubba says:

        You’ll know when its about to happen when the “Believe all women” chants start gaining steam.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          Tucker is so cute when he pretend their is a Republican party. The only party in America is the dnc uniparty. People in DC pretend to be Republicans so they can get elected back home. It is the illusion of choice. The candidates are selected not elected. Nancy Chuck and Mitch agree on all the big issues and control the sham voting process for their sheeple. The disagreements are kabuki theatre. Donald Trump and maybe 5% are actually Republicans.
          They all support
          Wall Street
          The military industrial complex
          Illegal immigration and cheap labor
          Monopolies
          Abortion
          All votes are predetermined and organized to confuse the public. The disagreements are phony and designed to make people pick a side and send money to parties, candidates, lawyers, lobbyists, and consultants.
          You have been red pilled.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Bill Durham,
            Yeah, he says “they aren’t evil people, and they aren’t working with the enemy (Dems).
            WE, the voters just have to tell them what we want, and we do that with our votes, and by making noise.”

            Hey, Tucker, were you asleep, all thru the Tea Party???
            THAT was a grass roots effort, to MAKE NOISE, and with our votes TELL the Republicons what we wanted.

            And the Congressional Republicins worked with the Obama admin (those enemy Dems) to illegally shut down the Tea Party, using/abusing the enormous powers of the,Federal gov’t. to do so.

            So, Tucker, your description of whats WRONG with the Republicon party is more than 1/2 right, while missing the mark. So much for your diagnoses, your prescription is LAME.

            We MUST have Republicons, cause they are our ONLY defence against the evil Dems,…but if they don’t uphold these three principles, we shouldn’t vote for them, which gives control of Congress to the Dems, with all of the horrors such an event would entail.

            Wow, THANKS for the half baked analyses, Tucker.

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            • Julian says:

              The way to change the Republican Party I’d to Primary the most prominent RINOs in the party like Miss Lindsey & Mitch McConnell.

              Do you know what happened in their recent Primaries?

              Lindsey & Mitch booth got renominates with super majorities.

              Way to go Republican voters – Republican voters want more Senators like Lindsey & Mitch.

              The proof is on the recent votes!!

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              • Julian says:

                There are typos galore there.

                I’d = is

                booth = both

                renominates = resonated

                on = in

                My apologies!

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              • Totally agree – But..They have such built up war chests and have built up such a machine of political state support. Very very hard to primary these guys. The longer they’ve been there, the tougher to remove.

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              • Totally agree – But..They have such built up war chests and have built up such a machine of political state support. Very very hard to primary these guys. The longer they’ve been there, the tougher to remove.

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              • Totally agree – But..They have such built up war chests and have built up such a machine of political state support. Very very hard to primary these guys. The longer they’ve been there, the tougher to remove.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Hence, the need for ‘red pilling’ and edumacating as many as possible, on the nature of the Uniparty.

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              • kleen says:

                I know, I joined the Tea Party and we walked door to door on so many past elections, there’s no way to get rid of RINOs. We tried.

                The problem is the media. These RINOs don’t get exposed. They get promoted.

                If Trump ever decides to expose them, then I believe we will see changes. POTUS, at the right time, should come out and expose them. Campaign against them. But it is tough now that Demons took over the House. The House is Demon possessed. Too risk to allow the Senate to be Demon possess as well. We need some major exorcism in DC, elections alone won’t do, it’s beyond what men can do. These people are Saul Alinsky satanic.

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            • Pale rider says:

              Dutchman, ever wonder why BLM and Antifa don’t have that problem? Voting will not solve this.

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            • Raptors2020 says:

              Blaise Pascal – All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.

              The wisest thing Tucker says is that Senator Braun just wants a quiet life. Most older middle-class Americans want little else. Leave us alone: that is the profound luxury afforded by the prosaic American life.

              The rioters (protestors? Ha!) don’t want a quiet life. They’re having fun, and part of their fun is disrupting your quiet life. They are extorting so much from us, in return for..? We just want our lives, our quiet lives back.

              And then there is the AOC left-wing activist types, who want the joy they derive from bossing other people around: because they’re saving the planet, because they’re creating Utopia, or because they can get away with it? Oops, not out loud!

              What would Mike Braun say to AOC, if he could? Tell me what I have to do to get you to just f**k off, and leave me alone!

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              • Dutchman says:

                And there is NOTHING that can be done or said, that will achieve that goal (of getting them to f*ck off) but lead poisoning.
                Historically, have the conmunists EVER been driven off, any other way?
                Even the Velvet Revolution started with some bloodshed, and produced some martyrs.

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            • maggie0987 says:

              A thing I have noticed about Tucker is that he never has on Mitch McConnel et alia for a full and forthright discussion about the uniparty. It is as though he doesn’t actually want to see and discuss thoroughly what we ALL know thru reading Sundance these past years and how PDJT is the ONLY person who has tackled this. Maybe they refuse to come on his show?
              When he draws comparisons between a Democrat or Republican win in the 2020 election
              I feel that he is pulling his punches – he does not whole heartedly give credit to PDJT.
              To paraphrase David Mamet – Tucker is having to pretend not to know things…..

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              • Dutchman says:

                A FEW ‘Commentators’ are finally beginning to express openly, what has become increasingly obvious to the “Base”; that you simply can NOT excuse the Republion part leaderships action and inaction (as has been done for YEARS).
                “Republicans, the party of ‘stupid'”
                “lazy, cowardly” or even “greedy” doesn’t cover it.
                The most ludicrous lie/excuse is “Dems streetfight, while Republicans play be Marquis if Queensbury rules”.

                WHERE was this adherence to “fighting fair” when Republicons worked with Obama, in order to kneecap the Tea Party movement, pre tell?

                Some, like Dobbs, are openly suggesting the Republicon leadership in the party hierarchy and Congress are complicit.
                Others are hinting around the edges of the truth, but none are actually saying it; the Republicon party hierarchy in the party, both at the State and National level, and in Congressional leadership ACTIVELY participated in the oroginal coup attempt, and are continueing to actively block PDJT’s agenda, to thwart him at every opportunity, to maintain the lack of accountability for the coup (BECAUSE they are fully complicit) and WANTED Hillary to win in 2016, and want Biden to win in 2020.

                IMHO, Tucker is pretending not to know, just as you say, this in order to perpetuate a revised perception to explain Republicon behavior, since “party of stupid” isn’t working, any more.

                Its the same old whine, in a brand new bottle.
                “We must tell Republican representatives in DC, with our votes and making a lot of noise, what we expect of them, and then hold them accountable!”

                Yeah, Tucker what did you sleep through the whole Tea party fiasco, when the Republican base tried to do exactly that?
                Tucker is attempting to preserve the status quo, as bad as Hannity with his 99% crap.

                Its a clever CON, and will probably fool many.

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          • ontoiran says:

            or…or they could just be gutless, sniveling, cowardly, corrupt traitors

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          • shirley49 says:

            All of them were shocked when we voted for Trump. We put a wrench in their plans.

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          • etbnyc says:

            Sadly accurate

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          • Winston says:

            The only way around the problem described by Bill Durham and statistically confirmed by the study linked to and excerpted below is to vote for candidates disapproved of by the UniParty… like Trump. That is, of course, the reason behind their TDS.

            Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens
            Princeton University, 2014

            Click to access gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf

            Excerpts:

            A great deal of empirical research speaks to the policy influence of one or another set of actors, but until recently it has not been possible to test these contrasting theoretical predictions against each other within a single statistical model. We report on an effort to do so, using a unique data set that includes measures of the key variables for 1,779 policy issues.

            Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence. The results provide substantial support for theories of Economic-Elite Domination and for theories of Biased Pluralism, but not for theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy or Majoritarian Pluralism.

            In the United States, our findings indicate, the majority does not rule—at least not in the causal sense of actually determining policy outcomes. When a majority of citizens disagrees with economic elites or with organized interests, they generally lose. Moreover, because of the strong status quo bias built into the U.S. political system, even when fairly large majorities of Americans favor policy change, they generally do not get it.

            …the preferences of economic elites (as measured by our proxy, the preferences of “affluent” citizens) have far more independent impact upon policy change than the preferences of average citizens do. To be sure, this does not mean that ordinary citizens always lose out; they fairly often get the policies they favor, but only because those policies happen also to be preferred by the economically-elite citizens who wield the actual influence.

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            • Winston says:

              BTW, I forgot to point out that the cause of “the strong status quo bias built into the U.S. political system” found in the study is the “administrative state” as Steve Bannon called it, aka “Swamp”/”Deep State.” See, they even scientifically proved the existence of the Swamp/Deep State. Point that out to Dims claiming that that’s a “conspiracy theory.”

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            • louche9 says:

              “Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence.”

              You don’t say.

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      • tax2much says:

        Somebody needs to tell the Republicans to do their job. Total lack of support for President Trump or us supporters.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          They are not Republicans.

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        • Rhi says:

          Someone clue Tucker into the term UNIPARTY! And send him Sundance’s excellent articles about the lobbyists who write the bills and who own the congress swamp rats. The majority of rebubliCONS aren’t feckless sniveling cowards, they are bought and paid for political whores. Too harsh?

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          • shirley49 says:

            Short answer NO. you are correct.

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          • Pa Hermit says:

            Catch 22 here. Vote these pinheads out of office and guess where they go? If you said Lobbyist you have a triple bingo!

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          • Penner says:

            Somebody also needs to tell Tucker that the US is a Constitutional Republic — not a democracy. I cringe every time he asserts “our democracy” is being threatened.

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            • Winston says:

              That’s the theory, but when it’s bought and paid for at every level, it’s neither.

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            • Judith says:

              Oh, they do that on purpose. Hellary’s twatter banner also touts our “democracy.” (Wrong, you treasonous hag)

              If we condensed every single thing that has happened since 2016, into one crystallized concept, it would be this:
              UNiparty traitors, in concert with foreign (enemy) combatants, aim to destroy our Constitutional Republic to usher in their New/One World Order.

              Every single red laser dot leads to the TREASONOUS CO-CONSPIRATORS. Hellary got one thing right: they should all “hang by nooses.”

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      • todayistheday99 says:

        They can’t. They already tried. He is a family man and clean as a whistle. I don’t know where he gets all of his energy. Here are my 4 known good sources of information:

        1. Trump
        2. Sundance
        3. Tucker
        4. Kayleigh

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Yes, but you’ll notice he never gives Trump credit for much. He speaks about the GOP needing to get firm on China and globalism but in those paragraphs, he never flat out says that Trump understands we can’t be subservient to China, that Trump has been trying to lead the nation against globalism, that Trump is the one responsible for the largest wage gains in blue collar workers since WW2… . Tucker seems NOT to want to praise the direction Trump is trying to lead the nation and the party. Why?

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      • Because at the end of the day, the President is just one man and needs allies, not “frienemies” to finish pulling the country out of the ditch.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          Tucker is a showman and playing his role- controlled opposition. Its who Fox is.

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          • susanswa says:

            Yep, Nevertrumpers don’t change. Mark Levin, same deal.

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            • gunrunner03 says:

              You’re wrong. Mark Levin not same deal. True, President Trump was not his first choice but when the choice was made he fell in behind the President to support him.

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          • Judith says:

            “Controlled” opposition. Exactly. It’s all part of the UNiparty’s smoke and mirrors, to make us think there are two political parties.

            I figured this out when Poppy Bush and Clinton walked off into the sunset to form the Clinton Foundation: We wuz robbed!

            And, since a family member worked for a news rag in the 80’s, I also had a front row seat to the “Stepford switcheroo” in the fourth estate, as well. All the normal reporters were replaced.

            And any politicians who didn’t take a knee were dirtied up and removed, as well.

            Everything changed in the 80’s, if not well before. But that’s when it came out into the open. For at least forty years, we have been chasing our tails in vain, thinking we have a two party system.

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      • NJMAGA says:

        Because he is a registered Democrat.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Tucker spent much of his youth and his days at CNN as a libertarian. He said he came to his senses when he realized that libertarianism didn’t take into account human nature and it was naive to believe it could sustain a democratic republic.

          Tucker is big on data and actual long term studies of government policies, which I appreciate. He reads the good sociologists (the ones w/out agendas) and he’s fond of the work of Heather MacDonald.

          I have no idea if he’s a registered Dem but it doesn’t matter to me. I have conservative friends here in CA who are registered Dems so they can vote in primaries and hopefully knock out the worst of the bad.

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        • sat0422 says:

          he is WHO? Remember pronouns can cause confusion…Mark or Tucker? If Levin is a registered Democrat then more Democrats need to be like Levin.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Tucker seems NOT to want to praise the direction Trump is trying to lead the nation and the party. Why?”

        1) Maybe because he is on FNC?

        2) Perhaps he wants his show to maintain a more objective, journalistic approach?

        3) Some other reason(s)?

        4) A combination of the above?

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        • Because he is a very smart clickbait hanger on. He is not on Trump side.

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        • maybe because recently trump hasn’t done much worthy of praise. his actions and record up to march 1st were worthy of praise. however, ever since dr. doom was allowed to take to the podium, trump’s actions have been reactions. 15 days became 30 and then 60 and then…
          can’t let the cure be worse, reopen by easter, became reopen when dem governors say it’s okay. then when kemp announced plans to reopen georgia (doing only what trump said he wanted done) trump publicly criticised his efforts, twice!
          when the rioting and looting started trump told the governors ‘stop it or i will’, then did exactly nothing. (EOs to protect monuments already protected by federal law doesn’t count). most recently trump publicly stated he was content to sit back and watch the show.
          the romans had nero, americans get trump.

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          • guidvce4 says:

            Due to the Constitution and the 10th Ammendment, President Trump is limited in how he can respond to internal affairs in any state. The elected offals(sp intentional) must request the feds to step in before PDJT can direct whatever assistance is needed.
            The only other thing he could have down was to fire up the Insurrection Act of 1804, declare martial law and start rounding up the leaders and organizers and whoever else has had a hand in promoting the insurgency. Its treason, plain and simple.
            The EO to protect monuments just upped the ante and signalled to the useful idiots that this crap is gonna stop.
            President Trump is way more patient than I am. I’m too old to put up with much of this foolishness by the leftists and their compliant rinos.
            I see PDJT as doing what he needs to do, when he needs to do it, to keep what peace there is left in the nation. There is a plan. Always.
            MAGA2020.

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            • bill johnston says:

              While I am glad to hear there is a plan, I desperately want to know when we will start seeing the action forthcoming.

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          • stardock says:

            Don’t forget, “We’re not locking down again!” appears to have been a bluff as well and Pence now recommending masks. Even his tweet yesterday is giving complete credence to the narrative. So we can vote trump and get Fauci running the country and riots or we can vote Biden and get Fauci running the country and riots.

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          • sat0422 says:

            larry +, you know in your heart of hearts that if Trump moves right, he is dead wrong; if Trump moves left, he is dead wrong. The man can’t get a good report from any socialist/communist news outlet or reporter for that matter.

            I will ask you the same question I asked an avowed Democrat yesterday, Just who is it that you would want in charge at this time besides Trump? Think long and hard about the choices that are running around the burning wagon shouting “stay in the wagon.”

            “States Rights” has us in the is this problem and while Trump could play the bad guy and go interfere with various states that have elected traitors to the offices of Governor or Mayor, what is it that you think Trump should do differently?

            I say the news media needs to shut down the cameras and keep the little snot noses of the rioters and Antifa crowd out of the spotlight. I can’t even watch a news program anymore, can you? About one hour per day is spent surfing the “57 channels and I still find nothing on…..”

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          • LFOD603 says:

            …and the guy who actually was kicking ass and disclosing names was sent on vacation and replaced with a kinder, gentler DNI.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        TI Howard,

        Respectfully, I disagree.

        Tucker often praises the President for his good instincts and the consistent stances PDJT has held over the years on so many things…globalism, China, the working class, etc.

        Tucker has acknowledged that these instincts and positions are what got him elected.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Yes, that’s true. I should have been more specific. As the chaos in the streets has continued, he pointed out he thought the POTUS was NOT following the instincts that got him elected.

          However, I wondered why he didn’t say in these last shows in which he skewers the GOP, that the non-globalist policies of Trump, that the pro-American worker policies of Donald Trump are in direct contrast to the limp do nothingness of the vast majority of the GOP.

          If one were to have turned on the shows recently when he was criticizing the party leaders and their sheep, one wouldn’t even know that there is a POTUS of the same party who has opposing views.

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          • Carolyn Harlan says:

            That is because he isn’t following his own instincts right now, but those of his son in law – for whatever reason. The weekend of the DC riots that locked down the WH Mark Meadows – his Chief of Staff – wanted him to come out and make a tough speech, Jared did not – he listened to Jared and things went from bad to worse – up until Monday afternoon whether he would or would not speak was up in the air. He needs to listen less to Jared and more to his own instincts and his Chief of Staff – who I think is excellent – it is time for him to get really tough on the States with the on-going rioters. Enough is enough – and I say this as one who wanted him to hold back and let the people see how inept their Governors and mayors are, but people are getting hurt and killed. Time to stop it.

            What is very disappointing is the GOP Senate in particular – Braun gave it away on Tucker last night – they are afraid of Chuck Schumer so I guess Schumer, not McConnell is truly the Majority leader.

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          • meow4me2 says:

            What bothers me about Tucker’s comments re: President Trump’s response to the riots is that there’s very little recognition that it’s a local/state matter. The feds just can’t come in guns a blazing. The crimes being committed are the purview of the local/state governments to prosecute. And what do we get? Prosecutors going after the victims, not the criminals. That is not President Trump’s fault nor can he just snap his fingers and take over from them.

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            • 28angelica28 says:

              Which is why when the states (or cities) allow the lawlessness and even encourage it, they have absolutely zero right to run to the federal government for money to fix what their radical leftest policies allowed. If they want the federal money, then they must abide by the federal guidelines. They willfully participated in the rioting, looting and arson. Actions have consequences. They agreed with the actions, accept the consequences.

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            • Learned Hat says:

              The administration needs to clearly explain this to the American people. It is the perfect setting to layout what the model should be (again). The Fed should not come over the top of the states at every issue but the people need to be told why. Failed messaging the last few months from the Whitehouse.

              Now the president did not have to use the Insurrection Act to do something if he wanted as constitutional rights were being violated by state and local authorities and the DOJ and FBI could have acted.

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            • 4sure says:

              Who sent troops into Arkansas to force integration of the schools. Who sent troops into Mississippi to protect black protesters. I do believe that would have been a POTUS.

              PTrump can send troops into states to protect citizens when state and local officials won’t. Some jackwad, and he is surrounded by them, wants him to lose the election and is setting him up for failure. Either that, or he is afraid his treasonous political generals will refuse to carry out his orders.

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          • sat0422 says:

            Yesterday in a matter of three hours, I received about 10 texts asking me for a donation. They are beyond the pale and I believe they (GOP) keep doing this to harm Trump because most people I know unsubscribe when receiving too many messages or emails.

            I doubt that Trump even knows what they are doing. They have begun to change the person’s name that is requesting more money. STOP is all I can say. Trump has my vote and my total support.

            As for the money, not until I hear from Trump himself that he really needs our donations will I give more than once every six months. And, I will add that I am pretty good at ignoring letter that pretend to be from Trump.

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            • wondering999 says:

              Have also had this experience. And, when I did donate a pittance, I nonetheless kept receiving text messages claiming that I had not yet donated.

              something is very wrong with the RNC. Incompetence, or something.
              I will refocus my efforts locally, because at the national level, they are “off”

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        • LetsPlay says:

          You are spot on. Trump doesn’t need the attention. He is doing his job. But someone, everyone needs to hold the feet of our politicians to the fire so they do their frickin jobs. They are the pukes, the failures, the disgusting wimps holding out in their safe spaces and don’t want to risk anything when compared to the Founding Fathers of this Country. They do not understand what is at stake and think that their bank accounts and fake loyalties will save their bacon in the future.

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        • The Demon Slick says:

          I’m still waiting for a media outlet to mention his Monday night show. In a show last week Tucker was critical of republican senator Braun. The senator asked to come on to defend himself. Tucker absolutely destroyed him. The good senator seemed completely unprepared for the questions he must have known would come. You said that you support blm what part of their agenda do you support? Um… Have you read their agenda it’s on their website. Um…. it was great. What’s not great, not a mention of it in any media outlets conservative or otherwise. Total blackout. But it’s the same thing! Republicans actively supporting the phony narratives! Blm, masks, blue slips for judges Brutus Graham, on and on. The vichy republicans are just as invested in defeating President Trump as the dems are. They’re moving more and more openly. Meanwhile President Trump can’t even trust his own agencies. I’m not going to lie, I’m having a hard time keeping my anger cold.

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          • ezpz2 says:

            Yes, I saw Tucker’s interview w/Senator Braun, and yes, it was great.

            I have a lot of respect for Tucker and rarely miss his show.

            He’s clear headed and unafraid to speak truth to power, regardless of who holds that power.

            Tucker is not only smart; he’s well informed and always does his homework beforehand.

            He’s also humble enough to admit if/when he’s wrong, as he did last night regarding his initial stance on covid.

            Overall, I find his show to be very informative and illuminating, and I like that he’s not a suck-up to anyone.

            And he’s easy on the eyes. 😊

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      • Right Mover says:

        To keep his job at FOX News, where the institutional hatred of Donald Trump is as deep as it is at CNN?

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      • JMP says:

        Because on the subject of leadership he is accusing the President of not doing enough either (and he’s far from the only one. Savage is also unhappy for example.) And he’s right.
        I know it’s not a popular opinion here, but we need to be objective and find a way to constructively criticize, without damaging the election.
        Mitch McConnell is enemy #1, yet his wife is in the Cabinet. Brad Parscale is tweeting about Remdesivir? And on and on. This Jared wing vs Stephen Miller wing is ridiculous.
        It’s been going in a better direction (2 examples Kevin Cucinelli and Mark Meadows), but he has to clean house.

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        • emeraldcoaster says:

          But don’t think Meadows doesn’t have his swampy side. He, along with wife Debbie, just coaxed a presidential endorsement for a terrible primary candidate in the NC-11 GOP runoff. Thankfully the voters saw the play, assumed our POTUS was led astray, and responded with a 30+ win for the 24-year-old opponent. This rural district delivered more votes for Trump in 2016 than any other NC district. WNC is Trump Country and we’ll show up again in November. But understand the Meadows are creatures of D.C. now—maybe always have been.

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          • JMP says:

            Sorry to hear this. I had read that the candidate was ok.
            So what do you think it is? Trump has good instincts most of the time, common sense. Yet his staff selection has been mixed at best.

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            • emeraldcoaster says:

              Mark & Debbie Meadows made a play to coronate his replacement for NC-11, a close real estate friend. Axios reported President Trump was asked by Debbie at the eleventh hour to make the primary runoff endorsement. Clear-minded voters in NC-11 understood the nature of the endorsement, and we realized our POTUS (like any human being) is not omniscient. Hopefully Meadows will provide good service as the Chief of Staff; however, the primary shenanigans tarnished the man’s political shine.

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      • hawkins6 says:

        Tl Howard: Right on!!
        I was going to post something similar. Tucker makes excellent points and his criticism of Sen. Braun’s BLM support and the silence of others in the GOP is sadly true but it’s what he ignores that skews his comments the most. The young chap he had on also lectured what to do and mentioned most things P Trump has already done or is trying to do with a Dem House. Bad memories or didn’t fit the narratives?

        The best economy in the history of the world was improving millions of lives including many in the black communities but it was China’s Covid that reversed the hard earned Trump gains. I won’t start listing them as you already know them unlike Tucker it seems.

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      • David says:

        Maybe because Tucker doesn’t want to be party to a cult of personality. I’m not certain why people need constant reinforcement of Trump being praised. I listened to Tucker’s monologue. He didn’t want it to be about Trump because he is talking about the Republican Party of which Trump is tangentially part of. Tucker clearly explained part of what is wrong with the party and what they need to do – this wasn’t about Trump, this was about the republican party – OK? Feel better? Also, it’s obvious Trump can’t fix the party because it’s too big for one person to fix – even for Trump. Tucker talked about how the voters will have to fix it, which is exactly correct.

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      • BitterC says:

        Pretty sure Tucker didn’t back Trump during the primaries.

        There is no need for him to slobber like a sycophant over Trump anyway. The guy that follows him on FOX slobbers enough for the whole bldg

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      • Marc says:

        Tucker has said in so many words that he doesn’t want to come off as too much of a cheerleader for the President. His democrat donor wife probably told him to knock it off because she wasn’t getting invited to the DC cocktail parties anymore.

        The man is ashamed to be a Trump supporter in spite of supporting 90% of what the President does.

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      • Martin says:

        The answer why Tucker doesn’t praise PDJT is obvious, and fairly simple– outrage porn gets viewers, not cheerleading.

        The political class believes the traditional wisdom, that moderates, the muddled middle, determine elections. So, they are loathe to stick their necks out. Every consultant tells them that, and loads them up with contributions with strings, of course.

        All of the talkers, Rush, Hannity, Levin, built their audiences on “Democrat bad, Republican good,” reinforcing both the red/blue paradigm that doesn’t exist, and ignoring the UniParty reality. To this day, Rush simply will not criticize the Bush clan. Just as the Dems won’t critique the Kennedys, one of whom they killed to defend the Deep State, and to disguise their Communist leanings.

        In his third point, Tucker mentions the “bones” conservatives are thrown periodically, Benghazi hearings, etc, but which he states also have no results. One wonders if he thinks RINOs are mythical creatures. We’re looking at you, Trey. Isn’t he connected to FNC these days?

        Glenn Beck was FNCs high water mark, and they made sure his daypart was while conservatives were at work, and couldn’t watch. Levin pushes the same envelope. How long will he last? Beck addressed it with Outrage Culture, this propensity to talk, talk, talk, and do little. This is why The Turtle must go. And what a picture of conflictedness he is.

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      • ssbishop says:

        “Yes, but…”
        Trump cannot do this on his own. If someone (Tucker) stops actively prodding the feckless, hibernating GOP bear, GOPe will once again strategically achieve their more traditional role of being the head black in the main plantation house. Then they can quietly slip back to horse trading legislative gifts and debate their lofty principles at the local tavern.

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    • jenncarp2013 says:

      He’s been speaking about 99% truth with 1% uniparty spin. I’d love to be a fly on the wall during his discussions with producers and executives. He’s crushing Hannity on the honesty and urgency scale. Hannity is worse then ever.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I’ve turned off Hannity three shows in a row.
        His monologues drive me crazy. I actually can’t stand the guy any more.

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        • Carolyn Harlan says:

          I can’t stand Hannity anymore – his monologues or talking over his guests. And having Marck Cuban on to trash the President really ticks me off.

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          • bentley1blog says:

            Carolyn…mark cuban is such a dweeb. Don’t watch Shark Tank any longer due to his smug face.

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          • Winston says:

            I stopped watching Hannity. He must think his audience is senile, interjecting long known facts when interrupting guests “on a roll” with new information.

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          • Yippeekiyay says:

            I agree, Carolyn. His bragging and talking over his guests is getting worse. I change channels when he gets going.

            Mark Cuban has been on a few other Fox News shows as well. I wonder if he is being groomed for something? Wouldn’t put that past them.

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            • hawkins6 says:

              Yippeekiyay:
              Ingraham told Hannity during their between show chat that Cuban was going to run for President but Hannity didn’t hear her or respond to her.

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      • LetsPlay says:

        Hannity is a putz. Everything is about him. What a glory hound.
        I still remember when he had the audacity to interview Bill O’Reilly after he had been canned. Oh how I wish FOX would get rid of Hannity and bring back O’Reilly. 1000% better!

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      He was *ridiculous* at the beginning of the plandemic. I watched, mouth agape, wondering whose side he was on. I’m less enthusiastic, though i agree that the “republicans” are MIA.

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      • Revelation says:

        If you read Tucker Carlson’s book, his main theme is that the “elites” are in fact complete rubbish, and that this led to Trump’s election.

        I’m pretty sure Trump is way down on the list of Tuckers crappiest politicians.

        And if you got nothing else from the broadcast, its Tucker’s (and my) belief that the Dems winning will usher in a new Dark Age.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          The Dark Ages started years ago in our universities; it’s just that we’re now seeing the idiots they produced.

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          • LetsPlay says:

            So many idiots it makes my heart ache.
            I think that in addition to voter ID, there needs to be some kind of test on Americana. We cannot afford to have no nothing idiots voting purely on emotion or communist propaganda feed to them by the educational system. And bring back mandatory military service as in Israel. Public service, physical training, weapons training, real life lessons.

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          • Jan says:

            And now they’re starting the propaganda on kindergartners!! Day care is next.

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            • 28angelica28 says:

              Schools will reopen once the Dems realize that their propaganda is losing traction now that kids are home with parents doing their schoolwork. After all, I doubt seriously you would have parents lining up on a Zoom meeting to coordinate their child into a “Mmm, Mmm, Mmm, Barack Hussein Obama” chant and dance. And if those college kids are home within earshot of parents while the radical leftist professors (yes, I realize the redundancy) are foaming at the mouth, some of the parents might put an end to the university’s cash cows. Taking them out of school had nothing to do with education or safety. Putting them back in will have nothing to do with safety but everything to do with indoctrination.

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              • Judith says:

                Well school choice is the game changer. When parents can spend their school tax money where ever they please, the commies no longer have a *captive* audience.

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          • Carolyn Harlan says:

            Well they have moved into our corporations now – thus the funding of BLM. It is Trump or Armageddon and Tucker clearly knows that.

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        • Sentient says:

          Letting illegals vote, making DC a state, maybe making Puerto Rico a state, packing the Supreme Court. It really will be a one party state. Mexico’s PRI held power for – what – 70 years?

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      • Remington says:

        So Tucker wants repugs to be less like democraps?….Right….Its like asking an alligator not to be an alligator.

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      He was *ridiculous* at the beginning of the plandemic. I watched, mouth agape, wondering whose side he was on.

      I’m less enthusiastic, though I agree that the “republicans” are MIA.

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    • Magabear says:

      Agreed. Ever since he caught on that Coronavirus was essentially a scamdemic, he’s been hitting homeruns night after night.

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    • Kat says:

      Tucker has come back to the Pro-Anerican side,, big time! For a while I wondered. Now,, he needs to state the real difference between the sides: we vote, from now on, for the Constitution or Communism. Old party labels are dead and gone; meaningless in the fray today.

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    • jwmson says:

      It’s WAY TOO late for a cry. The Left, Dems, ANTIFA, BLM are ‘in charge’. Demanding biz and corp to kowtow to them and give them MAJOR BUCKS….and they all have. The LIST of those playing ball is unreal. USA has allowed SOROS to fund state’s and city Atty Gen’s (hear St Louis’ yesterday).

      And WHAT has the GOP DONE the past 30Y??? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING….McConnell and McCarthy are doing what Boehner & Ryan did: NOTHING. ALWAYS next time, next election, give us a, b, c, d……

      GOP FOLLOWS the Dems, Pelosi, Schumer. Anyone hear Braun stating he didn’t WANT TO OFFEND Schumer?????????

      McConnell needs to lose in Ky. I’m not sure ANY GOP deserves to be re-elected.
      GOP stands for World Order, Globalism, Chamber of Commerce. The USA citiz are the LAST on their list and they give one damn….

      TELL ME ONE GOP politician that has STOOD up for burning cities, looted biz, statues, memorials, citizens??????

      I’m personally done with GOP. That is MY opinion and you can certainly exercise your rights. I’m done being lied to and ignored after every 2Y and 4Y. Tillis and Burr are my senators. Anyone THINK they are great Republicans?????

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      • Judith says:

        PRIMARY them. I would make a simple lawn sign: VOTE Incumbents OUT. There must be a couple hundred patriots willing to step in to primary these shady RINOS and wrest control from the UNiparty.

        I think people are afraid of a showdown. But the pain is coming nomatter what. At least we’d have a fighting chance if we had more patriots on the chessboard.

        We can see now that *one* patriotic President, even a fantastic one like PDJT, can’t move that ball all alone. He needs OUR help.

        And if we “the people” don’t step up NOW, then we have not only sacrificed a very brave warrior, but leave our nation and the free world hanging in the balance. There won’t be another chance like this one.

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  2. “…and then demand the gop abandon their leftist alignment.”

    Most of them could be removed based on their criminal activities.

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  3. Gary says:

    Tucker is on fire every night. Hard hitting straight talking insightful commentary. I had the pleasure of meeting him once when he spoke at an AIA. He is brilliant.

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  4. ivehadit says:

    However, Tucker NEVER gives Donald Trump credit for doing and being the very thing he wishes republican would be in this monologue. He NEVER says that the republican party should FOLLOW the president and support his ideas which are exactly what Carlson is advocating. And excuse me but jobs and the economy were ON FIRE before the virus. Donald has done MIRACULOUS things to transform our country and fix the serious damage done by the previous administration and it makes me livid that Carlson just ignores this…has from the get-go.So no, I am not a fan of Mr. Carlson.

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    • Tornarosa says:

      Tucker gets the “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!” award tonight. But you’re right, and he’s is wrong in not giving VSGDJT credit for MAGA. in all areas, economic, foreign policy, balance of trade, repatriation of $ and companies, record unemployment, national prestige, regulations, rebuilding the military, the Wall, and on and on.

      It takes a lot more to build a great nation than being the enemy of pomposity hypocrisy and double speak, but Hurrah for Tucker for saying what we at the Treehouse have known for years. He’s welcome to share a foxhole. And Thank God! for our Lion

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    • MustangBlues says:

      ivehadit: So totally agree with your observation about Carlson.

      He always has that “got to snark President Trump” somewhere in his monologue, evidently to keep his cred with the never Trumper radical mean girls club.

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    • Magabear says:

      If I may, as nicely as I can, recommend Hannity if you want a pom pom waiver. Not every broadcast has to be a tire pumper show.

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      • LetsPlay says:

        But be very afraid. Hannity has studied “martial arts” don’t ya know! He be a bad ass.

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      • ivehadit says:

        It’s a very sly game Tucker Carlson is playing, taking the president’s platform as his own.
        Fine with me if he wants to call out republican senators and congressmen but why now, 4 months before the election which imperils us to lose the senate and House? This harms the president. We used to call this triangulating…I call it thinly disguised contempt.

        Regarding Hannity and the implication therein, yes I am devoted to the election of Donald J. Trump, a man who risks his life 24/7/365 for the country he loves; A man who doesn’t need this job. I admire him greatly and I love what he is doing for America, the Beautiful and the world. He was called…and he answered.

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    • LetsPlay says:

      Why don’t you fake posters get mad at the real failures, the politicians who fail us every single day. Bring the heat to them.

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    • iswhatitis says:

      My take on Tucker is that:

      He’s against a whole lot of the things that are happening these days (and he tells us that all the time).

      But he isn’t for President Trump.

      (He may “hold his nose” and vote for President Trump – because of all the things Tucker is against, and President Trump is the current best alternative, but he wouldn’t vote for President Trump because he is for him [unlike me – I will vote for him because I am for him, as well as being against all the things happening today]).

      Might seem like a fine distinction but there is a difference.

      OFC I don’t know – that’s just my “take” on him. Doesn’t make him a “bad guy” IMO; just a recognizance of where he is coming from. For me, that explains his “Trump critiques”.

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      • Dutchman says:

        iswhatitis,
        I LIKE your distinction, and it definetly IS a difference;
        There are those who will vote for PDJT (holding there nose) because of the things they are against, and then there are those who will vote for PDJT both because of the things they are against, AND because they are FOR PDJT (so no nose holding neccesary).

        I like it. I would crawl a mile thru broken glass to vote for PDJT, no nose holding required. I think Tucker is not the only one in the nose holding category, and while I’ll ‘take’ their vote, wouldn’t want em in MY foxhole!

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        • Fubu says:

          Bet it largely has to do with the fact that the woman Tucker sleeps with hates Trump and so that’s how he dances. Everyone in broadcast are just dance monkeys, anyways.

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      • Dutchman says:

        iswhatitis,
        I LIKE your distinction, and it definetly IS a difference;
        There are those who will vote for PDJT (holding there nose) because of the things they are against, and then there are those who will vote for PDJT both because of the things they are against, AND because they are FOR PDJT (so no nose holding neccesary).

        I like it. I would crawl a mile thru broken glass to vote for PDJT, no nose holding required. I think Tucker is not the only one in the nose holding category, and while I’ll ‘take’ their vote, wouldn’t want em in MY foxhole!

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      • Dutchman says:

        iswhatitis,
        I LIKE your distinction, and it definetly IS a difference;
        There are those who will vote for PDJT (holding there nose) because of the things they are against, and then there are those who will vote for PDJT both because of the things they are against, AND because they are FOR PDJT (so no nose holding neccesary).

        I like it. I would crawl a mile thru broken glass to vote for PDJT, no nose holding required. I think Tucker is not the only one in the nose holding category, and while I’ll ‘take’ their vote, wouldn’t want em in MY foxhole!

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      • WRB says:

        But he isn’t for President Trump.

        I suspect he is for President Trump, his occasional snarks aside, based on the fact that President Trump agenda is the closest to what Tucker thinks must be done, e.g. stop off-shoring jobs, etc.

        On a side note, I am nonplussed at the trollish comments that denigrate, that sneer, that radiate so much negativity at Republicans. If these trolls manage to convince people (all the many who read CTH) that it is not worth it to vote for Republicans this fall…. need I write more?

        The world is as it is, and in this world, Republicans stand between us and “bad things.”

        There is a time to offer productive criticism (and not the trolling vituperation we see here), but the campaign season is not that time. Now is the time to fight, to demand they represent us, and to get them elected (or stayed elected)

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  5. Max Tadpol says:

    I think he just topped quarterly cable news ratings as well.

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  6. jenncarp2013 says:

    This week is so depressing.

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  7. Parker Longbaugh says:

    Before the end of this election cycle, Tucker will oppose half of President Trump platform because he’s just trying to help.
    Trust the Truckster as much as you would Paul Ryan.

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  8. SanJac says:

    Without this President stumping for the POS Braun he would not have been elected. Anyone taking bets a massive group of “Republicans” will announce retirement just before the election ?

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    • Braun had very poor judgment, and should be criticized for supporting BLM. But he is one of the few Republican senators to score over 90% by Conservative Review. Very impressive conservative voting record!

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      • LetsPlay says:

        Oh sure! And now we are supposed to respect Conservative Review. Who the heck is Conservative Review? Research this stuff yourself, lazy SOB. They are probably as bad as SNOPES except fooling those on the Right.

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      • Carolyn Harlan says:

        He authored an anti-police bill. I don’t consider that conservative. He also admitted the GOP and especially he are afraid of Chuck Schumer.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Wow!
          Debate consists of one person laying out their “take” or opinion, and their arguments in support of it.
          Then, another person respectfully disputes their “take”, by addressing and attempting to refute their arguments, and then present arguments of their own.

          In this way, opinions are challenged, in a way that can not occur otherwise, as no one is capable of being truly objective without a sounding board,…someone other than themselves, to “bounce ideas” and opinions off of.

          “Jane, you ignorant slut!” While funny as all get out, does NOT serve this purpose. Accusing someone of being a troll, and dismissing their opinion, calling them “S.O.B.” without even attempting to provide counter arguments, is extremely counter productive; it shuts down, rather than encouraging debate.

          This comments section would then be an “echo chamber” with only correct-speak allowed, and any newbies perusing the comments section and seeing every articles comments quickly devolve into name calling, would rightfully conclude it was no different than Breitbart or Fox.

          What has made the treehouse comments section unique, is that serious efforts are made to NOT allow this to happen.

          Peruse the previous 5-6 posts, and ask yourself which ones were attempts at serious, reasoned debate, and which were childish attempts to drive people the commenter disagreed with away,…
          WITHOUT in any way attempting to engage in debate, or offer a reasoned refutation?

          In short, WTF, people?

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          • Paprika says:

            Hear, Here!

            We are in need of civil discourse that provides an intelligent back and forth of our opinions.
            The name calling, derogatory remarks aimed at fellow posters, and “my way or the highway–you’re a troll or naive if you disagree with my point” type of statement/sentiment cause nothing but ill will and stifles productive reasoning.

            I only ask of posters to be civil and thoughtful in their responses to other posters.

            Thank you kindly, for allowing me to express my views.

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            • Dutchman says:

              And, by the way is covered in the guidelines for posting in the comments section, which Sundance put up (again) within the last week or,so, and is available on the home page, ANYTIME.

              So, those who are so quick to post “Begone, Troll!” Know that such postings COULD result in YOU being “Begoned” officially.

              We are a Treeper COMMUNITY, and the LAST refuge for Conservatives, in a world gone insane.
              Let us nurture, share and exchange thoughts and opinions, ..and for any times when I may have come across as short or impatient, I take responsibility.

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  9. Contrarymary says:

    I can’t agree with Tucker that they’re not evil people. They might be even more evil than the corrupt dems. The dems tell you how evil they are every time they open their mouths and by their actions. The republicans, at election time, pretend that they are going to stand up for the constitution and defend Americans, but behind the scenes, they laugh at us and play politics with our country and figure out how to manipulate us. Their attitude is “where else are they going to go”. They spend so much time bending over for the dems, they can’t stand up straight. They gave obama more than he even dared ask for. They spend our money like drunken sailors while setting up their own nest.
    Look what the republicans did to judge Roy Moore and Rep. Steve King and tried to do to Massie. If a republican stands up and speaks out, they squash him. Just look who they always vote in for their leaders. They never choose a die hard patriot firebrand. They always choose squishy, mealymouthed political animals. That’s all they are, soulless animals whose meat is staying in power for the machine.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Contrarymary,
      I heartily agree. So many examples, but the 50 votes to Repeal Obamacare (methinks thou protesteth too much) overkill was an aggregious example.

      Sure vote for it FIFTY TIMES, to show us just how sincere you are, when you KNOW it goes no where, but when you have a POTUS eager to sign it, you fail.

      The Dem is the robber, walking towards you in the parking lot at 2:00 a.m., waving their hands and engaging you in conversation. (“Gotta light?” while holding an unlit cigarette, for instance)
      The Republicon is their partner, sneaking up behind while your distracted, to stab you in the back, so they can both rob you.

      Is one any less evil than the other?

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    • emeraldcoaster says:

      Actually the eGOP (McConnell & Co.) scuttled the electable Mo Brooks in the primary and assumed Luther Strange would knock Judge Moore off in the runoff. Strange couldn’t shake the stink from being appointed by scandalous Gov. Bentley. Judge Moore had his supporters, but his past judicial actions turned away many GOP voters—including my family members. They thought it better to suffer Doug Jones for a short time than put the enthusiastic (to put it kindly) judge in for the long term.

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  10. Right Mover says:

    Tucker has about 10x the intelligence as Hannity and is a much more compelling speaker. Hannity just spouts variations on the same talking points every night, and he’s been doing it for 20 years. Same damn show every night.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      The same, yes. In fact, almost 12 years later, he’s still saying, “The chickens are comin’ home to roost,” “Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dorn,” yada, yada, yada.

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        My Hannity pet peeve is talking too much when an important guest is on. The Sidney Powell interview yesterday was an excellent example of ask a question and then allow the guest to answer, pretty much uninterrupted.
        The line I despise from Hannity is 90% of the FBI agents are honest, hard-working, moral agents. OK, if that’s true, why wasn’t there ONE whistleblower? Even after the Uniparty rolled out all those blowhards not 1 of the 90% could come out? I realize they couldn’t go to the NYT or WaPo or CNN or MSDNC but, seriously, not a single one could go to a Devin Nunes or a Jim Jordan? When Sean opens his mouth about the 90%, I turn the channel. Call them out. Invite them on your show. Oh wait, that would invoke the Seth Rich principle, wouldn’t it?

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    • Magabear says:

      My thoughts as well on that. And it’s fine if Hannity does his show that way and people want that type of “go team go” thing, but alot of us want to go a bit deeper than that.

      Reminds of the days I was on various hockey team fan sites. There was always a contingent of fans who couldn’t allow any criticism of the team or moves made by the GM. You weren’t a “good” fan in their view. We always referred to them as the praetoriun guard fans. Anyone who thinks political posting boards can get nasty has never been on a sports team site! 😮

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    • LetsPlay says:

      Yes, yes, yes. How did the FOX news room get cleaned out and Hannity remained the last man standing??? How the hell did that happen? He has no talent. And as was said above, I agree except I would say Tucker has 100x the talent of Mr. “I, Me, My”.

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  11. PVCDroid says:

    Well I disagree we shoudn’t be discussing Peter Strzok texts. We have to have at least some fun.😉

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    • Carrie says:

      Actually the texts were rather helpful in helping to establish timelines of the bad deeds. Sundance used them also to help chronicle the events because so much of the relevant documentation is redacted.

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  12. DesertRain says:

    Interesting…. I distinctly heard Tucker issue a call to us for leadership… Main Street is ours.

    Look at Boise…

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  13. bessie2003 says:

    Oh boy, Tucker went after their great hope, Nikki Haley. Bet he’s suddenly “on vacation” for a week or two like they did with Trish Reagan.

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  14. noswamp says:

    Boise! You guys lead the way!Any other conservatives ready to peacefully stand up to these thugs?

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  15. Betty says:

    I was completely inspired by Tucker’s words and deflated deflated when I read:

    “We The People must take action to force a resounding Trump reelection, and then demand the GOP abandon their leftist alignment.”

    Waiting till after the election will be acting in the Nick of – Too Late!

    The powers that be in Washington DC including a lot of republicans do not want President Trump to win re-election. They want President Trump gone so they can get back to fleecing of our Nation and other nations too. Brennan will be back with his billion dollar slush fund doing God only knows what to our brothers and sisters in other countries.

    Our Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights which declare that the State exist to serve the People, is the only hope for all mankind. If our Republic, with its Magnificent Documents is lost to the world submission to the Chinese Communists Party which declares the People exist to serve the State will be future of all mankind, even Russians and Iranians.

    John Locke vs Sir Robert Filmer discussed the same idea in 1689, and for while, here in America, John Locke won the argument.

    Read or listen: https://archive.org/details/two_treatises_0902_librivox

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  16. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    A lot of people for some reason want us to not listen to Tucker. He’s been solid behind President Trump from day one. Does he criticize President Trump sometimes? Yes, as well he should, we aren’t sycophants, if President Trump is going the wrong way on something by all means we can say so. Nothing wrong with that.

    Tucker also said tonight President Trump is the only one fighting for us. He’s also right we need to all get off our duff and let these spineless republicans know it’s time to stand up for what’s right and quit being cowards.

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  17. leavemygunsalone says:

    “After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay.” Valerie Jarrett

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      That is a threat. Just because she rules the roost at Kalorama doesn’t make her anyone special. Is she Soros’ number two?

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    • guidvce4 says:

      Val better be careful what she wishes for, that kind of threatening works both ways.
      I keep seeing a red dot in the middle of the foreheads of people like her.
      Hmmmmm.

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  18. Microsoft.com Team says:

    Tucker Carlson is teaching the Republicans almost ALL RINOS to have or show some “cojones” and not to follow the example of The Demon-craps, etc.,
    TUCKER IS 100% CORRECT.

    Luis D.
    ________________________________

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Show some cojones … or what? If we fail to vote for GOP candidates in November we can kiss all of our progress goodbye. We screwed up big time in November 2018. We can’t continue to make stupid mistakes like that.

      Punish RINOs by primarying them in the Spring. But in November, vote straight GOP. Period.

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      • Pokey says:

        Correct !

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      • GB Bari says:

        Luis did not write “or else..”
        He merely supports Tucker’s advocating for the GOP to stand up and articulate their positions and show voters that there is a clear contrast between themselves and the DemonRATs.
        I see nothing wrong in any of that; I think it is a correct position.
        I’m not saying the GOP will magically grow spines and take Tucker’s advice. They’ve rarely if ever shown that much political courage in the last 20 years.

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  19. JohninMK says:

    Bang on time, two days ago General Flynn put pen to paper. From his words you can see why the other side are increasingly desperate to remove him from the political scene. He should be Trump’s VP this election, his words are very powerful and he would make a difference.

    Incidentally, Sidney his lawyer confirmed in that long interview yesterday that he is under no gagging order. Just being cautious.

    These are the first paras to set the tone and wet your appitite, the rest is at either link.

    “I was once told if we’re not careful, 2 percent of the passionate will control 98 percent of the indifferent 100 percent of the time.

    The more I’ve thought about this phrase, the more I believe it. There is now a small group of passionate people working hard to destroy our American way of life. Treason and treachery are rampant and our rule of law and those law enforcement professionals who uphold our laws are under the gun more than at any time in our nation’s history. These passionate 2 percent appear to be winning.

    Despite there being countless good people trying to come to grips with everything else on their plates, our silent majority (the indifferent) can no longer be silent.

    If the United States wants to survive the onslaught of socialism, if we are to continue to enjoy self-government and the liberty of our hard-fought freedoms, we have to understand there are two opposing forces: One is the “children of light” and the other is the “children of darkness.”

    As I recently wrote, the art and exercise of self-governance require active participation by every American. I wasn’t kidding! And voting is only part of that active participation. Time and again, the silent majority have been overwhelmed by the “audacity and resolve” of small, well-organized, passionate groups. It’s now time for us, the silent majority (the indifferent), to demonstrate both.”

    https://www.westernjournal.com/exclusive-gen-flynn-dont-act-2-people-control-98/

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/general-flynn-silent-majority-wake-americas-risk-being-lost

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  20. railer says:

    Tucker doesn’t pretend that he doesn’t know things, and the essence of fake news is that they pretend not to know things.

    Tucker knows things, and speaks them. Doesn’t matter what are his politics, as long as he keeps doing that.

    Unfortunately, he’s likely going to come under assault from fake news, and Faux News will probably seek to remove him. Let’s keep watching this guy and let Faux know they’ll suffer if they silence him.

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  21. Right to reply says:

    If you have cable, why not switch to OANN?
    I admire Hannity for banging the same drum, but he serves only to make people angry for an hour, and then those people think swearing at the TV, and their job is done!

    Yes, we must reelect Trump, but we must also get rid of the wolves

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  22. Darren says:

    You all need to stop looking for someone else to fix the GoP. You have to stand up and do it. Call the head of your states GOP, the RNC and the Trump Campaign. Demand they act. That they stand up for Tuckers three points. Thousands of calls have an effect. Don’t leave it to others. Make the calls. Put the effort in. Get off the couch and into the game!

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  23. etbnyc says:

    Tucker would make a great POTUS.

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  24. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Fox News’ Tucker Carlson achieved the highest ever ratings for a cable television program in the second quarter of 2020, receiving an average of 4.331 million nightly viewers for Tucker Carlson Tonight.
    Sean Hannity came in a close second place behind Carlson, receiving 4.311 million nightly viewers.
    Fox News itself continue to crush its leftwing media competitors, achieving an an average viewership of 3.574 million viewers. MSNBC and CNN lagged far behind with 1.999 million and 1.806 million.
    So apparently there is an appetite out there for REAL NEWS and conservative opinion. Still the rest of the legacy fake news media (ABC NBC CBS PBS AP NPR) continue to bash the president & his supporters 24/7 and proclaim democrat stealth candidate Joe Biden the front runner in election polling.

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    • sharon goodson says:

      DO NOT GET REAL GLIB – 1.999 PLUS 1.806 still do not listen. PLUS ABC, NBC, CBS and those that don’t listen to news at all.

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      • Penner says:

        Yes, this ^^^^
        Fox is essentially the only major outlet with a right-leaning viewpoint. Add up all of the other major channels and it becomes obvious that a significant majority of people are getting their “news” and opinions from the left.

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  25. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Carlson warns “Republicans could lose this Fall”. Notice how he words that. Passive, as if we don’t have control.

    IT DOESN’T JUST HAPPEN. WE VOTE. WE MAKE IT HAPPEN. Good or bad WE are the people who make us win or lose.

    DO NOT VOTE STUPIDLY IN NOVEMBER! You have to vote for the RINOs regardless. Re-elect Trump and give him the majorities in the House and Senate.

    Primaries are when you get rid of the RINOs. In November you vote straight GOP. Period. You don’t allow the Dems to seize control. We have to repeat these steps vigilantly. It will never end.

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    • Repeating this is precisely how we got here.

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      • WRB says:

        Primaries are when you get rid of the RINOs.

        I do not remember this happening, so it is not “repeating this” to follow this advice. Anyway, what is your advice? Vote dem? Vote 3rd party? Do not vote?

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        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          Take Alabama for example, which is Utah redux.

          Jeff Sessions was a miserable disaster. He caused MASSIVE problems for Trump and for us. But there he is running for his old Senate seat again. Trump wants Tuberville but so many Alabamans voted for Sessions there is now a runoff on Jul 14. WHY?

          If Sessions wins that runoff then Alabamans should vote for him in November because any GOP candidate is better than any Dem candidate. Majorities are more important than individual candidates. This is what voters in 2018 failed to recognize. The time to get rid of the RINOs is in the Spring during the primary.

          This is exactly how frigging Romney ended up as a Senator. In early 2018 during the Utah GOP primary, enough idiots voted for Romney that there was a runoff … and Romney won the runoff. Sheesh. We’re going to have a hard time clinging to any wins if we keep voting so stupdly.

          We elected Trump in 2016 and GOP House and Senate majority. It’s only because anti-Trumper Ryan was Speaker of the House that Trump didn’t make more progress. But when Ryan announced his departure people should have seen that as a great opportunity, maintain the GOP majority and hope for someone better to lead the House. Instead they did something much worse, they gave that majority to the Dems. Since then we’ve had almost no legislation, countless “investigations” and “hearings”, an IMPEACHMENT, etc. You know, if the Dems had the Senate majority too Trump would have been removed from office already.

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    • Learned Hat says:

      i am not a registered anything but have become a big anti-Democratic party person (my views are conservative). Unfortunately, we have to go to battle with the team we have, RINOs and all. We need to reach across to the Libertarian Party and if we can get a voting block, at least for this one election.

      However, if we lose the whole ball of wax, I may not ever vote for another GOP candidate again. I certainly am not giving money this year unless I know it goes to the specific candidate.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        I may not ever vote for another GOP candidate again

        You cannot do that. The Democrats are completely insane now. If you don’t vote for GOP candidates then you are effectively voting for Democrats. And you are going to guarantee that all progress we have made thus far is wiped out. The border wall will be taken down. Illegals will flood in. BM and Pantifa will be given free rein. Police will be completely hobbled. Markets will tank.

        Gotta look at the big picture. And also consider your fellow citizens. I don’t want your retirement income to disappear any more than I want mine to.

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    • emeraldcoaster says:

      “Primaries are when you get rid of the RINOs. In November you vote straight GOP.” Concur, but it’s tough to root out RINOs when our POTUS endorses them before the primaries. Thom Tillis got a key presidential endorsement LAST year that effectively knocked Garland Tucker out of the race. NC can now only send Tillis back for 6 more years…or contribute to our own demise.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        I agree, it is sometimes very difficult and often frustrating.

        When Utah made Romney win the GOP primary runoff in 2018 (when they had a chance to primary him), they really had no choice but to elect him to that Senate seat the following November. Now we’re stuck with the idiot for 6 years, but the alternative, a Dem winning, would have been far worse.

        I write this a lot and it scares the heck out of me: If the Dems had the Senate majority as well as the House majority, Trump would have been removed from office already. We were able to blow off the impeachment coup attempt only because the GOP had control of the Senate.

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  26. Bogeyfree says:

    Maybe it is time for PT to call these jokers out.

    And point out to all Americans how their kickback schemes and the lining of their pockets is who they truly represent.

    Maybe it is time to have Barr investigate many of the NGO schemes and kickbacks of taxpayer money that have been going on for years.

    Follow the money and show the American people how and which pockets it gets rerouted into.

    There is only two reason IMO that so many of the Republicans act as they do and it is because they have been either compromised (thus the years of spying) or many are on the take and fear being exposed by PT at some point.

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  27. Bogeyfree says:

    Nothing will change until WE THE PEOPLE send a message.

    I truly think the best message next to providing PT a landslide victory is to………..

    Sacrifice McConnell come the Nov Election.

    He is 78 and if he loses he is done as he would be 84 next go around.

    It would take about 100-100K Kentuckians is just not put an X next to his name come Nov and the country would be done with Mitch forever!

    We have to start showing these people they DO work for us.

    Yes the best option is to primary these RINO’s but these games will continue so if the PT polls say there is a good chance he wins 2-3 new Senate seats as we approach Nov election, then IMO it would be worth sacrificing Mitch NOW to send a message.

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  28. Bogeyfree says:

    The one thing Tucker sees VERY CLEARLY, which is why he has been pounding the drum night after night………….

    is he SEES that this Republic is OVER post the November election if PT loses and that will dramatically effect his life, his family’s life and his grandchildren’s life for years upon years if not forever.

    He sees what so many have no clue about.

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  29. jx says:

    He lost me when he complained about attention to Strzok’s texts. A coup is incredibly important and it’s participants must be prosecuted. Carlson talks about law and order, well here it is: the greatest crime in the history of the United States.

    Other than that there is much to agree with and it is good that he is calling out the Republican’s cowardice. Rather than condemning the lie of “systemic racism” they capitulated to the mob and rushed “reform” legislation. This is a gigantic failure. 1) never capitulate to mobs, 2) they gave life to a left wing lie.

    Republicans MUST understand, fight or die. Either win this election or you are extinct.

    And you must win BIG. Democrats have been very clear about their intent to steal elections by any means, chief among them vote-by-mail.

    Stop hiding waiting for it to blow over. FIGHT.

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  30. Mike in a Truck says:

    The GOP is lost. The sooner we accept that the sooner we can form a new party. They will NEVER change. They cant. They along with the DNC belong to the Dark One.

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    • Linda K. says:

      If Trump wins, he can reignite the TEA Party in his second term. In England it took years od political fighting yo make BREXIT happen.Yet it has happened and we can do it here too.Problem is, finding patriots to work in givernment instead of grifters who snub their nose at the deplorables.

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  31. JAS says:

    “COLORBLIND MERITOCRACY” The two most important words in his speech, and yes that was a speech.

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  32. trapper says:

    After the 2012 election my litmus test for candidates was illegal immigration and amnesty. I would not vote for any candidate who did not vigorously OPPOSE both. No exceptions. No compromises.

    Over the next 4 years I added to this litmus test four policy issues by which I judged all political candidates at all levels of government:
    1) reverse the off-shoring of American citizens’ jobs and bring manufacturing back to America;
    2) reverse the domestic displacement of American citizen workers by illegal aliens and foreign visa workers;
    3) decentralize power and decision making away from Washington DC and push it as far down locally as possible; and
    4) develop a foreign policy that advances the interests of American citizens first and foremost, and end the policies of regime change, nation building, and “forever wars.”

    Donald Trump was the only candidate of any party who both passed the litmus test and supported all four policy positions. And his actions have followed his words. He does what he says, even if some of us may quibble with his timing.

    But times change. So, what additional policy issues are most important going into the 2020 elections?

    Tucker Carlson has stated three:
    1) support a colorblind meritocracy through a vigorous defense of total equality under the law;
    2) defend the absolute right to tell the truth through the defense of freedom of speech; and
    3) serve the interests of the American middle class.

    Those get me there. They are well thought out and clearly stated. Our job now is to pound on the candidates to support them.

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  33. convert says:

    Excellent, dead on advice and insight. I hope he has really good personal security.

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    • convert says:

      And I hope all the people across lots of conservative discussion boards like this one understand: if we don’t turn out in unprecedented numbers this fall and hold the WH and Senate, Tucker’s warning will come home in a horrific way. Conservative websites like this one will disappear all across the web. Twitter and Facebook accounts of conservatives, libertarians, or groups of the same will disappear. Remember the Obama administration’s use of the IRS to punish people? That will come back, with a whole lot of other agencies added in such as the FBI, ATF, etc. They will be out to destroy anyone and everyone who challenges their radical agenda. As we have seen, they feel absolutely justified now in everything, including extreme violence, threatening your family, blocking your social media, using law enforcement and the courts to frame and imprison you, etc. They will be finding people like Sundance and finding a way to criminally prosecute him for something? I would have never made such a statement even two years ago. I would have never believed that it could come to this. But I am absolutely certain now that Tucker is correct and that’s where we are. You, your family better vote like your life depends on it. Because Life as we know it? It does.

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      • L4grasshopper says:

        Spot on.

        2020 is truly the “Flt 93 Election”.

        If Trump loses AND the Dems retake the Senate and hold the House, they will impose radical Leftism on us all.

        And there will be nothing….legal….we can do about it.

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  34. Phil McCoxwell says:

    Trump is going to win this election in an absolute landslide. How do I know? Because people who I know who identify as liberal have all but stopped talking politics. They know the party they represent has let itself go too far. They are ashamed and embarrassed of this crap going on. It is no longer the typical individualism vs more government discussion. Their party is consumed by hatred and absolute destruction of this country. The democrat top brass have climbed to bed with anarchists and unwittingly handed over their platform in the process. Just like any other vacuum, the dnc only has Biden to offer, Antifa and BLM have filled the void. The dnc thought they could control them. They were wrong. Now, the avalanche of voters who still see America as the best alternative to a crappy world are going to be closet trumpers. It’s one thing to debate healthcare, an entirely different argument to discuss dismantling the police force and worshipping a specific ethnicity due to skin color. The Dems are all in. Add to that the never trumpers know how this is going to end as well. Trump has played this marvelously. He has let them self destruct in front of the country leaving no doubt the future of the US if the Dems after regain power. Tucker is right. I don’t always agree with his delivery of the message, but he is right. Republicans need to start getting rolled by us, not the dnc.

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    • David Mitchell says:

      I agree. I have a rabid leftist lesbian cousin who filled FB with all kinda rants and raves—“Orange Man Bad” on down the line. She’d fire back at anything I posted on FB and claim “the violence and lawlessness does not represent the left, and you guys on the right are all mysoginist, homophobic xenophobes.” Total radio silence from her the last week, and my posts go unchallenged. She knows that every act of anarchy and violence is getting hung around the neck of progressives since none of them are willing to denounce it.

      POTUS ought to send out a semi-rhetorical tweet directly to Biden, Schumer and Pelosi:

      Joe/Chuck/Nancy— for the sake of everyone’s safety will you join me in condemning the violence and anarchy we’re witnessing now?”

      I wish we had a gonzo journalist who could manage to get a microphone in front of their faces, on camera, and ask the same question.

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    • Penner says:

      I hope you are correct on the outcome, but don’t be lulled to sleep by classic anecdotal evidence. I have family members who are liberals too, and they think what is going on is absolutely justified and righteous.

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  35. TradeBait says:

    There can be no recovery from “bi-partisanship” (uni-party) of the DNC and RNC. There can only be a new political party to take on the uni-party. The MAGA Patriots Party is already in existence and led by PDT/supporters. So the task is to add more numbers and strength while forcing the uni-party pretenders out of the ranks. It is no longer about converts within the GOP’s politician ranks. They have chosen. It is about converts within the ranks of citizens who have supported the uni-party as well as educating the young in the way.

    The foundation is God and His principles. Then comes the colorblind meritocracy and total defense of truth. There can be no class warfare. Get America right, the rest of the world follows.

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  36. hokkoda says:

    Just be careful about personalities like Tucker Carlson. I don’t listen to much radio any more, other than Rush, simply because most of them were so virulently anti-Trump even well into his first year in office. Mark Levin, for example. I literally couldn’t listen to him for years. Then he started to catch on that he was losing listeners for his views, and so he morphed, and I rarely listen to him any more. Like I’ve said for awhile, Shapiro is a fraud. Hannity is borderline unwatchable, and he is so repetitive and doesn’t let his guests speak.

    I enjoyed Tucker’s show last night with the interviews of the guy from St. Louis who defended his property and the step-mother in Atlanta who got fired from her job and called a racist by her employer after they had praised her and told her basically “take all the time you need”. She’s going to win a lot of money in court for wrongful termination. McClosky is learning a painful lesson about Progressives…that they’re total fricking frauds.

    Anyway, a lot of these TV and radio personalities in Conservative Inc. wind up doing a John Roberts at some point or other. You’ll notice Tucker really never talks about specific things Trump is doing to China or on the border or in Iraq/Syria to get our foreign and economic policies repaired after decades of neocon destruction.

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    • Linda K. says:

      hokhoda, No one is perfect but Tucker is heading for the light. I like him. I also listen to Michael Savage on the radio. I find him to be honest enough in his viewpoints and not always dogmatic. He is like listening to a neighbor express his opinions.

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  37. cbjoasurf says:

    November 3, 2020 is the day America’s FATE FOREVER is determined.

    The CHOICE is “Freedom, Law & Order” or “ANARCHY evolving into some sort of TOTALITARIAN REGIME”

    We’ll be deciding whether to UPHOLD & GLORIFY our “CONSTITUTION” or have our forefathers rolling over FACE DOWN in their graves FOREVER.

    I am tired of the LAWLESSNESS in government & our society and should we fail to prevail in electing the people that will restore law & order, put AMERICA FIRST, and DEFEND AMERICANS from ALL threats both FOREIGN & DOMESTIC. Everything we’ve done in the past to promote fight for our FREEDOM, a society PEOPLE all over the world want to become a part of, will be GONE FOREVER.

    If DEMENTIA JOE BIDEN & the DEMOCRATS, writ large,…, are offering will likely lead to my demise before 1/1/2021 asserting MY CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS. The reason, I’m NOT WILLING to forego ANY of my Constitutional Rights and LIVE under TYRANNY !!!

    TRUMP 2020 & REPUBLICANS is the ONLY thing between AMERICANS & TYRANNY !!! They’re NOT PERFECT but sadly it’s the ONLY SANE CHOICE WE HAVE.

    GOD BLESSED AMERICA, GOD ALWAYS WINS & I choose to be on the winning side !!!!

    There IS ONLY ONE CHOICE THIS TIME.

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  38. RJ says:

    I like Tucker because of his dress, those preppie/ivy league clothes–especially the ties!

    Knock him all you want, but the guy has demolished the history of Bill O’Reilly and brought back memories of Eric Sevareid.

    He is the canary in the mine in many ways! Plus he has great hair.

    Yes, I am a deep thinker…

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  39. dustahll says:

    Tucker has hit a nerve and keeps pounding, getting below the usual skating on the surface shows., that just call each other names in the bubble.
    It is why Trucker has rocketed to # 1 people want action, and choices and alternatives.

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  40. Wow, that was really good. Bravo Tucker!

    I called MItch McConnell yesterday; DC office was voice mail full, so I called his Bowling Green office and left a message. I was so upset about his comments regarding face masks and basically saying face mask people were being harassed and that must stop…are you kidding me? It’s the opposite! So I left a message telling him how I guess his Democrat friends told him to say that but it was the opposite and at this point I felt harassed for not wearing one and I did not even know if I could buy groceries anymore. (at the end I put in a plug for Rand Paul…I like him).

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  41. John OB says:

    Look where we are today, then look where we were 20 months ago.

    Tucker Carlson is still standing/fighting! He is a patriot driven by his personal experience. He should be applauded. He should be supported. God Bless Him.

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  42. L4grasshopper says:

    I have always liked Tucker because he has been as “no nonsense” as any political pundit hosting any show…TV or radio….has been.

    No I haven’t always agreed with his positions on specific topics. But then….that’s the case with EVERYONE…including Donald Trump!

    But Tucker has…as much or more than anyone out there….figured out the nefarious nature of the Establishment in DC….the “uniparty” if you will. He gets it. As an example: he had conservative Indiana Senator Mike Braun on his show Monday to discuss Braun’s support for weakening immunity for cops, and Braun’s support of the BLM movement. He challenged Braun on both. Braun lapsed into the usual weasel verbiage….and Tucker bluntly went after him. Something that virtually no one else will do.

    Tucker’s show set a ratings record in May for ANY SHOW on cable TV.

    Go Tucker!

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  43. L4grasshopper says:

    Great article at American Thinker today on Tucker:

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/07/tucker_carlson_now_officially_the_king_of_cable_news_delivers_historic_challenge_to_gop.html

    FTA —

    He predicted what the Democrats will do if they win the presidency and control of both houses of Congress, as polling indicates they will. These predictions are based on what Democrats themselves have said.

    They will immediately amnesty 20 million illegal aliens and get them on the voting rolls, making it impossible for the Republicans to win any more national elections.

    They will abolish the Senate filibuster rule, allowing a 51-vote majority to pass into law anything they want.

    They will enlarge and pack the Supreme Court, eliminating the constitutional safeguard against tyranny.

    They will grant statehood to the District of Columbia, enlarging their Senate majority.

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    • vfm#7634 says:

      There’s a huge number of Trump voters lying to the pollsters, given the crazy PC climate out there. Seen it in comboxes. My father would be one of them if he was ever polled.

      In the only polls that matter, the special elections, including the one in NY last week, the Republicans have been running away with them.

      There’s hope. A lot of cold anger at BLM out there.

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  44. sonoftrump says:

    People like Haley Barbour and his cabal are representative of the RINO/UniParty. Roger Wicker has never had an independent thought of his own. Haley’s arm has been up his rectum moving his mouth like a Charlie McCarthy doll. Cindy Hyde-Smith is dumber than a bag of hammers. Both hacks for The National Chamber of Commerce.

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  45. sonoftrump says:

    People like Haley Barbour and his cabal are representative of the RINO/UniParty. Roger Wicker has never had an independent thought of his own. Haley’s arm has been up his rectum moving his mouth like a Charlie McCarthy doll. Cindy Hyde-Smith is dumber than a bag of hammers. Both hacks for The National Chamber of Commerce.

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  46. sDee says:

    Beware the Siren’s song. It is refreshing to hear this on corporate media. It cuts near to the core of the Uniparty system, but stops short of calling that. We have been lured in by Fox many times before.

    The Murdochs are crucial to global propaganda and are integral to how the Uniparty operates. . They still own Fox News and it remains the only means to maintain an illusion of choice in information for freemen.

    The other shoe will drop.

    Confirmed: Rupert Murdoch Instructed Fox News To Take Down Donald Trump August 2015
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/09/03/confirmed-rupert-murdoch-instructed-fox-news-to-take-down-donald-trump-august-2015/

    https://i1.wp.com/lgadvisors.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/sirens.jpgg

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  47. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    Tucker is over the target, which is why he is getting so much flak, not only from the lefty nutjobs/antifa but also from Uni-party neocons. When Antifa shows up at your house, and the cancel culture tries to get you cancelled, as they are doing with Tucker trying to intimidate his sponsors, you know you are doing something right.

    That’s why they are trying so hard to silence Tucker, he is gaining a huge audience. Tucker is not some Johnny come lately, he has been a solid Conservative all his life and has supported President Trump from the word go. Tucker saw the populist uprising long before most other pundits and politicians. As he noted awhile back, the GOP has been known as the party of the trust fund crowd, but why can’t it be the party of the working class? That’s really what Conservatism is all about, working, self-reliance and the ability to do so without government interference.

    I keep my ear to the ground, to know what the public is thinking and what the other side is doing. I watch people like Tim Pool, Jimmy Dore, Krystal and Saagar from The Hill, and one thing I can tell you is Tucker has their respect and their ear. They talk about him a lot. He will never win over Socialists like Dore or Krystal, but he is winning over a lot of independents and former Democrats. we need those people to win.

    I’m not one for purity tests, which is why I supported Donald Trump from the start even when the right was saying he was a Democrat in sheep’s clothing. I don’t care when or how you get on board, as long as you get on board. As they say at The_Donald “Give that man a coat!”.

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  48. islandpalmtrees says:

    I don’t see it,

    The UniParty consists of both Democrats and Republicans by definition with their primary funding originating from sources, outside of Congress, as we know..

    Without cutting off these outside funding sources, the UniParty will continue to obey the highest bidder.

    How are we to “force” the Republicans to be Republicans, without buying them off or voting them out of office.

    As Tucker Carlson put it, as bad as the GOP is, they are all we have.

    Example only —
    I believe, Mitch McConnell is receiving large amounts of drug money from the Chinese. How can he be voted out of office given his funding source?

    How can we expose his true nature to the public in away it can’t be refuted?

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    • Tazio Nuvolari says:

      >How are we to “force” the Republicans to be Republicans, without buying them off or voting them out of office.<

      Get in their face, literally or figuratively, and tell them we are tired of their crap and we are not going to take it any more. Let them know loud and clear what we want. They WILL still listen if enough of us, especially an overwhelming majority of us, make it clear what we expect from them. They know they still need our vote even if Wall Street or whoever is funding their campaign.

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      • islandpalmtrees says:

        I would like very much for your way to work!

        Question: You can’t vote me out of office, and you don’t have enough money, to buy me off. I even have you, the tax payer, paying for my security. And, I have an unlisted phone number. Please leave your message at the beep.

        Just to make things worse, they have the MSM telling everyone, that anything you have to say is wrong, and, to put a cherry on top. They have put the BLM/Antifa in the streets raising hell.

        BREAKING: Conservative Author and OANN Reporter Jack Posobiec ATTACKED by BLM Mob at DC Rally – Shoved, Thrown Water At, Pushed Out of Park!

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  49. Pokey says:

    Lets try to worry about how to get PDJT re-elected before we waste so much time focused on the inactivity of the RINO crowd. We can’t save our country if we don’t first re-elect the only politician in Washington who is aware of the stakes. Not saying the RINOs will ever deserve a place at the table, but we have a higher priority, and that is saving our Republic from the trash heap of political history. We will never get rid of the RINOs until Trump has received a resounding victory and then we will have a better chance to primary them all out in 2022. And it won’t be easy with all of Washington using all they have in their quivers to stop us.

    By the way, here in the 3rd District of Colorado, we have defeated a RINO in our primary. Our task will be to make that hold up under a statewide media blackout of our candidate and a nationwide campaign by the left to defeat all of Trump’s supporters in Congressional races. This would have been easier to do in 2022, but we will make every effort to see Lauren Boebert win this year.

    TRUMP2020 !

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  50. deplorable says:

    It’s hard to fathom that one must even defend a “Put Americans First” policy – it should be a prerequisite. If you’re own government won’t put its own people’s interests ahead of corporate/union/globalist/special interests then who will?

    “His final point directed the GOP to care for its genuine constituency, the middle class of normal Americans.”

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/07/tucker_carlson_now_officially_the_king_of_cable_news_delivers_historic_challenge_to_gop.html

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