Tucker Carlson Challenges Democrat Senator Tammy Duckworth…

During last night’s open monologue Fox News host Tucker Carlson took on the attacks from the far-left and specifically Democrat Senator Tammy Duckworth.

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220 Responses to Tucker Carlson Challenges Democrat Senator Tammy Duckworth…

  1. Julian says:

    Speaking of Ilhan Omar – when is Crime Fighter extraordinaire AG Billy ‘Bob’ Barr indicting and charging Ms. Omar (not her real name) for immigration & tax fraud and having her deported from the country?

    Tick-Tock…..

    Still waiting Sean…

    Liked by 34 people

    • henry says:

      Federal crimes only apply to people of a certain race and political party obviously.

      I am waiting to see Raz charged with Federal crimes, too.
      Beetlejuice, Inless, daBozo, Granny killer, morons of Portland and Seattle..
      Pretty sure all are chargeable under rights deprivations?
      Long wait….

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    • skip says:

      I’ve given up trying to predict what the next moves will be. I suspect she will be in with the group from the House that will end up being outed and either Jailed or tared and feathered. She just might be classified as a Terrorists and subject to SPECIAL consideration..
      skip

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      • Irisheyes says:

        As an elected office holder, she took an oath to protect and defend the Constituion. She has quite obviously broken that oath. Isn’t there a legal penalty for that?

        Liked by 9 people

        • alonzo1956 says:

          18 U.S. Code § 2383.Rebellion or insurrection

          Whoever incites, sets on foot, assists, or engages in any rebellion or insurrection against the authority of the United States or the laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort thereto, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

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          • “18 U.S. Code § 2383.Rebellion or insurrection”
            Thank you for that reference. We need to memorize this. Every letter to my Senators and congressman (Texas delegation) will quote this section.
            Time for Americans to go on offense.

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            • alonzo1956 says:

              SECTION 5 FREEDOM OF SPEECH. Every person may freely speak, write and publish on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that right.

              That is from Washington States Constitution and it includes the press. I hate referencing anything Washington, because in some ways we are bottom of the barrel. Freedom of the press needs to be revisited and the freedom to lie at will needs to end up on the trash heap of history. Our MSM as a whole are as traitorous as ANY of the worst individuals in America.

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          • Kenji says:

            Shouldn’t John F. Kerry be serving a Prison sentence for violating that little section of law?

            Liked by 3 people

            • alonzo1956 says:

              I would like to see Kerry get tried for violating The Logan Act. They tried to screw Gen Flynn for something John Kerry has actually done.

              Liked by 4 people

    • Kirsty I says:

      I guess ‘some people did something’,
      and now they want to tear down everything America is,

      Liked by 16 people

      • paper doll says:

        That’s about the size of it

        Liked by 2 people

      • bertdilbert says:

        Last week, Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) said she would block the promotion of more than 1,000 officers unless the Pentagon ensured that Vindman would not be subjected to retaliation.

        Liked by 7 people

        • Rileytrips says:

          Bertdilbert, not just subject to retaliation – Duckworth was insisting that Vindman receive his next promotion in rank.

          Liked by 3 people

        • KaweahKid says:

          Traitorous birds of a feather tend to hang together!

          Time for We the People to get our Ducks in a row…

          Liked by 3 people

          • De Oppresso Liber says:

            Thusly, they should also all be hanged together.

            No firing squad, no lethal injection, no electric chair —

            Construct a gallows on the Washington Mall, and televise for the entire world to witness what happens to traitors who attempt to overthrow our Republic.

            These marxist revolutionaries are dead serious about overthrowing our democracy, and also destroying our history and heritage. We simply cannot allow that to happen

            IF the Department of Justice does not employ overwhelming force — very damn soon — I’m afraid we are going to see the emergence of vigilante groups taking matters into their own hands. Then AG Barr will lecture us about not taking the law into our own hands, while he does nothing to quell the armed groups of anarchists beginning to invade peaceful, law abiding communities…….as we saw happen in Stone Mountain, Georgia over the weekend.

            The DOJ has made some arrests, but the large, armed, insurgency groups invading our property and communities in broad daylight — that crap has got to stop before those marxist ENEMIES of the Constitution are dealt with swiftly and harshly.

            I never dreamed that I would see this happening in America The entire movement needs to be publicly outed for what they are, exposed, confronted, and destroyed / eradicated. Period.

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        • lostandfound says:

          https://www.timesofisrael.com/officer-who-testified-at-trump-impeachment-hearing-retires-from-us-army/
          Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the Jewish National Security Council staffer who was among the first to raise flags about US President Donald Trump’s pressure on Ukraine to investigate a political rival, is retiring from the US Army amid allegations by his attorney that “he was bullied by the President and his proxies.”

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          • bonkti says:

            All the polls show Biden winning. If he stays, Vindman will be a general a year from now, a major general in two.

            And there will be statues of him. Did I mention statues? So, what am I missing?

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        • Randy says:

          Just because one served in the military and has been wounded or other wise disabled boes not mean they are above criticism for their views and comments. Vindman should have been referred for court marshal for lying under oath, disrespecting a senior officer and many other violations of the Military Code of Conduct.

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    • Winston says:

      If I were an optimist when it comes to the odds of accountability/repercussions for deep state swamp dwellers, I’d say the forces of good want to keep her where she’s at because she forces the Dims to radical leftist positions. But I’m not, so I’ll say she’s part of a protected class of deep state swamp dwellers.

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    • Winston says:

      Or this:

      New Book Reveals Deep State Role in Pakistani Infiltration of House Democrats
      1 Mar 2019

      https://nlpc.org/2019/03/01/new-book-reveals-deep-state-role-in-pakistani-infiltration-of-house-democrats/

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    • onekamaman says:

      I dream of someday having an honorable Department of Justice …………….. or better yet …………no Department at all.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Bob says:

      The real issue is that she should be charged with sedation….she is openly advocating to overthrow the USA….get the cuffs.

      Liked by 5 people

      • nomadic100 says:

        Bob, does she put you to sleep?

        Liked by 7 people

      • Peppurr says:

        sedition? Agree!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Kenji says:

        Does she know she’s living in America? She no longer needs to wear her garments of female oppression. There aren’t roving squads of religious police with canes to beat some compliance into her. Well … maybe in little Mogadishu, MN ….?

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        • Kureelpa says:

          Notice that some of these traitors are immigrants to the US – Duckworth, Vindman, Omar…….glad that we are not all like that.
          I’m an Immigrant from Australia & one of the things that I noticed over the years that I was on an Ex-Pat forum, is that a lot of people who came to this country wanted to make it exactly like the country they left.
          They didn’t like guns, they preferred Socialized Medicine, they loved Obama, blah, blah, blah & at least one of them in Ohio was out in the streets demonstrating.
          I always suggested that if there were so many things that they disliked – they should go back to Australia, but they never did.
          I did go back, to be closer to Family, but I couldn’t stay there – those rose colored glasses can be a problem.

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    • WDS says:

      Barr is probably working on some strongly worded & catchy soundbites for Phox Nooz to disseminate as we read this article.

      PS, didn’t Sean wear out the “tick tock” crap way back during the IRS hearings? Now it’s Martial Arts and Firearms expertise with a daily dose of Mimsey Graham and/or Dr. Oz.

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      • Peppurr says:

        Yeah, but, a few nights ago, Sean again’ brought up the martial arts and started with the parent careers. This time he stopped midway, while looking into the camera, saying he knows he’d mentioned this before. Did he stop? Nope. He said it was important and finished what he usually says. lol

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    • Simple Citizen says:

      Julian,

      Respectfully, I would opine that the Maxwell arrest and the information that may be gleaned is probably top priority. Ms. Omar is a “small fish” that maybe easily dealt with at anytime (heck there is a very simple case for deportation based on her father that could be implemented at any point); however, with Ms. Maxwell time is of the essence.

      Aside from those who may wish to harm her and further the example of her former employer’s fate, the information that could be made available would allow for the potential prosecution of “big fish” that are more in control of the nation wrecking apparatus at this time. Actions along these lines could make a difference in fairer elections.

      (Humbly) What we need to ignore is anything that comes out about Prince Andrew for the time being. We fought a war to get away from their ilk (the royal family, not the average British citizen who is more than likely friendly to us), and should not be diverted by their deviant lifestyles. Once the second term is won, he can be pursued; he will not harm any young ones (again), while the spotlight is on him (and who knows, the British might “clean their own house”; it has happened before).

      (Again, humbly) We need to keep the focus on Bubba, FOB, Barry’s cohort and the financiers that found comfort and support in Mr. Epstein’s “gifts”.

      Best,
      Simple Citizen

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      • mainecoonman says:

        Citizen (not that I like using that form of address for obvious historic reasons!).

        The vast majority of British people are extremely fond of America and Americans. The noisy minority who express their hostility are largely new or 1st generation immigrants. They are still unrepresentative although their reproduction rates will change all that within a generation. Don’t let your country go the same way.

        We love the Queen, Prince Philip and to a lesser extent William and Kate. We are ambivalent about the rest of the Royal Family as long as they behave themselves. We completely disown Andrew, Harry and Meghan. They are a disgrace to their country and their family.

        For good or bad it is not our Queen’s way to publicly clean house but, as Harry and Meghan have discovered, she is clinical and ruthless in manoeuvring troublemakers out of the way.

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        • Simple Citizen says:

          Mainecoonman,

          Thank you for the response; I am appreciative.

          Although I would concur that many British and American citizens have a warm relationship (myself being counted amongst this group), my focus was not on Britain or the Royal Family at this time. It was simply to keep our (the citizens of the United States) “eyes on the prize” in terms of who Ms. Maxwell may be able to provide detailed information about.

          Often, we in the United States (and I would suggest the same is true about Great Britain, based on the right hand column of the Daily Mail and / or I am a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here = ) get lost in side alleyways as we walk through the details of a matter. My hope was the we would not allow Prince Andrew to become such a distraction. He and his brothers have made a lot of headlines over here in the last 40 or so years, and I was hoping we would not be distracted by their issues in this case.

          To be clear, I think Prince Andrew needs to be brought to justice in this matter; however, I do not think the United States should play much of a role, until after we have completed our election cycle.

          Although I have a differing perspective on HRH Elizabeth II, it does not really matter. As we might both agree, the British government has many way / means of dealing with internal issues.

          In all cases, I respect your perspective 110% and appreciate your response.

          Best,
          Simple Citizen

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    • The American Patriot says:

      She’s going to be dealt with!

      He has a full plate, including the upcoming tour of certain mayors and governors for their lack of respect.

      Give it a rest!

      Liked by 1 person

    • texannie says:

      I think we may be skeletons on a park bench before anything is done!

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      • Simple Citizen says:

        Texannie,

        No I agree with TAP, it will be done. The timeline is just longer.

        Please hang in there and do not worry; your own well being is far more important than anything that woman can say or do.

        Best,
        Simple Citizen

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    • I’m with you Julian, add Bill Deblasio and his corrupt Marxist wife to your list…It’s clear that Barr has NO intention of holding any Democrats accountable for anything. Durham’s investigation, the political version of the movie, The Neverending Story, will drag out till the election, then go away…Nice job, Bushie Barr. The two tiered legal standard for us and them will stay in place until we vote in people who have the will to stop it…Our current representatives have not the intestinal fortitude…it’s a shame, a good man like General Flynn rots in legal hell and the people with the power to stop it stand around playing ostrich…

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  2. Abster says:

    Senator Duckworth is a disgrace to this great nation.

    Liked by 35 people

    • grumpyqs says:

      Agree Abster, but is not recent and a particular disgrace to Illinois! She’s forcing the DOD to prove Col Vindman will get his “customary” promotion, calling Trump’s Mt Rushmore speech about “dead traitors”, groveling to be Biden’s VP and now supporting BLM and taking down statues of even George Washington. This may be the worst trash Chicago has ever sent to Washington DC!

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    • Linda K. says:

      She seems quite unintelligent. Can’t fix stupid.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Bob says:

      She has gone to the Susan Rice school of how to lie for Democrat politicians, and passed with distinction.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Dr-P says:

      she is not as talented or as moderate or as disabled
      – as former Sen Max Cleland
      – nor was an able an administer of the Illinois VA as he was over the Department of Veteran Affairs.

      Her comment of walking a mile in her shoes
      – is a clever quip
      – but devoid of meaning other than a put down

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    • mike says:

      The problem is that she doesn’t have traditional US values. She’s raised as an international (Sinosiamese mom, raised abroad most of childhood, liberal schools all) and as a dependent of the welfare-warfare state including welfare in high school and college.

      Reading her bio, she’s obviously worked hard for her place in the world, but as a globalist world… Also she has no traditional american inhibitions about waving the bloody shirt on her injuries as her platform, contra most vets.

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      • MustangBlues says:

        Duckworth has dual citizenship, she was born in Thailand of a Thai mother.

        Dual citizenship means she is a communist first, then an American military war vet when she needs that cred for one of her globalist scams.

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      • If a politician is pushing terrible public policy, it doesn’t make that policy any better, or any more defensible, if the politician supposedly has a sympathetic back story.

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  3. Dani TX says:

    Tammy Duckworth like many in our government are citizens but not Americans. There is a huge difference, in my mind.

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  4. nuwildcat1977 says:

    Well done Tucker. The scary thing is that these cretins are voted into office in the first place. An uninformed (ignorant) electorate and a media complex providing cover explains most of it. The media needs more like Tucker Carlson who takes them head on, exposing them for the frauds that they are.

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    • beach lover says:

      It must just irk Sean that Tucker is killing it in the ratings. Maybe he might get a clue that monologues with substance not repetitive stale news, is what is needed right now.

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      • Simple Citizen says:

        Beach Lover (like the name a whole lot),

        Respectfully, I think one is considered news, while the other is considered opinion (by the Fox News Corp.) and that may be the key to the difference.

        Best…

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      Voted into office? From illinois? Or rather “frauded” into office to be correct. At least four U.S. states are run by “live” traitors. Ilinois is one of them and this brain-damaged senator is proof of it.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Bert Darrell says:

        Remember Rep. Luis Gutierrez, also from Illinois, who went to Commiefornia to proclaim that he had been elected to defend the “rights” of illegal aliens?

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      • eworth says:

        Dick Durbin during the Iraq war went to Walter Reed hospital, and looked for any injured Illinois vets who would run as a Democrat. Tammy was his wet dream. They put money and time behind her early on and had her running for a variety of positions; she finally hit against Joe Walsh; and then targeted Mark Kirk. She is your typical diversity candidate, and wins because she has a D after her name, not because she has anything policy-wise valuable to offer. Every administrative position she has had (Rotary, VA) she has been a failure.

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      • Simple Citizen says:

        Mr. Darrell,

        Yes, I have to agree that something is really, really , really fishy here. Although I do not even believe that the people operating the puppet they refer to as the Senator Joseph Biden really even want this woman, she is an interesting distraction that we will probably see again in the future.

        The idea that Senator Duckworth has so many historical points in common with President Barrack (Barry) H. Obama (Soetoro) is fascinating. She truly feels like a “cutout” that is being introduced to us right now, but will serve another purpose down the political road.

        There are some very interesting similarities regarding Asia, Hawaii, and Illinois that even seem to include crossovers to the background of Ms. Stanley Ann Durham et. al.

        https://www.duckworth.senate.gov/about-tammy/biography
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tammy_Duckworth

        As I stated, I doubt she will be the choice, and I think the puppeteers are in a disarray. They are buying time for now and have offered this cutout simply because she was going to be “rolled out” at a later date.

        What is alarming to me is the class of newly minted Democratic hawks that have rolled off the assembly line in recent years. The bigger game is afoot and I would not be surprised at more challenges to “true patriotism” by this group over the next 2 – 5 years.

        Best,
        Simple Citizen

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    • Winston says:

      “An uninformed (ignorant) electorate…”

      “An enlightened citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of a republic.” – Thomas Jefferson

      “A popular Government without popular information or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance, and a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power knowledge gives.” – James Madison

      Liked by 8 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      Tucker does a great job, but I wish he would stop calling the USA a democracy. It is a democratic (adjective) Republic (noun).

      Liked by 6 people

      • PatriotKate says:

        Sorry, but you are wrong. We are a Constitutional Republic. The world “democratic” or “democrat” is nowhere to be found in our founding documents.

        Liked by 7 people

    • dd_sc says:

      Even scarier that they continue to get re-elected.

      Liked by 3 people

      • nuwildcat1977 says:

        dd…if you are a Democrat in Illinois, you only have to be warm to get elected (& re-elected). This explains the disasters known as Obama, Durbin, Duckworth, et. al.

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    • Remington says:

      Therein lies the problem. I used to think stinkin’ liberals were just …uninformed…then I thought they were stupid….Now I believe they are both uninformed AND stupid.

      ..And praise be Tucker. ‘Doing a yeoman’s job.

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      • Ninja7 says:

        Remington, If one is ignorant, (as I am on some subjects), one has the ability to learn.
        If one is stupid, Guess the truism of “You can’t fix stupid is true.”
        Also if one is an ideologue all reason is tossed out the window.

        Progressives have hijacked the Classic Liberal name and substituted their views, which are nowhere close to the Classic Liberal views.
        Classic Liberal would defend to the death your right to state a view 180° away from their own views.

        Unfortunately the education system of K-12 and University has not developed much critical thinking. Except in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) curriculum, but Commonsense is becoming increasingly rare.

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        • A revealing study of education colleges is the book, “Credentialed To Destroy”. Let me also recommend the blog site by the author, “Invisible Serf’s Collar”.
          In a nutshell, for more than 50 years “education” has a goal to create emotional reactions – in contrast to the historic education goal of training students in rational, analytical thought.
          Notice how the looting-arson-and-statue-smashing mobs are so easily manipulated by their emotions.

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          • Missy says:

            This is what Charlotte Iserbyt discovered when she came back from living abroad to serve in the Reagan administration in the Dept. of Education. Much of “education” had devolved to Skinnerian/operant/stimulus-response conditioning, and she was horrified. She set out to expose it, to find that most people didn’t care.

            Now, we are at the last generation that even knows what a good public education is, and we are left with drooling, triggered, animalistic savages. Pavlov’s dogs. http://deliberatedumbingdown.com/ddd/

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        They are nefarious on purpose and for a purpose. Never “liberals;” never “just” stupid although that description might apply, too; never “uninformed.” Only the Party Line.

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  5. Strategery says:

    That was great!
    Now do Warner.

    Liked by 7 people

  6. hocuspocus13 says:

    The Best Question People…
    🇺🇸
    How can we allow those who despise America lead America?

    Liked by 18 people

    • FrankieZee says:

      On Rush’s show yesterday, he had mentioned a person (I forget who) who penned an article basically saying what Tucker said :”How can we allow those who despise America lead America” and that is the message that Trump should use from now until election day. The person said forget the economy, forget the KUNG FLU, forget Ventilators and focus, focus, focus on these D RATS who want to destroy the country and our American way of life. And I agree, the majority of Americans are sick and tired of these people putting this great country down.

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      • No, don’t forget the “KUNG FLU”, because it is these despisers of America that are pushing the fear of it. It is the present, biggest battle in the War of the Insane Left. People need to forget their FEAR of it, and just take responsible care OF THEMSELVES, not follow the wolves in sheepdog’s clothing who are undermining their very lives as free people with every “mandate”, every “the CDC says”.

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    • Right to reply says:

      Because recent immigrants despise America. I know a family from the UK came here 12 years ago. They are Democrats, and their only child is a filthy little Communist. The enemy has been coming through the open immigration gates for decades!

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      • Winston says:

        The much despised here Ann Coulter was dead on about that in her book, “Adios, America!” When citizens are no longer taught in school (or on TV, or in the movies, or in the news) how truly exceptional this imperfect country is and WHY it is so exceptional, that’s what you get. As Coulter pointed out, this is especially so when they come from countries that are already more leftist/authoritarian than the US which is the case with most other countries in the world.

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      • dd_sc says:

        That was the point of Hart-Cuellar back in 1966. Like most mad scientists, white, Cadallac liberals thought they could control the monster they were creating.

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  7. maleficient says:

    Yeah well done Tucker, then you totally lose me by having on and supporting Judas Hefe Sessions. What a joke calling Sessions an “honorable man”. DEEP STATE!!

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    • Winston says:

      Yeah, I noted that, too. He asked him why he wasn’t leading and he didn’t answer. I have my suspicions although I’m not following that race closely. Could it be that his [former] constituency is concerned about his do-nothing stance against the Mueller farce or is his adversary who they claimed was being helped by large amounts of out-of-state money just a deep state plant?

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    • nomadic100 says:

      Agreed. Tucker said he was baffled as to why Sessions is polling so far behind Tuberville and put the question to Sessions. Sessions replied with a lot of self serving palaver and Tucker never did ask him about his Russian recusal which is likely the reason he is doing so poorly. Tucker really pulled his punches on that and I lost a bit of respect for him.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      Sessions kept saying the Senate needed a fighter and doesn’t realize he is not seen as one after rolling over on the Deep State.

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    • trapper says:

      Tucker is well known for banging headlong at issues and the stupid and dishonest statements made by his guests. But he also has a subtle side. Sometimes he just lets things be put out there and leaves them. Like asking Sessions why he isn’t winning, against a candidate without Sessions’ long history. The question just hangs there. Why indeed. There is a reason.

      Perhaps the people of Alabama see through Sessions. Perhaps he IS a good and honorable man ….. who just also happens to be an ineffective doofus who rose WAY beyond his abilities. Tucker doesn’t have to say it. Everyone watching thought it. I don’t think Sessions is evil or a black hat. He’s just not tough enough. And boy-o-boy are we gonna need some tough hombres on our side for the fights looming in 2021.

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      • trapper says:

        There was only ONE correct response from Sessions: “I wasn’t made Attorney General to recuse myself from cases. Get the F out of my office and if you ever bring that to me again you’re fired.” Sessions did not say it. His career ended that day. He was a zombie AG thereafter, dead but not fallen over yet.

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    • Alli says:

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    • Mr.Morris says:

      Sen Sessions is a strong advocate for legal immigration. He has always fought against amnesty. The word is Tommy Tuberville is ok with amnesty.
      I agree Sen.Sessions as Attorney General was a disaster. The fact is he should have advised our President he was AG in name only. What President Trump was subjected to was evil and outrageous. Sen. Sessions left our President bare.
      So who should Alabama citizens vote for? Who can best defeat Sen. Jones.

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  8. Hoss says:

    I bet Duckworth has her Purple Heart mounted and displayed in a shadow box somewhere. I’d even bet it is prominently displayed in her senate office. The Purple Heart, would be the medal adorned with the visage of George Washington. It has been awarded to combat wounded American military men and women since the Revolutionary War …. Fortunately, I never received one during my combat tours in Vietnam. My Soldier Father received two. One is WW2, the other in Korea. They are beautiful … Tammy is a disgrace!!!

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    • Blind no Longer says:

      Amen Hoss! We thank every service member for their service and sacrifice….BUT THEY DON’T get to use it to silence us when they are elected to political office!!

      You don’t like our country—-then LEAVE and start your own somewhere else!!

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    • nuwildcat1977 says:

      Hoss…many thanks to both you and your Dad.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Simple Citizen says:

      Hoss,

      Good point; I believe she is a cutout that is being introduced to us now, because she will be utilized again in the future.

      My guess is that the crew from Industrial Light, the Mouse House, or the Minion manufacturer, which operates the animatronic being formerly known as Senator Joe Biden, have provided us with Senator Duckworth as a distraction, because they are in disarray on a VP choice (Democrats fighting with one another? Never.).

      She has a good deal in common with Barry and his mother Stanley that is not really highlighted too much at the moment. The powers that be keep pushing her service record, but I would say that it is worth being (vaguely) aware of her background in the future, as we may see her again after this farce ends.

      Best,
      Simple Citizen

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    • From Wikipedia about Senator Duckworth:

      “Following in the footsteps of her father, who served in World War II and the Vietnam War,[7] and ancestors who have served in every major conflict since the Revolutionary War,[8] Duckworth joined the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps[17] in 1990 as a graduate student at George Washington University.[18][19] She became a commissioned officer in the United States Army Reserve in 1992 and chose to fly helicopters[17] because it was one of the few combat jobs open to women at that time.[citation needed] As a member of the Army Reserve, she went to flight school, later transferring to the Army National Guard and entering the Illinois Army National Guard in 1996.[17] Duckworth also worked as a staff supervisor at Rotary International headquarters in Evanston, Illinois[20][21] and was the coordinator of the Center for Nursing Research at Northern Illinois University.[22]

      Duckworth was working towards a Ph.D. in political science at Northern Illinois University, with research interests in the political economy and public health in southeast Asia, when she was deployed to Iraq in 2004.[20] She lost her right leg near the hip and her left leg below the knee[23] from injuries sustained on November 12, 2004, when the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter she was co-piloting was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade fired by Iraqi insurgents.[24] She was the first American female double amputee from the Iraq War.[3] The explosion severely broke her right arm and tore tissue from it, necessitating major surgery to repair it.[6] Duckworth received a Purple Heart on December 3 and was promoted to Major on December 21 at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where she was presented with an Air Medal and Army Commendation Medal.[24] She retired from the Illinois Army National Guard in October 2014 as a lieutenant colonel.[25]”

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tammy_Duckworth#:~:text=She%20lost%20her%20right%20leg,amputee%20from%20the%20Iraq%20War.

      My words below:

      Her grotesque political views aside – THIS WOMAN IS A HERO WHO SUSTAINED HORRIFIC INJURIES IN COMBAT SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY!

      I take issue with Tucker Carlson’s implying she isn’t a “real veteran” – because she will with her sacrifices to our country for the rest of her life.

      I despise her political views and ideas about how we should change our country. But like all Americans, she has the right to voice those views. I completely disagree with her, of course, but not with her right to hold those beliefs. I wish to God Illinois voters had not elected her as their Senator, but they did. She ran for the seat and won it. So there we are.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        What Tucker was saying is Sen. Duckworth uses her injuries (and race) as a crutch and a cudgel to keep people from criticizing her record. Omar does the same thing.

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      • Lulu says:

        She’s a threat to the very existence of the country and a scumbag who uses her “service” to advance her political career and destroy the US. She’s no better than John McCain and I don’t give a crap about her “service.” Sort of like she doesn’t give a crap about George Washington’s service or the service of Veterans being abused and killed by the Veterans Administration.

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      • Simple Citizen says:

        Fairest Witness,

        Thank you for your very detailed comment. The point you bring up about Senator Tammy Duckworth’s heroism could be extremely conflicting for us all.

        On the one hand, no one is forced into service in the United States of America at this point in time. The mere fact that she showed up to boot camp on day 1 is very impressive and worth our praise. Further, her overall service record is also extremely admirable and appreciated (I believe) by all of us. The choice and act of service to our nation is extremely generous and merits gratitude.

        What begins to strike me (humbly) is that her background has points that resemble other individuals who may not have been the best influences / stewards to our nation. The area of Asia she lived in and her father’s work begins to indicate a commonality to Ms. Stanley Ann Durham in some respects. Further, Senator Duckworth’s commonality to President Barrack H. Obama becomes clear when we see that she has taken a path from Hawaii to Illinois.

        Out of all the combinations that this woman could embark on to make her into the person we see today (e.g. college in Vermont / Senator from Connecticut), she happens to be of mixed parentage and has followed the exact same directional course as President Obama. This would indicate to me that there is a pattern, which should be considered in weighing what this person is about. In another post, I indicated that she is more than likely a “cutout”, or a person who has more going on than meets the eye.

        To be clear, I do not doubt her wounds, I am appreciative of anyone’s service to the nation, and I am in awe of her physical recovery (what a road to come back from); however, I do think that there is more going on (in general) here. My guess is that she will never be on the ticket, and she was introduced to us in order to provide us with a diversion. Further, I would (humbly) opine that the DNC does not wish to let on how much they are in disarray about so many different points of action.

        Senator Biden and his handlers wanted Senator Klobuchar to return the CFR and the status quo to DC. The DNC is compromised by both their actions and lack of actions into a more radical corner, and Senator Duckworth has been floated as an idea, but also as a stalling tactic in order for them to try and rectify getting their house in order (or find a “happy middle” by chance). Either way, it is very ugly indeed.

        What I would also like to (very humbly) mention is that there are many new Democratic government officials and / or contenders that suddenly have military credentials and service records. When I see this coincidence, after decades of the DNC taking very harsh positions over the military, I am left scratching my head as to why now?

        Oh well, I have to run. To be clear, I really appreciate your perspective. There are just other factors that make me question the whole background story.

        Best,
        Simple Citizen

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        • I wish Senator Duckworth’s military service would not be used by her or some on the Conservative side for politics. Surely we can debate and oppose her political statements and desires now without denigrating her past contribution to our country.

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          • Simple Citizen says:

            Seems reasonable enough to me, but I would add that I would hope that the DNC would not use her service as a “selling point” for her political views. Why don’t we simply thank her (graciously) and move on to her potlitical perpective, which could be considered on its merits alone.

            Please be well.

            Best…

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  9. amwick says:

    She was a helicopter pilot, and lost both her legs. I guess she figures that this gives her lifelong immunity against criticism.
    She was born in Thailand, her father was in the Army and the Marines, her mother was Thai Chinese. There is noise about her as VP choice, but, rules for VP eligibility are identical to those for POTUS. It isn’t clear if she is actually eligible, the question seems moot, and will never be addressed. It hinges on that ambiguous phrase “natural born citizen”. This is a sore point with me.

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    • Ausonius says:

      Might one say that her injuries have caused a deep bitterness against America? That reaction is not unknown.

      Given her statements, and those by Omar shown by Mr. Carlson, and the speech at Mount Rushmore, the Election of 2020 will clearly be a choice between tearing down America and constructing a Communist Totalitarian country versus trying to keep our freedoms safe from DEMS everywhere, including mayors, governors, and Roberts and his Leftists.

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      • amwick says:

        That could be a reason.. also her father did something with the UN, something about refugees… I only just started looking up some background.. She was never anyone I heard about before now.. Somehow he ended up unemployed and they were on welfare in Hawaii. The scary thing, is that she sounds smart, and determined.. Being a helicopter pilot,, I think that takes some brains…

        But this thing about eligibility.. It really is a grey area, and it should not be.. Not for the most important job in the free world… People here have debated here, valid points, but you can make arguments all over the place.

        It would be great to hear from her constituents… from Illinois.. they may have some really good insight..

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    • Jim in TN says:

      The phrase “natural born citizen” was used in the first naturalization act passed by Congress in 1790.
      http://rs6.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsl&fileName=001/llsl001.db&recNum=227
      The link is to the usage. It is sort of an addendum, not a full addition.

      The entire law was superseded. But, this stands as a record of what was understood at the time the Constitution went into effect. Many of that Congress were part of authoring the Constitution.

      Flat out racist and sexist. But that is part of our past.

      Citizenship only for whites. Children, of citizens, that are born overseas are still “nbc”, if father previously resided in America.

      By that rule, McStain, porn in Panama, was clearly an “nbc”. But that was changed in 1795 to just citizen. The “nb” was removed. So by the also defunct 1795 naturalization act, McStain would not have been an “nbc”.

      These laws kept being repealed and replaced. In 1798, the Alien and Sedition Acts had a new Naturalization law. Which was repealed in 1802. And so forth.

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      • JT says:

        Interesting isn’t it that McCain’s eligibility came up in 2008 but not 0bama’s.

        Congress actually bestowed naturalization status to him since he was born outside the U.S. (and per info at the time of his birth was ineligible for the office of Presidency and in 2016 that language was still present when people were discussing the Canadian Ted Cruz).

        Mitt Romney’s father made him ineligible too – old George was born in Mexico.

        When we had civics classes natural born citizenship was discussed. It’s one of the reasons Lincoln chose George Meade to replace Joe Hooker as commander of the Army of the Potomac in 1863 just before the Battle of Gettysburg. Meade was born in Spain and could not therefore become a political opponent the was McClellan did.

        The Constitution states that the President must be NBC. Otherwise why is it written so?

        HRC also brought up 0’s birth status as being deficient, but of course took the big gulp and went to serve under him.

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      • California Joe says:

        McCain was born in the Panama Canal Zone (US Territory, ) on a US Naval Base where his father was stationed. A US military base is always United States soil so he was eligible without question to run for for President of the United States.

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        • rashomon says:

          I think the problem was the base did not have a maternity hospital, so he was born off-base. Otherwise, you are correct, CAJoe

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    • avi says:

      co-pilot not a pilot

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      • emeraldcoaster says:

        She was a qualified pilot serving in the co-pilot aircrew position. No need to denigrate her military service due to her post-military activities. She’s a political disaster, and her constituents should vote accordingly.

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      • amwick says:

        Oh.. TY.. I just did a quick look up.. Never really heard of her before…

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    • dd_sc says:

      Of course she thinks it give her immunity from criticism. She watched McCain hide behind his POW status for years.

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    • California Joe says:

      It’s not really ambiguous! The writers of the Constitution were all Englishmen and most were lawyers. They relied on the law that they knew and that law clearly defined NATURAL BORN CITIZEN!

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  10. chuck lowe says:

    There are literally thousands of people who come in third, but Tucker is the only number two. He is the second most important American in the United States, behind DJT.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Knock it off, Tucker. 😉

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    • Vera says:

      Yet Tucker pretends not to know things, like a leftist……he pretends not to know that the whole Mueller Russian inquiry hoax was only possible because Sessions resigned and knew he was going to resign before appointment. PDJT shares in this disaster because he let known anti Trumpers persuade him to appoint Rosie to essentially take over Sessions roll.

      Could you imagine Holder resigning in such a circumstance or would he fight to the death for Obama?
      Sessions caused 2 years of massive distraction. Dumb as 9 chickens.

      Tucker pretends not to know what Sessions wrought.

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  11. Pa Hermit says:

    The masks really came off with the Obama elections. Both sides of the aisle are now exposed and they have zero qualms about it! The only way out of this is through elections and the Left really wants control of that process. This chinaflu gives them that window and and they are whole hog about getting every inch of it and more. Sundance can’t do it by himself(?) and fight not only the Left, but Big Tech too. Censure is a hot commodity and the Left wants control of that. Cold anger just might not be enough. The silent majority needs woke to the Lefts means. The tables need turned and let the Left feel the Alinsky effect!

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    • FrankieZee says:

      The problem is we don’t have anyone to lead us like the Tea Party did. I was never political until Odumbo got elected. Then the Tea Party appeared and I remember going to several rallies in Tampa when I was driving home from work to St. Petersburg. They weren’t huge rallies, but you felt like you did something just by being there. Standing on the sidewalk, waving at all of the people honking their car horns in support. We need someone like a Tucker who has the public forum to tell us to rally in DC in the thousands.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Tea Party did not have “a” leader. It had lots of people who rose up and did something. A handful of national politicians tried to race out front and take leadership. But mostly they just took donations

        That lack of leadership is probably why Obama had to use the IRS to abuse these people. “A” leader could have been destroyed by the press. He needed the massive power of government to destroy and/or thwart lots of people all at the same time. And he needed it done before the next elections.

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    • Did you forget that we have a President Trump? Yeah. He’s a fighter, and Term Two will be EPIC!!!

      Can’t. Wait.

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  12. Blind no Longer says:

    Tucker is standing up to them all!!! Left-Right, it doesn’t matter.
    He just gave everybody who loves this country, permission to grow a pair of balls and call out the politicians who hate this country, or only care about the balance in their bank account!!!

    Keep it up Tucker!!!!! You’ve been on fire lately!!! Truth telling and rejecting the Left’s narrative, that you can’t criticize a woman, veteran or “a person of color”!!!! YOU GO TUCKER!!!!

    This is how we battle them…in the open with our own rules of engagement not theirs.

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  13. Merkin Muffley says:

    Then Carlson gives a 5 minute infomercial to traitor Sessions’ campaign. I do not trust him.

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    • Carter Burger says:

      Me and the wife were both saying “Where was this Jeff Sessions when we needed him to help our president”. I know exactly why he’s behind in the polls and I hope Coach Tuberville trounces him.

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      • galtcat says:

        I can’t trust Sessions one IOTA. His recusal was the worst action any AG could possibly take. The Recusal led to the Russian hoax, the Mueller SC and the disastrous 2018 Mid-Term election, which flipped the House and Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House. Imagine where our beloved country would be if not for the Recusal. Surely Session knew the Russian Collusion was a Hoax, if not, then he is stupid as he sounds. At the very least, he should have told Trump he intended to recuse himself before he accepted the AG nomination

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    • You took one for the team (well, for me) just by watching that; I happened to see the Duckworth-Omar exposé (by chance), then I left. I don’t trust any of them, except mostly Lou Dobbs, so it’s up to you guys to watch all of that “stuff” (bad word) and complain about it, to keep others from developing any more hero-worshiping beliefs about them.

      I’s Caveat Emptor all the way down, now. Buyer beware.

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    • Peppurr says:

      Yeah. That didn’t sit well with me.

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  14. Coward face she is hopeful for most corrupt dementia creepy joe VP,
    8’years of corruption country can’t afford another obama’s Deep state’s,

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  15. Peter Jordan says:

    “Tear down the Country” says two people not born here!

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  16. Carter Burger says:

    Duckworth isn’t going on Tucker’s show. the LAST thing she wants is a free and open debate. In the arena of ideas, progressive democrats like Duckworth lose every time.

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  17. TradeBait says:

    I’m still trying my best to understand why proven criminals are still in elected offices and are not prosecuted. I know politics is dirty, so the only thing I can come up with is they own the people in the respective law enforcement and judiciary that have jurisdiction over the criminal activity. We know it is on both sides of the aisle with the uni-party system. Which is why they don’t play to win like the majority of Americans, and especially We the People patriots, want them to do.

    There are laws, criminal and civil, that seek to prevent false charges, accusations, slander, libel, etc. There are penalties attached for convictions and judicial rulings with awards for the plaintiff in the civil cases. Why are they not happening? They happen daily across America when average folks are involved.

    Asking for a friend.

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  18. ed357 says:

    I’m thinking more and more that these people‘s first election is legitimate…..they’re going to DC to help the people and do the people’s work…..

    But somewhere along the way…..they get compromised by money, influence, or power and lose their way…..they do something that they can’t undo and are forever compromised by “The Swamp”….then The Swamp uses their limitless resources to keep them in DC.

    I’m a firm believer in term limits, going back to state appointed Senators, and part time legislators. To finish off…..the Rule of Law and Equality under the Law is paramount…..The Law has to be equally applied…..No one should be above the Law.

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    • Dwayne Diesel says:

      Yes, go back to the founding format of our elections: we the people elect a President, we the People also elect a VP (not this BS partner stuff, we the people elect our House of Rep member, we the people elect our state legislative branch reps, and then those reps select the state’s Senators.

      The Reps are supposed to represent the people and the Senators the states. It hasn’t been that way for decades.

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    • Orygun says:

      Congress should not be exempt from the laws We the People have to live with.

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      • Mello says:

        I think Ric Grenell is right, term limits cannot fix what is wrong in Washington. Elected officials just play musical chairs if/when termed out and end up at another DC position. It is the centralization of all of our fed agencies and departments in one location (DC) that is the obstacle to getting rid of losers. DC is an incestuous breeding ground of self perpetuating like-minded swamp critters. Termed out of one job? No problem, just move to another without ever having to leave DC. You end up with a very limited gene pool. Scatter the locations of our institutions throughout the country geographically AND have term limits, then you might make some progress.

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        • Kitty-Kat says:

          Imo term limits would give the unelected bureaucracy way too much power. For term limits to work, they need also to be applied to bureaucrats. Something like no more than ten years allowed in a government job.

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  19. Sentient says:

    When it comes to George Washington, we can’t acknowledge his role as general and “father of our country” without also acknowledging that he owned 300 human beings. Tucker Carlson didn’t mention that. Michele Norris just wrote about it https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/george-and-martha-washington-enslaved-300-people-lets-start-with-their-names/2020/06/26/d3f7c362-b7e7-11ea-a510-55bf26485c93_story.html
    To leave that out is to ignore the elephant in the room. Christians can understand his flaws as his being – like everyone – a sinner. If nothing else, it’s impractical to remove the name “Washington” from everything – universities, neighborhoods, streets, towns – an entire state. So leave the statues up. Leave him on the dollar bill, but never obscure the fact that his name comes with a giant asterisk. This is why respect for the founders’ work product (the Constitution) should never turn into worshipping the founders themselves.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Washington was a creature of his times. No * is needed….just an education about how and why the world was very different in the 1700s from what it is today….or 1860 or 1920.

      The article you quote is a classic example of hindsight projection where morales and norms of the present are imposed on the past. A very dangerous game.

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      • Marc says:

        The vast majority of southern whites did not ever own slaves. He was a man of his age but not a typical man. He should be respected and lauded for his achievements for the nation but he and other Founders are often deified by the Right as though his faults never existed.

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      • nomadic100 says:

        Agreed. Washington had, amazingly, only an eighth grade education.

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      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        Grasshopper I was just about to say the same thing. No anything is needed. The world was what it was back then. Applying, as you also mention, today’s standards and values to history is a fool’s errand. Unfortunately, we have many fools in this world.

        And to further your point the people who write articles like the one shared by Sentient and point out the “fallacies” of the past only tend to point out certain fallacies. These same people ignore Greeks, the Romans, the Egyptians, the Ivory Coast, the Turks, the Kahns, and many others in the past who also utilized slavery as a means to boost their economies. They also ignore the present-day India, China, Pakistan, North Korea, Nigeria, Iran, Indonesia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Russia, and the Philippines. You know places that currently lead the world in real actual ownership of slaves.

        They also ignore this, choosing CNN on purpose:

        https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2011/06/world/table.trafficking.report/

        I like how the history for these people only starts in 1776 when it’s convenient.

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        • alf040910# says:

          Thanks for exposing current day slavery. It infuriates me that the stupid 1619 project teaches that the US invented slavery. The conquered became slaves if they weren’t slaughtered way back to the beginning of humans and is documented in the Old Testament and in Ancient History curriculum.

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        • alf040910# says:

          Thanks for exposing current day slavery. It infuriates me that the stupid 1619 project teaches that the US invented slavery. The conquered became slaves if they weren’t slaughtered way back to the beginning of humans and is documented in the Old Testament and in Ancient History curriculum.

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        • alf040910# says:

          Thanks for exposing current day slavery. It infuriates me that the stupid 1619 project teaches that the US invented slavery. The conquered became slaves if they weren’t slaughtered way back to the beginning of humans and is documented in the Old Testament and in Ancient History curriculum.

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        • alf040910# says:

          Thanks for exposing current day slavery. It infuriates me that the stupid 1619 project teaches that the US invented slavery. The conquered became slaves if they weren’t slaughtered way back to the beginning of humans and is documented in the Old Testament and in Ancient History curriculum.

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      • Orygun says:

        Go to a State Archive and look at an early census. Even the Indians had slaves. It was a common practice worldwide and using it to judge by today’s standards is foolhardy to say the least.

        The traitorous media is pushing this divisive narrative to create chaos.

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    • Pegon Zellschmidt says:

      Everyone has an asterisk. So you weigh the overall good with the overall bad. History books would be twice as large if we included every slight they committed. Imagine the too gruesome for school children Nelson Mandella’s pages or the porn filled pictures of MLK.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      That is a losers bet and nobody should take your advice. Do we need to put an asterisk by the Apostles and Saints of the Church name? They spoke specifically on slavery and not about abolition. People needing asterisk to feel comfy and warm need a blanky and a safe space.

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    • galtcat says:

      Who needs a stupid “asterisk” when the history is known? unless you want to erase it

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    • Lulu says:

      Blah, blah, blah. Then I want an asterisk next to MLK that talks about how he liked to screw blonde hookers in orgies and liked to watch his fellow “pastors” rape white girls. And we need an asterisk by JFK talking about his drug addiction, hundreds of women he committed adultery with including group sex and teenagers. And JFK being compromised by the mafia.

      We need to talk about Einstein’s sex perversions and how he abandoned his child that dies of neglect and poverty. Every sports hero and famous Hollywood person needs an asterisk – and yes they’re in Social Studies textbooks. And a bi asterisk anytime they talk about islam as they are still enslaving black Africans and really like to do bad things to gays and women.

      And there’a a whole lot of dirty laundry to air about FDR, Clinton, Jimmah Carter, George HW Bush and Barbara Bush, obama, RFK, Teddy Kennedy, Woodrow Wilson, about a quarter of our supreme court justices since its first court. Then there is every leader of every country prior to at least the 1800s.

      Or does your idea only apply to our founders?

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  20. L4grasshopper says:

    How much longer will the new Paul Ryan inspired Fox News allow Tucker to speak?

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  21. Paul B. says:

    Tucker is magnificent, and habitually so. Easily the most important man in television.

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  22. ediegrey says:

    Wow, when Tucker is good, he is fantastic. This was so great – right on, Tucker, keep up the good fight.

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  23. eric says:

    these people are sick…and evil….and stupid.
    NOVEMBER COMES…TAKE OUT THE TRASH.

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  24. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    So refreshing to hear Tucker use such precise language. “Vandals.” Our spineless Repubs should grow a pair. Hopefully the bamboo curtain, eg, ‘service to our country’ (see Bowe Bergdahl) or preferred political pigmentation and gender, which politicians hide behind has been ripped away.👍

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    • Marc says:

      Tucker’s been listening to Michael Savage. That’s his term for the looters and statue destroyers.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        And it’s a smart one because it has not been co-opted by the race-baiters yet as racist. Nor have they even tried to make that association yet. When they start to do that….it will be even clearer and some who can’t see their own nose will have to start taking notice.

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  25. GTOGUY says:

    I recall two GOP congressmen who recently were indicted and jailed for exactly what Omar has done. They both resigned in disgrace and were sent to jail. Chris Collins of NY and Duncan Hunter of CA. Why does she and Rashid get a pass?

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  26. William says:

    The dummies (congresspersons and senators) who talk about how illegitimate the founders of this government are and how they (those same dummies) want to tear down the government are totally disconnected from reality. Don’t they realize that their government positions that they currently hold and enjoy the fruits of were created by those same evil white men they are condemning. When they talk about destroying the government, don’t they realize that if that is accomplished, those positions they currently hold would no longer exist? For the government positions held by these dummies were created by the document they revile; the powers that they wield were outlined by the same document; and these dummies’ salaries are funded by taxation decreed in the exact document they hate.

    To these dummies, abolish the government and you abolish your sinecures.

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  27. TrumpTweetsTruth says:

    She should stick to writing “stump speeches “!

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  28. Ockham's Phaser says:

    Tucker has a great formula, almost too easy actually. The left leaves themselves wide open to criticism constantly They rely on the media, their identity and the outrage culture for cover. It has made them sloppy and careless. They leave themselves wide open.

    Any journalist could run with the ocean of material the left provides on a daily basis and many do. But many, like Sean constantly concede ground. “Sure, I’d wear a mask … blah blah … rank and file blah blah”. But, Tucker is never cowed by the sneering, bullying and indignation. He never retreats, ever. He stakes his position and defends every nuance of it. He turns around and attacks the attacks on him too … because it is easy to do … and because it is necessary.

    I respect that about him a lot. I almost want to say to Tucker “thank you for your service”.

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  29. TrumpTweetsTruth says:

    Democrats will use anything

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  30. SR says:

    I love Tucker and people wait for 8 pm EST for his show. He does not talk how great he is like Hannity and 99% FBI folks are good crap. Now RINO Republicans are scared to come on Tucker show. I hope Fox keeps Tucker, there are many politicians already start feeling scared.

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  31. Auwtsnae says:

    Jefferson’s views on unchecked immigration were prescient.

    Ilhan Omar is a perfect example.

    “They will bring with them the principles of the governments they leave, imbibed in their early youth; or, if able to throw them off, it will be in exchange for an unbounded licentiousness, passing, as is usual, from one extreme to another. It would be a miracle were they to stop precisely at the point of temperate liberty. These principles, with their language, they will transmit to their children. In proportion to their numbers, they will share with us the legislation. They will infuse into it their spirit, warp and bias its directions, and render it a heterogeneous, incoherent, distracted mass.”

    Thomas Jefferson (Notes on the State of Virginia)

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  32. Don McAro says:

    Tammy Duckworth is Bounty Hunting voters with her lies

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  33. Dwayne Diesel says:

    I am sharing this here because I feel it fits the context: the race-baiting and cultural BS we are being put through right now by companies, politicians, and our idiot neighbors.

    Tucker calls this Senator out as others are calling out Hollywood and sports. Terry Crews and Jason Whitlock both black males coming out against the BLM insanity, the statue grab and wokeness in general.

    I always appreciated Whitlock’s commentary on Fox Sports, in the same manner, I enjoy Tucker’s. He left and became part of the Out Kick the Coverage Crew with Clay Travis. He’s been on fire since.

    He lights up the NFL and Kap here and well worth your time (his anecdote about slavery while responding to a friend on the 4th is priceless):

    WHAT TO THE INTELLIGENT IS COLIN KAEPERNICK? A FRAUD,-
    https://outkick.com/what-to-the-intelligent-is-colin-kaepernick-a-fraud/

    NFL EMBRACING BLM IDEALS HIGHLIGHTS ITS LEADERSHIP VOID-
    https://outkick.com/nfl-embracing-blm-ideals-highlights-its-leadership-void/

    His home page with a great new article up today titled “WNBA, NFL PLAYERS SHOW BLM STANDS FOR BIGOTED LYNCH MOB”:
    https://outkick.com/author/jason-whitlock/

    I am truly impressed with his writing skill and well thought out viewpoints.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      I’ve read Whitlock for years. It’s not easy being non pc in the world of sport, but he’s an honest guy who actually THINKS about cause and effect.

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  34. Caius Lowell says:

    Tammy is the worst, and her legs don’t give her freedom to say anything she wants without being held responsible…

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  35. sarasotosfan says:

    Tucker smoked Duckworth last night. I bet her phone has been on fire ever since.

    Btw, I subscribed to Sirius to hear Carlson as well as Mark Levin and Tick Tock. By doing so I cut Comcast out and save some $ to boot.

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  36. Bob Parker says:

    Senator Duckworth i simply all that she is quacked up to be.

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  37. disgusted citizen says:

    how much is a duck worth?

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  38. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    Not only is Tucker over the target, his show’s rating prove he is doing severe damage to the Left. My local paper, and I live in a very “red” city and county, has become just another liberal left rag. This morning it printed an AP wire story attacking Tucker over his recent shows going after Democrats and their hate for the US. I knew when I saw that he is doing major damage and they know it and are scared to death of Tucker.

    Keep pounding them Tucker, it’s working.

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    • Kaco says:

      Tazio, my local newspaper jumped the shark as well and I am also from a Republican county and town. It was a free once a week local newspaper with local news only delivered on Saturdays. Since the pandemic, they switched to online “e-delivery” on a daily basis. Well, it’s lengthened to 80 pages, no local news, and every headline is about national politics and anti-Trump, many articles pulled from AP, NYT, WaPo. I had written them a couple of times about it, once looking for any news article on the graduating high school class. They said because of the pandemic, it is too hard to get local news. They also claim they print their papers in Pennsylvania (we’re in Ohio) and the presses are shut down because of the pandemic. I have a hard time believing that. I tried asking a couple of times anyone here from PA to verify this claim but no one has answered. I found one article from PA saying that newspapers are part of the essential business. Basically, I think it’s a ploy for anti-Trump before the election.

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  39. Kaco says:

    I am getting sick and tired of these new immigrants coming here, running for office, and then wanting to change our government and telling us how bad we are. It’s bad enough we get it from natural born citizens but it’s especially grating from these new immigrants, I don’t care if they’ve served in the military or not. Tucker is right, just like McCain, their military service and injuries do not absolve them from criticism.

    It’s really turning me off to these immigrants or first generation getting into our government, Nikki Haley is another one. I know we have restrictions on the President, perhaps we should have natural born on the rest of Congress.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I agree wholeheartedly. They couldn’t/WOULDN’T stay and fix their own countries, and yet they think they can come over here, live on our dime, and constantly criticize and change us to be more like their corrupt countries. Sorry, that crap ain’t gonna’ work here!

      If you are so good at your job, go back to where you came from and fix them. We don’t need your “help”. Thanks, and don’t mind the door hitting you on your way out.

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  40. Sigh2016 says:

    I think this is an effective tactic–to call them out publicly for their actual, factual acts of treason, abuse, malfeasance, violations of their oath, etc. while in office–I’m talking about those voted in who answer to the people only, not private sector. Backing it up with facts, evidence and not letting up. Inviting them to debate as adults and never let off the button. Tucker is but one man, and thank God his ratings are soaring, but we need this happening 24/7, so then we can cumulatively call them out for not showing up to debate as well. This is a surefire way to discredit them. There is nothing he said that she could argue against effectively (which, we know is why she won’t appear on his show). WE NEED TAKE BACK AND TO SET THE PLAYING FIELD. OUR RULES–FACTS OVER FICTION.
    I’m not talking about a 1 minute fluff piece on “oh the humanity” and then on to the next story for 30 seconds, which formats like Fox are beholden to. I am talking about a focused source /channel /outlet that does the precision lasering hit he did on this person. Over and over and over again with each of them. The left does this (based on lies). We need to do this based on facts-NO opinion–just facts and evidence. Truth rings loud and clear–and louder to those who do not want to hear it.
    The host only sticks to facts and only debates the person he/she is calling out–not their representative, not some professor or expert, not someone pushing “their book”. The subject and the subject only. We have a lot of scattered people doing this fine work, but we need it to be a single, large source, focused, and national. List their crimes, back up with evidence/site sources for people who want to decry it.
    If we normalize this, eventually people will ask–why aren’t they showing up? Why aren’t they taking this person on? What are they afraid of? Maybe this host is right??
    And the host needs to be someone sharp and intelligent that won’t let their feelings get in the way. Someone clean as a whistle with no debatable past.

    Tucker nailed it. We need a ton more of this quickly.

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    • Sigh2016 says:

      To clarify a couple of points–when I say national–I mean a national audience (not a small little internet video channel no one sees). Also–this goes for all parties–not just dems–Rs and Independents, too.
      Maybe I am just fed up and want to see people speaking truth instead of a bunch of opinionated experts and book pushers sounding off in short segments between yammering hosts and guests. Wishful thinking that if they screw with We the People, they get called out, I guess.
      I doubt anything will come of this, but loved the truth he shot out like a clear beacon. I found it very effective.

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      • Kaco says:

        I am thankful for Tucker, if it weren’t for him, Senators Braun, Johnson, and I think someone else, would be pushing for more of this anti-American bullcrap.l He is speaking for us at a national level.

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  41. Lulu says:

    America is already over – we’re just having a lingering death. The majority of people in the US under the age of 18 are non-white and are foreign born or the children of non-assimilated immigrants. They have no interest in our history, Constitution or continuing the Republic because that is viewed as white, and has nothing to do with them.

    The question is will we peacefully break into several different countries or will there be a civil war or worst option a dictator and genocide.

    The US as it is now can’t exist in 25 years.

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  42. Sepp says:

    Tucker Carlson for President in 2024 ? ? ?

    Washington Watcher II has an article about that on Vdare.com

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  43. The American Patriot says:

    What does he expect of the Demosocialistscrats response to Trump’s speech?

    They are COMMIES and they HATE AMERICA!

    They probably wish Reagan was never president!

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  44. Callmelennie says:

    Didnt Benefict Arnold lose a leg in service to his country before he attempted a serious disservice to his country? And were the American patriots buffaloed by that

    In fact, the joke about Arnold was, “We’ll bury his leg with full honors; then hang what’s left of the traitorous son of a b*tch from the nearest tree”

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  45. Caius Lowell says:

    Democrats are angry when Democrats are called out for being as horrible as Democrats are…

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  46. republicanvet91 says:

    Duckwad knows she has zero defense to saying POTUS heralded “dead traitors” or saying George Washington statues need to be torn down, so she used the defense that has worked well for her for a long time. I have watched her since before she was a Senator because of the way the left promoted her, and fully expected she would be maneuvered into higher positions over time.

    She HAS said the same things in the past.

    She was maneuvered into a position within the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, then promptly made a disaster there including ignoring whistle blowers.

    She was still being maneuvered into positions to protect her political career until she finally got lucky enough (in Illinois no less) to finally wiggle into a House seat by using her disability against her opponent who was a former Colonel in the Marines. If I recall correctly, this was during a time when the Democrats were pushing very hard to recruit veterans into their party.

    With the help of many on the left and the media, they finally pushed her over the line for a seat in the Senate, but has not been known for any great things accomplished.

    All along the way, she pulls out the disability hammer as needed and the media does the rest for her.

    I absolutely despise her using her disability as a weapon. She does it knowingly and willingly with the full cooperation of the media, while others with similar or worse injuries are ignored because their politics are wrong.

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  47. Retired IG says:

    Ouch! After reading through all of the comments from which I learned a lot! I am going to go back and listen to Tucker again. Duckworth and Omar are “slaves” to their ideology in more ways than one.
    As immigrants, ALL of my Grandparents both Maternal and Paternal, struggled to come to America. Their spirits LIVE within all of their descendants LIVES. STRONGLY. Their names are embellished on Ellis Island.
    I lost one Uncle in WWII shot down as a pilot near New Guinea. And had another Uncle in the 10th Mountain Engineering Division. I could go on and on and on re my Uncles. Not to mention all that were lost in Iraq, Afghanistan. What a litany I could pen.
    So I am cold when it comes to Duckworth losing her legs. COLD. I can’t even imagine a person immigrating to the US (or being allowed to) if they hate it, and dis Veterans so much. Still being cold, OMAR and DUCKWORTH are SEIZING THIS TIME to just spout their hateful diarrhea just to get some bandwidth “want to be on the TV”. Disgusting.
    If the Master’s of the” digital Universe” are going to BAN anyone, it should be these TWO UnGRATEFUL GOOD FOR NOTHINGS!

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  48. American Human says:

    Not too long after Duckworth was released from the hospital, I met her at a 4th of July celebration. It was a small group of people (maybe 100 or so). She was one of many speakers who had recently lost limbs. She talked about her experience as a pilot and the RPG that hit her helicopter etc.She talked about how efficient everyone was and praised the military doctors and nurses and support along with her fellow Illinois Nat Guard troops. She talked about how one lucky guy with an RPG would not ruin her life and on it went. I was impressed. I introduced myself to her and told her how much I appreciated her dedication. She was fairly slim and trim then (not like now). I recall later how she ran for congress because a certain Obama talked her into it. Now she’s a Senator and it seems as if to be a democrat senator, one must go to Orwell’s room 101 and graduate. As the years pass and I hear her continual insults and her demeaning of Americans, I regret my initial admiration of her. She’s just another far left wing commie sympathizer and America-hater. So sad.

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  49. Teresa Hegedus says:

    Tucker, we’re on your side!

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