Conservative sports journalist and frequent guest on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” stopped by the show to weigh in with Tucker on Joe Biden’s first day as president. As is always the case with Whitlock, he spoke his mind without pulling any punches.
Carlson began by taking apart the all-too-frequent charge of “white supremacy,” one of the many unfounded yokes that the Democrat Party and its liberal media sycophants continually attempted to hang around Donald Trump’s neck.
“The bulwark against white supremacy is faith,” he said. “People of faith are far less likely — in effect, they’re commanded not to — judge people by how they were born. Why does nobody say that?
Whitlock told Carlson black people are being fooled by the Left.
“Tucker I’m so glad you’re going there because you’re speaking the absolute truth. This is secular values blossoming and coming into power. And the Left and this power-elite. […] Political elites are demonizing the people they’re supposed to represent. This is an attack on the American people. Black people are being fooled into thinking this is some sort of defense of us.”
“It is not,” Whitlock emphasized. “When you start talking about a ‘war on white supremacy,’ basically a war on people that you disagree with, politically. Because that’s all this is. Whoever the Left disagrees with gets painted as a white supremacist.”
Some on the Left — including “journalist” Roland Martin — weren’t all that happy with Whitlock’s observations.
Of course @TuckerCarlson would invite @WhitlockJason to discuss @JoeBiden‘s first day. If you want a useless discussion with someone who doesn’t know a damn thing about politics – and doesn’t even vote – call Jason. That’s how you keep your audience dumber with Mr. Uninformed. pic.twitter.com/KaDUn6IKzh
— rolandsmartin (@rolandsmartin) January 21, 2021
And then this, which was both hilarious and sad, given the sad reality of today’s Left.
“It’s happened to me — I’m black — I’m proudly black, with two black parents, black siblings — I’m in no denial. But now, because I express conservative values — [even] conservative non-political values, I’m seen as a friend of white supremacists. I’m a ‘white supremacist.’ Anybody who disagrees with the Left is a white supremacist.”
“I just want to reach out to black people and [say] let’s quit being used as a pawn by a political organization, the Left, the Democrats”, he added.
Jason Whitlock to Tucker: “I compare Black Lives Matter to the KKK… you go back to the 1860s after the Emancipation Proclamation the KKK was started, it was the enforcement arm of the Democratic Party. What’s the enforcement arm of the Democratic Party right now? BLM & antifa!” pic.twitter.com/29soKBlhYA
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) January 21, 2021
As reported by The Blaze, Carlson asked Whitlock for a comparison to Black Lives Matter, given the political force it has become. Whitlock went Whitlock — and he was spot-on.
“Well, I compare Black Lives Matter to the KKK. I really do. And some people don’t understand it, but if you go back to the 1860s, after the Emancipation Proclamation, the KKK was started, and it was the enforcement arm of the Democratic Party.
“And what’s the enforcement arm of the Democratic Party right now? Black Lives Matter and Antifa. They will come to your home and violate your home, try to intimidate the people in your home if they disagree with you politically.”
And then another dose of Black Lives Matter reality.
“Black Lives Matter [is] a Marxist organization. Marxism is hostile toward religion; that’s why I’m glad you went there today. These are atheist values being expressed from our leaders, demonizing individual citizens here in America, branding them as white supremacists … because we disagree with their opinion about something.”
“This is lunacy and it’s dangerous,” Whitlock said.
Here’s the entire segment.
Speaking of politically expedient Democrats, check out my earlier article about Ric Grenell’s dunk on Adam Schiff.
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