CNN and the Usuals Are After Tucker Carlson (Again) and They're Flat-Out Wrong (Again)

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CNN (“The Most Trusted Name in News”) and the rabid left are after Fox News host Tucker Carlson again — still — are they? This time, as we reported Saturday, the Anti-Defamation League and other various groups with long histories of behaving in such manner hooked up with whiny Brian Stelter, WingNut Don Lemon & Co. to demand Tucker be fired over what they like to call “white replacement theory.” You know, more “white supremacy” nonsense.

Before we dig into the above, let’s get one thing straight.

There are two fundamental reasons why Fox News lives rent-free, 24×7, in CNN’s head:

Ratings and truth-telling. The ratings war dominated by Fox, which has been legendary, has been the envy of CNN for as long as it can remember. As to the truth, save for a handful of political hosts in whose eyes Donald Trump can do no wrong, contrary to recent delusional comments by CNN’s Jake Tapper, it is Fox News where objective people go for honest news — hardly CNN or even more laughable MSNBC.

Tucker’s latest “transgression” began last week with a discussion centered around so-called “replacement theory,” or as the left prefers, “white replacement theory,” of course. I mean, if you’re going to label Carlson a “white supremacist” (for the proverbial umpteenth time) dammit, let’s just put it right there on the table — to make sure no one misses it.

Which is exactly what “nikki mccann ramírez” — who refers to herself as “mexicana online” — calls it. In the short clip below, Tucker says, in part:

“The left and all the little gatekeepers on Twitter become literally hysterical if you use the term ‘replacement.’

“If you suggest that the Democratic Party is trying to replace the current electorate — the voters now casting ballots — with new people, more obedient voters from the Third World.

“But they become hysterical because that’s what happening, actually. Let’s just say it. That’s true.”

Did you catch Tucker’s reference to “white replacement theory”? Me neither.

Tucker then used the analogy of a family’s home.

“If this was happening in your house, if you were in sixth grade, for example, and without telling you, your parents adopted a bunch of new siblings, and gave them brand new bikes.

“And let them stay up later, and helped them with their homework and gave them twice the allowance that they gave you, you would say to your siblings, ‘You know, I think we’re being replaced by kids that our parents love more.’

“And it would be kind of hard to argue against you, because look at the evidence.”

Carlson said what we are continuing to see unfold matters on a “bunch of different levels,” but on “the most basic level, it’s a voting-rights question.”

In a democracy, one person equals one vote. If you change the population, you dilute the political power of the people who live there.

I’m not fond of the over-used “Boom” — but BOOM.

Tucker Carlson is not only right, CNN, MSNBC, and various usual ankle-biting left-wing groups know every minute of it. Never forget one undeniable truth about the left:

The one thing the left most fears is truth.

And when that truth speaks to who they are, what they do, and why they do it? They go ballistic. They then do what they always do: rather than refute charges, facts, etc. with other facts or substantive counterarguments, they resort to namecalling. Their faves today of course all center around “systemic racism,” “white supremacy,” and other incendiary nonsense specifically used to fire up their troops, secondarily to, as their guru Saul Alinsky admonished, “freeze the target.” Except those targets are not going to freeze, anymore — and Tucker Carlson is as visible an example today as exists.

For that, Tucker Carlson must be “canceled.”

As to Tucker’s thoughts on “replacement,” here’s an illustration I’ve used for several years:

Let’s pretend Gallup or any other reputable polling organization stationed its pollsters all along the southern border. As illegal aliens continue to stream across, the pollsters ask which party they would support if ever given the right to vote in America. Let’s also assume — for illustration’s sake — that 75-80 percent of the illegals say they’d vote Republican. (Again, wouldn’t happen — but stay with me.) What would happen?

Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, the entire Democrat Party, along with the likes of CNN and MSNBC — would rush to the border, lock arms in a human chain stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico, in a “Custer’s Last Stand” effort to keep Latinos the hell out of America.

They know it. We know it. They know we know it, and we know they know we know it. We’ve always known it — for one simple reason if no other: everything Democrats propose, oppose, accept, or reject can be connected to the voting booth with no more than two dots.

Carlson did not illustrate “white replacement theory.” “American replacement theory,” much closer. “Dilution of political power,” spot-on.  Let’s be honest, left-wingers: you despise conservative blacks and their thoughts at least as much as white conservatives. Why? Because they — of all Americans — disrupt your narrative more than any other “group.” To deny that reality would be lying.

Presently, there is no one in the media who more strikes the fear of “truth exposed” into the disingenuous hearts of the left than Tucker Carlson.

Including “The Most Trusted Name in News.” Please.

For another sobering look at what’s happening around us as we speak, check out: Victor Davis Hanson: 10 ‘Radical Rules for Post-America’ Most Americans Now Publicly Accept