Tucker Carlson Nukes RINOs from Orbit and Should Be President in 2024
Fox News world champion star Tucker Carlson made an interesting point a couple of weeks ago. He stated that Republican politicians are not evil. They’re just weak, shallow people who desperately want other people to like them – which leads to their terrible decisions. Carlson says we can still steer them in the right direction, but we have to tell them when they’re screwing up.
Carlson then proved his own point by gloriously nuking three RINOs from orbit and quite possibly saving the GOP Senate’s majority this fall. It was such an awesome display of Carlson’s influence that suddenly everyone is whispering the words: “Tucker 2024?”
Carlson’s first target last week was Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN). Braun was pushing a bill written by Democrats to end legal protections that cops enjoy against frivolous lawsuits. Braun’s bill would make it easier for groups like the ACLU and Soros-funded advocacy groups to use “lawfare” to wreck the lives of cops. Concessions to a terrorist group during an ongoing war sound bad enough, but Braun’s sins were worse than that.
Carlson played an audio clip of Sen. Braun on a podcast that most of Braun’s Republican voters had never heard. In the clip, Braun stated unequivocally that he supports the Black Lives Matter group, because America has never been able to address BLM’s issues “from the grassroots level.” Say what?
Yes, a GOP Senator stated that he supports a terrorist organization that has supported the burning down of businesses and toppling national monuments and lists as an agenda item on their website their desire to destroy the nuclear family and promote transgender rights.
It was a disaster for Braun. Carlson ended the segment by stating that the GOP was likely to lose the Senate this fall with a platform like Braun’s, telling him, “I don’t think the public supports you at all on this.”
Police unions and private citizens flooded Mike Braun’s phone lines with calls the next day. Braun then withdrew the bill, saying he wasn’t going to move forward on it without “more input from police.” Uh huh.
That was Tucker Carlson’s warmup for last week.
Just a couple of days later, Senators Ron Johnson (R-MN) and James Lankford (R-OK) filed a bill to abolish Columbus Day as a national holiday, and to trade it to Black Lives Matter for a “holiday” called Juneteenth that literally no one ever mentioned prior to 2018.
Lankford and Johnson said their bill to abolish Columbus Day would celebrate “American ideals.” Huh? By erasing one of the giants of Western Civilization?
They also claimed that Republican voters should support the plan, because it was a great example of fiscal conservatism. See, by replacing one federal holiday (Columbus Day) with a made-up holiday (Juneteenth), they weren’t adding anything to the national debt.
The foregone conclusion of Lanford and Johnson was that we’re going to have to surrender to Black Lives Matter anyway, so they may as well save a buck in the process. Heaven forbid that anyone should tell Black Lives Matter to go pound sand and that they get no capitulation, no demands met, no surrender and no respect as long their foot soldiers are shooting 8-year-old girls to death in Atlanta.
Tucker Carlson ripped into Lankford and Johnson with a vengeance on Wednesday night. He ended that segment by telling his viewers to call Lankford and Johnson and let them know what they really think of the plan to abolish Columbus Day. Carlson’s viewers did just that on Thursday, and by Friday, the two Worm-tongue RINOs had canceled their own bill.
Tucker Carlson singlehandedly mounted a resistance that nuked three RINOs from orbit and steered them back onto the path of righteousness. What an incredible show of grassroots power from a person who is able to articulate the will of the American middle class even better than our current Master Communicator in Chief.
No wonder political operators are already filing the paperwork with the FEC to form “Draft Tucker Carlson 2024” PACs. Yes, really. Think about it.
How deep is the Republican bench for 2024? Not very. Everyone is excited about Josh Hawley of Missouri, but he’s backing a separate bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. Hawley has caved to the mob, but he did it more quietly than Johnson, Lankford and Braun. As awesome as Tom Cotton of Arkansas is, he doesn’t have the kind of star power that will appeal to most middle Americans. Ted Cruz? Rand Paul? They’re great, but we can’t forget that they both ran against Donald Trump’s America First agenda.
There’s one person on the right who has stayed truer to Trump’s vision of American First and the wishes of the middle class than even Trump himself – and he has proven himself capable of keeping the weak and feckless GOP on the right path instead of steering off into the weeds and weakly capitulating to people who can’t even make up their minds about what bathroom to use. And that’s the guy on Fox News every weeknight at 8:00 p.m. EST.
Say it with me: Tucker 2024!