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Title: Tucker Carlson is a Ride or Die Nigga
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URL Source: https://dailystormer.su/tucker-carlson-is-a-ride-or-die-nigga/
Published: May 1, 2021
Author: Andrew Anglin
Post Date: 2021-05-01 09:25:06 by Ada
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Views: 137
Comments: 14

This is Tucker Carlson’s Wednesday monologue.

That ten minutes is hitting Hunter Biden, the CIA/NSA, the FBI, the imprisonment and torture of 1/6 protesters – it is like a hail of bullets.

His Thursday monologue was apparently not uploaded to the Fox News YouTube channel. I can’t find it on there, at least.

There is for the time being a bootleg upload of part of the Thursday show, which includes the monologue.

He hit on masks, fake president, fake news media, bizarre clichés.

He called Joe Biden “Jesus in Aviator Glasses.”

He broke down the (not) State of the Union address.

He called out the Immigration Act of 1965. He brought up the imprisonment and torture of the 1/6 protesters yet again.

Apparently, Joe Biden claimed during the speech (which I’m going to be honest with you, I did not watch) that the 1/6 protest was the worst attack since the Civil War (!!!).

Biden also, yet again, claimed that “no [Constitutional] Amendment is absolute” when calling for gun control, but he used a phrase suggesting that speech will also be limited. That’s the new buzz phrase: “no Amendment is absolute.” So the Constitution just doesn’t even matter at all, according to Joe the Wildman.

Tucker is communicating what no one else is willing to communicate: that this is all super-serious. When the government starts saying “actually, you don’t even have any rights, lol,” you should be very, very afraid, because it means they are claiming the right to do whatever they want to you.

Tucker brought up the speech issue, responding to Biden’s claim that you’re not allowed to yell “fire” in a crowded theater, pointing out that if the theater is on fire, you are allowed to yell “fire.” Tucker then said the election was stolen.

Tucker even brought up Charles Schenck! This was the man who was arrested for printing pamphlets against the US entering World War I.

Biden also called white supremacy “terrorism,” and said we’re gonna come together to destroy whites.

Tucker said that this “white supremacy” hoax is a scheme to declare war on white people and just arrest anyone for anything.

Tucker said that the speech was an announcement that all your rights are gone and the only principle that matters now is the power of the ruling elite.

He then interviewed Rudy Giuliani, which I wrote about yesterday.

Later in the show, he talked about that wicked bitch Gretchen Whitmer and her stupid UPer conspiracy theory about new strains of the virus.

He interviewed Charlie LeDuff about this bitch’s own Florida vacation, which she is hiding under the claim of national security.

This bitch is saying “national security” because people are threatening her. However, she’s not calling the police on people who threaten her.

LeDuff said she claimed her last trip was a trip to Israel, and “that should have been a red flag.”

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#1. To: Ada (#0)

Carlson just spit out hate and divides the country. I am tired of news people, on both sides, just bitching all the time. I remember in 50, 60, part of the 70: they would do the news and at the end, some AW would bitch about something.

Darkwing  posted on  2021-05-01   14:06:25 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Darkwing (#1)

AW?

"Call Me Ishmael" -Ishmael, A character from the book "Moby Dick" 1851. "Call Me Fishmeal" -Osama Bin Laden, A character created by the CIA, and the world's Hide And Seek Champion 2001-2011. -Tommythemadartist

TommyTheMadArtist  posted on  2021-05-01   16:18:32 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Ada (#0)

Anglin mentions later in the article a man named Charles Schenk. He was arrested for printing pamphlets opposed to the U.S. entering WW I.

If memory serves, one of the reasons the U.S. entered that war was the sinking of the Lusitania by a German sub.

We are not familiar with the content of Schenk's pamphlets. But it is obvious that speaking against the government at that time was a serious offense.

As the Germans would say, "Das est verboten." ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-05-01   16:37:41 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Ada (#0)

Carlson is bringing out more truth on "network" tv than anyone else, period. I'm amazed that he's still on air.

“The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out... without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, intolerable.” ~ H. L. Mencken

Lod  posted on  2021-05-01   17:15:46 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: BTP Holdings (#3)

If memory serves, one of the reasons the U.S. entered that war was the sinking of the Lusitania by a German sub.

Lusitania was a legitimate war target as she was carrying munitions.

Ada  posted on  2021-05-01   18:32:17 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: Ada (#5)

Lusitania was a legitimate war target because she was carrying munitions.

Maybe so, but she was also a passenger liner.;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-05-01   19:08:46 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: BTP Holdings (#6)

... a passenger liner ...

So maybe the fault lay with the wildly reckless government authority who authorized smuggling arms into Great Britain on a passenger liner.

"It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brush fires of freedom in the minds of men." -- Samuel Adams (1722-1803)‡

"Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God." -- Thomas Jefferson

ghostdogtxn  posted on  2021-05-02   2:32:16 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: ghostdogtxn (#7)

To call it a fault is like calling Ted Bundy a great romantic. (I'm agreeing with you.) More flaunting of its contempt for humanity by the UK govt.

wikid: "The Royal Navy had blockaded Germany at the start of the First World War; the UK had declared the North Sea a war zone in the autumn of 1914 and mined the approaches. In the spring of 1915, all food imports for Germany were declared contraband.[4] RMS Lusitania left New York for Britain on 1 May 1915 when German submarine warfare was intensifying in the Atlantic. Germany had declared the seas around the United Kingdom a war zone, and the German embassy in the United States had placed fifty newspaper advertisements warning people of the dangers of sailing on Lusitania.... The German government justified treating Lusitania as a naval vessel because she was carrying 173 tons of war munitions and ammunition, making her a legitimate military target, and they argued that British merchant ships had violated the cruiser rules from the very beginning of the war."

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USA! USA! USA! Bringing you democracy, or else! there were strains of VD that were incurable, and they were first found in the Philippines and then transmitted to the Korean working girls via US military. The 'incurables' we were told were first taken back to a military hospital in the Philippines to quietly die. – 4um

NeoconsNailed  posted on  2021-05-02   2:46:44 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: BTP Holdings (#6)

The passengers were warned but chose to ignore.

Days before Lusitania was scheduled to leave New York for Liverpool in early May 1915, the Imperial German Embassy in Washington D.C. placed ads in American newspapers reminding Americans that Britain and Germany were at war. They warned potential travelers that “vessels flying the flag of Great Britain or of any of her allies are liable to destruction” and should be avoided.

Ada  posted on  2021-05-02   9:54:03 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: NeoconsNailed, Ada (#8)

U.S. Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan's 13 May 1915 letter to the German government after the sinking of RMS Lusitania: ht tp://www.firstworldwar.com/source/bryanlusitaniaprotest.htm

"...Manifestly, submarines cannot be used against merchantmen, as the last few weeks have shown, without an inevitable violation of many sacred principles of justice and humanity."

Germany's response from Foreign Minister Gottlieb von Jagow on 28 May 1915: http://www.firstworldwar.com/sou...itania_germanresponse.htm

"...Lastly, the Imperial Government must specially point out that on her last trip the Lusitania, as on earlier occasions, had Canadian troops and munitions on board, including no less than 5,400 cases of ammunition destined for the destruction of brave German soldiers who are fulfilling with self-sacrifice and devotion their duty in the service of the Fatherland.

The German Government believes that it acts in just self-defence when it seeks to protect the lives of its soldiers by destroying ammunition destined for the enemy with the means of war at its command. The English steamship company must have been aware of the dangers to which passengers on board the Lusitania were exposed under the circumstances.

In taking them on board in spite of this the company quite deliberately tried to use the lives of American citizens as protection for the ammunition carried, and violated the clear provisions of American laws which expressly prohibit, and provide punishment for, the carrying of passengers on ships which have explosives on board. The company thereby wantonly caused the death of so many passengers.

According to the express report of the submarine commander concerned, which is further confirmed by all other reports, there can be no doubt that the rapid sinking of the Lusitania was primarily due to the explosion of the cargo of ammunition caused by the torpedo. Otherwise, in all human probability, the passengers would have been saved."

Bryan resigned in protest when Wilson went to war against Germany. If Bryan had been president, the US would almost certainly would not have entered the war.

StraitGate  posted on  2021-05-02   17:30:47 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#11. To: StraitGate (#10)

If Bryan had been president, the US would almost certainly would not have entered the war.

WW went to war to get himself a place at the peace table. He shouldn't have bothered wasting his time.

Ada  posted on  2021-05-02   21:16:58 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#12. To: StraitGate, All (#10)

Extremely interesting. I've always wondered what to think of WJB and kind of wanted to respect him.

Contrast the calmly reasoned response of the Reich with the frenzied hysteria of the Allied effort from the start. Newsmedia, politicians, celebs, movies, even animated cartoons were turned over to magnifying the Hitler caricature and hyping the troops as childishly and cretinously as possible.

Lately it's struck me how heavily ameriKan and British cinema were turned over to the propaganda. Even ppl who agreed with these countries' involvement in WW2 should have been appalled at such POLITICIZATION of the CULTURE, as sane folks should be today in retrospect -- but of course all voices of moderation were shouted down at the time.

Oops, we're talking about WW1 -- but the exact same applies:

en.wi kipedia.org/wiki/List_of_World_War_I_films

They're STILL MAKING WORLD WAR ONE MOVIES! I know you're not a movie person, but ya got me goin' -- and they are a massively major socio- political reality.

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USA! USA! USA! Bringing you democracy, or else! there were strains of VD that were incurable, and they were first found in the Philippines and then transmitted to the Korean working girls via US military. The 'incurables' we were told were first taken back to a military hospital in the Philippines to quietly die. – 4um

NeoconsNailed  posted on  2021-05-03   4:09:04 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#13. To: StraitGate (#10)

PS I just checked wikid for any indication that the fabulously successful W. J. Bryan-pillorying Broadway play Inherit The Wind was any extent aimed at WJB's opposition to entering WW1 -- 'isolationism' as it's stupidly called now. Just as bad if not worse, 'The story fictionalizes the 1925 Scopes "Monkey" Trial as a means to discuss the then-contemporary McCarthy trials'!

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USA! USA! USA! Bringing you democracy, or else! there were strains of VD that were incurable, and they were first found in the Philippines and then transmitted to the Korean working girls via US military. The 'incurables' we were told were first taken back to a military hospital in the Philippines to quietly die. – 4um

NeoconsNailed  posted on  2021-05-03   4:19:26 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#14. To: ghostdogtxn (#7)

the fault lay with the wildly reckless government authority who authorized smuggling arms into Great Britain on a passenger liner.

Did the Germans perhaps find out about the smuggling of arms on a passenger liner?

You know that espionage also works against civilians as well as governments. And especially if the two are combined in some way. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-05-04   18:57:09 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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