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Torching A Christmas Tree Is An Attack on Christianity

Our streets are dangerous, much more dangerous than they’ve been in a long time.

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Tucker questions the reasoning behind the increase in violence, vandalism and vagrancy in major cities. Part of the problem is not calling it what it is.
Highlights include:

“My Block, My Hood, My City is a nonprofit organization in Chicago. It’s designed to teach kids how to become responsible citizens. We can’t tell you if the program actually works, but we do know they seem to be aiming in the right direction. Last Saturday afternoon, four members of this group went to Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood to hang Christmas lights, a pretty nice thing to do… As the kids hung their Christmas lights, four thugs got out of an SUV and robbed them. Then a few hours later, someone set fire to a Christmas tree they had set up in a nearby park.”

“By current standards, destroying someone’s religious symbol would be called a ‘hate crime.’ That’s a category much beloved and meticulously chronicled by the Biden justice department.”

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“The DOJ can tell you precisely how many Qurans were burned last year in the United States, but they don’t keep track of Christmas trees. Why is that? Well, because they could care less.”

“These are not isolated incidents, and they’re not being perpetrated by grinches.”

“Here we have yet another criminal set free by left-wing ideologues to terrorize everyone else. This is the third arson attack on a Christmas tree at least in a major American city in the past week.”

“Time to connect some dots here? No.”

“Our streets are dangerous, much more dangerous than they’ve been in a long time, in decades. There are a lot of reasons for that, but one reason is our cities are overrun with metnally unstable vagrants who are living on the sidewalks.”

“Now, for a long time, we’ve called these people homeless, but let’s stop doing that. ‘The Homeless’ is a political term which is intentionally devised to mislead you. In fact, this problem has very little to do with homes or available housing or whatever Orwellian phrase they’re using at this point to pretend these people have no place to stay.”

“A lot of them could be staying indoors; they don’t want to because they’re addicted to drugs.”

“It’s that simple.”

“These aren’t just misguided attitudes. They are suicidal attitudes. Any society that gives drug addicts preference over homeowners will not last long.”

“In the meantime, people die. People die who don’t deserve to die. In Florida the other day, a vagrant murdered a 14-year-old boy who was out riding his bike. He had felony arrests in Georgia and California, including charges for aggravated assault and battery. Why wasn’t he in jail? Because authorities in Georgia and California let him go, so he went to Florida and murdered a child.”

“Saying it out loud is a start. You cannot solve problems until you resolve to stop lying about them.”

“Right now in New York City, 83% of the people arrested on gun charges are immediately released and sent back into the community. You have prosecutors who don’t want to prosecute, they’re more focused on targeting police than targeting the bad guys in the streets.”

“The bottom line is you need real leadership that’s not gonna’ be afraid to call it what it is.”

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Tucker: Missouri becomes the first state to ban abortion

It’s a big day for democracy, for the voters now to have a say, as opposed to 9 unelected justices back 49 years ago that decided this for everybody in the country.

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Tucker interviews Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt about the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade, why it shouldn’t have existed in the first place and what happens next. Highlights include:

“The law behind the Roe v Wade decision of 1973 was so shoddy and ridiculous, because of course abortion’s not mentioned in the Constitution, not even alluded to, that a lot of people figured out a long time ago that it would at some point be overturned because it was too absurd to continue. And so, a lot of states have been preparing for it.”

“Eventually, roughly half the country is expected to implement significant new restrictions on abortion, and that matches public opinion polling on abortion, which is to say a lot of people don’t like abortion. If you live in New York City you might not know any of them, but if you live in Mississippi you know quite a few.”

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“The point is, people will get to live with the laws that they want. How’s that bad?”

“The Roe decision, as Justice Alito said, the day it was issued was on a collision course with the Constitution. And so this issue will be decided, as it should’ve been 49 years ago, to the states.”

“It’s a big day for democracy, for the voters now to have a say, as opposed to 9 unelected justices back 49 years ago that decided this for everybody in the country. And I think what you’re seeing now with this ‘night of rage’ that’s been talked about, the justice department has no interest in condemning it, they haven’t done anything to stop it. You’ve seen an assassination attempt of a Supreme Court Justice. You see this intimidation that’s gonna’ continue.”

“The justice department’s way more interested, evidently, in sic’ing the FBI in going after parents who show up to school board meetings under the ‘Patriot Act’ than in arresting folks who are intimidating Supreme Court justices.”

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Tucker: It’s time to reassess our view of Kamala Harris

Deconstruct your unconscious bias and ask yourself, would a moron be capable of repeating the same canned phrase dozens of times with this kind of precision, without changing a single facial expression?

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Tucker extols the under-appreciated genius of Kamala Harris that he’s been missing for so long in his blind racism. Highlights include:

“You following this? So, Kamala Harris is like your sister in the same way that Michelle Obama would be like your sister if your sister was your cousin and also married to the president. Why hadn’t we realized it before?”

“Well, as Joy Reid pointed out, ‘most of the media is still white and male’, of course. Those damned white males, always hiding the sister/cousin connection, it’s what they do. But for us, the veil had been lifted. We could see for the first time what our racism had blinded us to for so long and the truth hurt. It was so painful that for days we had to wear sunglasses, even indoors. But it was worth it because at that point began a journey of contrition and self-discovery that honestly was long overdue.”

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“Our assumption, really for decades, was that politicians who make a habit of using the word ‘truth’ are probably, really by definition, lying. That’s why they say ‘truth’ so often… What struck us was that she repeats the same line again and again and again, and our old reaction was derision… Not exactly Socrates, that was the phrase we used.”

“But that reaction, we now see, comes from a place of privilege.”

“Evaluate your priors! Deconstruct your unconscious bias and ask yourself, would a moron be capable of repeating the same canned phrase dozens of times with this kind of precision, without changing a single facial expression? Oh, no, try that at home. You can’t do it, you’re too self-aware. It’s impossible to you, but not to Kamala Harris.”

“When Kamala Harris tells us again and again and again that we need to work together, she’s not simply repeating some vapid canned soundbyte she’s been handed by her handlers.. No, she’s literally, literally, moving human evolution forward. She’s making the species better on a cellular level. How long ’til we can fly? If Kamala Harris keeps it up, not long. She does this all the time.”

“Okay, so, again, there are a couple of ways to assess that claim.. The old us, before we were reborn…The old us would’ve said ‘Wait a second, Kamala Harris! African Americans weren’t actually enslaved for 400 years in this country, that’s not true.’, but we would’ve missed the point. So, what happened here is Kamala Harris before her talk googled ‘how long was there slavery in America?’ and she saw that it’d been 400 years since slavery began in America, which is true.”

“But, she forgot to subtract the years since the Emancipation Proclamation. It’s actually fewer than 400, about 150 years fewer than 400, which would put us around 250, but whatever. The point is, that’s not her fault. It’s Google’s fault for not doing the subtraction for her.”

“And who runs Google? White men.”

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