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Tucker: Horror in Waukesha

These killings were absolutely intentional. Why did Darryl Brooks commit mass murder in Waukesha?

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Tucker compares eyewitness testimony from the recent vehicular murders at a Christmas parade, compared to the national media who tell a different story. Highlights include:

“As of tonight, Brooks has not publicly explained why he committed mass murder. Instead, the media and local authorities have decided to speak for him, and the main thing they want you to know is that these killings had absolutely nothing to do with the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict just two days before, nothing whatsoever. The timing is just one of those amazing coincidences.”

“Many eyewitnesses describe Brooks zig-zagging down the street trying to murder as many innocent people as he could. These killings were absolutely intentional. And no, Brooks was not being chased by the police, that’s a lie. So much for that theory.”

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“So, the question remains, why did Darryl Brooks commit mass murder in Waukesa?”

“This has to do with the verdict, that’s the obvious conclusion.”

“Is it true? Again, we have not confirmed it, but we can be absolutely certain that the national media will spend zero time trying to find out. Why? Because they’re implicated.”

“News organizations spent more than a year telling us that a case that had precisely nothing to do with race was somehow a referendum on the civil rights of black people and the rise of white supremacy. So if it turns out those lies got six people murdered, they’ll probably be the last to tell us that.”

“In other words, the deaths of innocents, old ladies, small children, are a small price to pay because the principle of equity is so beautiful and so important.”

“That is a diseased way of thinking. It’s how cult leaders and dictators think. It is not a western worldview, but suddenly it’s a mainstream position within the democratic party.”

“What would happen if we did this, if we actually emptied the prisons, as democrats are demanding? We’re getting a taste of the consequences right now by watching what’s happening in the San Francisco Bay area.”

“There’s nothing equitable about that. It’s theft. Big picture, it’s anarchy, It’s violent chaos in which the weak will always suffer the most.”

“So you’ve gotta wonder why they’re encouraging it.”

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Tucker: America won’t forgive Joe Biden for this

Do you want to live in a functional country, or don’t you?

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Tucker compares Biden’s approval ratings to those of Gerald Ford and John F Kennedy after their biggest embarrassments. Their numbers went up — why haven’t his? Certainly not because of the massive spending and inflation or illegally forcing vaccine mandates?

Highlights include:

“Joe Biden’s polls are in the toilet right now, everyone knows that, and the question is, ‘Why?’ You’ll hear a lot of people say, ‘Well, it was Afghanistan,’ the true debacle that Biden oversaw in Afghanistan. Is that really it, however? Is a foreign policy disaster enough to knock a president off his game his first year in office?”

“When presidents are just starting out, Americans give them a pass, even on big things, especially in foreign policy. So, with that in mind, it’s worth taking a look at how Joe Biden’s approval numbers have changed during his first year in office. And of course it’s an unequivocal disaster.

According to a new Quinnipiac poll, only 36% of Americans approve of the job Joe Biden is doing in office. The Real Clear Politics polling average has Joe Biden doing only marginally better at about 41%. Gallup has Biden at 42%, down 15 points from just a couple of months ago.”

“What we’re witnessing under the Biden administration is something Americans will absolutely not forgive: the decline in our standard of living.”

“Biden hasn’t simply embarrassed the United States internationally, though he’s certainly done that. Americans can overlook that as they did under Ford and JFK and hope for something better next time. Biden has made living in this country much more difficult for millions of people. He’s made it a lot harder for Americans to afford basic amenities.”

“And then he showed almost no interest in fixing this, in fact it’s clear it’s being done on purpose … cuz ‘global warming.’”

“Inflation is not an act of God, it is the result of government policy. The Federal Reserve has devalued the US dollar by printing too many US dollars. Why are they printing them? To pay for government spending, spending that under the Biden administration is now literally out of control.”

“The people who are printing this money, the US Congress, the feds specifically, know that they are making the problem worse, but they don’t care. In fact, they’re mocking you for noticing that your standard of living has declined.”

“In the Biden administration, a host of bureaucratic agencies are suddenly in charge of your body, the minute details of your body, what you had for Thanksgiving dinner. The White House believes that OSHA, for example, can tell you what to inject into your body — get the injection or you’re fired. Now, you remember that just a few months ago, the White House was saying the opposite of this: ‘Vaccine mandates are illegal.’”

“These people are reckless and crazy and dishonest and the rest of us have to put up with it. After all of that, of course they mandated the injections. They knew that was illegal … they did it anyway.”

“It’s not a partisan question. Do you want to live in a functional country, or don’t you?”

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Kyle Rittenhouse speaks to Tucker Carlson in first TV interview

It’s hard to ignore the yawning class divide between Kyle Rittenhouse and his many critics in the media.

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Tucker interviews Kyle Rittenhouse, who gives his version of the events on August 24th.

Highlights include:

“In retrospect, it’s remarkable just how dishonest, how thoroughly and intentionally dishonest the media coverage of the Kyle Rittenhouse story turned out to be.”

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“All of it was a lie.”

“Rittenhouse was not a ‘white supremacist,’ he was never in a militia, he never crossed state lines with a firearm. The protest in Kenosha was not peaceful; it was a riot, chaotic and violent. Many of the rioters, by the way, carried guns … Rittenhouse was hardly alone. Rittenhouse didn’t go to Kenosha looking for trouble. His father lived there.”

“Here’s the context: The night before, police in Kenosha had done nothing as the mob burned businesses, including another car lot, all the way to the ground. So, the business owner needed Kyle Rittenhouse’s help.”

“He was looking to a 17-year-old for help, if that gives you some perspective on how bad things were, and he asked for it.”

“As Rittenhouse stood there, rioters threatened his life. Then they attempted to kill him. In the end, Rittenhouse shot three attackers as he tried to run to the safety of the police. A number of media outlets claimed the men Rittenhouse shot were black. In fact, all three were white, and all three had serious criminal records.”

“Again, the media coverage was — from beginning to end — a tapestry of lies. If you watched the trial last week, you know that.”

“It’s hard to ignore the yawning class divide between Kyle Rittenhouse and his many critics in the media.”

“Rittenhouse comes from the least privileged sector of our society. During high school he worked as a janitor and a fry cook to help support his family. Last year he got into college at Arizona State, and he is very proud of it. In the world Kyle Rittenhouse grew up in, it is not a given that kids go to college. It’s not even close.”

“It was upsetting, because Kenosha is my community, and I was just upset seeing my community up in flames.”

“The first time I saw Rosenbaum was the first time he threatened to kill me. I was asking people if they needed medical and he came up to me … and he said, ‘If I catch any of you m-f’ers alone, I’m going to f*ing kill you.’ I’m just asking if people need help on both sides. I was there just to help anybody that needed it, and shockingly, the only people I helped that night were rioters.”

“What I noticed is the rioters were … disassociating with him because he was spewing the n-word around and they just didn’t seem to want anything to have to deal with him.”

“I run around the car because I was going to render first aid to him. I wasn’t able to because there was a mob forming and calling for my execution, and that’s when I try to run to the police line and get to the police, and then I am attacked again.”

“We ended up … turning myself in to the Antioch police department. I had to go to Antioch police department, which in my understanding is the closest police department to Kenosha.”

“I think it was people taking advantage of the BLM movement. I agree everybody has the right to protest and assemble, but I do not agree that people have the right to burn down. I don’t appreciate that people are burning down American cities.”

“I was formally arrested without a criminal complaint being crafted. They didn’t know what they were charging me with yet, they just arrested me at Antioch Police Department.”

“I said, ‘no, the right thing to do would be to turn myself in, I didn’t do anything wrong.'”

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