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Tucker: The Things That Really Matter

Bigger is not always better, in fact, most of the time it is worse.

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Before I begin, I apologize for my extended absence. I’ve been battling one of the covid variants, which has evolved into pneumonia. But I think I’m well enough to get back to work, so I’m gonna do my best. We’ll let Tucker do the real work, as usual, and I’ll try fishing out a couple of sentences.

Tucker takes a look at the soulless bureaucracy America is quickly becoming, why it’s nonsense and why it can’t stand. Highlights include:

“First and most obviously, big governments don’t treat their citizens very well. Yes, that’s a Reagan-era talking point. It’s also true. The larger a bureaucracy becomes, the more impersonal it gets. Past a certain size, organizations of any kind lose their regard for people.”

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“Past a certain scale, democracy can’t function very well. The concept of the citizen becomes too abstract. You see it in the way our leaders talk. Politicians barely mention individuals anymore. Instead, they yammer on about voting blocs, which are now called ‘communities.’ The immigrant community. The trans community. The latino community. The black community. You hear these terms constantly, but they are nonsensical, they don’t mean anything.”

“Uncrowded is good. You don’t have to be rich to understand this, it’s all pretty obvious. Really, only in a moment like this one, when the people with the loudest megaphones speak exclusively in lies, would we need to be reminded of it. Bigger is not always better, in fact, most of the time it is worse.”

“The core problem is that bigness is inherently ugly. There’s never been a beautiful skyscraper. Every single one of them is an atrocity. The fact that people still pretend otherwise tells you how conditioned we have become to disregard our own nature and our own longings.”

“Healthy societies are not at all like the one we are living in now. They’re not impersonal. They don’t exist to maintain empires. They exist to serve the human beings who live within them. They elevate their citizens, they don’t degrade them.”

“The good news is the system we currently have cannot last. It’s too perverse, it’s too disconnected from the natural world, so it will end. And as it does end, as we think about how we want to live going forward, it’s worth remembering that other people in the end are all that matters. Your relationships are the sum of your life.”

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Martha’s Vineyard Hypocrisy

The ones who claim to be the ‘best people’ are actually the worst people.

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Tucker’s coverage of the recent visit some Venezuelans made to Martha’s Vineyard continues. Highlights include:

“Those brief hours our Venezuelan brothers and sisters spent on Martha’s Vineyard changed history and left what they’re calling ‘an indelible mark’ on the people who lived there. ‘They enriched us,’ said one resident, ‘we were happy to help them on their journey.’ Unfortunately, as it turned out, that journey ended abruptly at a military base on Cape Cod where our Venezuelan brothers and sisters are being held against their will.”

“The people of Martha’s Vineyard knew this was going to happen, and yet none of them thought to tell their Venezuelan brothers and sisters before it happened.”

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“Fifty brown people was too many for the people of Martha’s Vineyard. They called in the army to have them removed, like trash, as one island resident said. So actually, judging by their behavior and not simply by their lawn signs, which is the best way to judge people, the people of Martha’s Vineyard are not especially compassionate. In fact, they’re small-minded, and cheap, and pretty nasty, as any waiter or babysitter who works on the island can tell you. So, once again, the ones who claim to be the ‘best people’ are actually the worst people.”

“Actually, the people of Martha’s Vineyard, the residents there are the ones who did the tricking. They tricked the Venezuelans into going to a military base. But that wasn’t deception, no. According to Elizabeth Warren it was an act of love.”

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Obama’s DOJ allows record crime in Chicago

George Soros backed a prosecutor named Kim Fox who turned Chicago over to the most vicious people who live there.

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Tucker takes a look at how even the good neighborhoods in Chicago became gang run dystopias. Highlights include:

“Imagine dystopia. You hear that word frequently, what does it mean? Picture it in your mind’s eye. Dystopia is a world where the police will not protect you. They refuse.”

“And at the same time, you are not allowed to protect yourself.”

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“So, who does that leave in charge? Who runs a world like that? Well, young men with guns. They’re in charge, the cruelest, most violent element of any society, the people with the least to lose. People like that have all the power. You have no power, and that means that everything you have is theirs.”

“According to reporting by CWB Chicago, just minutes after Ryan King was threatened with death for daring to walk outside in his own neighborhood, Chicago police spotted the gunmen’s vehicle, but there was nothing they could do about it.”

“Their supervisor ordered them not to pursue it, so the criminals just drove off, and of course they committed more violent crimes.”

“Police believe at least two organized armed gangs are now operating with impunity around Bucktown, which means the gangs are in charge now. That’s what the collapse of civilization looks like.”

“So, how did this happen? Well, it’s no mystery. There are many threads. But George Soros is a big one. Soros paid for this to happen. Soros backed a prosecutor named Kim Fox who turned Chicago over to the most vicious people who live there.”

“She’s not the only person who did this, the federal government also played a role. Over the eight years of the Barak Obama administration, the Department of Justice forced more than a dozen police departments around the country to enter into something called ‘dissent decrees.’ Chicago was one of them.”

“Now, all of these decrees took the same form. They pronounce police departments guilty of racism if those departments disproportionally interact with African Americans, regardless of whether those interactions were legally justified. In other words, the law is entirely irrelevaNt to the dissent decree, and so is reality itself.”

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