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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.”

“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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Tucker Carlson

Upset about inflation? Shut up, racist!

There you are, complaining again about the precipitous decline in your standard of living. That’s always the first sign of a racist.

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Tucker lays out the symptoms of racism. Not judging people by their skin color, no, but recognizing what’s going on and complaining about it, that’s racism. Highlights include:

“Are you still not convinced that Joe Biden knows how to handle inflation? Did that rattle your confidence rather than bolster it? Then, honestly, there’s nothing we can do for you at this point. You’re beyond reach.”

“In fact, you know what you are, and you may have seen this coming? You’re a racist. That’s what we call people who continue to ask complicated long questions about Joe Biden’s economic program. They’re racists, and getting rid of them is America’s greatest problem.”

“Talking out of turn, reading your own script rather than the one that Chuck Todd provides you, is white supremacy. And that means, if you’re upset about food shortages or blackouts, you’re a racist, racist, racist, racist. There you are, complaining again about the precipitous decline in your standard of living. That’s always the first sign of a racist.”

“You don’t like crime? You don’t like litter? You don’t like inflation? You’re against public urination in New York City? You know what you are? You’re a bigot, pal. Stop complaining.”

“The problem is definitely not that we’re running out of energy to power our civilization, that’s not a big deal at all, and that’s why you probably didn’t read about the fact that the interior department just announced it is closing millions of acres to domestic energy production. Sorry, gone, can’t have the energy there. It exists, but you can’t have it. You know what we can do, though? Buy it from Venezuela. Yes, we can.”

“Twenty minutes ago, they told you Venezuela was a criminal regime. Now Venezuela’s going to provide the oil, not us, we can’t, that’s immoral ‘cuz climate change, existential, but Venezuela can.”

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The Buffalo shooting: Biden mindlessly blames his political enemies

Joe is a divisive partisan bureaucrat bent on destroying America.

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Tucker looks at the democrat party’s reaction the the shooting in Buffalo last Saturday, and how their immigration policies may eventually backfire. Highlight’s include:

“On Saturday, Peyton Gendron, as you know, finally did what he said he would do. He committed mass murder, he opened fire on a crowd of strangers in a Buffalo supermarket. He killed ten of them.”

“So, how did the adults around him let this happen? In a country with functioning leadership, we would be asking that question. The signs of mental illness were certainly there. The people in charge missed those signs, or didn’t take them seriously enough, weren’t paying close enough attention.”

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“In any case, they didn’t fix it, they let a killer slip through. So, what did they do wrong with Peyton Gendron, and how can we learn from it?”

“But that’s not at all what our leaders are asking tonight, hardly. Instead, they’re asking the only question that ever occurs to them: How exactly can I benefit from this? How can I leverage this tragedy to my advantage? How can other people’s suffering make me more powerful? It didn’t take Joe Biden to find a way.”

“January 6th and the Buffalo massacre. So, how is a political protest at the capitol related to a murder spree by a demented teenager in New York state over the weekend. What do those two events have in common, and who exactly are these unnamed ‘heads of state’ who are connecting this unconnected events in conversations with Joe Biden?”

“You may have wondered that, but don’t ask, because it’s not meant to be asked. It is instead a dream sequence, it’s a rhetorical device meant to connect everything that might challenge Joe Biden and bunch all of these things together in the same repulsive moral category.”

“The relentless exploitation of the internet to recruit and mobilize terrorism, okay. But can anyone show, has anyone ever shown that this specific case, Peyton Gendron, was ‘recruited and mobilized by the internet’?”

“Well, no, in fact. By his own account, he was mentally ill, he snapped. He’d been planning this for a long time, he did what his diseased brain commanded him to do. The internet did not make him do it, he did it himself. But even if Gendron had been ‘radicalized’ by what he’d read on the internet, what then, exactly? Many have been radicalized by what they’ve read.”

“Should we ban all books, all internet sites that ‘radicalize’ people? What exactly is Joe Biden saying here? Well, he’s saying that thanks to what happened in Buffalo over the weekend, you no longer have any any rights at all, including the most basic, which is to read what you want. After nullifying the First Amendment, Joe Biden moved to the Second Amendment.”

“So, because a mentally ill 18-year-old used a specific rifle to commit these crimes, you can’t have that rifle. Now, Joe Biden’s bodyguards can have that rifle, so can Nancy Pelosi’s, and of course they do. In fact, you pay for it all, But, they’re important, and you’re not, so you can’t.”

“So, because the people in charge failed to protect shoppers in Buffalo, you’re not allowed to defend your family, despite the fact you may believe your family is every bit as important as Joe Biden and his family or Nancy Pelosi and her family. But they’re not as important, so we’re going to defund the police and disarm you. That’s how it works now, sorry. And then Joe Biden got to the main point of his speech, which is that people who criticize his immigration policies are responsible for the violence you saw in Buffalo.”

“So, you lock the country down, lock kids out of their schools for two years, force them to get ‘educated’ on the internet, but it’s someone else’s fault that they’re ‘alienated.'”

“They’ve been hearing about the ‘great replacement theory.’ You’ve heard a lot about the ‘great replacement theory’ recently, it’s everywhere in the last two days, and we’re still not sure exactly what it is. Here’s what we do know for a fact. There’s a strong political component to the democratic party’s immigration policy. We’re not guessing this, we know this, and we know it because they have said so. They’ve written books on it. They say it out loud, ‘we’re doing this because it helps us to win elections.'”

“It’s something they’ve gloated about again and again and again and we think that’s wrong.”

“Maybe the funniest part is, they might not be right. The democratic party has decided that, rather than convince you, people who were born here, that their policies are helping you and making the country better and stronger, they will change the electorate.”

“But the funniest part is, they may be wrong, actually. Judging by recent polling, it turns out your average Salvadoran landscaper’s politics are a lot closer to Donald Trump’s than they are to Joe Biden’s and Nancy Pelosi’s.”

“But that’s not even the point.”

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