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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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Jan. 6 committee continues to target political opponents

Nothing that happened on January 6th came remotely close to threatening our constitutional order, or preventing Joe Biden from taking office. People who claim otherwise are lying.

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Tucker questions calling the people involved on January 6th “terrorists” when they were largely unarmed and, as far as they knew, abiding by the law. Highlights include:

“Nothing that happened on January 6th came remotely close to threatening our constitutional order, or from preventing Joe Biden from taking office. Anyone who claims otherwise is lying and should be forced to explain specifically how the mechanics of democracy were imperiled that day. But they never explain, they just yell louder and then they issue more indictments.”

“Where exactly is all this criminal white supremacy, this right-wing domestic terrorism that poses ‘the most lethal terrorist threat in the homeland’? Where is it? It doesn’t exist.”

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“Many thousands of Americans are killed each year by violence, they’re murdered, but conservatives are not the ones who are murdering them. Look it up, it’s a ludicrous lie.”

“Many of the rioters were expecting war … really, were they? Then, why didn’t they bring guns to the war? The indictment doesn’t explain that. In fact, it tells us that as January 6th approached, these ‘dangerous conspirators’ who were anticipating war agreed not to bring firearms into the District of Columbia.”

“The whole point of this exercise is to redefine any opposition to the democratic party as domestic terrorism as they face defeat in the midterm election.”

“So, how do the rest of us respond as the US government redefines people who disagree with their political beliefs as terrorists? Well, there’s really only one way and it’s a nonviolent way, it’s the essential way. Refuse to play along. Don’t pretend they’re sincere, they’re not sincere. Tell the truth. Call authoritarianism what it is.”

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Tucker: Biden’s new secret police force

The DOJ announced the creation of a new “domestic terrorism unit” that will target quote “anti-authority ideologies” — ideas that are now apparently illegal.

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Tucker examines the DOJ’s recent efforts to combat the greatest threat that doesn’t exist in our country: political conservatism. Highlights include:

“On his very first day as president, Joe Biden ordered federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies to prepare a review of how the administration should fight terrorism. By last June, that report was complete. It concluded that after 20 years, Islamic terror is no longer the greatest threat to this country. Instead, the agencies declared, that domestic political extremism is ‘the most urgent terrorism threat the United States faces today.'”

“The Biden administration declared, ‘the most lethal elements of today’s domestic terror threat are political conservatives.'”

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“This claim is ridiculous. On its face, there is no substantial right-wing terror threat in this country, certainly not in relevant terms, there just isn’t, and no one’s shown there is. The White House knows this, of course. So they’re working hard to create the illusion of that threat.”

“When you don’t have enough domestic terrorists to justify a political purge, then you just go ahead and create them, and that’s exactly what they’ve been doing. This week the campaign against this new American Al Qaeda entered a new and very ominous phase. Two days ago, the DOJ announced the creation of a new domestic terrorism unit. It will target “anti-authority ideologues.”

Now, keep in mind, this county was founded by people who were “anti-authority ideologues,” that’s why they created America and baked the idea of opposing authority so it doesn’t get too big and take over your life into our founding documents.”

“It’s not just the government, of course. It’s people acting on behalf of the government calling for the same thing, which is censorship of political opinions. What you’re seeing here is dangerous, far more dangerous than ‘domestic terror threat’ they’ve been bloviating about for the last three days. It contravenes the First Amendment. Under the First Amendment, the government cannot coordinate with private actors to censor free speech, period.”

“There is no domestic terrorism statute in the United States, so the interpretation of domestic terrorism is up to the FBI and the justice department. If there’s such a problem with domestic terrorism, then why aren’t they arresting people and charging them under existing statues? It’s because they’re making it up.”

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