Tucker Carlson Tries Gaslighting

Tucker Memes Hisself again

Tucker ‘I hate Trump passionately’ Carlson:

Tucker Carlson pleaded with Joe Biden to stop the possible indictment of Donald Trump for the sake of America. On Tuesday night, ahead of the former president’s potential indictment over an alleged hush-money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels, Carlson framed Trump’s possible arrest as politically motivated persecution on the part of “Soros-funded prosecutor” Alvin Bragg. “So in Manhattan tomorrow, what will certainly be an overwhelmingly liberal grand jury will meet,” Carlson said. “And unless something unexpected happens, Democrats will have taken the unprecedented step of using a corrupt justice system to take out the front runner in the Republican presidential field in a presidential race.” If that happens, Carlson said, “America will never be the same.” “You’ve got to hope that for the sake of the country, the Biden White House, which will be running against Trump, will put the country above partisanship and stop this,” he added. “And that Merrick Garland at the DOJ will issue a very public statement saying that this is wrong—which it is—and therefore preserve for our grandchildren our justice system.”

Tucker really thinks his audience is stupid (he’s right). I’ve read that this for the good of the country argument was the justification for Ford to pardon Nixon, and gee, hasn’t that played out well over the years?

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9 Responses to Tucker Carlson Tries Gaslighting

  1. gruaud says:

    Signalling for ‘unity’ with one hand and fanning the flames of stochastic terror with the other.

    Does Carlson have the most punchable face on television?

    To quote Peggington Nooners the Third: “Is it irresponsible to speculate? It is irresponsible not to.”

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  2. MDavis says:

    First, this IS for the good of the country.
    Sacrificing all to avoid prosecuting this crook? And let him keep roughshodding over everyone and everything in his path?
    Antz. It’s an Antz quote.
    “It’s for the good of the colony!”
    “What are you talking about? We ARE the colony!”

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  3. “Nice country you got there…be a shame if something were to happen to it, capische


  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

    I agree that it is not good for the country to have a President or former President go to jail. But it is far worse for the country to let this former President walk free.

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    • MDavis says:

      It is not good for the country to have a former President go to jail mostly BECAUSE it is not good for the country to have a criminal as president.


  5. Mike Mabrey says:

    So the POTUS and the AG should intercede in a state prosecution because it’s TFG.


  6. pagan in repose says:

    Once past his infantile “Look at me!” schtick, the proper response to stupid fecal matter like that is “Where is the proof?”
    If you are going to try to make accusations like the big boys, you need to show your work. Not the markings your ear wax makes when it falls out of you ears.


  7. pagan in repose says:

    You ears, your ears. Same thing. So I have been told.

    Also, I’ve heard the expression “proof read your work, always.”


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