If you observed that the liberal media was more unhinged than ever over the story of illegal immigrant children being separated from their parents, you are on the money.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson ripped the campaign to smear the Trump White House for what it was, a propaganda push. Carlson ran a montage of insanity, which featured an Oscar-worthy performance by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, who feigned breaking down on air over reports that very young children were being taken to “tender age” shelters in South Texas.
“So the people in charge are misrepresenting the facts. They were lying to you — no surprise there,” Carlson said on Thursday’s show. “What’s different though, and it is different, is how they did at this time. There was a harshness to the moral panic that most of us hadn’t seen before.
“The usual people yelling on TV were saying things adults didn’t used to say in public, even a few months ago,” Carlson explained. “They seemed hysterical, crazed, nihilistic. Something had changed. It was creepy.”
In addition to the Maddow clip, he showed a clip of MSNBC’s Chris Hayes claiming the Trump administration is engaged in “a war of terror” against illegal immigrants to stop the never-ending flow to our southern border.
If you want a true representation of derangement, aired on national TV, behold:
“What the Trump administration has entered into is a war of terror with the cartels in Central America in which they have now said we must terrorize people more than the cartels are terrorizing people in their home countries so they don’t come here,” Hayes reported. “And that is a bidding war that is ghastly and a moral abomination.”
This being the cartels who behead more people than ISIS.
“So according to MSNBC, Trump is literally worse than the Mexican drug cartels, the ones that behead people,” Carlson said. “Needless to say, he’s also a racist.”
Carlson ran more clips of race hustler Al Sharpton — who’s not looking too well these days — and liberal zealot Mika Brzezinski trashing Trump as a bigot and sexist.
“What you are watching there is propaganda,” Carlson said in conclusion. “Over time it’s effective, and of course that’s why they do it.”
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