Fox News host Tucker Carlson slammed CNN pundits Don Lemon and Brooke Baldwin for insisting that violent leftist mobs do not exist — despite the ample video footage of those mobs assaulting Trump supporters, vandalizing property, and blocking traffic.
In their disingenuous denial of leftist mobs, Carlson said the mainstream media are parroting the Democrat Party’s talking points in order to gaslight their viewers.
“You may have noticed the remarkable similarities between the Democratic Party’s daily talking points and a lot of the political coverage that you see from news outlets,” Tucker said. “Often these two things are identical.”
Carlson continued: “Angry left-wing mobs are everywhere right now. They’re yelling at Republicans in restaurants and airports, pounding on the front doors of the Supreme Court. They’re blocking intersections, threatening passersby on the street. This is the youth wing of the Democratic Party.”
Tucker said the Democrats’ downplaying of the mobs — with the complicity of the mainstream media — is unadulterated leftist propaganda.
“If the Democratic Party’s position is they do not exist, then there are no mobs,” Carlson said. “Ignore your lying eyes! Not surprisingly, the media is saying exactly the same thing.”
Carlson then showed an extended montage of violent leftist mobs harassing, bullying, and assaulting anyone who disagrees with them. And these riots are merely from the past few weeks.
The mob bullying, mass rioting, vandalism, and assaults have been occurring nonstop since President Trump was inaugurated in January 2017.
Tucker called out the liberal media hypocrisy for downplaying violent leftist mobs.
“So a mob is not a mob because the word ‘mob’ is not allowed on television anymore,” Carlson said. “But wait. Aren’t journalists supposed to be the champions of clear language? Not when euphemism better serves their political goals. If banning words helps the Democratic Party, they’re doing it. CNN did the same segment later in the day, repetition being the heart of propaganda.”
Evidence of mob activity is growing and can be witnessed all over social media (**Warning for language).
Carlson continued: “What happened to Ted Cruz is not mob behavior [according to CNN]. By the way, it’s beyond the pale for you to suggest otherwise.”
“A senator named Rafael Cruz is having dinner with his wife in Washington. A group of screaming, predominantly white, political activists surround the couple and yell at them until they leave the building that actually happened.
Let’s say this hypothetical Rafael Cruz was a liberal Democrat and not a Republican from Texas. You think Don Lemon and his CNN people would call it a protest? Or could the world ‘mob’ come up and ‘white supremacy’ and ‘Nazi’? This is not the first time we’ve seen this variety of dishonesty.”
As BizPac Review reported, Hillary Clinton has called for civil war and mob violence against Republicans, and the media refused to condemn her violent rhetoric.
Hillary’s calls to violence were followed up by former Obama Attorney General Eric Holder, who urged Democrats to “kick” Republicans.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) October 10, 2018
Carlson asked why would radical leftists stop at merely “kicking” anyone who disagrees with them, if they’ve been given the green light to hurt their political opponents by Democrat Party leaders?
“Kick them! Yeah,” Tucker said. “Why not shoot them or burn them? Good question. Why not? The former Attorney General has given his permission to get physical. Don’t be surprised when [the leftist sheep] obey.”
Check out this shocking video footage of Jordan Hunt, a hairdresser who violently drop-kicked a female pro-life demonstrator.
"Michelle always says 'When they go low, we go high' No. No. When they go low, we kick ‘em.” – Eric Holder pic.twitter.com/YPSrXViOEw
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) October 10, 2018
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