Tucker Carlson is perhaps running the most influential political talk show in the country, if not the world, and his takedown of presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden is a good example of why Tucker Carlson Tonight is a must-watch.
In very limited media appearances, the former vice president under Barack Obama seems confused, addled, and unable to coherently put a sentence together. Yet now that Bernie Sanders has dropped out of the contest, Biden seems to have a lock on his party’s nomination, at least for the time being.
On his Monday-through-Friday Fox News Channel show (in the space formerly held by Bill O’Reilly), Carlson explained to his millions of viewers that Biden ascended to the nomination by default.
Democrats, however, need to figure out if Sleepy Joe can actually go the distance against President Trump.
“Ask yourself, is Joe Biden ready to lead this country? Could he find his car in a three-tiered parking garage? Could he navigate a salad bar? And by the way, what exactly is his position on the coronavirus pandemic? Those are the mysteries Democrats now face…it’s hard to imagine a man like that making it through a presidential debate or even staying awake through the inaugural proceedings.”
Carlson then launched into perhaps the most damaging attack against Biden by playing a recent clip of Biden himself:
OMG! Tucker with the brutal takedown.
"Ask yourself, is Joe Biden ready to lead this country? Could he find his car in a three-tiered parking garage? Could he navigate a salad bar? And by the way, what exactly is his position on the Coronavirus pandemic? pic.twitter.com/PzfXCyrw9g
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) April 9, 2020
Carlson, among others, has suggested that panicky Democrat power brokers could replace Biden with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo before America goes to the polls in November.
With Trump’s approval ratings seemingly on the rise with his handling of the pandemic, it seems unlikely to many that Biden could prevail in a head-to-head contest, absent Democrat voter fraud.
Biden in the White House would merely function as a frontman or figurehead, with far-left activists telling him what to do.
Tucker Carlson has emerged as a vocal critic of the globalist establishment cohort in both political parties that enabled the outsourcing of America’s supply chain to China with the encouragement of big business, hedge funds, and a compromised corporate media.
A hollowed-out domestic manufacturing sector and joblessness resulted.
Joe Biden’s family allegedly has made millions in deals with China.
Tucker Carlson has particularly assailed the media for accepting China’s propaganda at face value during the pandemic while obsessively nitpicking anything that the U.S. president says or does.
Globalism is the reason why China was able to spread the coronavirus around the world with devastating public health and economic ramifications.
Perhaps most importantly, Carlson apparently has the ear of the president. Carlson allegedly met with Trump at the Mar-a-Lago resort in March and warned the president about the looming crisis. By then, the Trump administration, however, had already begun its COVID-19 mobilization in January.
In his February 4, State of the Union address (in a speech that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tore up in an obviously pre-planned stunt), President Trump told the nation that “my administration will take all necessary steps to safeguard our citizens from this threat.”
Trump and his team have figuratively moved mountains since the coronavirus outbreak. Apart from his limited capacity, as a creature of the bureaucracy, it is unclear if a President Biden would be capable of rapidly mobilizing the federal government and the private sector in the fight against COVID-19.
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