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Tucker Carlson issued a warning about those in power who seek to incite racial division, calling out the “cult” mentality growing in the country.
The Fox News host questioned Friday if “racial harmony” is even the goal of activists who are not even trying to unite the nation amid days of violent protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
(Source: Fox News)
“In the last 10 days, some of our most prominent citizens have sworn allegiance to a cult. Converts go by the term ‘allies.’ And like all cult members, they demand total conformity,” Carlson said during his opening monologue on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
“They ritually condemn their own nation, its history, its institutions, its symbols, its flag,” he added, highlighting recent video clips that show teenagers denouncing their parents for not supporting the current agenda.
“But the revolution is young. Children attacking their parents is just the beginning,” Carlson said soberly, going on to show examples of how this “revolution” has been going on in American schools for some time. He also pointed out how radical left-wing activist Tim Wise announced on CNN that white children don’t deserve innocence.
Carlson noted how The New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project, which supposedly looks at the legacy of slavery in the United States, is now being used as mandatory curriculum in many high schools despite the many challenges brought against its factual basis and reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones, whom Carlson referred to as an “out of the closet, racial extremist.”
Jones recently argued that looting and burning of stores is justified, according to Carlson, who reiterated that her “propaganda” is now required in the education of many students across the nation.
“Many parents understandably deeply resent this. It’s deranged, it’s racist, but other parents don’t. They are ‘allies’ and they’ve joined in,” he said, adding that the “cultural revolution has come to the West.”
“What will the effects of this be? This is just a moment. It will end. How will we feel about it looking back?” Carlson asked, wondering if many children growing up right now will feel that they were “used” by the parents.
“Is there a single person who believes that this moment we’re living through will end in racial harmony? That used to be what we wanted. Some of us still do want that,” the Fox News host said. “Is it even a goal anymore? It doesn’t seem like it.”
He warned that those in power are ultimately seeking division and violence.
“Instead, it seems like many in power — it’s very clear, in fact — that many in power are pushing hard for racial division, for hatred, for violence. And let’s pray they don’t get what they want,” Carlson said.
“Tribal conflict will destroy a country faster than any plague,” he added.
“But keep in mind, as this insanity continues, that it doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Every action provokes a reaction – that’s physics. We don’t know where this is going. We don’t want to know where it’s going,” he said.
“The cult members should stop now, immediately,” Carlson concluded. “Before more innocents get hurt, and they will if they don’t.”
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