Tucker Carlson gives Americans sobering education on George Soros’ man in Biden’s would-be Cabinet


Fox News host Tucker Carlson took a closer look at Democrat Joe Biden and the radical people he is choosing for his potential administration.

The host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” pulled back the curtain on Biden’s Cabinet picks, telling viewers Friday that “billionaires have full representation” in the Democrat’s administration and “may soon have a lot more.” Carlson focused part of his monologue on Patrick Gaspard, the man who could soon be America’s labor secretary, and has recently been president of the George Soros-funded Open Society Foundations.

“After a lifetime of serving the Democratic Party, Joe Biden has no fixed beliefs. He can’t have any; the party has changed too much,” Carlson began his more-than eight-minute monologue.

Explaining how the Democratic Party, which once stood for working-class Americans, now is “funded almost exclusively by Silicon Valley and the finance establishment, the billionaire class. Its foot soldiers don’t work in factories. They’re community organizers. They’re members of interest groups that have coalesced around a specific race or sex or sexual orientation.”

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These groups, Carlson contended, “exist only for their own benefit” and to leverage America’s political system to benefit their own members.

“This is called identity politics and it is the most divisive way possible to run a government,” he continued, adding that Biden, in “an interview we wish we’d seen before the election,” explains how he would soon have the “most diverse Cabinet anyone in American history has ever announced.”

In addition to Amazon’s international tax director, Tom Sullivan, Biden has also tapped Brandon Belford, a senior director at Lyft, Airbnb’s Clare Gallagher and Matt Olsen from Uber. Still others come from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Carlson explained.

“Patrick Gaspard could soon be America’s labor secretary, a Cabinet official,” the Fox News host said, referring to Barack Obama’s former political director, and who served as U.S. ambassador to South Africa.

“So if you’re asking yourself, ‘Does a 90-year-old, left-wing Hungarian financier have enough control over the way my country operates?’, the answer is decidedly, ‘Yes.’ George Soros definitely has enough power now, much more power than you have, for sure.”

“In Patrick Gaspard, George Soros has found someone as radical as he is,” Carlson said, pointing to Gaspard’s approval of a plan by South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress, three years ago disguised as “land reform” in which property would be taken – without compensation – from farmers.

“No sane person thought or thinks this was a good idea. But Patrick Gaspard thought it was a great idea,” Carlson said.

“Patrick Gaspard doesn’t care. Like George Soros, he is an ideologue. For him, as for all ideologues, outcomes are far less interesting and far less important than theories,” Carlson added.

“So you won’t be surprised to learn that Patrick Gaspard was once a community organizer, that he once worked for failed New York City Mayor David Dinkins, and that he remains personally close to current Mayor Bill de Blasio,” he continued. “New York City is collapsing, but as far as Patrick Gaspard is concerned, it’s collapsing for the right reasons. Maybe we need more land reform on the Upper East Side.”

“Could this moment get any more perverse? Could the lying be any more obvious? Could it be more Orwellian?” Carlson asked in conclusion. “But it doesn’t matter what you think, that man could soon be your labor secretary.”

Frieda Powers

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