Tucker Carlson pulled back the curtain to expose the left’s hypocrisy on violence as he took a hard look at how corporations are colluding with Democrats to silence critics.
The Fox News host delivered a lengthy and somber monologue assessing the coordinated violation of U.S. antitrust law by Big Tech companies which have “fully aligned” with the Democratic Party and will apparently stop at nothing to crush dissent.
Carlson reiterated his condemnation of last week’s violence that broke out at the U.S. Capitol, asserting that “every person who broke the law this past Wednesday should be prosecuted.”
“This show is for law and order. Period,” the host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” began on Monday. “Many of those currently in power or not, they believe instead in selective enforcement. Selective enforcement is not law and order. It is the opposite.”
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“Laws must be applied equally to every citizen or else they are not laws, they are the whims of a tyrant. Punish the guilty, spare the innocent. That is the most basic definition of justice. But that is not what’s happening now. The crackdown on civil liberties we’ve watched over the past five days amounts instead to collective punishment,” Carlson said.
“People who had nothing to do with the violence in the U.S. Capitol are being punished for that violence, and that is repugnant and immoral and anti-American. It should shock our sensibilities,” he added, pointing to comments by Alexey Navalny, a Russian dissident apparently poisoned by the Putin government last year.
“He has watched the recent crackdown in this country by Joe Biden and his allies in Big Business and Big Tech with growing concern and then horror. Here’s his conclusion,” Carlson said, quoting Navalny. “Even in Russia, they know what’s happening here is dangerous and wrong, because it is.”
1. I think that the ban of Donald Trump on Twitter is an unacceptable act of censorship (THREAD)
— Alexey Navalny (@navalny) January 9, 2021
10. This precedent will be exploited by the enemies of freedom of speech around the world. In Russia as well. Every time when they need to silence someone, they will say: ‘this is just common practice, even Trump got blocked on Twitter’.
— Alexey Navalny (@navalny) January 9, 2021
After pointing to several examples following last week’s protest that turned deadly, Carlson sought to clarify the definition of an “insurrectionist.”
“Well, according to a letter from Democrats in Congress, it is anyone who sympathizes with what happened on Wednesday. Think about that,” he said. “Now you can oppose what happened at the Capitol and for the 15th time, we do oppose it– loudly have and will. And you can still see this development for what it is. It’s terrifying lunacy.”
The Fox News host argued that “no one is pushing back against it,” noting that the largest corporations in the U.S. “have decided to radically expand the definition of what is now illegal.”
“Insurrection, according to this new definition means questioning any part of last November’s election. So you thought that your birthright as an American was the right to ask questions, but not anymore. That’s now a crime,” Carlson told viewers, as he went on to recall how Democrats reacted after Trump’s election in 2016.
Carlson also noted how the companies that have now cut off donations to Republicans who dared to object to the 2020 election results were pretty silent when it was Democrats objecting.
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“In other words, dare to hire someone from the presidential administration, that’s many thousands of people and we will destroy your business. That’s healthy and normal?” Carlson asked.
“You want your country to fall apart completely? Keep up fascist insanity like that, because it definitely will,” he added. “But it turns out this is the new normal: silencing, blacklists, social credit scores, threats.”
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“It’s almost boring at this point to point out the steaming hypocrisy in all of this and we’ll stop after tonight. But just for the record, we can’t resist,” he continued, going on to point to several examples.
“These same companies indeed remained quiet all last summer after BLM set fire to the ancient Episcopal Church in front of the White House and then drove the President of the United States into an underground bunker with violence. They said nothing,” Carlson recounted.
“They said nothing when rioters destroyed a police precinct in Minneapolis,” he said, reminding viewers that Big Tech and Democratic Party politicians supported groups raising funds to bail out the violent rioters last year.
“Something bigger is happening here, something we’ve never seen in the full course of American history,” Carlson warned.
“Corporations, which are now more powerful than they have ever been, ever, are colluding with one another and with the political class to silence any opposition, not to some ideal. They don’t have those, but to their rule,” he continued.
“This is not what we were promised. The election is over. You thought things would calm down. Again, even if you voted against Joe Biden. You thought they would calm down. No chance. That’s one campaign promise they didn’t intend to keep,” he added.
“Corporations are fully aligned. This has never happened in our country. They are fully aligned with a political party” Carlson warned again. “How much distance between the Biden campaign and Google, the most powerful company in the world? Right around none.”
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