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Fox News host Tucker Carlson believes America is on track to transform into a corporatocracy rooted in Democrat politics.
“In a democracy, the people rule. If voters want something done over time, it happens. That’s what self-government is. But what do you call a system in which all the major, really important decisions are made by big companies without any reference at all to what voters want? Well, that is not democracy. It’s corporatocracy, and it’s starting to look a lot like what we have now,” he said.
Listen to the first half of his monologue below:
(Video: Fox News)
Here’s what happened: The Democrat Party crafted a false narrative about Georgia’s recently signed election reform measures. The media broadcast this false narrative to their millions of viewers. Those viewers then bombarded corporations with emails and phone calls. And now these corporations have all bent the knee.
According to Axios, over 100 corporations have issued statements condemning Georgia for the measures that were written and signed into law by the state’s duly elected politicians. Meanwhile, Major League Baseball has relocated its upcoming 2021 All-Star Game out of Atlanta.
The goal is to pressure Georgia’s duly elected politicians to bow to their will, and of course their will is, in fact, nothing but the Democrat Party’s wish list.
“Why is Major League Baseball weighing in on this? Why is it doing it? Because voters in the state of Georgia made a decision that the Biden administration doesn’t like. As with so many big corporations, Major League Baseball believes it now has veto power over the democratic process,” Carlson noted.
He added, “How did we get here? It’s not at all complicated. We have a new president now, and that president is willing to destroy even something as wholesome as the country’s traditional game purely to increase the power of his political party. Just the other day, Joe Biden went on ESPN to demand that professional sports franchises boycott any state whose voters step out of line.”
The entire Biden administration, from President Joe Biden himself to White House press secretary Jen Psaki, have been relentlessly smearing Georgia’s election reform measures with lies so brazen even some media outlets have called them out.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) April 2, 2021
In fairness to Biden, he never called for all professional sports franchises to boycott Republican states. After MLB Players Association executive director Tony Clark issued a statement last week indicating his openness to relocating the upcoming All-Star Game because of Georgia’s election reform measures, the president said he would support such a move.
However, while expressing this sentiment, he also told several lies about the measures — lies that he “got … from reporters who did no research,” according to Carlson.
Indeed, instead of performing even the slightest research, “journalists” keep parroting the lies of the Democrat Party’s most vocal activists and propagandists.
Just this Friday for instance, CBS News published a blatantly partisan “news” piece titled “3 ways companies can help fight Georgia’s restrictive new voting law.”
“Just days after Coca-Cola, Delta and other major corporate names publicly denounced Georgia’s controversial voting law, civil rights groups are raising the heat on big companies to help combat similar proposals across the U.S.,” the piece read.
CBS News then detailed these proposals without offering a single word — not one — of pushback against the false narratives being touted by these “civil rights groups.”
As noted by John Cooper of the Heritage Foundation, the “report” wasn’t journalism — it was “partisan advocacy” loaded with “debunked misinformation.”
Why is CBS willfully tweeting debunked misinformation, and engaging in partisan advocacy?
This is so inappropriate. https://t.co/t4xn5YV0X9
— John Cooper (@thejcoop) April 3, 2021
And this “partisan advocacy” has clearly been embraced by America’s most powerful corporations, in part because of the pressure being applied to them not only by the Democrat Party’s activists but also by the party’s media allies.
“Huge parts of corporate America have joined it. They’ve decided that Georgia is reinstating Jim Crow,” Carlson noted.
The clothing company Patagonia, one of the 100+ corporations that have condemned Georgia, claimed in its own statement that American “democracy is under attack by a new wave of Jim Crow bills that seek to restrict the right to vote.”
The statement was a complete lie. Yet as a “source” for its claim, the corporation cited none other than The New York Times:
See how it all works? The narratives begin with the Democrat Party, travel to the media and then wind up with America’s powerful corporations.
Meanwhile, there hasn’t been an iota of outrage from the media or corporations over Democrats trying to nix “right to work” laws, Democrats trying to eliminate gig work and Democrats trying to reverse an election.
No matter what Democrats do, it seems they’re always left alone. However, sometimes this holds true for Republicans as well, but only when said Republicans willfully choose to pursue an agenda conducive to the Democrat Party.
Over in Vermont, for example, Republican Gov. Phil Scott has instituted an apartheid-like racial preference system for coronavirus vaccines — something that’s right up the Democrat Party’s alley.
“Vermonters 16 and over who identify as Black, Indigenous or people of color — along with members of their household — will be able to register for the Covid-19 vaccine starting Thursday, officials announced at a Tuesday press conference,” VT Digger reported at the start of the week.
Everybody else is out of luck. This seems racist, no? Yet as noted by Carlson, corporations such as Coca-Cola — one of the many that have condemned Georgia — have had nothing to say about it.
Listen to the rest of his monologue below:
“Vermont wants to check your racial purity before they give you life-saving medicine. That doesn’t seem like a good idea or legal or ethical or something that would ever happen in America. Is Coca-Cola OK with that? Apparently they are,” Carlson said.
Apparently, every major American corporation is OK with any law or proposal, no matter how immoral or unethical, so long as it buoys the Democrat Party’s narratives.
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