Tucker Carlson opened his Thursday’s version of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” by highlighting the “flagrant double standard” of lawmakers and native leaders who inspired constituents to protest en masse regardless of the coronavirus lockdowns.
“The coronavirus lockdowns had nothing to do with race or white and black, thank God,” Carlson started. “Quarantines are as an alternative scientific, purely a matter of public well being.
“That’s what they told us and we believed them. We sat passively as they destroyed our country’s economy, as they indicted Americans for trying to make a living. And then the … riots started and we learned it was all fake. The very same officials who threatened us … for going outside urged their own voters to flood the streets, and they did, and no one was punished. How could this happen?”
Carlson argued that the hypocrisy on show amounted to a “ritual humiliation” of Americans who accepted the lockdowns in good religion.
“Forcing people to accept mistreatment is a time-tested way to subdue them,” he mentioned. “‘Of course we are not treating you fairly,’ they are telling us. ‘You don’t deserve fairness. You deserve what you get.’ That’s the message. And after a while, the population accepts this. Some believe it. They blame themselves. That’s the goal. But we should never accept it.”
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The promise of absolute equality below the regulation “is all we have,” Carlson defined.
“Laws are designed to protect the weak, not the strong,” the host mentioned. “For the time being, the folks main this revolution towards our system are robust. That is why they’re attempting to subvert our legal guidelines. In the event that they succeed, there will probably be nothing to guard the remaining of us in this nation. We can’t allow them to try this.
“In the United States of America, all of us are equal under the law. Period. Say that as loud as you can.”