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Perhaps Tucker Carlson’s most profound
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Posted By: DW626, 3/12/2022 6:12:04 AM

I won’t lie: I’m a Tucker Carlson fan. He is willing to speak honestly about topics others ignore, sugarcoat, or lie about. Even when I don’t agree with him, I find him worthwhile, and never more so than his Friday night monologue about Biden’s latest, terrifying power grab and how our government is destroying the American economy. It was a tour de force and I cannot recommend it highly enough. Tucker opened with something I’d meant to write about and now don’t need to: Without a single pause, the Biden administration slipped effortlessly from COVID emergency powers


Our federal government has been at war with us taxpaying, law abiding middle class citizens for many decades. Only now has it come out more into the open. The ballot box is, or was, supposed to be our battleground. And until, or unless something is done to correct this….

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Reply 1 - Posted by: EJKrausJr 3/12/2022 6:27:51 AM (No. 1097537)
Tucker hits home on the Deep State's desire to run our lives from cradle to post grave. FJB is their current puppet. He is a willing puppet as long as his supply of tapioca doesn't run out. Dr. Jill is using her inner Edith Wilson to comply with the Deep State.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: lakerman1 3/12/2022 6:55:57 AM (No. 1097556)
I understand the part of Dementia Jo;s handlers actions as related to Russia. I don't quite understand how oligarchs are defined by the U.S. Is every wealthy Russian automatically an oligarch? Is it the size of their yacht? (Dementia Jo seemed to be awed by that.) I would appreciate it if a fellow poster would explain oligarch to me. And if the Rockefellers lived in Russia, what are they? How about Bill Gates? Wozniak?The Heinz/Kerry family? Michael Jordan? Elon Musk? The Biden Crime Family? Kennedy Family? Dollar Bill Clinton and Lady Lucifer, plus Web Hubell's daughter, Chelsea? Barack Obola?
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Reply 3 - Posted by: F15 Gork 3/12/2022 7:32:24 AM (No. 1097582)
Joe Biden, thy name is Evil. Pure unadulterated Evil. I’m not sure if even President Trump could save us now. We are already pretty far down the rabbit hole.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 3/12/2022 7:37:01 AM (No. 1097586)
FTA - "We are very close to the cliff’s edge. I don’t know if there’s still time to turn back or if we’ve actually crossed the edge and are in freefall. I do know, though, that if there’s still a chance, we must slam on the brakes." Well, here we go again with another stark warning from one who knows where the edge of the cliff is for America. Indeed we are at the edge of the cliff or have gone over, Tucker. Just say it, Tucker. It's the Great Reset, aka the new world order vs. the post-cold war world order. Bush 1 and Bush 2, BJ, Obie, and biden the cheater have all picked the former and Putie has picked the latter. And just we wait until chicom Xi and the mullahs decide to weigh in.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: aasilver 3/12/2022 7:47:47 AM (No. 1097596)
Every communist government achieves total control by the same method - creating 'chaos' in a Capitalist country. We went over the cliff in 1968 when the Democrats created chaos in their national convention. Trump was 'law and order'. That could stop 'chaos' but we are too far gone. The Democrats, media and acidemia run the USA.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: stablemoney 3/12/2022 7:52:51 AM (No. 1097601)
Great monologue. I do not support any of Biden's actions in Ukraine, nor do I support any of American CEO's weaponizing their companies for ideology and partisanship. Those are issues to be decided by the people. I refuse to participate in any way in any of this.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 3/12/2022 8:02:38 AM (No. 1097613)
Forgot to acknowledge #2's request - All of the names you referenced are all disciples of a much higher family dynasty - the Rothschilds. Always keep in mind it is they who rule the world through its financial system. They care little about a nation's laws because having control of currencies is all they want and it works. It is they who owns most of the world's central banks including our own Federal Reserve. The financial worth of the R family is well north of $600 trillion. Ever notice that their name is never reported in public? Anybody who has dropped their name in vain found themselves being escorted to the top floor of the nearest office building and pushed over the edge. The Rs are extremely evil people and they make Putie look like a choir boy. As regards what is an oligarchy, well here we have it with the Rs. Everyone under them are essentially very wealthy useful idiots. Hope this helps.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: BarryNo 3/12/2022 8:11:55 AM (No. 1097625)
Democrats are ALWAYS like this. If you aren't on the scene with a gun to their heads, they "assume" they can do whatever they want, with little or no justification. They will create the "narrative", later.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: privateer 3/12/2022 8:23:48 AM (No. 1097635)
IMHO the term we should be using for the Red Shields and others is: Plutocrat. Ditto Russian oligarchs and Gates, Zuckerberg and others. And remember...Pluto was King of the Underworld; not Mickey's dog.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Urgent Fury 3/12/2022 8:41:35 AM (No. 1097658)
Monologues aren't enough anymore.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: MickTurn 3/12/2022 9:09:51 AM (No. 1097693)
We need a total Purge of the COMMUNISTS running our government...I'm not talking about just getting rid of them, I want Life in PRISON, Breaking Big rocks into small rocks forever!
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Reply 12 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 3/12/2022 9:24:02 AM (No. 1097719)
Tucker is a must watch every night! He is smart and fearless in his reporting. I trust him that he is seeking truth!
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Reply 13 - Posted by: smaricic 3/12/2022 9:34:44 AM (No. 1097741)
Andrea Widburg and American Thinker are always worth reading. Tucker Carlson may have forgotten something when he said, "Without even pausing, the Biden administration declared total economic war on a sovereign country... No American government had ever done anything like that before. If there was one thing the U.S. government long stood for it was the rule of law." Well, FDR did something similar in 1941. This from history dot com: "On July 26, 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt seizes all Japanese assets in the United States in retaliation for the Japanese occupation of French Indo-China... President Roosevelt swung into action by freezing all Japanese assets in America. Britain and the Dutch East Indies followed suit. The result: Japan lost access to three-fourths of its overseas trade and 88 percent of its imported oil. Japan’s oil reserves were only sufficient to last three years, and only half that time if it went to war and consumed fuel at a more frenzied pace." I don't know if FDR and Biden had the legal right to take these actions. I leave that question to one of Lucianne's legal experts.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: red1066 3/12/2022 9:55:53 AM (No. 1097775)
This is the reason Tucker is on the must destroy list of every government agency. He's alerting the unwashed masses of what's going on in D.C.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: bigfatslob 3/12/2022 9:56:32 AM (No. 1097776)
The economic war on American citizens is all over a stupid electric car or golf cart if you may. Killing the life blood of the world for solar panels, windmills and electric cars how stupid is that? All being done by a man without a brain.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: SkeezerMcGee 3/12/2022 10:01:14 AM (No. 1097786)
The Article is seriously misleading. The Biden Administration is not taking these measures because it "does not like" Russia. It's taking these measures because Putin is invading Ukraine, killing people (perhaps mostly civilians) and needlessly destroying property. Also the U.S. cannot effectively affect the economy of Russia absent cooperation of many other countries, and they are fully cooperating. Putting Russia under economic pressure may work, and it's less likely to provoke Putin into starting WW3 (such as Poland providing fighter jets to Ukraine via the U.S. airbase in Germany). Moreover, it's far from clear whether Biden is exceeding his executive authority, and even if he is, Putin's response or lack of response is not going to turn on whether Putin believes that Biden is or is not exceeding his authority. It the U.S. supposed to do nothing other than ring its hands and talk about how terrible is Putin's invasion of Ukraine, and whine that Europe and NATO need to do more?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: MDConservative 3/12/2022 10:21:05 AM (No. 1097809)
FTA: (Our economy imploding is the) "fault of a government that has deliberately flooded the American economy with money—and has been doing so since 2008. The trend, of course, accelerated exponentially with the 'stimulus' bills." SINCE 2008...that includes the past administration, too, which few care to acknowledge. At least $10 TRILLION "spread around" by appropriations signed by PDT. We now have a national debt that exceeds $30 TRILLION, and growing. So, let's stop kidding ourselves. FTA: Carlson said, "At exactly the moment when the emergency powers they awarded to themselves to fight COVID started to wane, our leaders began pushing for conflict with Russia. And then, on the basis of that conflict, they assumed historic war powers." Actually, those war powers were invoked by PDT, with many "real Conservatives" supporting the invocation of the Defense Production Act by saying we were at war with COVIDS. It's not a stretch to play that game when we seemingly have a "war" on damn near everything exercising this government power, and the national peanut gallery cheering it all on until gross abuse becomes evident. J6 prosecution was a warning shot. Not much happening in the streets since then...the truckers pulling back on their threat to gridlock Washington is a fair indicator. Waiting for the grocery store panic that is sure to come with those growing "supply chain" issues and price increases.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Mofongo 3/12/2022 10:53:16 AM (No. 1097841)
#7, go find a beer hall to strut around in, you pathetic anti-Semite. Is your life so empty that you need to fill it with bigotry? Loser.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DVC 3/12/2022 11:55:48 AM (No. 1097918)
I used to be a Tucker fan. He is totally, pathetically, rantingly off base on this whole Ukraine labs thing. One day, people will realize that they have been played by Russian disinformation, riding on the back of legitimate distrust of the lying Dems about this whole pandemic fraud. These labs were not related. I know, I was there, I worked with many of them. The US Defense Threat Reduction Agency has been helping countries secure their biolabs from possible terrorist accessing dangerous pathogens for about 15-20 years. That's what this was. Tucker is way, way down the wrong path.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: dbdiva 3/12/2022 11:59:16 AM (No. 1097924)
#18, I'm a little lost as to why you found the post at #7 offensive. He is correct that the Rothschild family is in the middle of every nefarious financial dealing there is and they do want to control the world's currencies. They don't care how that control affects the nations. #7 is not wrong to call them evil. Yes, they are Jewish but that fact is not material to who they are and their desire for more wealth and control. If they were Christians they would act no differently, I'm sure.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 3/12/2022 12:49:36 PM (No. 1098000)
Tucker is usually pretty on target most of the time. But when he gets it wrong, boy does he get it wrong. In this instance, he got it very right. Gutfeld should hopefully be back on the air Monday and I for one cannot wait for him to unload if he doesn't get preempted.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 3/12/2022 12:56:07 PM (No. 1098008)
From what I can find, oligarchy is indeed wealth, but it also implies they have a lot of political power and influence as well. Not every wealthy person is an oligarch. But the list that #2 has does have some western oligarchs on it. Soros, Gates, Bezos, Howard Schultz of Starbucks fame, Zuckerberg especially, Heinz-Kerry, Bush family, Clinton family, Obama, the dead part of the Kennedy clan IMO are considered of the oligarchy because of the political influence they have. You can add Warren Buffett to the list as well. I added a few names to their list. You could also add corporate oligarchy to the equation too. FB, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, Apple, Nike and the like are all what I would consider of the oligarch level elites.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Mofongo 3/12/2022 1:29:30 PM (No. 1098025)
#20. a) What’s the evidence for his and your slanderous allegation? Is your implied “everyone knows” good enough? b) If it’s true, do you have it in for any other banking families, or does your animus start and stop with the R’s? Do you honestly not realize that anti-Semites have been featuring the Rothschilds as euphemisms for their hatred for more than a century?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: RuckusTom 3/12/2022 7:50:54 PM (No. 1098294)
Might study up on what it's like living in a slum in India or Brazil. That's what they want for us. Think about it. No cars, no heating or air conditioning, intermittent electricity ... all those icky things that are bad for mother Earth. If a wave of cholera comes through and wipes out a few 100, 1000, 10000 people, that's all the better for population control.
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