Tucker Carlson is delicately trying to uncuck the Republican Party.
It took him a while to get to the point in his monologue tonight. He tossed the pitch to Matt Walsh who used the phrase “anti-white racism.” It is too bad the show doesn’t have a super chat feature because the audience wouldn’t have been so cagey and diplomatic in airing their grievance.
BTW, the grievance is specifically that these people are anti-White and that our sacred “norms” are ridiculous and antiquated. Literally no one in the so-called “far right” ever says things like “we have to support our White brother Sen. Mitch McConnell.” There is nothing we love more than slamming those guys. We also criticize them for all the right reasons too. We don’t like their policies.
Tucker has gone after Duckworth for being a mediocrity several times now:
They actually don’t want to be treated equally.
They get super offended when you treat them like anyone else and don’t pull your punches and put them up on a pedestal because Duckworth is a “Woman of Color.” We don’t feel any sense of White guilt though. We would attack Duckworth or Don Lemon as viciously as we would attack anyone else.
Note: I’ve actually dialed back the language that I use on this website. I look at people like Nikuyah Walker and Elie Mystal and it is shocking to me how utterly obsessed they are with race. I don’t want to sound like that. My whole thing is that I just don’t take shit from anyone for being White.