Tucker Carlson Gave the Most Important, Riveting Monologue of His Career and It’s a Must Watch

Tucker Carlson went live last night after a weekend of violent rioting and looting across many of America’s major cities. He took no prisoners in what was easily the most important monologue of his career. It’s a moment in media history that will still be talked about a decade from now. That’s how powerful it was, whether you agree with every conclusion or not. Read the rest HERE.

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3 Responses to Tucker Carlson Gave the Most Important, Riveting Monologue of His Career and It’s a Must Watch

  1. Joe Z says:

    When Americans defend themselves and their property with guns, the rioting cockroaches disappear. Any confusion why the DemocRATS want to confiscate your guns?

  2. The Flash says:

    It seems that everyday, more evidence surfaces that this is highly organized and well-funded. How else can you explain pallets of bricks being delivered to protest “hot spots” the day before the riot – I mean “protest?” Looters and violence against others needs to be met with lethal force, as that appears to be the only thing that’s going to work.

  3. JOHNNY LIBERTY says:

    ENOUGH, ENOUGH, ENOUGH…CALL IN THE TROOPS OR ORGANIZE THE MILITIA.

    ITS TIME TO STOP THIS CRIMINAL ACTIVITY…NOW

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