Full Tucker Carlson May 7, 2021: The negation of economies and language. The communist attack on taxonomy

There is a short excerpt from one of Tucker’s long form interviews with Dr. Peter McCullough from his new show on FOX Nation. We like Dr. McCullough a lot at this blog. And in this except, one hears the expertise and wit of the man.

Wit in the sense that he realizes that should he be foolish enough to speculate on a question which he may feel he knows, and may be certain of its truth, it will be used to discredit his main points about which he is an expert, and with which he has personal experience, and where his own points and questions are excruciatingly difficult to discredit.

This makes it a somewhat boring interview perhaps. One would have to subscribe to Tucker’s new show to see the whole thing to know. But it does show that he is aware of the nature of reality today, and the need to focus on his main question:

WHY is no one but no one focusing on any kind of treatment for Covid19, and why is the entire strategy based on lockdowns and experimental vaccines when deaths could have been more than halved and probably closer to 85% less deaths and hospitalizations with the use of known off-label medications like Ivermectin.

Below is the video of his testimony that he refers to during the segment in the video above starting at about 32:08. Don’t start early though, the bit right before…

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2 Replies to “Full Tucker Carlson May 7, 2021: The negation of economies and language. The communist attack on taxonomy”

  1. The usual Gameplan of the Marxists;
    Tax everyone into oblivion who has saved and worked hard to achieve what they own.
    Then use those Taxes to pay and feed the lazy and useless.
    Then, when the Money finally runs out, blame those that have been taxed out of existence as selfish and greedy Enemies of the State.
    Then, start digging Massgraves.

  2. Like the tortured use of the word “apartheid” to describe Israel.

    Abu Yahuda, Our Enemies Deploy the Cognitive Bomb

    The first thing you need to know about the Human Rights Watch (HRW) report that was released on 27 April accusing Israel of “apartheid” is that the accusation has nothing to do with apartheid as most people understand it, the racially-based system of oppression that was in place in South Africa before roughly 1991.

    HRW is accusing Israel of “crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution,” which are defined by a treaty called the “International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid,” based on a UN General Assembly resolution passed in 1973, and the 1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court….

    HRW also adds that

    The reference to a racial group is understood today to address not only treatment on the basis of genetic traits but also treatment on the basis of descent and national or ethnic origin, as defined in the International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination. Human Rights Watch applies this broader understanding of race.

    In other words, apartheid doesn’t have to involve “race.” Any alleged discrimination against a national group can be considered apartheid…

    Accusations of apartheid and persecution are tremendously powerful, especially in the US in today’s climate of racial antagonisms.…

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