For real dude?
Amen - was about to say regarding the Kushner thing.For real dude?
Tucker just called out Kushner directly a few weeks ago. Kushner up until that point was a damn near complete untouchable for (((obvious))) reasons from BOTH sides of the aisle. Anyone who understands the game knows what Tucker REALLY did recently and the implications of it. Brave would be an understatement to say the least.
Think about this: You can get libtards to scream bloody murder over fake Russia nonsense for years; claiming foreign interference in American politics. However, you can't even get them to CONFRONT the Kushner/Israel/Trump connection stuff. Stuff that is actual foreign interference in American policy making. It's practically a legit slam dunk for the democrats and they won't touch it. THAT's how much of an untouchable Kushner is.
Tucker ain't stupid. He knows how to play the game and he knows he needs to ease into that issue extremely carefully at the appropriate time or he will get cut off. In the meantime, there are A LOT of untouchable areas (like all the bullshit from this whole year thus far from COVID to BLM) where he can focus on and have positive results for the time being.
Its UN Agenda 21 / 30. Basically its full globalist dreams and designs. Surveillance state, diversity is king, green agenda, mass migration -- their utopia. You can trace alot of the globalist agenda and things that are happening now as steps to Agenda 2030.What is AGENDA 21 / 30 ? I see people talking about it in the comments on this video
Calls current tycoons Unamerican and uninvested in the greater community, praises Henry Ford and spends the rest of the segment criticising <insert LDN term here> billionaire.
If Trump makes him VP, would he still have the time or authority to do his show?He really is the guy we need in 2020 as the GOP candidate. Trump along with the majority of the 2020 GOP is a complete joke.
In the first 2 minutes or so of the video, Tucker is wrong.
Wasn't the original Rockefeller a Christian? That's how he was portrayed in the TV series, "The Men Who Built America."In the first 2 minutes or so of the video, Tucker is wrong.
People like Rockefeller and Carnegie were not good people and they did not donate large portions of their wealth out of a sense of altruism and charity. They got their money’s worth in the form of subverting society and ushering in the modern technocracy and control systems we have in place today.
Men like Rockefeller were far more powerful than people think they were, and they were bad people. “Philanthropy” is a scam.
Tucker is way more based than anyone else in mainstream media, but he still falls into the trap of believing in Americanism.
The degenerate leftist technocracy we see today is a direct result of Americanism, not a deviation from it.
Even if Trump asked (which he won't), I can't see why Tucker would take the VP job. Tucker isn't a shill and I doubt he wants to carry Trump's dirty water.If Trump makes him VP, would he still have the time or authority to do his show?
I've been watching his daily monologue for the last few weeks, and I never consider myself a right winger (only voted Tory to keep the SNP out)
He's carpet bombing redpills and I'm thankful he managed to talk DJT out of a war with Iran.
My dream was to always travel to Central and Western Europe. And by the time I get to a place financially to do so it will probably no longer be safe. That may already be true with Coronavirus. I have countless questions I could ask of people from these countries. I could probably spend years there exploring and learning.For a German-speaking viewer it's always fascinating to see that this Tonight Show is broadcast on television at all. A show like this would be unthinkable in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.