The Tucker Carlson thread

Fenaroli

Robin
I like Tucker Carlson a lot. I don't know if he's controlled opposition, but he's had crazies harrass him at his residence, at restaurants which shows he's got a little skin in the game and is playing with fire. I like most of what he's saying and am glad that he's resonating well with the disenfranchised American voter.

His destruction of Max Boot and John Bolton on his show were beautiful.

Hannity.. Kind of a well-lubricated weather vane who follows the conservative winds. He was your typical neo-con journalist and got a little better with Trump. I still get annoyed looking at most of these FOX news anchors who mistreated Ron Paul in 2008 and 2012.
 

Papaya

Peacock
Gold Member
Yeah he knows whats up and (((they))) know he knows. He falls just short of saying overtly (if he did that would be the end for sure) but to anyone with a modicum of intellect its pieces of the puzzle.

Thats why (((they)) call him "racist" and "white supremacist" etc.

Its obvious to anyone that knows the truth, so (((they))) see it clearly and it makes them extremely nervous as if Tucker were shouting it
 
Well, if Tucker is the real deal, then good for him and those he helps to inform. It'll be a while yet, however, till I could personally trust the man.

(1). I saw recently - I wish I remember where - that he at least applied for a job in the CIA; (2). No matter how you look at it, he's a mainstream journalist, and you just don't get to reach that many people these days unless you're under control; (3). Fox is owned by the Murdochs and these folks are no angels - believe me - they answer to Bilberberg!; (4). journalists who aren't under control and who do genuinely ruffle feathers get killed. Simple as that; (5). The pieces of truth that do come out of mainstream journalists mouths, and which therefore contradict the garbage coming from the Left, serve the dual purpose of dividing the population and providing the warning that satanists believe they must give their victims, so as to shift the blame onto them (i.e. the satanists told the victims what was happening, but the victims didn't listen, so now the victims must take responsibility. This is literally part of what satanists believe).

All of the above points are real considerations. If Tucker has somehow managed to slip through the cracks, then like I said above, good for him; but the odds seem to be heavily stacked against him.

And while I'm not necessarily saying that Tucker, himself, is consciously working subversively, I do believe he's at least naive and only doing exactly what the real subversives want.

If this is true - and I personally think it is - then it implies that the satanists have got it so sewn up at this point, that they believe they can start outright 'warning' their victims. While that doesn't bode well for where we are in history, it does make a mockery of their responsibility shifting belief; for if any truth to this godforsaken nonsense did actually exist, then these demons should have been telling the world what they've been up to from long ago (and not just now when it seems impossible for resistance to succeed).

If nothing else, then, this controlled opposition of today speaks, firstly, to the sham of satanism's beliefs and the cowardice of those who are tricked by them.

And, yes, I can see that I've now gone quite a bit off course from the Tucker discussion.
 
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As I have done in the past, I still highly recommend Fash The Nation if you are going to be interested/discussing politics. There is no other show that comes within half the knowledge you will learn from this show. It is free, once a week on Saturday, and then there is a paid show they do on Wednesday. I don't pay for their show, so I am not trying to sell it to you, I want more of you men to be fully aware of what you are up against and how big it has gotten. I'll put it this way, Putin and Xi are not any different than any other puppet.

And FTN has done a lot of work on Tucker. All in all, it is likely he is being used as the last possible pressure release valve to keep the frustrated middle/poor class GOP voters on the GOP plantation. But that doesn't mean he is necessarily fake opposition or he is bad. He is likely not the savior of the west, but he is a good tool to use. His viewers are ripe for the red pill. And that is something we must all take advantage of.

I hope Tucker runs for President, not because I think he can save us, but because it will be a great red pilling opportunity. Don't get me wrong, if Tucker somehow won the Presidency and actually shut down immigration, shut down free trade, taxed the billionaire elites, fixed/gutted the FBI, CIA and DOJ, I will be the first to defend him. I just don't expect it. I expect a lot of promises and bluster and then nothing once he is in office as the clock ticks down. But his bluster will be good red pilling material and that is what we should be excited about. It is our job to teach the lost masses and Tucker is just another tool we can use.

So enjoy his talking points and spread them far and wide, but let people know that this isn't the end of the road to the red pill.
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
So you can wear any t-shirt you want, but you can't comment on a message board. Thanks for defending my rights, Tucker.

I disagree harshly with your sentiment about Neff. He believed he was being anonymous and this is just what people do on the Internet. He didn't harm a soul. And if we cannot say what we want anonymously without fear of losing our jobs, *we are not free people*.


What good is working in dissident media if you can't, you know, be dissident in your daily life?

You can go through my posts on this thread last year. I loved Tucker. Watched his show nightly. I watched FOX News on election night and saw what happened. And Tucker, who makes such a big fuss about having integrity, did as little as possible to look into anything.

Before Tucker it was Bill O'Reilly and his fake conservative populism, followed by moaning and groaning Sean Hannity and his stable of tired establishment GOP hacks coming on to shill their books. The same Bill Kristol and Charles Krauthammer neocons who loved Karl Rove, the one who called Trump a "joke candidate," remember? That's the point from where we started from - pretty pathetic.

Fox could have kept going with the adult diaper wearing set and eventually faded away into AM radio, but they took a chance with Tucker. Is he perfect? Hell no, but he is different and dissident enough that the rest of major media hates him - that's good enough for me.

As for keeping a secret life on the Internet, nobody here of all places should ever believe that lie. I hope you haven't divulged too much information about yourself on this or any opinion site expecting what ought to be to match reality - because it does not. You can do a lot of things without getting arrested, and even without getting "cancelled" but if you work for someone in a high profile, adversarial political media role, you have to know your place. Had he worked for Veritas, they would have fired him just as fast for writing that retarded nonsense. Veritas takes neocon money, yes, and I wish they did not, so they could shine a light on Israeli puppeteering, but I am still glad for a lot of what they do - should I be an absolutist hermit about it instead?

Neff was a narcissistic fool who lost sight of the mission and eventually got nailed because he couldn't keep his mouth shut. They found him not because of a hack or even very deep doxxing, they found him because he only thought about himself instead of the bigger picture or the personality he supported in the news room.

He doesn't get breaks like a pissed of Asian ex-girlfriend does if she says she wants to kill all white people - she can keep her job at the NYT. But the fair train left the station a long time ago, that's just how it is.

Tonight he's calling out Republican legislators in Texas holding up a bill to prevent chemical castration. Which channel should I turn to for that story instead? Which one is "less evil"?


- - As for the "he applied to the CIA" bit, remember, they hire everyone from spies to bureaucrats to administrative clerks, and even people who work in the Starbucks in their facilities (yes, they have some - nice, clean ones, actually). That Tucker may have applied somewhere doesn't therefore mean he's some kind of government controlled opposition.
 
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Here is what I mean. Eric Striker is great, Roosh did a great interview with him a few years back. Eric Striker nicely sums up what is wrong with the GOP/Right wing economics in this day and age/why Tucker isn't the red pill but just a tool to use...

Eric Striker
Tucker Carlsons "Americans are being paid not to work by Joe Biden!" segment is nothing more than a more articulate version of "SOCIALISM SUCKS!"

Job growth in April was about 1/5th what Wall Street projected. White people are being fired for political crimes or even merely existing by the thousands. Where are people supposed to work?

I like Tucker, but its moments like these that you see the schizophrenia and shallowness of "new right" populism. It's never going anywhere.

Has Tucker ever worked a worthless $9 an hour job? He would know that the less you're paid the harder they work you.

What if tomorrow he got fired from Fox, would he reject unemployment benefits to get up and spend about 2 hours worth of his daily wages on just gas to commute back and forth to a shitty Walgreens job?

The answer is no. So why demand anyone else do it?

Businesses' have used right to work laws and illegal immigration to keep wages artificially low since the 1970s.

Now that some workers have some leverage over capital in some places, the GOP -- including its fake "populists"-- suddenly comes alive to white knight for private equity and Wal Mart.

Fuck them all.
 

jollycynic

Sparrow
A lot of people have trouble with Tucka not naming the jew and therefore he must just be controlled opposition. I honestly have to ask though : all of you who take issue with that, how often do you spout off about them in your own jobs and work life? Don't expect more of him than you would yourself.

We're all basically insurgents in a rhetorical war. They're the occupying force. If any of us pop our heads too high up (him included) we'll get them taken off.
 

fokm

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Last night's FREE FTN podcast begins with Tucker's "they're paying people to stay home" segment. They do a better job of articulating how this is yet another data point of how Tucker is just controlled opposition than I could.

It's free, and it's good, and it's only about 30 minutes or so of the show.


I've been asked about what's so sinister about Tucker -- they give a good example of how in the intro of his segment, he pairs the "they're paying people to stay home and not work" with BLM. It really has nothing to do with BLM, but it primes your mind to be against it and then fall for whatever Tucker says. It's very sophisticated and subtle, unlike the previous guys (O'Reilly, Hannity, etc.)

Fox could have kept going with the adult diaper wearing set and eventually faded away into AM radio, but they took a chance with Tucker. Is he perfect? Hell no, but he is different and dissident enough that the rest of major media hates him - that's good enough for me.
I believe some MSM people really don't like him. But what about Rachel Maddow? You would think Tucker and Rachel would be seething at each other, yet they both go out of their way to praise each other when they have the opportunity. Tucker would say things like, "Maddow isn't bad, she just has a different opinion." They worked together when he was at MSNBC and they like each other, but Maddow has had so many indefensible segments on her show over the last 5 years that it's interesting Tucker doesn't touch her.

The left goes on about Tucker because he's a lightning rod for outrage and outrage = ratings. The right likes Tucker because he seems to have integrity. It's pro wrestling.

As for keeping a secret life on the Internet, nobody here of all places should ever believe that lie.
I understand what you're saying and agree with you in practicality. However the US is supposed to be the place where you have free speech and can say what you like. In the here and now you are correct -- it's a naive assumption. It wasn't so much 30 years ago. Why has it changed and who helped usher the change in, and why are those who aren't already the enemy allowing the left to take scalps without a fight?

So again, you're right -- but I also believe Tucker could have stuck his neck out for Neff and given Tucker's ratings, Tucker would have handily won that. Neff helped him reach record ratings.

Tonight he's calling out Republican legislators in Texas holding up a bill to prevent chemical castration. Which channel should I turn to for that story instead? Which one is "less evil"?
Listen to last night's FTN. Republicans constantly *appear* to push back against trannies and critical race theory, but when it comes down to policy that actually gets passed into law, it's all a show. Tucker is pointing this out, but the Republicans will cow-tow and water it down and then say they won.

As for the "he applied to the CIA" bit, remember, they hire everyone from spies to bureaucrats to administrative clerks, and even people who work in the Starbucks in their facilities (yes, they have some - nice, clean ones, actually). That Tucker may have applied somewhere doesn't therefore mean he's some kind of government controlled opposition.
Hard disagreement here, Slicky. Anyone *in media* who has applied to the CIA should be suspect, *especially* if he appears to be on our side. I'm being very specific.
 
A lot of people have trouble with Tucka not naming the jew and therefore he must just be controlled opposition. I honestly have to ask though : all of you who take issue with that, how often do you spout off about them in your own jobs and work life? Don't expect more of him than you would yourself.

We're all basically insurgents in a rhetorical war. They're the occupying force. If any of us pop our heads too high up (him included) we'll get them taken off.
I think we all know there are obvious limits of what you can and cannot say on TV. No one here is asking Tucker to do a roman salute on TV.

Him basically saying we should take away unemployment benefits, rather than attack the greatest wealth transfer in the history of the nation is really bad. I would say it is equally as bad as critical race theory training. It tells people that they must accept being slaves in our new gig economy and don't you dare think you deserve any of the trillion plus USD stolen from you by the elites in 2020.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Hannity.. Kind of a well-lubricated weather vane who follows the conservative winds. He was your typical neo-con journalist and got a little better with Trump. I still get annoyed looking at most of these FOX news anchors who mistreated Ron Paul in 2008 and 2012.

Hannity is a complete fraud. Savage eviscerated him and disclosed that Hannity makes a significant sum of money from low income housing and other government benefit programs. The dude is running around claiming to be “conservative” while making money off everything he claims to oppose.
 

get2choppaaa

Pelican
Holy shizzle sticks.... Tucker came out and directly , openly connected Fauci and the gain of function research at rhe Wuhan lab. Im on a new iPad and cant link the video. This is huge
I am glad he is publicly stating what Bannon and crew exposed over a year ago.

Good for the audience, and will hopefully help disabuse the country of that evil man's machinations.
 
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LoveBug

Kingfisher

Is Tucker losing his mind? First time in a few weeks I tuned in and saw this

-Edit, my fault, I haven't been watching the media in this country for awhile and didn't know this subject (UFOs) was being covered by other outlets
 
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Eusebius Erasmus

Kingfisher

Is Tucker losing his mind? First time in a few weeks I tuned in and saw this

-Edit, my fault, I haven't been watching the media in this country for awhile and didn't know this subject (UFOs) was being covered by other outlets

Tucker is just doing his job, covering so-called 'conspiracy theories' in a manner that allows normies to realize that there is something to them.

However, he should drop the UFOs thing. Those with discernment, like Fr. Seraphim Rose, and even many Protestant and Catholic writers, claim that UFOs are really demons playing tricks on us.

Stop giving them attention. Demons love attention.
 

Bitter End

Woodpecker
Scott Greer mentioned recently that only Tucker uses the word "replacement" in demographic context in the mainstream media. This is why ADL went after him for a bit, but as EMJ said, they overplayed their hand and had to back down.
 
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