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Tucker Carlson: The fear of White supremacy is a hoax and not the real problem

Tucker Carlson: The fear of White supremacy is a hoax and not the real problem

Tucker Carlson claimed that the fear of white supremacy ’is a hoax…a conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power, and that the real divide is class.

Aaron W
Aaron W
Lowlife
Lowlife 1 year

Question, if Milo Yianopuolus was banned from twitter for having a false statement in his bio why can Carlos Maza have “tucker Carlson is a white supremacist” in his?

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 1 year

I can hear the NPC's and Bots sputtering to formulate a response.

Dave
Dave 1 year

Well....no I'm sure there are white supremacist extremists out there that need to be dealt with. Same as I'm sure there are black supremacist extremists, communist extremists and religious extremists that also need to be dealt with. It's the "extremist" part that is the problem, regardless of their political beliefs.

Knight's
Knight's 1 year

once again the far-left outrage machine is making something out of nothing. What he was saying is this is not as big of a problem as people are making it. And he is 100% correct. you have one person that actually was on the left politically but had a racial issue and it wasn't about white supremacy he didn't like immigrants there's a big difference because both of those things are a problem but it's not the same problem. he was a leftist in terms of his Universal basic income and universal healthcare and environmental ideology. what were having the outraged thing about is because it was a a gun used. the Democrats figure they can manipulate this into new gun laws and I hope not. But what this comes down to it as the Democrats have a problem the violence that's being publicized in terms of mass murders is way overrun and overpopulated with people who are Democrats. and they have yet to be able to prevent that. So they've needed after a really bad summer to divert attention away from all of the train wrecks they've had all summer long and the media has been trying to play this up to because the media is 90% left wing. so what Tucker Carlson is trying to say is we have bigger problems than the white nationalists and racism is a serious problem but it's as much or more on the left than it is on the right. It's time to left starts coming to grips with that reality because now we're seeing antifa in Ohio starting to take lives and we're seeing racism all over resorting in fights between people of different ethnicities. there needs to be a step back in the rhetoric

Jerry Totten
Jerry Totten 1 year

And he is correct.

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 1 year

There are probably as many true 'white nationalist' in American as the crowd that shows up for a Hillary Clinton book signing at Costco.

Gucci Swag B
Gucci Swag B 1 year

Sure they are a problem, but for every white supremacists there are probably 10 leftist lunatics. (Antifa, communists, etc) However they are according to mainstream media totally not an issue, no big deal. So by that standard white supremacists don't exist.

Roadhog
Roadhog 1 year

White supremacy is real alright - just stop by 4chan for a little bit and see. However there is a much larger "moral panic" about it that the woke left uses as a political tool to scare people into thinking it's a bigger problem than it really is, and to draw implausible connections to their political opponents. The attempts to smear other right wing ideologies like conservatism and libertarianism by association is the hoax. Sorry, those wanting tax cuts are not motivated by a desire to keep minorities down, as I keep hearing from socialists that capitalism is inherently racist because it produces disparate outcomes. It's a weak argument that depends on instilling fear in the ignorant.

Kramo
Kramo 1 year

What about Black Supremacy in the hood.

Larry
Larry 1 year

not so much a hoax, but not a rampant as it is in a liberals mind. Want to see "white supremacists" take a hard look at the very fascist group known as antifa.

John W
John W 1 year

meanwhile the everyday killing in Chicago goes unnoticed. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/seven-killed-53-injured-chicago-112000367.html Seven Killed, 53 Injured In Chicago Shootings Over The Weekend

F G
F G 1 year

He just said it as it is. The media keeps talking about it but its rarely seen. 1 to 1000 of Antifa attacks

IIZard
IIZard 1 year

It's the left who think white people are gods chosen power holders, I disagree with Tucker because the left wing has a white supremacy problem and a white hatred problem.

BumperCar
BumperCar 1 year

Considering people are starting to use effin numerology to prove Trump's white supremacist ties... yeah, it might make more sense.

Vasannah
Vasannah 1 year

Yeah Tucker, you tell them!

CheekyGreenConure
CheekyGreenConure 1 year

He’s right

Kyle G
Kyle G 1 year

Tucker is the best and only person I care to listen too on Fox. He is 100% correct on this as well.

John W
John W 1 year

if two guys on the USA said they were white supremacists then it would be considered a massive theat by the left. there are actually very few and of those, few are actually violent. most of the violent are just lone wolves involuntary celibates etc. Ideology is probably just there to get attention, ie be shocking be it left or right.

Rusty
Rusty 1 year

He's right

Lord Beermonster
Lord Beermonster 1 year

Anyone who believes European people exist and have a right to survive is a 'supremacist' by NPC doctrine.

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