By Duncan Smith
He’s always right…
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson told viewers on Monday the reason why our garbage media is hyper-focused on President Donald Trump’s phone call to corrupt Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger — whose office leaked a transcript of the call to the Washington Post — is to distract us from the vitally important Senate run-off races taking place today in Georgia.
Because only control of our entire government rests on those races.
And even when they’re over, especially if Democrats take both seats (which they shouldn’t because Georgia is still a red state), the media will continue to avert our gaze from the party’s Marxist tendencies.
Here’s the relevant part of Carlson’s monologue:
Well, as it happened, this week, last year, the biggest story in the world was getting almost no attention in our country: a terrifying new form of the coronavirus was spreading through Central China. And from the very first moments of the outbreak, we'll have more detail on this in just a minute, it was clear to many scientists that that virus may have been engineered by the Chinese government and escaped from a lab in Wuhan.
Now, if that happened, it would be hugely significant and have tremendous implications for all of us. Yet, for a variety of reasons, the people in charge of this country didn't want to talk about it. They preferred to change the subject.
So instead, they told us that the biggest thing on Earth happening on January 4, 2020 was the impeachment of Donald Trump, and nothing was more important than removing him from office, by force if necessary.
Trump's world-historic crime you may remember was a 30-minute long phone call he'd had with a foreign leader. In that call, Trump suggested there might be something corrupt about Joe Biden's son making 40 grand a month from a Ukrainian energy company despite having no relevant work history in either Ukraine or the energy business.
And for saying that, they told us, Trump needed to be taken from the White House.
Well, a year later, and this is the interesting part. They're saying pretty much the same thing. They're telling us that Donald Trump must be impeached over a phone call that was tape-recorded.
The call they're mad about this time took place over the weekend. The President spoke by telephone to the Secretary of State of Georgia for about an hour. They talked about vote counting in Georgia.
The President, as you may have heard, believes the election was stolen from him. Georgia's Secretary of State whose job it is to oversee elections disagrees. You can listen to the call yourself. It's online and you can make up your own mind about who is right on that question.
By the way, if you have time, you ought to do that. It's interesting.
But no matter what you conclude about vote counting in Georgia, we're willing to bet that you won't decide Donald Trump's latest phone call is the single most important thing happening in the world right now. Probably not even close.
And yet CNN is claiming that it is. Why are they doing that? Well, that's a good question and worth pondering. Maybe they're trying to divert your attention again. But divert it from what? Well, here's one guess.
Tomorrow, as we told you, there are two U.S. Senate elections in Georgia, and the outcome of those races will determine who controls the entire U.S. government.
If Democrats win both races, and at this point that is entirely possible; according to the polls, it's likely — if that happens, the Democratic Party will run everything — everything in Washington from top to bottom, and they will be able to do whatever they want.
It's hard to remember the last time that more power was at stake in a single day, and if you thought about that long enough, you might decide to get involved. The Democratic Party and its marionettes, the news media would rather you didn't get involved. And so they're encouraging you to think about Trump's phone call instead.
Do you notice a theme here? Manipulation maybe. Ignore the details. Don't ask questions. Here's the latest outrage. Take the bait. Get mad about it – – Trump's phone call in this case — and move on.
Write a grouchy Instagram post if you want. But whatever you do, do not think for yourself because once you start doing that, you might not stop. And at some point, you might start asking bigger, more disruptive questions. Questions like how exactly did this guy win more votes than any other presidential candidate in the history of the United States? Seriously, this guy?
Carlson nailed it, as usual.
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