Although Tucker Carlson has pushed The Great Replacement (Conspiracy) Theory on his show numerous times, he tried very, very hard to distance himself and the sewer, Fox ‘News,‘ from the white supremacist who allegedly took the lives of 10 Black people in Buffalo over the weekend
On his Monday night show, Tuckims argued that 18-year-old Payton Gendron was ‘crazy;’ his actions were not politically motivated, and the Democratic Party was using him to disparage conservatives and to suspend the First Amendment.
Wait—I thought the Democratic Party wanted to suspend the Second Amendment and take away all your guns; I’m now confused.
According to Tuckims: via The Daily Beast:
Payton Gendron, who was taking into custody after the shooting, “was the heir to Donald Trump, they told us. And for that reason, it follows logically, we must suspend the First Amendment. That’s hardly an exaggeration of what they are saying,” Carlson said, exaggerating as usual.
“What is hate speech? Speech that our leaders hate,” Carlson said earnestly after playing a clip of commentators pointing out the limits of First Amendment rights. “Because one mentally ill teenager murdered strangers, you cannot be allowed to express your political views out loud. That is what they are telling you. That is what they wanted to tell you for a long time, but Saturday’s massacre gives the pretext and justification.”
Shockingly, Tuckims called the alleged shooter a racist but then insinuated Americans should stop talking about race. He then went on a rant about Rwanda, identity politics that his minions love to parrot to make them sound ‘smerrrrt,’ quoted Dr. King, and finally wrapped it up by speculating that President Biden will talk about race and racism when he delivers his speech in Buffalo on Tuesday.
“Race politics always makes us hate each other, and always in a very predictable way,” he said. “How could you be surprised when [identity politics] leads to white identity politics? You could not be surprised. You did it and it was always going to happen. And then what happens next? Nothing good. Race politics is a sin. Race politics always leads to violence and death.”
Since the shooting, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has called out Tuckims for promoting The Great Replacement (Conspiracy) Theory and ginning up the hate and racism from his hate filled, racist viewers.