I was so mad at Tucker Carlson a couple of months ago that I completely stopped watching his show. I haven’t seen his new daytime programming on that Fox News app, because I refuse to give a single dime to that Arizona-calling bunch of Biden bootlickers at Fox News. But I have, slowly, started dipping my toe into his evening show again. I have to admit, he’s en fuego once again, and there’s nobody better at venomously expressing middle America’s contempt for the DC empire and its incompetence. But have you noticed… there’s one and only one topic that all of America is talking about that Tucker Carlson won’t touch with a 10,000-foot pole?
Just this week, Carlson nuked a RINO surrender-monkey from orbit. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchison, a supposed “conservative,” vetoed a bill that would have banned the chemical castration of little kids who succumb to the trans-weirdo propaganda that the left is bathing our entire society in. That’s not a partisan issue, by the way. Nearly every parent and grandparent in America realizes that it is sick and psychopathic to permanently alter the sex organs of a young child.
Except Asa Hutchison!
Fortunately, Carlson rhetorically poured gasoline on Asa Hutchison, lit him on fire, burned Hutchison’s reputation to the ground, and whizzed on the ashes. If Hutchison wasn’t already eyeballing a Walmart board position as his next job, his political career would be over. That was some jaw-dropping, glorious, and darned fine TV right there.
But it wasn’t the ONE thing that we’re all still talking about five months later – the most important thing for America, really.
I had a drywaller in my house last week for a remodel project. Other than describing the work he was doing, the only thing he wanted to talk about for seven hours straight was the mountains of fraud that we all witnessed on November 3rd. The dude talked my ear off!
I finally asked him, “Look, you see a lot of people in your line of work and you’re in their homes having one-on-one conversations like this. What percentage of people you talk to feel the same way?”
He said 100%.
In a five-month period in a blue county, he hasn’t talked to even one person – Republican or Democrat – who believes the 2020 election was a legitimate contest.
And it’s not like there is nothing happening on that front. There are now three state legislatures that have mandated audits of their election results. The New Hampshire legislature – which wasn’t even a contested state, you’ll remember – has just voted for a full audit of the Windham, NH election results.
That was the town where they did a recount and found wildly different results on the machine ballots than the first “official” result. This forensic audit is another important one, because the machines that produced such a disturbing discrepancy were used in 85% of the precincts throughout New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Senate voted 24 to 0 in favor of the audit, with all 10 state Senate Democrats agreeing that the recount results were just too wonky to be explained away.
Feel like mentioning that sometime, Tucker? (And since I know his staff is reading this, HI GUYS!)
Meanwhile, the Georgia Star News is reporting that Secretary of State Brad Raffenfloppywafflesniffler… whatever that guy’s name is… anyway, his office has failed to produce any chain-of-custody records on 355,000 ballots that were left in drop boxes. Folks, chain-of-custody is everything when it comes to handling ballots.
When an election worker picks up ballots from a drop box, they’re supposed to fill out a form, with a witness present, that they took custody of the ballots at a specific time and place. A second signed and witnessed form needs to be filled out the moment those ballots are relinquished, deposited and locked away at a county elections office.
This is the only way to ensure that the ballots don’t “wander off” for a day or two for some unknown person to steam the envelopes open and replace the real (Trump) ballots with fraudulent (Biden-only) ones. Georgia was decided by about 11,000 votes. 355,000 mystery ballots is way too many for anyone to ever have confidence in the Georgia results.
Look, Tucker: We love you, buddy. We really respect most of the work that you do – even if we disagree with you from time to time. But we’re all wondering, why won’t you talk about… you know, The Thing?