Fox News host Tucker Carlson weighed in on Wednesday about the Republicans’ big election wins the day before, calling the election an “inflection point” that showed the American people were sick of Democrats and their left-wing policies.
“There is a limit to which you can push the American population before they gently and politely push back through democratic means, and that’s exactly what we just saw,” Carlson said. “It is now impossible to deny that this country is in the middle of some kind of political realignment and the people who run our country did not see it coming.”
“The party that is calling for firing truck drivers is suddenly losing elections to truck drivers,” Carlson said, referring to a truck driver who only spent $150.00 on his campaign but appeared to be beating the state Senate president.
Carlson pointed out that voters just aren’t buying the overused rhetoric that Republicans are racist because they want border security, and he cited as evidence the fact that Hispanic voters preferred Republican Glenn Youngkin for Virginia governor by a 9-point margin.
“It turns out, normal people don’t believe that and they’re sick of hearing it,” he said.
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