The war is here.
On his latest Fox News show, Tucker Carlson explained how Democrats, instead of celebrating their latest victories, are viciously crushing dissent. And he correctly warned that America should be on high alert.
Carlson didn’t hold back Friday, saying:
Joe Biden got the White House, his party took the Congress, you’d think they’d be thrilled. That’s what they wanted. You think they’d be celebrating? But no. Instead they started a purge.
Within hours, Democrats began crushing even the mildest dissent. They shut down an entire social media company called Parler, not because Parler had done anything wrong, but simply because they couldn’t control it. They couldn’t take the chance that somebody on Parler might criticize them, so they eliminated it.
The Fox host then accused Dems of declaring “war on their rival political party.”
“Not, by the way, a metaphorical war, but an actual one: soldiers and paramilitary law enforcement and the world’s most powerful intelligence agencies. They denounced Republicans even the fairly moderate establishment figures who pose really no conceivable threat to anyone,” Carlson said of Democrats, according to Breitbart. He went on:
They denounce [Republicans] as dangerous terrorists, they linked them to ISIS and al-Qaida, and anyone who complained about this or fought back in any way, was threatened with expulsion from Congress.
In other words, it doesn’t matter what voters decided in November; in the name of democracy, you can no longer serve in the Congress. That’s what they said. Nor are dissidents permitted in the Federal bureaucracy. No one who disagrees with our beliefs, Democrats have announced can work in the U.S. government.
It’s a long quote, but Carlson’s words are important here. Democrats are turning their political agenda into a mission of oppression. The party formerly proud of their tolerance is virtue-signaling by eliminating all those who disagree.
It is not fascism; it is worse. And it’s worse because the Democrats are waging their war in the name of truth and freedom, but it is neither.
We must wake up before the hour is too late.