Posted On: Saturday - March 13th 2021 10:28AM MST
In Topics:   TV, aka Gov't Media  Pundits  Race/Genetics  Anarcho-tyranny
What would we do without at least this guy?! I mean that even for us non-TV-watchers. Watching his clips on youtube makes me think that not quite 100% of the Lyin' Press is the enemy of the American people.
VDare's Allan Wall steered me, here to the Fox News website, where one can either watch the 16 minute segment from Mr. Carlson or read the transcript regarding Everything the media didn't tell you about the death of George Floyd. Now, Peak Stupidity readers have probably all read just as much as Tucker has learned, from VDare, iSteve, and even got details from pre-pulled youtube videos. The rest of the country is not necessarily so informed, and Tucker can help a lot.
I am not going to follow this whole trial, seeing this for the infotainment that it really is. We'll probably have a few posts on it now and then, but for right now, besides the Tucker segment, John Derbyshire already has a piece of his Radio Derb podcast up on the Unz Review called The Chauvin Case—David vs. Goliath in Minneapolis…and In America. Besides his opinion, Mr. Derbyshire steers the reader to a couple of sites written by lawyers in which this case can be followed, Andrew Branca on Legal Insurrection and Scott Johnson on the PowerLine blog.*
Haha, lawyers and rule of law - are they still a thing? Everyone knows that everyone involved in the trial has the shadow of more rioting around the country hanging over him. I don't care what riots occur in Minneapolis or elsewhere, the guy Chauvin deserves justice. I don't have my hopes up. The O.J. thing was almost 30 years ago. Racial relations are sure not any better now.
What comes to mind first when watching this shocking truthfulness from Tucker is controlled opposition. No, wait. That's not my thoughts - it's just that every damn time I read about someone heard telling truth like this, the first words out of bloggers and commenters typing fingers are "Controlled Opposition!!" What the hell? Sure, a guy like Tucker doesn't go too far. Right now, if he did, he'd be off the air, and we couldn't hear ANY truth from him (at least the TV watchers couldn't).
Is the controlled opposition, more than just the useful idiots that are going to write or spout the stupidity that is all they know and those who know the constraints put on them, even real? I'm starting to think that the only people who ever accuse others of being controlled opposition ARE the controlled opposition. Then, remember, Peak Stupidity chalks up more things to stupidity than pure evil. We may be wrong.
I wanted to paste in an excerpt, but it's hard to use just one part. I ask the reader to read the whole thing, or watch. Reading takes about 20% of the time, at most, but it can be nice to listen to a sane voice too.
Since that Fox News segment, I've read of another great Tucker Carlson moment on iSteve yesterday, in Pentagon: Press Secretary Smites Fox Host. That's a subject for another post sometime, though the reader may want to read the quick one here, Warrior Outreach.
* I'm not linking, because, though I think I liked the former, I'm not sure about the latter blog. Anyway, Derb's got plenty of links, which is VDare is VERY big on.