Tucker Carlson finally struck back against the Jews on Monday, dropping the ultimate truth bomb on his audience: Jews aggressively lobby for the same demographic policies in America that they openly declare would destroy their own country.
I had been down on Tucker recently, after his horrible election fraud coverage, then his fixation with State Department talking points on China. However, he has more or less totally redeemed himself in my eyes.
This was not a totally abrupt reversal. Tucker is known to have ups and downs over the course of weeks or months. It seems that he was at his lowest point when he announced his extra shows on Fox News’ premium service a few weeks ago. I hadn’t been watching much for a couple of weeks, but last week, he was really on the comeback trail, doing some notably incredible segments, including an interview with so-called “Governor Boy-Pussy” of Arkansas, along with great segments on gun-grabbing and Bill Gates’ plan to block out the sun.
Monday was peak Tucker. The man is back like a Viking zombie with a burning skull.
On Thursday, in what was not really a proper segment, but just off-the-cuff comments in a conversation with Mark Stein, Tucker mentioned racial replacement. As he predicted, the machine once again ramped up to have him thrown off the air.
Along with the regular attacks by Twitter and CNN, he was directly attacked by Jonathan Greenblatt, the head of the Anti-Defamation League, an Israeli lobbying group.
On Monday, while responding to the attacks, he quoted the ADL describing the kinds of policies Jews demand in America as unfit for Israel.
You should watch the whole segment, but the headshot is at 18:00.
He doesn’t mention that Greenblatt had attacked him. Instead he says:
Go to the Anti-Defamation League’s website sometime if you’d like a glimpse of what an honest conversation about the nation’s interests might look like. In a short essay posted to the site, the ADL explains that the state of Israel should not allow more Arabs to become citizens with voting rights, quote: “With historically high birth rates among the Palestinians, and a possible influx of Palestinian refugees and their descendants now living around the world, Jews would quickly become a minority within a bi-national state, thus likely ending any semblance of equal representation and protections. In this situation, the Jewish population would be increasingly politically – and potentially physically – vulnerable. It is unrealistic and unacceptable to expect the state of Israel to voluntarily subvert its own sovereign existence and nationalist identity and become a vulnerable minority within what was once its own territory.”
This is the Anti-Defamation League making the exact argument that they are claiming Tucker is pure evil for making. A lot of American conservatives didn’t know this about the Israeli lobby before this segment on Monday.
Now they do.
This new knowing is purely a result of Greenblatt’s own actions. Tucker had to defend himself from a very high profile attack by one of the most powerful lobbying groups in America.
On Sunday, after writing a personal letter to Fox News head Lachlan Murdoch, Jonathan Greenblatt had gone on CNN with Brian Stelter to demand that Tucker be thrown off the air.
He stated as fact that Carlson is an anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist, and said “Tucker has to go.”
He said that if Fox doesn’t fire Tucker, then the cable companies should shut off broadcasting of Fox News.
The fact of reality is that Tucker is actually right in his statement that this conversation doesn’t necessarily have anything inherently to do with race. “Latinos” tend to vote Democrat at overwhelming rates. If you remove Cuban-Americans (who are, as a completely unrelated matter, mostly white) from the equation, you end up in a situation where the percentage of Latinos voting Democrat is over 70%.
It is a political question: should the Democrat Party be allowed to replace the population with people who vote for them?
The racial issue exists separately from this question. From where I’m sitting, their race has something to do with the way they vote: poor brown people appreciate white people’s wealth being redistributed to them. But you could come at this from a position of total anti-racism, and you’re going to reach the same conclusion, no matter what: open borders means more support for the Democrat Party.
Greenblatt making the decision to accuse Tucker of being an anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist, and claiming that he secretly believes that Jews are behind this, was a very bold move. He is giving people a 1-to-1 choice:
- You accept the replacement of the population with Democrat voters, or
- You are anti-Semitic.
You are not allowed to say “well, what about basic math?” If you ask about the math, you are an anti-Semite, according to the leader of the most powerful Israeli lobbying group in America. This is, as Tucker laid out, despite the fact that these selfsame Jews demand the evil white supremacy anti-Semitic policy in their own country, citing the math.
The call to ban Tucker for anti-Semitism is bigger than simply another angle by which to attack him. Greenblatt is creating a situation where if Tucker is pulled from the air, it will be clear that he was pulled from the air because these hypocritical Jews wanted it.
Greenblatt may or may not believe personally that Tucker Carlson is a secret anti-Semite. I have never really claimed to understand how Jews think, but it is certainly clear that they are very paranoid, as a general matter. But whatever he believes personally, Greenblatt is betting that right-leaning people would prefer to simply allow Democrats to bury, rather than be accused of anti-Semitism.
Is this smear truly that powerful in 2021?
If I were Jonathan Greenblatt, I would not feel comfortable rolling those dice. As Andrew Anglin however, I do feel comfortable rolling those dice.
I think it’s time for Americans to choose:
- Do you want total open borders, with millions of Mexicans flooding the country and making it totally impossible for Republicans to ever win elections again?
- Or are you an anti-Semite?
You have to choose one or the other. There is no third option.
That’s not me saying that. It is the head of the ADL saying that.
Tensions between Tucker and the Jews have been slowly boiling for some time. Among other things, Jews are very uncomfortable with the fact that Tucker does not fawn over Israel in the way that Sean Hannity and other Fox News hosts typically have and do.
Last month, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz published an article by Jonathan Tobin entitled “Tucker Carlson is Now a Big Problem for pro-Israel Conservatives.”
The article explained that not only does Tucker not praise Israel, he has conversations with people like Glenn Greenwald who are openly anti-Israel. He doesn’t talk about Israel with Greenwald, but he is friendly with Greenwald, implying that he may secretly share his views on Israel.
Tobin predicted that at some point in the near future, Tucker would have to take a public position on Israel.
I don’t know if this article specifically spurred Greenblatt to pounce, but I am certain that this is a conversation that many Jews have been having for a long time.
Greenblatt may or may not have a realistic view of where most conservatives will go when they are forced to choose between their own country and Israel. Certainly, during the George W. Bush years, it was made clear that most Americans would choose Israel over America. However, this was very much tied up with a particularly vile strain of evangelical Christianity, which has been in rapid decline over the last 15 years – not least because invading Iraq did not result in the return of Christ and prevent boomers from dying, as many Jewish-backed televangelists had claimed it would.
Carlson’s statements about demographic replacement were more intelligently stated than anything Sean Hannity has ever said, but I’m quite sure that Hannity regularly makes comments about how Democrats are replacing American voters with immigrants. I don’t like Hannity much, but he definitely doesn’t support illegal immigration (he does, however, support Israel). So the outrage is totally fake. This 90 second clip of Tucker talking about “replacement” was purposefully trumped up by the Jews for the purpose of attempting to associate Tucker with Charlottesville Nazi Death March Domestic Extremist White Supremacy Terrorists™, and specifically with anti-Semitism.
If Greenblatt were successful in removing Tucker, it would be clear that after all of these attacks, it was the Jews who were finally able to get Tucker off the air. Seems like a pretty sloppy move.
Greenblatt is risking creating a lot of new anti-Semites by openly associating Tucker with anti-Semitism, but apparently he believes the situation is dire enough that it is time to play that card.
By quoting Israeli policy on immigration, Tucker is laying his cards on the table as well. He is revealing something we all knew: he has the standard right-wing view on Israel: Jews come to America and force us to have unlimited immigration, while in their own country, they have a wall and DNA-based citizenship.
It’s not clear whether this direct confrontation with the Jewish lobby will eventually result in Tucker getting pulled off the air or not. On Monday, Murdoch responded to the ADL, saying he would not fire Tucker. Fox News appears to have dug in. I don’t really understand why they’ve dug in, given that just a few months ago they were cooperating with the rest of the media in stealing the election from Donald Trump.
It also can’t be “just about the money.” If it was just about the money, Fox would hire Alex Jones to replace Sean Hannity after Tucker. But maybe they are worried that the network would simply collapse without Tucker. Tucker’s new subscription shows do certainly entrench him at the company, and maybe he felt he needed to do this to give himself more room to say what he really thinks.
And maybe he truly is down to ride or die.
It’s summer, folks.
The fun is just getting started.
As a recently deceased great American theologian once said:
Nothin’ we can’t handle, break it up and dismantle
Light it up like a candle just ’cause I can’t stand you
Put my shit on tapes like you bustin’ grapes
Think you holdin’ weight then you haven’t met the apes