Tucker Carlson’s latest truth bomb has Democrats scurrying for a place to hide

There is a reason Democrats have worked so hard for so long to control the institutional trifecta of Big Media, Big Tech and Big Education. 

And there is a reason they fight so hard against anything that threatens their control. 

And Democrats are still in shock and awe that Tucker Carlson pinned the tail on the donkey live on air. 

Forcing a narrative 

There’s a reason Tucker Carlson Tonight is the top-rated show in all of cable news. 

Fox News host Tucker Carlson is able to cut through the weeds surrounding an issue and get right to the heart of it. 

According to Tucker, what’s at the heart of the Paul Pelosi attack story – and Big Media’s insistence – to make it somehow about MAGA Republicans being a threat to Democracy – is quite simple. 

Tucker believes Democrats can’t win without censorship – and what’s more, they know it. 

The media is trying to make the attack on Paul Pelosi related to January 6 of all things. 

To them, this is just the latest example of how those darn Trump voters are threats to democracy. 

And if they’re able to successfully make that case – they can push for more censorship on the grounds of “misinformation” being a threat to the democratic way of life. 

Carlson played example after example on his show.

“As CNN commentator David Axelrod put it, ‘Far-right conspiracy theories are to blame here,’” Carlson said. “And of course, Jen Rubin at The Washington Post accused right-wing Republicans of ‘inciting violence’ against the Pelosi family using this illegal alien, homeless guy on drugs. ‘The far-right demonized Pelosi and that led to the attack,’ read a banner on MSNBC. So, keep in mind, as you shake your head in bewilderment at all of this, that the Midterm Elections are next Tuesday and Democrats are in trouble, and they believe the attack on Paul Pelosi might help them.”

Sound like a MAGA Republican?

But let’s take a look at what we actually know about the attack. 

Around two o’clock in the morning, police responded to a 911 call at the home of Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi in Pacific Heights, San Francisco.

The Speaker was not at home at the time.  

However, 82-year-old Paul Pelosi and a 42-year-old man were both in the home – with some reports indicating they were in their underwear. 

Right in front of police, the attacker smashed Pelosi in the head twice with a hammer. 

Mr. Pelosi was rushed to the hospital with head injuries and is reportedly well on the road to recovery. 

The attacker was arrested and charged in Federal Court with assault and attempted kidnapping.

The motivation is still unknown. 

The attacker belonged to both the Green Party and a nudist colony. 

He also lives in a Hippy commune in Berkley and may be in the United States illegally.  

So as to say, he doesn’t exactly hit the stereotype of a “MAGA Republican.” 

Is this just another example of how Trump voters are a clear and present threat to democracy? 

Not in Tucker’s eyes. 

“The media are portraying the suspect in the attack on Nancy Pelosi’s husband as a man fundamentally driven by right-wing ideology,” Carlson said. “But it’s obvious to anyone who looks that what drove David DePape to violence was drug-induced paranoid psychosis.”

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