Tucker Carlson is number one for a reason.
Carlson never backs down.
But Tucker Carlson apologized for one surprising thing.
As Black Eye Politics reports:
Tucker Carlson is one of the few voices in the mainstream media that calls out the genocidal evil of Communist China.
Most companies depend on access to the Chinese market and look the other way on the Communist Chinese’s expansionist push for world domination.
Carlson called out The New York Times for publishing an essay by fashion designer Heather Kaye who lived in China for 16 years and heaped praise on Communist China.
“She misses the communist party of China co-parenting her children,” Carlson exclaimed. “She misses their ‘firm hand’ and we’re quoting. We’re not making this up.”
Carlson then quoted from Kaye’s essay where Kaye approvingly noted that the Chinese Communist Party — and not parents — controlled children’s lives.
“We sometimes felt as if our children were on loan to us for evenings and weekends, to be delivered back to school each weekday,” Kaye wrote.
“Now, again, she’s not writing a new version of “Darkness at Noon,” she’s complementing the government of China,” Carlson added.
Carlson then quoted Kaye praising the Communist Chinese for spying on every aspect of their citizens’ lives because living under Big Brother’s surveillance state provided “freedom.”
“Ironically, the tight control of the Communist Party surveillance state results in its own kind of freedom: With crime and personal safety concerns virtually eliminated, our daughters were riding the subway unsupervised in a city of around 26 million people from the age of 11,” Kaye added.
That was too much for Carlson who slammed Kaye slobbering all over communist dictators as un-American.
“That is un-American,” Carlson continued. “That person is sick, and if you don’t recognize how sick that person is, if you long for a fascist government to call your little girls fat, you’re a sick person, ok? The fact that the New York Times would run that and expect all of its readers to applaud – ‘Oh if only the government would tell my kids they’re fat, this would be a better country.’”
When Carlson welcomed guest Ned Ryun he apologized to viewers for using over-the-top — but true — rhetoric to describe Kaye’s “un-American” op-ed.
“I lost control and I want to apologize for that, but it’s true,” Carlson declared. “For the New York Times to run a piece from some totally–I don’t want to keep attacking her, some mom who wants the Communist Party to tell children they’re too fat, fat-shame her little girls and she gets off on it, and the New York Times readers applaud this like that’s normal. That is not normal. That’s not American. That’s demented.”
Apologizing for murderous communist regimes is nothing new for the Times.
In the 1930s Times reporter Walter Duranty won a Pulitzer Prize in 1932 for an article about Joseph Stalin’s evil plans for Ukraine.
“Russia today cannot be judged by Western standards or interpreted in Western terms,” Duranty’s article began.
Duranty also praised Stalin’s “collectivism” which led to the starvation and deaths of millions of Ukrainians in the name of Soviet communism.
The Times is now going back to the days of Walter Duranty by publishing essays full of Communist Chinese propaganda designed to brainwash Americans into thinking China’s communist dictatorship provides better outcomes than capitalism and freedom.