Tucker Weighs In On What Could Cause Civil War In America
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson stunned liberals recently and revealed a horrifying truth about what will cause the next Civil War in the United States.
During a segment on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," he began by detailing how liberal elites use the threat of white supremacy to distract Americans from the rigged system they preside over.
Carlson argued that these elites want to create a race war in America and turn everyone against each other to create chaos.
In doing so, he argued, their goal is to swoop in and act as if they are the "saviors" who will protect everyone and save the day.
But really, Carlson said this is nothing more than the elites trying to stay in power by any means necessary.
Ever wonder why rich people seem the most hysterical on the subject? Ever notice that it’s the highest-paid people on TV who are the most determined to convince you that white supremacy is America’s biggest problem? Why is that? Simple: Every minute that you’re angry about race is a minute you’re not thinking about class, which of course is the real divide in this country. Working-class people of all colors have a lot more in common with each other than they do with some overpaid MSNBC anchor. If you were allowed to think about that for long enough, you might start to get unauthorized ideas about economics.
That would be disruptive to a very lucrative status quo. So they whip you into a frenzy of racial fear so that it never enters your mind. It’s a diversion. Everyone else hates each other. They get to keep their money. Pretty tricky. Unfortunately, it’s destroying the country. This is the path to civil war, obviously.
So we want to take a second to pass on a sincere message to official Washington, and particularly to our colleagues on the other cable news channels: Please, for the sake of the nation, calm down. Yes, America has problems. Racism is one of those problems. But so is a fading middle class, a terrifying drug epidemic, and a national debt that is growing by a trillion dollars a year.
Carlson rounded out his monologue by encouraging Americans to be more charitable with one another, saying, "Cut them a break. They deserve it. And remember: The alternative is disaster."
Carlson said: "If you were to assemble a list, a hierarchy of concerns, of problems this country faces, where would white supremacy be on the list? Right up there with Russia, probably. It's actually not a real problem in America. The combined membership of every white supremacist organization in this country, would they be able to fit inside a college football stadium?"
"This is a country where the average person is getting poorer, where the suicide rate is spiking. 'White supremacy, that’s the problem,'" Carlson continued mockingly. "This is a hoax just like the Russia hoax. It’s a conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power."