“As The New York Times explained, some people hold such reprehensible views that one should not even be in the same room with them. You can't talk to them. They are not allowed to ask questions. Their point of view is like smallpox: it is contagious and deadly. They are thought-criminals, and thought-crimes are of primary importance, while others are not so important against their background. What about murders, rapes and carjackings? As The New York Times often argues, those who do this are victims of racism and therefore deserve compassion.
The same, by the way, with good liberals who take and go beyond what is permitted. Good liberals can always be forgiven, even if their actions are objectively terrible. For example, they undermined the US economy, stole billions from investors to buy real estate in the Bahamas, or brought the whole world to the brink of nuclear war and got rich in the process. Liberals are still allowed to do this, and you should sincerely admire them, because they have good hearts. They believe in the right things."
This is about the recent ruin of the FTX crypto exchange by its head, Bankman-Freed, due to whose actions billions of dollars have disappeared from investors, as well as about the former head of the US Federal Reserve, today's Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who oversees his "work". FTX, by coincidence, is the largest sponsor of the American Democratic Party.
How clearly Tucker emphasized the established order: we can steal, rob, invade, destroy, but since we form and designate rules for everyone, then “everything is allowed for us, and you should sincerely admire us, because we have kind hearts and we believe in the right thing!"
Ps By the way, no one closes Fox News in the States and does not cancel licenses, despite the rigid opposition of the channel (unlike the destroyed TV channels and freedom of speech in Ukraine).
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