November 22, 2022

Tucker Carlson opened his program Monday night wheezing to his viewers that nobody deserves to get gunned down in America, but then proceeded to defend his constant attacks on the gay community by transitioning into his First Amendment rights.

Somebody knows what he did.

As usual, it's never the gay-bashing agitator's fault.

"Why did Anderson Lee Aldrich shoot thirty people -- the truth is we don't know," Carlson said.

Then Tucker did his usual jig against the truth.

"They must censor you, or they lose power. You are responsible for this," Carlson whined, trying to make his audience culpable for his words that result in hate against the LGBTQAI+ community.

You are responsible for this, they told you, because you said the wrong things. You are guilty of stochastic terrorism, inspiring violence by your beliefs.

Anderson Lee Aldrich committed mass murder because you complained about the sexualizing of children. Every time you object to drag time story hour for fifth graders or point out that genital mutilation is being committed on minors, which it is, every time you say that, you are putting people's lives at risk. Now that seems implausible, and yet many are making this claim.

Carlson's ranting was predictable but still sad nonetheless.

Carlson and his ilk will never stop spreading hate and misinformation about "the children" to keep their viewers enraged.

Using the young as a wedge issue to promote faux pedophilia and grooming suspicions against their political rivals is heinous.

More massacres are on the horizon, thanks to people like Tucker.

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