It’s the question every American should be asking heading into November, but Tucker Carlson said it out loud.
It wasn’t polite. It wasn’t politically correct. But it’s an answer every voter should know before casting a ballot on Election Day:
How can Americans trust liberals to lead the country when they’ve spent the past months proving how much they loathe it?
In his monologue Monday night, the Fox News host, who has had his own share of run-ins with the violent left, used liberals’ own words and actions to back up his point, and contrasted them with President Donald Trump’s speech Friday at Mount Rushmore to drive it home.
Besides delivering a paean to the greatness of American history and the figures who created it — white and black, male and female — Trump slammed the Black Lives Matter riots that have taken place across the country. The anarchy under the guise of what the mainstream media blithely refer to as “mostly peaceful protests” has the ostensible aim of targeting alleged “systemic racism” — but the real target is the United States as a whole.
“Make no mistake, this left-wing cultural revolution is designed to overthrow the American Revolution,” the president said.
“In so doing, they would destroy the very civilization that rescued billions from poverty, disease, violence and hunger, and that lifted humanity to new heights of achievement, discovery and progress.