Tucker's Clown Show
In promoting his "Rage Against the War Machine" rally, Tucker said it would feature "normal, decent, clear-thinking people." I beg to differ.
Did you watch it?
Russian and Communist flags. A lot of profanity.
A clown show.
On a serious note, Scott Ritter was invited and then pulled out. Here's what the Libertarian Party said:
Scott Ritter is not a Libertarian, and we would prefer that he stay home from the rally as he originally proposed when event coordinators first confronted him about his criminal history. Libertarians hold as sacrosanct the rights of children to be free from abuse; his criminal convictions are despicable and contradict our values. In addition to his crimes, over the weekend he declared that he is not anti-war which directly contradicts the purpose of the rally. We think this event would be more successful without his involvement, and your support for true anti-war activists will ensure their message is elevated to ring loudest and clearest in Washington.
Ritter seems to support the Russian war machine. His sex offences were unlawful contact with a minor, corruption of minors, and indecent exposure.
Tucker's guest Tara Reade said, "It would be my honor to stand with [Scott Ritter] Scott is a heroic anti war voice. I look forward to being there with all the speakers."
Just stop funding Ukraine and the war will end, Tucker told us. Yes, on Moscow's terms.
His associate, Fox News contributor two-faced Tulsi Gabbard, spoke to the crowd.
As I noted in a column, "On March 19, 2020, then-Rep. Tulsi Gabbard dropped out of the presidential race and endorsed Joe Biden for president. Now she is a paid contributor on Fox News lecturing the public about 'integrity' in politics."
What a disgrace for Fox News.
If Tucker thought it was going to be so great, why didn't he show up to speak?
Fox News has become Russia Today television.
How can any responsible conservative ever go on Tucker's show again? He has become a laughing stock.
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