Retired politician and failed presidential candidate Howard Dean picked up his torch and pitchfork to join the mob that blames Fox News, Tucker Carlson and Fox founder Rupert Murdoch for the massacre in Buffalo, New York.
He joined “The Beat with Ari Melber” on Thursday to offer his opinion in the low-rated Democratic safe space of MSNBC, where he called not only for a boycott of Fox News but for the deportation of Murdoch.
This time, however, Dean kept his voice at a reasonable mezzo-piano and refrained from clipping the mic with his signature “Dean Scream” that many believe single-handedly derailed his 2004 campaign for president.
“I see the brand of Fox being hate, anger, dishonesty and now murder,” Dean opined. “That’s the brand, that’s the brand that the Murdochs have chosen to be their flagship.”
He continued, “[Rupert Murdoch] has harmed this country more than any other human being in my lifetime, and he and his family never should have been given citizenship. The one thing I would change about our immigration policy is to send Murdoch back to Australia and keep him there with the whole family.”
Dean’s infamous yell, for posterity:
“If you cause that much trouble, you spread lies and hate and anger and tear the United States apart with your crappy TV shows, simply to make money, you do not belong, you do not deserve American citizenship,” Dean argued.
The segment naturally had to include some obligatory clips of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that were teed-up for Dean in an attempt to contrast Carlson’s commentary on the Buffalo massacre versus the Waukesha massacre, among others, complete with the non-sequitor of replacement theory.
The theory as it’s being currently floated contends that the Biden administration is intentionally trying “to change the racial mix of the country” through immigration.
“In political terms, this policy is called ‘The Great Replacement,’ the replacement of legacy Americans with more obedient people from far-away countries,” Carlson previously explained regarding illegal immigration. “They [Democrats] brag about it all the time, but if you dare to say it’s happening they will scream at you with maximum hysteria.”
In response to the Carlson montage seemingly thrown together by interns over at MSNBC, Dean had little in the way of a counter-argument except to say that Carlson is evil and nuts. A high-brow argument, to be sure.
“You know, the guy is nuts. I mean really, you are going to take this seriously in any way? But he is dangerous because he has a lot of people that believe in this nonsense. I actually think he’s crazy. But he’s malevolently crazy and he’s a danger to the United States of America, and since we can’t take him off the air, we ought to boycott Fox,” he declared, addding, “I’ve had nothing to do with Fox for many, many years. I won’t buy a product that is advertised on Fox. Unfortunately, since I never watch Fox, I don’t know what the advertising is.”
Despite nullifying his own opinion by admitting he doesn’t watch the network at all, Dean concluded with the ill-advised blanket statement, “They are the enemy of the United States of America.”
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