The subject of election fraud has been fraught with more breathtaking hypocrisy on the left than any other subject, which is saying something. They act as though there is no such thing when they get the outcome they want. What a perfect election, they say. Most secure election in history. But when they lose, well, everybody knows there was voter suppression. And anyone can see that Putin’s fingerprints were all over the result.
So, they like to ask Republicans if they will commit to accepting the election result, but they don’t ask that of Democrats. And when someone on the right, like Tucker Carlson, hints at election fraud, they call him a tinfoil-hat-wearing conspiracy theorist. (“Conspiracy theorist” is quickly becoming the new “racist” at the top of the Left’s lexicon of disqualifications for Republicans.)
Such is the case after Carlson’s Wednesday broadcast, where he suggested that Democrats would tell us that “John Fetterman got 81 million votes in Pennsylvania and threaten to put you in jail if you don’t believe it. Why wouldn’t they? It worked with Joe Biden.”
(Video: Fox News)
On November 3, 2020, the electorate went to bed with Trump ahead by 700,000 votes. But then overnight “counting”, particularly in Philadelphia, the home of election fraud, produced an astounding comeback for Biden. As everyone tried to digest the improbable result, the insufferably smug mayor of Philadelphia, Jim Kenney, said it was time for Trump to “put his big boy pants on” and concede.
The New York Times, of course, rushed out to claim there was no evidence of fraud in Philly.
Clearly, Carlson holds a grudge in the matter. He seems to think that the Philadelphia machine can be counted on again to put the Democrat in office, no matter how skewed the votes are in favor of Mehmet Oz.
In an echo of Rush Limbaugh’s closing argument, Tucker Carlson said that Democrats are done trying to actually win your votes:
“Fetterman’s candidacy, like Joe Biden’s candidacy two years ago, tells us something pretty dark about the Democratic Party. What it tells us is the Democratic Party has such contempt for voters and for democracy itself and so much confidence in its ownership of the media and of Big Tech that it no longer has to try to win your votes,” said the conservative host.
And he was just getting started. The same machine that champions an obviously impaired candidate in Pennsylvania is running other frauds, like Raphael Warnock.
“Democrats can run Raphael Warnock, an aggressively anti-Christian, fake Christian pastor, whose wife detailed abuse allegations against him on camera, and that’s okay. Still good enough for a Senate seat in Georgia, because the machine keeps working.”
Carlson also alluded to the growing impairment of Democrats. Dianne Feinstein, incredibly, is still in office despite her very clear lack of mental fitness. She’s the kind of person you run across in the memory wing of an assisted living facility.
“At this point, everyone in Washington knows Dianne Feinstein isn’t representing anyone,” said Carlson. “She’s no longer capable of recognizing old friends.” Her own former staffers – her friends – said that she was “too senile to serve in the Senate.”
He pointed also to the obvious mental impairment of Joe Biden. One could allude to the clear cognitive challenges of the naturally dim Kamala Harris. Or how Democrats defended the obviously impaired Illinois Senator Mark Kirk after his stroke because he was voting the way they told him to and giving Republicans a bad name in the process.
Carlson also wanted to talk about Dr. Clifford Chen, a Fetterman campaign donor who claimed in October, after examining the Democrat candidate, that his condition warranted “no work restrictions.” He further wrote that Fetterman was “recovering well from his stroke and his health has continued to improve.” He “can work full duty in public office,” said the good doctor.
After the debate, Carlson wondered about that. “Why is Clifford Chen still practicing medicine?” he asked.
“If you’re a physician, are you allowed to lie for partisan reasons? Don’t we have enough of that in this country? Should doctors be allowed to do that? He clearly was lying.”
All of this was processed by the adroit primetime host, and out came the conclusion.
“It’s not about the person. It’s about the party,” he concluded. “It’s not about the individual. It’s about the group. And to prove it, they can even run mentally defective candidates who can barely speak and not only expect them to (air quotes) ‘win’, but expect you to accept the outcome no matter how transparently absurd it is.”
Carlson played some clips of Fetterman during the monologue. If you were to transcribe those clips, you would be doubly confounded trying to make sense of them. Almost everything Fetterman said during the debate was of that kind.
“The guy looks exactly like Billy Bobby Thornton in the movie ‘Slingblade’,” said Carlson. “He couldn’t even read the canned lines his staff was writing for him. You do wonder about his wife, as you do about Joe Biden’s wife. It seems cruel to do this to a man, even for political power. But again, it’s the media who cover John Fetterman who should be the most ashamed. They’ve known the truth for months.”
Carlson must have spoken for the majority of his viewers when he summarized, “If there was a candidate whose views I liked who had a performance like Fetterman’s performance, I hope I’d be honest enough to say I agree with the guy, but he’s unqualified.”
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