Tucker Carlson: Censorship Class Will Use Political Terrorism In New Zealand To Push Agenda

Tucker Carlson: Censorship Class Will Use Political Terrorism In New Zealand To Push Agenda

Gun Rights

TUCKER CARLSON, HOST: Less than twenty-four hours ago, a horrifying mass shooting took place in Christchurch, New Zealand. A gunman stormed into two separate mosques and murdered at least 49 people. The killer’s name is apparently Brendan Tarrant. In a dreadful modern twist, Tarrant livestreamed his attacks on Facebook. Three other people have been arrested as well, though it’s still unclear if they were connected to the attack. This attack is awful, and not just because nearly 50 people were murdered. The killer appears to have been motivated by ideology. All violence is bad, but political violence is the worst, because it’s the most divisive. Over time, it tears countries apart. Tarrant left behind a 74-page manifesto, in which he explains his motives in detail. Apparently nobody in the American news media has read it. All day, you’ve heard leftwing commentators and politicians working hard to tie Tarrant to conservatives in the United States. That’s absurd. Tarrant was no conservative. As he wrote in his manifesto, quote: “Conservatism is corporatism in disguise. I want no part of it….The nation with the closest political and social values to my own is the People’s Republic of China.” That’s not a sentiment you hear from many conservatives. Tarrant’s views aren’t derived from American politics. The murders he committed have nothing to do with anyone in the United States. But that doesn’t mean his rampage won’t be used to change this country. It has happened before. Political terrorism always makes countries less free. […]

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