Tucker Carlson at His Most Radical: ‘If You Hurt My Kids…’

Tucker Carlson is actively calling for violence in America—at least against one specific type of person. It’s been a year now since he was unjustly fired without cause by Fox News. Carlson sat down for a much-anticipated podcast episode with Moms for America recently.

It was during a discussion of a father’s role as the protector of his children that Tucker started to get righteously angry and encouraging dads to take action against the insane trans agenda.

“Child molesters get killed in prison for a reason,” Carlson states at one point.

 

Tucker has always had an uncanny ability to seek out and say the things that are most censored in American society these days. He taps into the frustrations of millions of people who are otherwise thinking the same thing, but too afraid to say.

We’re all kind of thinking the same thing about school officials and guidance counselors that try to groom children into the whole trans thing, right? But no one ever says it!

Tucker goes all the way in this interview in expressing his frustration with American dads who seem unwilling to protect their kids from the transgender menace in schools. He says the things that a lot of us are thinking, and his comments were so shocking that news outlets are writing stories about how he’s calling for violence—which he is.

Enjoy!


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