Did you notice the way that the far left snapped back into protest mode tonight, as if they were just waiting for this moment?
Tucker Carlson did.
During his opening monologue tonight, Carlson acknowledged that the Tyre Nichols video was awful, but he also pointed out that the far left’s reaction, and Antifa specifically, is in many ways just a propaganda campaign that magically gets trotted out whenever they’re needed.
Carlson suggests there is nothing organic about it.
Here’s a partial transcript, via FOX News:
That propaganda campaign, like all propaganda campaigns, is by definition dishonest, but it’s more than that. It’s worse than that. This is yet another attempt by our leaders of our country to inflame racial hatred in the United States. Why would anyone ever do that? The consequences of doing that ripple through the generations.
They don’t go away quickly, but they’re doing it anyway. Why? We can’t say for certain, but we can’t help but notice that the last time we had race riots in this country, a president, an incumbent president, lost reelection. There was a point.
So, Joe Biden, if he weren’t senile, might be concerned by this, but whatever the intent of lying about what you just saw might be, we know that it’s evil and we are beginning to suspect that the violence expected in Memphis tonight is not organic.
It’s not just outraged people taking to the streets. Why are we guessing that? Because similar violence is also expected tonight in cities across the country.
As we speak, Antifa is coordinating riots on both coasts and in between. That would include Seattle and Portland, Oregon, and Los Angeles, California, as well as Atlanta, Georgia, New York City, suburban Washington, D.C., etc., etc.. Barricades are going up right now in Times Square.
The NYPD is worried about attacks on police and potentially public transportation. “Our rage is stronger than their power,” declared the Antifa chapter in Frederick, Maryland.
Tucker’s point is well made. We have all seen this movie before and we know how it ends.
The left gave their game away a few years ago.