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Tucker Carlson Issues a Plea to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

If you’re aghast at Democrats using phony, emotional issues, celebrity ad spots, and other cheesy tactics to motivate low information voters, we have bad news for you — it’s nothing new. Democrats have been crying about non-issues for decades, using children to promote their causes, and leveraging the emotional power of victimhood politics to attempt to drive their goofy narrative forward.

In the 80s, they used a panel of children to cry in front of Congress hoping to convince Americans and lawmakers to do something about global cooling. That’s right. Back then they called it global cooling.

Today is no different. They are using mentally ill children to pander for action against global warming. They are using exploded myths about inequality to make you feel sorry for the imagined victims. And they have been using children as human shields to silence anyone who argues for the right to keep and bear weapons.

Where we go wrong is to always take the high road. The people who fall for these tricks don’t even know what the high road is. All they see is the drama, and all they believe is the loudest screechers.

Now, Tucker Carlson has a message for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, “Cut it out will ya?” Here’s Tucker, asking nicely.


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