Watch: It’s Time to Reassess ‘Evil’ American Left Says Tucker Carlson

According to Fox News host Tucker Carlson, America’s political landscape is no longer defined by right vs. left but rather by good vs. evil. Carlson offered the keynote address at the Heritage Foundation’s 50th-anniversary gala and told roughly 2,000 audience members that what they are watching unfold on the American Left is not a “political movement” but instead something “evil.” The Fox host characterized the left’s agenda as producing “violence, hate, disorder, division, disorganization, and filth” in a speech that drew thunderous applause.

“It might be time to start to reassess the terms we use to describe what we’re watching,” Carlson told the audience, referencing the policy debates of decades prior. “We write our papers, and they write their papers, and may the best papers win. I don’t think that’s what we’re watching now at all. I don’t think we’re watching a debate over how to get to the best outcome. I think that’s completely wrong.”

There is no way to assess the transgenderist movement with that mindset. Policy papers don’t cover it at all. If you have people who say, ‘I have an idea, let’s castrate the next generation. Let’s sexually mutilate the children.’

I’m sorry? That’s not a political debate. What? It has nothing to do with politics. What’s the outcome we’re desiring here? An androgynous population? Are we arguing for that? I don’t think anyone could defend that as a positive outcome.

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According to Carlson, the old methods of spirited debate and arguing over the best policy prescriptions are no longer viable strategies to save America from the left’s agenda, which he says is backed by both government and corporate interests,

“If you say you think abortion is always bad, or sometimes it is necessary. That’s a debate I’m familiar with. But if you’re telling me that abortion is a positive good, what are you saying? Well, you’re arguing for child sacrifice.”

Carlson then referenced a May 2022 statement from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, which referred to the pro-life movement as “very damaging” to the U.S. economy, and compared it to the “Aztec principle” of child sacrifice.

“I have compassion for everyone involved, but when the Treasury Secretary comes up and says you can help the economy by getting an abortion, well, that’s like an Aztec principle, actually. There’s not a society in history that didn’t practice human sacrifice. not one, I checked… It wasn’t just the Mesoamericans, it was everybody. So that’s what that is.”

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“So what’s the point of child sacrifice?” Carlson added.

“There’s no policy goal entwined with that. That’s a theological phenomenon. That’s kind of the point I’m making. none of this makes sense in conventional political terms. When people or crowds of people, or the largest crowd of people, the federal government, the largest organization in human history, decide that the goal is to destroy things, destruction for its own sake, let’s tear it down. What you’re watching is not a political movement, it is evil.”


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