Tucker Carlson issued a cautionary statement regarding the imminent occurrence of “abrupt change” that is being seen by a significant number of Americans, hence creating a sense of impending crisis or the “end times” inside the nation.
During his address at The Daily Caller News Foundation Gala, Tucker made the following statement:
“If something really dramatic in your country happens — like young people can’t, I don’t know, get married, you know, or buy houses or have any hope for a future that approaches, you know, the middle class upbringing they had — then you’ve got a huge problem and someone should be responding to that,” Carlson advised.
“And if your economy is like on the brink of collapse, you know, if your country is literally bankrupt, I hope someone would say that.”
“When every person, 350 million Americans, everyone regardless of political affiliation can feel that something bad’s coming, Carlson further asserted.
Tucker went on:
“I mean, if you’ve been to church once in the last year, have you thought about the end times recently?” Tucker inquired.
“Yes, you have … because you can feel that abrupt change is coming and that’s very disconcerting.”
Tucker observed that there is a growing perception that the American government has a lack of concern for its citizenry.
You can say you care about America, but if you’re sending $100 billion to foreign countries right now, you’re lying. pic.twitter.com/jFmBlAW3qG
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) October 25, 2023
“Let’s start with pretending you care. But you know what doesn’t work? Saying we’re going to spend $100 billion in other countries,” he opined.
“I don’t care how virtuous the case those countries make is, and I don’t care how much I personally may agree or disagree with what those countries are doing — that is immaterial.”
“The job, the moral duty of the people running a country, is to look out for the people in that country, period.”
Simultaneously, Carlson asserted that “At the very same moment that American society is more fractured — our social fabric is in tatters and we’ve let in millions upon millions of people who have no affinity for the United States, who are merely here for the economic benefits.”
“Which by the way is not all bad — and I think a lot of them are good people, I’m not attacking them.”
“I’m merely saying their addition does not make us a more cohesive country, it makes it a far less cohesive country,” Carlson concluded.
Earlier this month, Carlson warned about the 2024 presidential election.
During a speech delivered at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute event in Wilmington, Delaware, Tucker highlighted the current predicament of the establishment, emphasizing its vulnerable position and the potential for unforeseen outcomes.
Despite the ongoing political criticisms and legal charges directed on former President Trump, Carlson observed that current President Biden is seeing a decline in popularity as seen in the polls.
“They’ve done everything they can by legal means — which are in fact extra-legal means if we’re being totally honest, completely Third World stuff — to take the opponent out of the race, and they’re still losing,” he said.
“This is not going to be a race between Joe Biden and Donald Trump,” Carlson said.
Tucker on 2024: “This is not going to be a race between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. This will be forced. These issues will be forced. Soon. It’s about to get very serious. Everything is at stake. What wouldn’t they do? What haven’t they done? How will you prepare yourself?” pic.twitter.com/4zL7AKSoIh
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) September 29, 2023
“By the way, if it’s [California Gov.] Gavin Newsom, we all should be very, very concerned,” Tucker added in a sidenote. That man truly is frightening.
“These issues will be forced soon, the road from here to November of 2024 is going to be filled with developments nobody in this room could foresee, I can promise you that,” Tucker said in warning about the election.
“So it’s about to get very serious. Everything is at stake,” he added.
Tucker also made reference to the “spiritual struggle” manifested in the Democratic Party’s progressive positions on abortion and gender-affirming procedures for underage individuals.
In a previous instance, Hugh Hewitt, a radio talk show host and former member of the Reagan administration, made a forecast that Biden would withdraw from the presidential race before the primary election season. Hewitt drew a comparison to the events of 1968, when then-President Lyndon Johnson declared his decision to not seek reelection following a narrow victory in the initial Democratic primary contest.
According to Hewitt, in the state of New Hampshire, the individual in question was successful in surpassing Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota. However, their victory was not resolute enough, leading President Lyndon B. Johnson to withdraw from the race.
Johnson emerged as the victor of the Democratic primary in the Granite State, securing a six percentage point lead with a final tally of 48-42. This outcome reflects a subpar performance by the current president, who failed to garner significant support in the contest.
Democratic Senator Robert F. Kennedy entered the campaign just four days thereafter.
There appears to be a recurrence of historical patterns, since Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the son of Kennedy, is currently engaged in a political campaign against the sitting president, Joe Biden.
On March 31, 1968, an announcement was made by Johnson.
“I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the nomination of my party for another term as your president.”
Hewitt postulates that President Biden is likely to undertake a comparable action akin to that of President Johnson.
“I think you’ll see an exit in the course of the primaries,” he said.
The potential reason for Biden’s departure from office may be attributed to the increasing controversy surrounding his family, as additional information emerges on their questionable international business transactions associated with Hunter Biden.
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