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The real reason mobs across the country are tearing down American monuments
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Johnny
2020-06-23 15:33:21 UTC
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By Tucker Carlson
Published 1 hour ago

On Monday, a mob attempted to knock down a statue of Andrew Jackson.
They spray-painted the base, trying to knock the statue down. In large
letters, you can see it says "killer" at the bottom. Amazing.

This is happening all over the country as you know and there's a reason
for it. Over the weekend, most recently -- doubtless, you've heard of
this -- city officials announced their plan to remove the statue of
Teddy Roosevelt from outside New York's Museum of Natural History. The
bronze statue has stood there in the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda facing
Central Park since before the Second World War. Soon it will be gone.

People who erected that statue 80 years ago would be confused by this,
no doubt. They did not consider Teddy Roosevelt a controversial figure.
In fact, Roosevelt was the most popular president in American history.
He was also the most American president. No other country could have
produced Teddy Roosevelt.

Roosevelt's virtues mirrored the values of America. He was physically
brave. He was profoundly literate, highly self-disciplined and
amazingly energetic. While still a college student, Roosevelt wrote a
two-volume history of the War of 1812 that is still in print today. You
can buy it on Amazon.

He was the youngest president in our history. He saved our economy from
corporate monopolies. And by doing that, he made the American middle
class possible. He created the national parks. He created the Panama
Canal, the Food and Drug Administration, and then he kept going.

The list of Teddy Roosevelt's achievements fills entire shelves of
biographies. Those are in addition to the more than 40 books he wrote
himself on topics ranging from Oliver Cromwell to cattle ranching to
social justice.

Personally, Roosevelt was a famously decent man. In 1901, he invited
his friend Booker T. Washington to dinner. No African-American had ever
eaten in the White House. Democrats roared with rage at the idea. For
the crime of having a meal with a black man, they attacked Teddy
Roosevelt and his wife for the rest of their lives. But Roosevelt never
bowed. He gave the finger to the mob, and he continued cheerfully on.

Teddy Roosevelt was a hero to millions of Americans. He still is.
That's precisely why they are tearing down his statue. They know that
if they can force you to watch as they topple your heroes, they have
won. There's nothing they can't do next.

Cut!

We need help, and we need it right now. These are not protests. This is
a totalitarian political movement, and someone needs to save the
country from it.

Very long article.
Continued:

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me
2020-06-23 16:57:54 UTC
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Yes, now they destroy statues. Once they destroy people (probably beginning with cops, politicos, community leaders) decisions will need to be made.
http://www.endit.info/Consent.shtml
El Castor
2020-06-23 20:06:49 UTC
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Post by Johnny
By Tucker Carlson
Published 1 hour ago
On Monday, a mob attempted to knock down a statue of Andrew Jackson.
They spray-painted the base, trying to knock the statue down. In large
letters, you can see it says "killer" at the bottom. Amazing.
This is happening all over the country as you know and there's a reason
for it. Over the weekend, most recently -- doubtless, you've heard of
this -- city officials announced their plan to remove the statue of
Teddy Roosevelt from outside New York's Museum of Natural History. The
bronze statue has stood there in the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda facing
Central Park since before the Second World War. Soon it will be gone.
People who erected that statue 80 years ago would be confused by this,
no doubt. They did not consider Teddy Roosevelt a controversial figure.
In fact, Roosevelt was the most popular president in American history.
He was also the most American president. No other country could have
produced Teddy Roosevelt.
Roosevelt's virtues mirrored the values of America. He was physically
brave. He was profoundly literate, highly self-disciplined and
amazingly energetic. While still a college student, Roosevelt wrote a
two-volume history of the War of 1812 that is still in print today. You
can buy it on Amazon.
He was the youngest president in our history. He saved our economy from
corporate monopolies. And by doing that, he made the American middle
class possible. He created the national parks. He created the Panama
Canal, the Food and Drug Administration, and then he kept going.
The list of Teddy Roosevelt's achievements fills entire shelves of
himself on topics ranging from Oliver Cromwell to cattle ranching to
social justice.
Personally, Roosevelt was a famously decent man. In 1901, he invited
his friend Booker T. Washington to dinner. No African-American had ever
eaten in the White House. Democrats roared with rage at the idea. For
the crime of having a meal with a black man, they attacked Teddy
Roosevelt and his wife for the rest of their lives. But Roosevelt never
bowed. He gave the finger to the mob, and he continued cheerfully on.
Teddy Roosevelt was a hero to millions of Americans. He still is.
That's precisely why they are tearing down his statue. They know that
if they can force you to watch as they topple your heroes, they have
won. There's nothing they can't do next.
Cut!
We need help, and we need it right now. These are not protests. This is
a totalitarian political movement, and someone needs to save the
country from it.
Very long article.
https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-carlson-the-real-reason-mobs-across-the-country-are-tearing-down-american-monuments
I doubt we are seeing a vast conspiracy. Look at the age of most of
the participants in the Seattle fiasco. These are ignoramous
millenials attempting to reconstruct the world to conform to some
socialist anarchist fantasy. Unfortunately, they and their
co-religionists living in mommy's and daddy's basements across the
country are mostly old enough to vote. The battery in my crystal ball
seems to be dead, but prepare for a bumpy ride.
Johnny
2020-06-23 20:25:17 UTC
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On Tue, 23 Jun 2020 13:06:49 -0700
Post by El Castor
Post by Johnny
By Tucker Carlson
Published 1 hour ago
On Monday, a mob attempted to knock down a statue of Andrew Jackson.
They spray-painted the base, trying to knock the statue down. In
large letters, you can see it says "killer" at the bottom. Amazing.
This is happening all over the country as you know and there's a
reason for it. Over the weekend, most recently -- doubtless, you've
heard of this -- city officials announced their plan to remove the
statue of Teddy Roosevelt from outside New York's Museum of Natural
History. The bronze statue has stood there in the Theodore Roosevelt
Rotunda facing Central Park since before the Second World War. Soon
it will be gone.
People who erected that statue 80 years ago would be confused by
this, no doubt. They did not consider Teddy Roosevelt a
controversial figure. In fact, Roosevelt was the most popular
president in American history. He was also the most American
president. No other country could have produced Teddy Roosevelt.
Roosevelt's virtues mirrored the values of America. He was physically
brave. He was profoundly literate, highly self-disciplined and
amazingly energetic. While still a college student, Roosevelt wrote a
two-volume history of the War of 1812 that is still in print today.
You can buy it on Amazon.
He was the youngest president in our history. He saved our economy
from corporate monopolies. And by doing that, he made the American
middle class possible. He created the national parks. He created the
Panama Canal, the Food and Drug Administration, and then he kept
going.
The list of Teddy Roosevelt's achievements fills entire shelves of
himself on topics ranging from Oliver Cromwell to cattle ranching to
social justice.
Personally, Roosevelt was a famously decent man. In 1901, he invited
his friend Booker T. Washington to dinner. No African-American had
ever eaten in the White House. Democrats roared with rage at the
idea. For the crime of having a meal with a black man, they attacked
Teddy Roosevelt and his wife for the rest of their lives. But
Roosevelt never bowed. He gave the finger to the mob, and he
continued cheerfully on.
Teddy Roosevelt was a hero to millions of Americans. He still is.
That's precisely why they are tearing down his statue. They know that
if they can force you to watch as they topple your heroes, they have
won. There's nothing they can't do next.
Cut!
We need help, and we need it right now. These are not protests. This
is a totalitarian political movement, and someone needs to save the
country from it.
Very long article.
https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-carlson-the-real-reason-mobs-across-the-country-are-tearing-down-american-monuments
I doubt we are seeing a vast conspiracy. Look at the age of most of
the participants in the Seattle fiasco. These are ignoramous
millenials attempting to reconstruct the world to conform to some
socialist anarchist fantasy. Unfortunately, they and their
co-religionists living in mommy's and daddy's basements across the
country are mostly old enough to vote. The battery in my crystal ball
seems to be dead, but prepare for a bumpy ride.
I think there is a vast conspiracy. These protests are too well
organized. There are pallets of bricks, and ready made Molotov
cocktails stored in stolen cars.

I read last week the FBI is monitoring and infiltrating these
subversive groups, and charges are expected to be brought against some
wealthy and well known people. I posted an article about that no long
ago.

Have you noticed the protests start out orderly, and then these white
people start showing up and shortly the looting and burning starts.

These are the people to worry about not Black Lives Matter.
El Castor
2020-06-23 22:00:05 UTC
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Post by Johnny
On Tue, 23 Jun 2020 13:06:49 -0700
Post by El Castor
Post by Johnny
By Tucker Carlson
Published 1 hour ago
On Monday, a mob attempted to knock down a statue of Andrew Jackson.
They spray-painted the base, trying to knock the statue down. In
large letters, you can see it says "killer" at the bottom. Amazing.
This is happening all over the country as you know and there's a
reason for it. Over the weekend, most recently -- doubtless, you've
heard of this -- city officials announced their plan to remove the
statue of Teddy Roosevelt from outside New York's Museum of Natural
History. The bronze statue has stood there in the Theodore Roosevelt
Rotunda facing Central Park since before the Second World War. Soon
it will be gone.
People who erected that statue 80 years ago would be confused by
this, no doubt. They did not consider Teddy Roosevelt a
controversial figure. In fact, Roosevelt was the most popular
president in American history. He was also the most American
president. No other country could have produced Teddy Roosevelt.
Roosevelt's virtues mirrored the values of America. He was physically
brave. He was profoundly literate, highly self-disciplined and
amazingly energetic. While still a college student, Roosevelt wrote a
two-volume history of the War of 1812 that is still in print today.
You can buy it on Amazon.
He was the youngest president in our history. He saved our economy
from corporate monopolies. And by doing that, he made the American
middle class possible. He created the national parks. He created the
Panama Canal, the Food and Drug Administration, and then he kept
going.
The list of Teddy Roosevelt's achievements fills entire shelves of
himself on topics ranging from Oliver Cromwell to cattle ranching to
social justice.
Personally, Roosevelt was a famously decent man. In 1901, he invited
his friend Booker T. Washington to dinner. No African-American had
ever eaten in the White House. Democrats roared with rage at the
idea. For the crime of having a meal with a black man, they attacked
Teddy Roosevelt and his wife for the rest of their lives. But
Roosevelt never bowed. He gave the finger to the mob, and he
continued cheerfully on.
Teddy Roosevelt was a hero to millions of Americans. He still is.
That's precisely why they are tearing down his statue. They know that
if they can force you to watch as they topple your heroes, they have
won. There's nothing they can't do next.
Cut!
We need help, and we need it right now. These are not protests. This
is a totalitarian political movement, and someone needs to save the
country from it.
Very long article.
https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-carlson-the-real-reason-mobs-across-the-country-are-tearing-down-american-monuments
I doubt we are seeing a vast conspiracy. Look at the age of most of
the participants in the Seattle fiasco. These are ignoramous
millenials attempting to reconstruct the world to conform to some
socialist anarchist fantasy. Unfortunately, they and their
co-religionists living in mommy's and daddy's basements across the
country are mostly old enough to vote. The battery in my crystal ball
seems to be dead, but prepare for a bumpy ride.
I think there is a vast conspiracy. These protests are too well
organized. There are pallets of bricks, and ready made Molotov
cocktails stored in stolen cars.
I read last week the FBI is monitoring and infiltrating these
subversive groups, and charges are expected to be brought against some
wealthy and well known people. I posted an article about that no long
ago.
Have you noticed the protests start out orderly, and then these white
people start showing up and shortly the looting and burning starts.
These are the people to worry about not Black Lives Matter.
Vast conspiracies are impossible to hide -- too many people involved,
but I agree that BLM isn't the real problem.

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