Tucker Carlson: Brett Kavanaugh Backlash is Due to a “Theocracy Run By Atheists”

Oct 5, 2018

By Hemant Mehta

During an appearance on FOX News’ The Daily BriefingTucker Carlson told host Dana Perino that the push to punish Brett Kavanaugh for a sexual assault he allegedly committed in high school amounts to an atheist theocracy. Because when you have no argument, you just make up random phrases to scare gullible viewers.

His argument goes like this: A Christian theocracy would probably involve conservatives punishing people for acts they deem immoral… therefore liberals going after the conservative Kavanaugh for anything he did in high school amounts to a “theocracy run by atheists.

If that makes no sense to you… well, now you know what it’s like to watch FOX News.

“I’m old enough … to remember when the left sincerely worried, or said they did, about the right turning this into some kind of theocracy and imposing its puritanical values on the rest of the country,” Carlson said…

“The irony, of course, is that they’re doing it right now. It’s a kind of theocracy run by atheists, where the minor, smallest peccadillos from your teen years are now disqualifying. Is this really the standard we want?”

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2 comments on “Tucker Carlson: Brett Kavanaugh Backlash is Due to a “Theocracy Run By Atheists”

  • Why is he defending Kavanaugh in the first place? Because it’s his guy? Has he been following Kavanaugh’s career?

    I’m tired of being able to know where someone stands on an issue simply by knowing something as dumb as they are a Republican, or they are a Democrat. It’s stupid. I feel like all our conversations are really dumb, and this is a big part of the reason why. Our arguments are repeated across numerous issues in exactly the same way. We rarely enter new territory. We are predictable without any benefit.



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