MUST WATCH: Tucker Carlson Unleashes the Perfect Take Down of the Establishment Push for War With Syria
Tucker Carlson went against the narrative being peddled by nearly everyone in establishment politics and media on Monday evening, unleashing a devastating monologue countering all of the talking points being used to attempt to push the United States into another war.
Carlson did not hold back during his nearly ten minute long take down of the war machine.
“Leaders on both sides of the aisle in Congress, in the media, in our intelligence services and virtually every overfunded think-tank in Washington have suddenly aligned tonight on a single point of agreement: America must go to war in Syria immediately. Bashar al-Assad cannot continue to lead that country. He must be overthrown,” Carlson began.
The Fox News host then launched into the story being peddled by those who seemingly have a wish for World War III.
“Assad is an evil man they tell us,” Tucker continued. “Assad’s poison gas suffocated children. Pictures of the aftermath of that are all over the internet and they are horrifying. Assad is a monster. That’s the official story — almost everyone in power claims to believe it.”
Carlson then asked the question that nearly everyone on social media has been asking — how would a chemical attack that would vilify him on the world stage benefit the Assad regime in any way?
“All the geniuses tell us that Assad killed those children. But do they really know that? Of course, they don’t really know that, they’re making it up. They have no real idea what happened. Actually, both sides in the Syrian Civil War possess chemical weapons. How would it benefit Assad, from using chlorine gas last weekend?”
The host argued that there are currently horrific things taking place all over the globe, yet when carried out by our allies we turn a blind eye.
“There’s a devastating famine killing children in Yemen right now Saudis are causing that. Should we drop tomahawks on Riyadh in response? Not until it’s on YouTube apparently. When you conduct foreign policy by viral video, pictures are essential,” Carlson said mockingly.
The passionate monologue continued on to explain that we were fed a similar story about chemical weapons last April, which lead to an airstrike by the Trump administration. Yet, two months ago, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis admitted that we still cannot prove that the attack was carried out by Assad.
“The story, it turns out, was propaganda, it was designed to manipulate Americans, just like so much of what they say,” Carlson said.
He explained that the secular government would likely end up being replaced by Islamic militants who wish to kill those who do not conform to their religious beliefs and way of life — including the Christians that Assad is currently protecting.
“How exactly did regime change work in Iraq and Libya?” Carlson asked.
Carlson continued to dismantle the narrative piece by piece until he concluded by reading President Trump’s own tweets where he had urged then-President Barack Obama to stay out of Syria, noting that there is nothing to gain and a whole lot to lose.