The fake news media sees everything they worked for the last three years slipping away.
That is leading to desperate attacks on President Trump to help the Democrats’ last-ditch effort to remove Trump from office.
But Tucker Carlson shut down the media’s biggest impeachment lie with just one word.
One of the Republicans’ central defenses of Donald Trump is that the President was well within his rights to ask the new Ukrainian President to help get to the bottom of Ukraine’s meddling in the 2016 election on behalf of Hillary Clinton.
Louisiana Senator John Kennedy made this point during a recent appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
Kennedy cited factual evidence that Ukrainians meddled in the 2016 election.
Democrat Party activist and Russian collusion truther “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd falsely claimed this was a conspiracy theory cooked up by the Kremlin.
Kennedy responded by citing a 2018 Ukrainian court decision convicting Head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine Artem Sytnyk on charges that he violated the law by spreading information about a controversial “black ledger” showing millions in payments from a pro-Russian political party to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort during the 2016 election.
That same court also ruled Ukrainian Parliament Member Serhiy A. Leshchenko ran afoul of the law by commenting on Manafort’s case.
These are not conspiracy theories or figments of Vladimir Putin’s imagination.
But Todd reacted to this truth by calling Senator Kennedy a “dupe” of the Russian government.
“You’ve done exactly what the Russian operation is trying to get American politicians to do. Are you at all concerned that you have been duped?” Todd hysterically asked Kennedy.
Carlson blew up Todd’s lie during a monologue in an ensuing broadcast.
“[Kennedy] made an argument that Todd didn’t like,” Carlson began. “Todd didn’t rebut the argument. Not capable of that. So instead he did what so many do now, he accused Senator Kennedy of being an agent of Russia.”
Carlson continued by accusing Todd and other Russian collusion conspiracy theorists of engaging in “McCarthyism.”
“So in a normal time, we would all recognize that for what it was. An embarrassing and low moment. Accusing people without evidence under the cover of journalism of acting on behalf of a foreign government? There is a name for that, actually, it’s called McCarthyism. We went through a period where that happened. We learned nothing apparently, or the left didn’t. That’s literally what it is. McCarthyism. After calling people racist. It’s the press’ new favorite baseless allegation to throw around,” Carlson added.
Russian hysteria infected the left ever since the Steele dossier began to circulate during the 2016 election.
Left-wing cultists like Todd latched on to the Russian collusion hoax because Donald Trump winning upset the coronation they had planned for Hillary Clinton.
Liberals thought Clinton’s election – coming on the heels of two terms of Barack Obama – would herald the era of permanent Democrat majority built on the backs of single women, college educated whites and minority voters.
Trump’s victory dashed those hopes.
Rather than re-evaluate the corrupt and rigged system the liberal elite presided over, partisans like Todd instead dove down the rabbit hole of insane conspiracy theories.
Simple and irrefutable facts like Donald Trump winning the election and the Ukrainians meddling on behalf of Hillary Clinton were instead recast as elements of a shadowy plot by Vladimir Putin to run an influence operation to install a Russian asset in the White House.
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