Tucker Carlson Delivers Epic Monologue Explaining to the Media Why Americans Love Trump
[dropcpa]Tucker[/dropcap] Carlson opened his Monday night program by displaying a photo of the truly immense crowd at President Trump’s Saturday night rally in Butler, PA. Carlson told viewers that this photograph was a metaphor “for the election itself and the moment that we’re living in.”
Carlson began: “Butler is like a lot of places you will find in this country once you head inland from the coasts. It’s a former industrial town, they made Pullman railcars there for many years, but it’s been losing population for decades. They still have nice people in Butler. For $60,000, you can buy a decent house there.”
“It’s a place you might be happy in,” he said, “but our professional class is not impressed by Butler. They don’t consider Butler, Pennsylvania, or places like it, the future. To them, places like Butler are embarrassing relics of a past best forgotten, the men of Butler may have built this country and they did, but they mean nothing to our leaders now.”
Carlson said Butler had been hit hard by the opioid crisis, but that “no one in Washington or New York or Los Angeles said a word about it.”
“Given all of that, it was interesting how the people around Butler feel about Donald Trump.” Showing a photo of the rally,” he continued. “Tens of thousands of people came, so many people that the crowd obscured the horizon. It looked like a visit from the Pope. When was the last time a political speech drew that many people?”
The media didn’t ask, he said. Instead, they reported it as a super spreader event.
He asks, “Why did all those people come? Why?”
They must’ve known that Donald Trump is the most evil man who’s ever lived. They’ve heard that every day for five years. They know people who support Donald Trump are also evil. They’re bigots, they’re morons, they’re racist cult members. They know that Americans have been fired from their jobs for supporting Donald Trump, not to mention kicked off social media, belittled by their kids’ teachers, shunned by decent society. Only losers and freaks support Donald Trump. People in Butler knew all of that, but on Saturday, they went to the Donald Trump rally anyway.
The reason is that “millions of Americans sincerely love Donald Trump..They love Donald Trump because no one else loves them. The country they built, the country their ancestors fought for over hundreds of years has left them to die on their unfashionable little towns mocked and despised by the sneering half-wits with finance degrees, but no actual skills, who seem to run everything all of a sudden.”
“Whatever Donald Trump faults, he’s better than the people in charge. At least he doesn’t hate them for their weakness. Donald Trump, in other words, is and has always been a living indictment of the people who run this country.”
That was true four years ago when Trump came out of nowhere to win the presidency and it’s every bit as true right now, maybe even more true than it’s ever been and it will remain true regardless of whether Donald Trump wins reelection. Trump grows because they failed, it’s as simple as that. If the people in charge had done a halfway decent job with the country they inherited, if they cared about anything other than themselves even for just a moment, Donald Trump would still be hosting “Celebrity Apprentice,” but they didn’t. Instead, they were incompetent and narcissistic and cruel and relentlessly dishonest. They wrecked what they didn’t build, they lied about it. They hurt anyone who told the truth about what they were doing. That’s true. We watched.”
“A vote for Trump is a vote against them. That’s what’s going on in that picture, that’s what’s going on in this country.”
Why do Americans love Trump? Aside from his numerous accomplishments in office, they love him because he’s real. People who are real can usually recognize others who are real.
They love America and they can plainly see that Trump loves America.
They understand that Trump loves these rallies and wants to be there with them. He doesn’t read them a stump speech. He engages in a conversation with them. I think Trump gains strength from the rallies.
They see how far the liberal elites have strayed from the principles of our Founders and they aren’t interested in living in a post-Constitutional America.
They’ve watched as Democrats and the media have worked together to destroy the President for four years and maybe they’re a little amazed he’s still standing.
Likely the biggest reason of all is that the same ruling class that treats them with contempt, treats Trump with contempt and he fights back.
It’s time for a reckoning. And, you never know, we may just see one.
This is fracking country. And Trump brought a literal fracking well to the rally because of course he did, he's Donald Trump. pic.twitter.com/zZTDAnyVnt
— Jack Posobiec VOTE 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 1, 2020