Sep 14, 2017

Tucker Is A Nazi! (The Evidence Is Pretty Conclusive)

1. Tucker Denies Being A Nazi Despite All Evidence Indicating He Is A Lying Nazi... Could He Be lying like The Nazis?
2. The Charlottesville Terror Incident: Conclusive Proof That The GOP & Its Media Networks Are Really Just Nazis Re-Labeled As Something Else (Such As "Nationalists", "Conservatives" etc.)

This post compiles a ton of evidence together to show that Tucker Carlson is indeed a Nazi in thought and action. You could call him a "Nazi Sympathizer" but a Nazi is still just a Nazi no matter what words you add to it.

Lets begin....

Tucker Carlson defends hate group that wanted to criminalize homosexuality because its members aren't Nazis Carlson: "To call someone a hate group is to lump them in, in the popular mind, in my mind anyway, with like Nazis and crazy people, violent people, truly scary people"

Fox News host Tucker Carlson hosted anti-LGBTQ extremist Tony Perkins to promote a letter to the media by a cohort of right-wing organizations and hate groups that demanded news outlets not use the Southern Poverty Law Center's (SPLC) hate group designation. Though Perkins criticizes the SPLC for using the “hate group” label for his organization, the Family Research Council (FRC), he has used similar language against LGBTQ activists, calling them “hateful, vile, … spiteful” and saying that they are the “height of hatred” and engaged in “an agenda that will destroy them and our nation.” The FRC has long attempted to criminalize homosexuality, supported harmful "conversion therapy" for LGBTQ people, compared them to pedophiles, and said that LGBTQ suicides can be prevented by discouraging them from identifying as queer.
On September 6, Perkins' FRC and a number of other hate groups from various extremist ideologies, including anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant groups, penned a letter to media outlets that asked them to stop using SPLC's "hate group" label. The letter pushed the right-wing talking point that these groups should not be associated "with neo-Nazis and the KKK." During the segment, Carlson echoed this point, saying, "Well, to call someone a hate group is to lump them in, in the popular mind, in my mind anyway, with like Nazis and crazy people, violent people, truly scary people." Carlson has hosted a series of anti-LGBTQ hate groups representatives in the last few months, many of whom attacked the SPLC's hate group designations. From the September 6 edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight:

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): As we told you before on the show and documented pretty conclusively, the Southern Poverty Law Center is a progressive activist group like hundreds of others. But for some reason, the media have anointed them the national arbiters of what is or what is not a hate group, which is a shame since they are totally fake and dishonest. Now 47 conservative leaders and organizations have released a letter calling on the media to stop citing the Southern Poverty Law Center and its fake data calling that group correctly "discredited" and "defamatory." Tony Perkins is the president of the Family Research Council, which was once a victim of a terror attack inspired by the SPLC's rhetoric. He joins us tonight. Tony, thanks a lot for coming on. So, if I'm not misunderstanding this, you're attempting to convince the media to stop taking this fake group seriously, correct? 
​TONY PERKINS: Well, in part. We are also putting the media on notice that if you are going to take the SPLC -- as you described, a liberal activist organization that acts as a pit bull for the left, no offense to the pit bulls out there -- that they are using that information, putting it up, that they're endangering the lives of people by putting up this information from the Southern Poverty Law Center, which has no basis in fact or truth. 
​CARLSON: Well, to call someone a hate group is to lump them in, in the popular mind, in my mind anyway, with like Nazis and crazy people, violent people, truly scary people. 
​CARLSON: You would think that any normal reporter, no matter how liberal, would be looking through the list of hate groups, so-called hate groups​​, and say, "You know, OK, some of them are clearly hateful and crazy." And then they get to the Family Research Council, and you say, "I may not agree with their agenda, but they are not a hate group." Why does nobody at say CNN or The Washington Post ever think this is overreach? It is not a hate group. It is a Christian group. 

Reminder: Criminalizing Homosexuality is STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE for a Nazi...

How the Nazis Destroyed the First Gay Rights Movement The history of LGBTQ rights is not a record of constant progress.

The first LGBTQ liberation movement
In the 1920s, Berlin had nearly 100 gay and lesbian bars or cafes. Vienna hadabout a dozen gay cafes, clubs and bookstores. In Paris, certain quarters were renowned for open displays of gay and trans nightlife. Even Florence, Italy, had its own gay district, as did many smaller European cities.
Films began depicting sympathetic gay characters. Protests were organized against offensive depictions of LGBTQ people in print or on stage. And media entrepreneurs realized there was a middle-class gay and trans readership to whom they could cater.
Partly driving this new era of tolerance were the doctors and scientists who started looking at homosexuality and “transvestism” (a word of that era that encompassed transgender people) as a natural characteristic with which some were born, and not a “derangement.” The story of Lili Elbe and the first modern sex change, made famous in the recent film “The Danish Girl,” reflected these trends.
For example, Berlin opened its Institute for Sexual Research in 1919, the place where the word “transsexual” was coined, and where people could receive counseling and other services. Its lead doctor, Magnus Hirschfeld, also consulted on the Lili Elbe sex change.
Connected to this institute was an organization called the “Scientific-Humanitarian Committee.” With the motto “justice through science,” this group of scientists and LGBTQ people promoted equal rights, arguing that LGBTQ people were not aberrations of nature.
Most European capitals hosted a branch of the group, which sponsored talks and sought the repeal of Germany’s “Paragraph 175.” Combining with other liberal groups and politicians, it succeeded in influencing a German parliamentary committee to recommend the repeal to the wider government in 1929.
The backlash
While these developments didn’t mean the end of centuries of intolerance, the 1920s and early ‘30s certainly looked like the beginning of the end. On the other hand, the greater “out-ness” of gay and trans people provoked their opponents.
A French reporter, bemoaning the sight of uncloseted LGBTQ people in public, complained, “the contagion … is corrupting every milieu.” The Berlin police grumbled that magazines aimed at gay men – which they called “obscene press materials” – were proliferating. In Vienna, lectures of the “Scientific Humanitarian Committee” might be packed with supporters, but one was attacked by young men hurling stink bombs. A Parisian town councilor in 1933 called it “a moral crisis” that gay people, known as “inverts” at that time, could be seen in public.
“Far be it from me to want to turn to fascism,” the councilor said, “but all the same, we have to agree that in some things those regimes have sometimes done good… One day Hitler and Mussolini woke up and said, ‘Honestly, the scandal has gone on long enough’ … And … the inverts … were chased out of Germany and Italy the very next day.”
The ascent of Fascism
It’s this willingness to make a blood sacrifice of minorities in exchange for “normalcy” or prosperity that has observers drawing uncomfortable comparisons between then and now.
In the 1930s, the Depression spread economic anxiety, while political fights in European parliaments tended to spill outside into actual street fights between Left and Right. Fascist parties offered Europeans a choice of stability at the price of democracy. Tolerance of minorities was destabilizing, they said. Expanding liberties gave “undesirable” people the liberty to undermine security and threaten traditional “moral” culture. Gay and trans people were an obvious target.
What happened next shows the whiplash speed with which the progress of a generation can be thrown into reverse.
The nightmare
One day in May 1933, pristine white-shirted students marched in front of Berlin’s Institute for Sexual Research – that safe haven for LGBTQ people – calling it “Un-German.” Later, a mob hauled out its library to be burned. Later still, its acting head was arrested.
When Nazi leader Adolph Hitler needed to justify arresting and murdering former political allies in 1934, he said they were gay. This fanned anti-gay zealotry by the Gestapo, which opened a special anti-gay branch. During the following year alone, the Gestapo arrested more than 8,500 gay men, quite possibly using a list of names and addresses seized at the Institute for Sexual Research. Not only was Paragraph 175 not erased, as a parliamentary committee had recommended just a few years before, it was amended to be more expansive and punitive.
As the Gestapo spread throughout Europe, it expanded the hunt. In Vienna, it hauled in every gay man on police lists and questioned them, trying to get them to name others. The fortunate ones went to jail. The less fortunate went to Buchenwald and Dachau. In conquered France, Alsace police worked with the Gestapo to arrest at least 200 men and send them to concentration camps. Italy, with a fascist regime obsessed with virility, sent at least 300 gay men to brutal camps during the war period, declaring them “dangerous for the integrity of the race.”
The total number of Europeans arrested for being LGBTQ under fascism is impossible to know because of the lack of reliable records. But a conservative estimate is that there were many tens of thousands to one hundred thousandarrests during the war period alone.
Under these nightmare conditions, far more LGBTQ people in Europe painstakingly hid their genuine sexuality to avoid suspicion, marrying members of the opposite sex, for example. Still, if they had been prominent members of the gay and trans community before the fascists came to power, as Berlin lesbian club owner Lotte Hahm was, it was too late to hide. She was sent to a concentration camp.
In those camps, gay men were marked with a pink triangle. In these places of horror, men with pink triangles were singled out for particular abuse. They were mechanically rapedcastratedfavored for medical experiments and murderedfor guards’ sadistic pleasure even when they were not sentenced for “liquidation.” One gay man attributed his survival to swapping his pink triangle for a red one – indicating he was merely a Communist. They were ostracized and tormented by their fellow inmates, too.

Tucker finds it threatening when people want to take down statues of traitors to America (they fought to secede, i.e. the Constitution meant nothing to to the Southern White Supremacists who fought the civil war). Clearly those trying to dismember this Great Nation mean a great deal to him as a "News" personality, and given the GOP's society destroying polices that they got from the KKK/White-Supremacists etc, it is the right thing for him to do.;

After SPLC releases list of confederate monuments, Tucker Carlson accuses them of threatening violence Carlson: SPLC's press release on monuments "sounds like a threat to me"

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Here's what their press release says. "More than 1,500 confederate monuments stand in communities like Charlottesville with," quote, "the potential to unleash more turmoil and bloodshed. It is time to take them down." That sounds like a threat to me. TYLER O'NEIL: It certainly does. The worst thing is they put middle schools, elementary schools, high schools on this list. No student deserves to have to go to school in, when there's a violent outbreak of protests. No student deserves to walk to school through rocks, through mace being flown -- CARLSON: Of course, that's exactly right.

What Tucker is saying here that the people who fought to destroy America and keep slaves are like the people the Taliban overthrew... and given Afghanistan's violent history, he may be right!

Tucker Carlson compares removing statues of Confederates to extremism of the Taliban, Khmer Rouge, and China Carlson: "Mao did that and the Khmer Rouge did that and the Taliban did that in Afghanistan"

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Mao did that and the Khmer Rouge did that and the Taliban did that in Afghanistan for political reasons. I mean look, I'm not, for whatever it's worth, not very sympathetic to the confederacy, I'm an American and I'm against insurrections, period. But it's not about that. The people who are attacking these statutes know nothing about history. They don't know who Robert E. Lee was, they don't know who Stonewall Jackson was, they're trying to delegitamize the U.S. government and the traditions of American society because they don't believe in them. I mean, this is transactional, they're doing this to achieve a goal that has nothing to do with the Civil War.

In reality its the GOP that's like the Taliban etc. so this is just a diversion or red herring to cloud the viewer from perception of the truth.

GOP Politics

Here is Tucker using a standard tactic of framing everything on the left that the video below this show that all of Fox is using showing that they support their activist base, i.e. white supremacists;

Tucker Carlson says NFL players "hate your country" for protesting "racism or something"Carlson: "Many of the league's richest players have gone out of their way to let you know how much they hate your country"

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): We're only two weeks in the NFL preseason, already many of the league's richest players have gone out of their way to let you know how much they hate your country. On Monday, a dozen members of the Cleveland Browns refused to stand for the national anthem because racism or something.

Fox & Friends is sympathetic to neo-Nazis marching but outraged over sports players kneeling

Fox & Friends has been outraged by the peaceful protests led by professional athletes like Colin Kaepernickand Megan Rapinoe during the national anthem. And yet, Trump's favorite television show has found plenty of sympathy for the white nationalists who marched in Charlottesville.

Tucker promotes apps that have been banned for hate speech (also standard operative procedure for a Nazi as Nazis are like a cult and seek to promote others in thier cause)...

Tucker Carlson defends Gab, a social media app dubbed “a haven for white nationalists” Gab was banned from Google and Apple app stores for “hate speech”

Fox host Tucker Carlson invited Andrew Torba, the founder of “Gab,” a social media app called a “haven for white nationalists” and a “magnet for the alt-right,” to attack Google and Apple for removing his app for promoting racist "hate speech."
Gab was recently removed from the Google Play Store and was rejected by Apple “eight of nine times” that it submitted an application to the Apple store because of the “objectionable content” found on the site. Wireddescribed Gab as a “platform that looks like an artifact from a dystopian universe where the alt-right completely took over Twitter.”
On the September 5 edition of his show, Tucker Carlson ignored Gab’s obvious appeal to white nationalists and invited the platform’s founder to defend the social media platform’s right to promote hate speech using Google and Apple app stores:

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Gab is a ad-free social media platform that operates in a way similar to Twitter. It presents itself as a pro-free speech platform so it’s been popular with Milo Yiannopoulos and other figures who have been censored on Twitter, Facebook, and other sites as well people who just believe in free speech. Tech giants can’t abide it though because it’s an uncensored platform so recently Google banned Gab from the Google store, claiming that company was “engaging in hate speech” simply by refusing to censor people who use it. Andrew Torba is the founder and CEO of Gab and he joins us tonight. So Andrew, did I just mistake that? According to Google you have a responsibility to police the political views of people who use your app and because you don’t, they’re kicking you off.

Yes, Tucker Carlson promoted an app infested with racists, nazi sympathizers, and misogynists. Here's the proof.It’s been called a “haven for white nationalists” for a reason

After its founder appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show on Fox News, social media platform Gab lashed out at Media Matters on Twitter for reminding audiences that Gab is “a haven for white nationalists:”
On September 5, white nationalist darling Tucker Carlson hosted Andrew Torba on his show, Tucker Carlson Tonight. Torba is the founder of Gab, a social media platform that gained prominence after Twitter permanently suspended a series of accounts for “hateful conduct” and users shifted to Gab instead. For its permissive approach in the face of clearly extremist speech, Gab has been described as a “haven for white nationalists” and a “magnet for the alt-right.” Media Matters called out Carlson for continuing to play footsie with extremism under the guise of supporting free speech:
Tucker Carlson attacks tech companies for banning white supremacists (who are basically a domestic terror outfit) Tucker Carlson: Tech companies "could make this country a place you would not want to live" in

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): The only thing that could make what happened in Charlottesville worse is if we allowed a small number of people in power to make America less tolerant and less free in its aftermath. Let's be honest, we've seen it before. It happened after 9/11. Almost nobody wanted to say so at the time for fear of seeming sympathetic to terrorists, but it did. Secret lists, massive government spying on citizens, the Feds rooting around in people's bank accounts for no good reason. We allowed that to happen because we were upset and afraid.
Well, this morning there were signs that it could be happening again. The Wall Street Journalreported that big tech companies are using their power to silence certain political views. Both Google and web hosting service GoDaddy stopped providing hosting support for Daily Stormer, it's a white supremacist website. Meanwhile, the hotel website AirBnB announced it will permanently ban white supremacists from using its service to book rooms. PayPal says it won't let white supremacists use its payment platform.

Since Fox news & the GOP are basically terrorist organizations that have been working with the white supremacists in the background to rile up people (such as with the tea party - even taking their slogans "take our country back"), its no surprise that Tucker, and fox, will attempt to take anything thrown at their primary activist base and throw it back at the "left" (i.e. anyone who doesn't agree) and use this to rile up thier base to make the discussion even more one sided. Like the school bully having his own show with his own channel and party plus terror organization who do activism for them in a symbiotic relationship with them;

Why is Tucker Carlson so reluctant to condemn white supremacists?

White supremacists and neo-Nazis marched on Charlottesville, VA, last weekend. Support for the town’s statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee was their rallying point, though the underlying rationale was a toxic mixture of racism and anti-Semitism. The protesters were met by a coalition of progressives, religious leaders, and the antifa movement; violence erupted, and Heather Heyer was killed when an alleged neo-Nazi crashed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters. Since then, journalists and activists have spent hours on cable news discussing the validity of removing Confederate statues from the public square, the appropriateness of President Donald Trump’s response to the tragic incident, and whether “left-wing violence” is a dangerous phenomenon. But the throughline of the coverage has been the fervent, universal denunciation of the white supremacists and neo-Nazis as advocates of a violent, racist ideology that has no place in public life.
But one curious exception stands out from this trend: Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, one of the most popular cable news programs in the country. Over the past four nights, Tucker Carlson has seemed unusually loath to offer harsh words for the protesters and their ideology, instead focusing his criticism on progressives who responded by seeking to remove more Confederate statues or curtail the speech of extremists. Carlson is a skilled polemicist, but he has devoted no monologues to railing against the bigotry of white supremacy, no analysis of the aims or history of their growing movement. He is a talented debater who uses his program to brutally dispatch guests who lack his skill, but hasn’t brought a neo-Nazi onto his program for the explicit purpose of exposing their hatred.
Carlson’s hesitancy to offer a fervent condemnation of the protesters and his preference for using the issue to criticize the left mirrors Trump’s reaction. And like that of the president, Carlson’s rise has been applaudedby the very same racists who marched on Charlottesville. White supremacists love Carlson because he uses his program to push issues they care about -- namely condemnations of immigrants and Muslims and the promotion of “European culture” -- to a massive audience. As neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin of the website Daily Stormer put it, “Tucker Carlson is literally our greatest ally.” (The website urged its readers to attend the Charlottesville rally in order to “end Jewish influence in America.”)
To be clear, it’s not that Carlson has refused to criticize white supremacists altogether this week, it’s just that his criticisms are brief, perfunctory statements he uses to set up his attacks on the left. He’ll say he doesn’t like that white supremacists put “race at the center of their worldview,” before accusing the left of having a similar obsession with race. He will agree with a guest that KKK rhetoric is “awful” and “hateful,” using that admission to set up a critique of arguments for restricting “hate speech.” He will clear his throat by saying of white nationalist groups, “I’m not a part of them and don’t like them” before ripping the left for curtailing their speech. And that’s about as far as Carlson has been willing to go over the past four days. Such reticence to employ harsh language is unusual for Carlson; over the same period, for example, he’s described Google as “authoritarian” and “un-American,” and accused progressive activists of engaging in the “textbook definition of racism.”
Carlson doesn’t seem to view the weekend’s violent eruption as the result of a racist ideology. Instead, he had described the events as “chaos” featuring a “lunatic hell-bent” on murder who was inadvertently aided politicians who wouldn’t let law enforcement do their jobs. “What country was this?” he asked on his first program after the protests. “Where were the authorities? What happened to the police? Is this America?” Carlson had a very different take after the terrorist attack Thursday in Barcelona, Spain. He quickly blamed “radical Islam” and increased Muslim immigration. “If your population changes, your society is going to change for good and bad, probably, but this is one of the downsides,” he said, adding that Western European leaders who refuse to “draw that obvious conclusion” are “paralyzed by guilt and self-hatred.”

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Tucker Carlson Sympathizes With "Wacko" "Alt-Right" Figure Baked Alaska Carlson On Anti-Semitic Troll Baked Alaska Tim Treadstone: "He May Be A Wacko. But I Am Still Pretty Sympathetic."

CARLSON: He may be a wacko. But I am still pretty sympathetic. I don't know anything about him beyond this. But I'm, this sounds right to me having been around this alot. He said "I got a lot of dirty looks and people stopped inviting me to meetings when I said I was voting for Trump. It was like I was a heretic. Nobody wanted to talk to me. All their opinions about me changed."

Clearly Tuckers efforts have paid off;

Fox News' New Prime-Time Host Tucker Carlson Is Beloved By Neo-Nazis And Misogynists

“Tucker Carlson is literally our greatest ally. I don’t believe that he doesn’t hate the Jews.” -- Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin, The Daily Stormer
Following the news that Megyn Kelly had left Fox News for NBC, a commenter at the pro-Donald Trump subreddit “r/The_Donald” -- a key gathering place for the “alt-right” -- posed a question: “WHO DO WE WANT IN HER PLACE?” The subreddit’s denizens quickly coalesced around a single option: Tucker Carlson.
“TUCKER FOR ANOTHER HOUR!” reads the thread’s top comment. “Then start spamming fox with emails and comments letting them know,” wrote one Redditor. “You can’t cuck the Tuck,” commented another.
Twenty-four hours later, the trolls seem to have gotten their way, with Fox News announcing that Carlson will take over Kelly’s 9 p.m. timeslot. Carlson -- a preppy son of privilege who has incongruously become cable news’s most favored host among neo-Nazis and white nationalists -- will now have a prime-time venue to continue giving Fox News a bigger foothold with the “alt-right” audience.
Carlson is a career member of the press who first wrote for establishment conservative and mainstream news outlets like The Weekly StandardThe New York Times Magazine, and New York magazine, and has spent nearly two decades as a host and commentator on PBS, CNN, MSNBC, and finally Fox News. While Carlson has regularly promoted a conservative brand of commentary laced with misogyny, misinformation, and factually inaccurate attacks, many on the left remember him as the bow tie-wearing Crossfire host who Jon Stewart pummeled in his searing 2004 demolition of the program.
But since landing his 7 p.m. Fox News program Tucker Carlson Tonight in November, Carlson has built a strong following among the worst racists, misogynists, and anti-Semites on the Internet.
Those deplorables love Carlson’s cutting interview style, which seeks not to extract information from guests but rather to embarrass them. Many of Carlson’s victims have included the young women, Jews, and “social justice warriors” who constitute the main perceived enemies of the “alt-right.” They believe that Carlson is helping to mainstream their racist, misogynist worldview.
At "r/The_Donald," Redditors regularly highlight instances in which Carlson “REKT,” “tore apart,” “grills,” or “DESTROYS” his interviewees. A separate subreddit was created in November with the mission statement: “Alpha Male Tucker Carlson routinely plows beta-male SJW snowflakes over on Fox News. This is where we compile his greatest hits.” The subreddit’s official Twitter account is @cantcuckthetuck, a mantra that Carlson’s “alt-right” supporters use to highlight his supposed unwillingness to be “cucked.”
The neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer regularly features videos of Carlson’s interviews under the headline “You Can’t Cuck The TUCK!” The site’s founder, Andrew Anglin, has called Carlson “our greatest ally” and a “machine of ultimate destruction” who “LAMPSHADE[S]” Jewish guests.
The former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke has praised Carlson for pushing back against “Jewish Supremacists” who “believe they are above the law.”

So... who's teaching who to hate?

Tucker Carlson: Next generation being taught to hate America Apr. 18, 2017 - 6:10 - 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host sounds off on what's happening in college classrooms


Classic GOP hypocrisy.

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BREAKING: Nazism Has Been Repackaged as "Conservatism"

I think it is safe to assume that Tucker is an integral part of White Supremacist and Nazi culture... whatever word he chooses to label it with. After all, Nazism has a bad rep nowadays, ever since Hitler overdid it, isn' that right Tucker? Anyways, nowadays the conservative movement and Nazism are so similar (even down to their modern descendants political platform) that it can be hard to say if Nazism has been intentionally repacked as "Conservatism" or it simply grew out of literal belief in some bible verses (thus making "Nazism" and Nazi like tendencies an integral part of Christian psychology). Whatever the case me be, Tucker is clearly a Nazi. maybe he calls basic Nazi philosophy "conservatism". But it is still Nazism. Tucker is a nazi.

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