Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Orwellian Propaganda Org. Media Matters Dubs Tucker Carlson ‘Misinformer of the Year’

'The great replacement — yeah, it's not a conspiracy theory; it's their electoral strategy... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Fox New host Tucker Carlson earned the title “Misinformer of the Year” from Media Matters, a far-left group that attacks conservatives on behalf of the Democrat Party, the mainstream media and Deep State intelligence agencies, Twitchy reported.

Carlson toppled all the sacred Leftist gods this year—COVID-19, the Russo-Ukrainian War, the January 6th hoax—and brought awareness to the issues that conservatives should care about, like declining masculinity and fertility, widespread election fraud and anti-white racism.

Media Matters propagandist Matt Gertz described how the Left understands Carlson.

“Carlson is a demagogue who sneers at America’s heritage as a multicultural nation bound by shared principles like liberty, equality, and democracy,” he wrote. “He instead embraces the blood-and-soil nationalism of European autocracies.”

The special Patriot Purge highlighted the absurdity of the January 6th narrative and the abuses that “legacy Americans” have suffered to perpetuate the narrative.

The special End of Men on Fox Nation brought attention to “soy globalism,” the coordinated effort to sicken Americans through low-quality food and vegan diets and to make them unable to procreate.

Apparently Media Matters thought that Carlson, an opinions show host, should receive the “Misinformer of the Year” award, not journalists or news anchors who should report facts.

In his profile of Carlson, Gertz claimed that the host “explicitly” told his viewers to “respond to his rants with violence,” but he did not quote Carlson or cite sources.

Much to the Left’s disdain, Carlson has repeatedly discussed the out-in-the-open plot to replace natural-born American citizens, primarily of European descent, with third-world illegal aliens unattached to their adopted country.

“The great replacement — yeah, it’s not a conspiracy theory; it’s their electoral strategy,” Carlson said in July 2022.

None other than Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., confirmed that analysis.

In a few paragraphs that sound like a glowing Right-wing review, Gertz said Carlson stands at the “nexus” of the “burgeoning anti-LBGTQ movement.”

“Carlson describes trans-affirming health care for youth as the ‘sexual mutilation of children’ and ‘castrating young people,’ saying it’s conducted by doctors who are committing ‘atrocities’ thanks to ‘a dangerous cult that is causing irreparable harm to children,'” Gertz wrote.

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