Tucker Carlson recently dropped a bombshell to his viewers.
He exposed what makes up almost all of MSNBC's programming.
Good thing he told me because I didn't see. I wasn't watching. Neither was the rest of America based on the numbers.
Well, that isn't true. There are still some kooks out there who trust outlets like CNN and MSNBC.
And what are they getting a daily dose of every time they tune in?
"In July of 1993, a radio station in Kigali, Rwanda began openly attacking one of the country’s main ethnic groups, the Tutsis. The radio station was called RTLM, but many remember it as simply Hutu Radio because its audience was primarily Hutu.
According to Hutu Radio, Tutsi people were responsible for virtually every bad thing that ever happened in Rwanda. Tutsis had way too much money. They had way too much power.
Tutsis were way too privileged: They were greedy. They were bigoted. They were racists. They were dangerous. Everything about Tutsi-ness was repulsive.
For the most part, actual Tutsis in Rwanda ignored all of this. Hutu Radio was not aimed at them.
But then in July of 1994, just nine months after RTLM went on the air, a genocide began in Rwanda. More than half a million Tutsis were murdered, in many cases by Hutus whose rage had been stoked to violence by RTLM’s broadcasts.
Entire Tutsi families were dragged from their homes and hacked to death with machetes. Hundreds of thousands of women were raped.
The world watched in horror as it happened, but did nothing to intervene. Instead, our leaders told us at the time, the genocide in Rwanda would live forever as a lesson to the rest of us about the capacity for evil that lurks inside every human heart, and the dangers of reducing our neighbors to the sum total of their ethnicity, they are individuals, not ethnic groups.
Bill Clinton gave an eloquent speech actually on the subject in Kigali back in 1998. Look it up, and ask yourself as you read it if any Democratic Party official could today say those same words. It’s hard to imagine given what plays on a loop on that party’s cable news arm MSNBC.
Have you watched MSNBC lately? Likely you haven’t."
You're right, Tucker. About all of it.
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