Popular conservative commentator, Tucker Carlson, raised some important questions in the latest episode of his podcast, “Tucker on Twitter”, about the Biden regime’s foreign policy and its potential consequences.
He suggested that the current battle for democracy could lead to dictatorship rather than freedom. Carlson questioned the purpose of US involvement in the conflict with Russia and expressed concerns about both innocent lives being lost and considerable financial costs associated with war.
“You may have found yourself wondering recently, as the world slides closer to nuclear annihilation than any time in human history, why exactly are we at war with Russia? What’s the point? Are we really doing this so the Biden family can repay its debts to the oligarchs who finance their beach house in Rehoboth? Or are we doing it so our government can continue to lie about its illicit biolabs in Eastern Europe?” the host asked his viewers, taking a critical stance on America’s role in the ongoing international crisis.
“What’s the point? Are we really doing this so the Biden family can repay its debts to the oligarchs who finance their beach house in Rehoboth?
“We doing it so our government can continue to lie about its illicit biolabs in Eastern Europe, so that flabby losers like Victoria Nuland and Tony Blinken can feel like they’re doing something important with their sad, empty lives?
“There’s got to be a better reason for waging this, the most pointless war of all. What is it? Well, thankfully, we have an answer. The war against Russia, ladies and gentlemen, the war against Putin and for Ukraine is in fact a war for DEMOCRACY,” said Carlson.
The Biden regime is portraying this conflict as a fight for democracy but Carlson points out that they are backing Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky despite his threats to suspend democratic rule next year if Ukraine is still at war.
This led Carlson to suggest that wars for democracy often grant more power to political leaders under false pretenses of emergency while paradoxically leading to democratic backsliding instead of true freedom.
“We are currently fighting a war for democracy on behalf of a leader who just casually announced he’s happy to end democracy and our democracy. Supporting leaders have no problem with that. In fact, they’re strongly for it.
“Wars for democracy always cancel democracy in the process. That’s why our leaders love them, and they all do it,” he said.
Carlson drew attention to historical instances where the pursuit of democracy paradoxically led to its suspension, suggesting that wars for democracy often grant more power to political leaders, justifying their actions under the guise of emergency.
Ep. 7 Irony Alert: the war for democracy enables dictatorship. pic.twitter.com/tk7aOZ4H6n
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) June 28, 2023