On Friday night, CNN anchor Don Lemon used his show to criticize Fox News host Tucker Carlson, accusing him of spreading “white nationalist propaganda to your neighbors and family members.”
According to the Huffington Post, Lemon said, “We got to talk about what’s going on over on the propaganda network, the Fox propaganda network.” “I’m not concerned about what the other guys are up to.
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But first, let me explain why I’m doing this: it’s because Tucker Carlson, who promotes the so-called substitution theory, is mainstreaming white nationalist propaganda to your neighbors and family members. The term “theory” isn’t quite correct. It’s a fabrication. The lie that liberal liberals are planning to replace white people with people of color.”
“I know that the left and all the little gate-keepers on Twitter get literally hysterical if you use the word ‘replacement,’” Carlson said in a video.
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It seems that the Democratic Party is attempting to replace the existing electorate, who are now voting with new citizens from the third world who are more obedient. They become hysterical, though, because that is exactly what is happening. Let’s just say it’s correct.”
“This is important on a number of levels, but at its most basic level, it is a voting rights issue,” Carlson added. ‘One citizen equals one vote in a democracy. When the population of a place changes, the political influence of the people who live there is diluted. As a result, if they bring in new voters, I feel disenfranchised as a current voter. ‘Oh, the white substitution hypothesis,’ everybody tries to make a racial problem out of it.
No, this is a matter of voting rights. Since they’re bringing in a brand new electorate, I have less political clout. Why should I accept it if I don’t have to? My power as an American is assured by the birthright of one man, one vote, and they are diluting it. “Why are we putting up with this?” says the narrator.
Lemon was not pleased with this.
“Can you tell me what he’s worried about?” There has been a lot of discussion about diluting the political influence of the new electorate, which is mostly white. The votes of the white people should not be diluted. That’s exactly what he’s saying,” Lemon explained. “He’s talking about one-person, one-vote voting rights. He’s manipulating those ideas to suit his own purposes. What are those goals?
To instill a false sense of indignation in the audience in order to justify voter suppression based on resentment, fears, lies, insecurity, and racism.”