Tucker Carlson Slams Biden’s Statement White Supremacy Is Guilty For Asian American Violence
Is it real, as the Biden administration has claimed explicitly, that the rise in violence against Asian Americans is due to white supremacy? On Friday night, Tucker Carlson delved into the subject, asking what evidence has been given to support the argument that populist, right-wing Americans are to blame for the attacks.
“Are Republican racists really doing this, as Joe Biden suggested last night and as so many other Democrats have claimed?” His guest, author Ying Ma, does not believe this story, and she explained why to the audience.
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WATCH: Author Ying Ma counteracts the Biden administration's claim that increased violence against Asian Americans is a result of white supremacy. pic.twitter.com/vvSjRDvWjO
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“From the beginning, the left attempted to politicize this brutality, which seems low and divisive, but is also wrong. What’s your take on what’s going on?” He questioned.
“Well, not only is it wrong, but it’s also despicable,” Ma answered. “First and foremost, I want to state unequivocally that racism against Asian Americans, or racism against anyone, is intolerable. And I have no doubt that the COVID virus has intensified animosity, distrust, or racist attitudes among certain white people to some degree.
“The perpetrators of the most violent attacks that we’ve seen on tape, which is widely available to the media, are not all white. They don’t look like white supremacists, and they don’t look like white voters or Trump voters, as you stated.
“In fact, many of these attacks have occurred in heavily Democratic cities where Trump did not receive a majority of the vote in either the 2020 or 2016 elections. So, in the last year or so, the Democrats or the far left have been very effective in libeling former President Trump for something that the Democrats are very much guilty of.
“So what is that?” says the narrator. That is their silence, their cowardice in the face of black-on-Asian attacks in America’s cities. And these are attacks I’ve been writing about for decades, at least the last two. In my book Chinese Girl in the Ghetto, I wrote about them.
“And I’m sure that they happened on a daily basis long before President Trump joined the national political scene. And we’re not talking about racial animosity between the races; rather, we’re talking about the importance of being honest,” Ma clarified.
Carlson said, “I don’t think you’re supposed to be honest.” “Right now, that is the most heinous crime you can commit. But I appreciate that you’re able to take the chance and do it anyway.”