Tucker Carlson released a second episode of his Twitter-based series on Thursday evening, issuing a clarion call for viewers to guard the moral high ground against the elites poisoning our nation. Despite threats of legal action from Fox News for breach of contract following his inaugural episode on Tuesday, Carlson remains steadfast in communicating his perspective.
His latest episode, already garnering almost 40 million views by midday Friday, shines a spotlight on the shifting moral compass in America, urging viewers to hold fast to their innate sense of right and wrong. According to Carlson, societal taboos once provided a stable framework for what was deemed unacceptable; however, the ground rules have been manipulated by those in power.
“One by one, with increasing speed, our old taboos have been struck down,” said Carlson. While societal norms naturally evolve, Carlson criticizes what he sees as an artificial manipulation of these standards, where new mandates on what is acceptable or unacceptable are dictated from above, sometimes forcefully.
Remarkable as always. This is precisely why they fear Tucker Carlson so much. Actually it’s more like terrified than afraid. https://t.co/p56SnaGalb
— Lara Logan (@laralogan) June 8, 2023
Carlson’s conservative stance is evident as he critiques the growing acceptance of behaviors that once triggered societal disapproval – from the erasure of racial boundaries in penalizing individuals to public displays of opulence, flaunting one’s wealth without restraint. He challenges viewers, stating, “Cling to your taboos like your life depends on them, because it does. Cherish and protect them like family heirlooms.”
Tucker went on to examine the ambiguous definition of “white supremacy.” Carlson calls out the disturbing trend where authorities tag individuals as “white supremacists” without actually defining the term. When the President of the United States highlights “white supremacy” as the most dangerous threat to America, Carlson insists that citizens have a right to know precisely what the term means.
“But what is it? That’s the question. Can anyone in authority actually define white supremacy?” Carlson demands. He underscores the danger of an undefined crime, resulting in fear, potential false accusations, and an imbalance of power.
Despite facing potential legal action and harsh criticism from his previous network, Carlson continues his candid discourse. Reports from this week indicate that Fox News is exploring legal avenues against the conservative stalwart for a supposed breach of contract. However, Carlson’s lawyer, Bryan Freedman, contends, “Fox defends its very existence on freedom of speech grounds. Now they want to take Tucker Carlson’s right to speak freely away from him because he took to social media to share his thoughts on current events.”
With his new series, Tucker Carlson brings an unapologetic conservatism to Twitter, weaving thought-provoking narratives that resonate with viewers with similar perspectives. His rallying cry so far has been: “Don’t let them rationalize away your intuitive moral sense.” While the societal tides might shift, Carlson asserts that each individual’s innate moral compass should be their guide.