Immigration Policies ... Massachusetts State Rep. Michelle DuBois (D) caused a major controversy when she posted an online warning to illegal immigrants about an upcoming ICE "raid" in the area. Many critics have said that DuBois' warning did a disservice to the community by creating a fear of law enforcement. One of DuBois' fellow Massachusetts lawmakers, however, is supporting her and pushing a bill to make Massachusetts a sanctuary state. Jamie Eldridge, a Democratic state senator, told Tucker Carlson tonight that DuBois was just looking out for the best interests of her community, including undocumented immigrants. "Isn't it a little weird for lawmakers to be encouraging people to ignore the law?" Tucker asked. "How would you feel if the governor of Massachusetts
Media bias Oh look, the media is hating on Christians again. How original. Imagine if the media spent even a tenth of the amount of time trashing Muslims as it does trashing Christians. [embed]https://twitter.com/MZHemingway/status/847807852198735873[/embed] Of course that will never happen because Christians aren’t known for tossing people off of buildings if you disagree with them. The worst they might do is PRAY FOR YOU … the HORROR! Sopan Deb of the New York Times tweeted the following: [embed]https://twitter.com/SopanDeb/status/847805056594391042[/embed] Don’cha love it when the media pretends Christians hate poor people? [embed]https://twitter.com/seanmdav/status/847811778046242816[/embed] Of course they desperately need to frame the Right (and especially mea
A Drexel University professor - who said he wanted to "vomit" after he saw an airline passenger give their first-class seat to a U.S. soldier - engaged in a heated debate tonight with Tucker Carlson. George Ciccariello-Maher argued that it's "irresponsible" to blindly support wars that lead to the deaths of Americans and foreign civilians, so he wanted to "yell about Mosul" when he saw the act of kindness on the plane. Tucker pointed out that Ciccariello-Maher's issue appears to be with U.S. foreign policy-makers, yet he's blaming the soldiers. "Why is it bad to give them a first-class seat?" Tucker asked. "Somebody's trying to be nice to guy who's going through all these hardships ... and that makes you mad. Why?" Ciccariello-Maher said it was an "empty gesture," and
education Tucker Carlson interviewed Martin Mawyer, founder and CEO of Christian Action Network, a Virginia-based non-profit that the ACLU lists as an active anti-Muslim group. CAN this week sent a “Letter of Demand” to the U.S. Department of Education and threatened a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of an Islamic education program offered through the federally funded PBS LearningMedia website. [embed]https://twitter.com/FoxNews/status/847257752321703943[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/FoxNews/status/847258900910923778[/embed] VIDEO : [embed]https://twitter.com/TuckerCarlson/status/847266863419498498[/embed] Here’s video of the segement: [embed]https://twitter.com/WilliamAmos/status/847267790247534595[/embed] Here how Twitter react
Republicans Started Acting Like Democrats Reacting to news that Massachusetts State Rep. Michelle DuBois (D-Brockton) allegedly tipped off illegal immigrants to impending ICE raids, Tucker Carlson asked what the response would be if Republicans did something similar. Carlson said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that it was "ironic" and "reckless" that DuBois, a lawmaker, would invite people to defy or ignore laws. "We live in a society based on the expectation that good people will follow rules and those who don't will be punished," he said. He noted the rule of law is what allows Americans to have a bank account, be able to eat food without fear of being poisoned, and so forth. "Undermine [the rule of law] and at some point civilization starts to fall apart," he said. He...
Tucker Carlson annihilated a liberal law professor from NYC who supports ‘sanctuary cities’ which ultimately exploits low-wage labor. Sanctuary Cities ‘Do you ever think ‘how did I get in this place’? OUCH! Tucker Carlson: “How did you, a liberal law professor from New York City wind up the spokesman for big employers who exploit low-wage labor? How did that..do you ever think like how did I get in this place? You are defending agricultural and service sector employers who pay low wages. Did you think you were going to wind up in that place when you were a kid?” Ouch! That’s gonna leave a mark! This is why we love Tucker Carlson. He shares the same frustrations that we do with these lunatic liberals. I do wonder if they actually know what they are doing or if the mental disorder o
Energy regs !! President Trump moved Tuesday to unravel a host of energy regulations imposed by his predecessor, targeting in particular the Obama administration’s signature program that was intended to curb carbon emissions – but blasted by Republicans for hurting the already-struggling coal industry. With a sweeping executive order signed at EPA headquarters, Trump initiated an immediate review of the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants. Surrounded by coal miners, the president described that plan as a “crushing attack” on workers and vowed to nix “job-killing regulations.” “We’re going to have safety, we’re going to have clean water, we’re going to have clean air, but so many [regulations] are unnecessary, so many are job-ki
Battles with Democratic Party In a radio interview, Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) said he has seen classified reports with "damning evidence" of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. He thanked journalists who have released stories relevant to those allegations, on the Michaelangelo Signorile Show. On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Pocan called for an independent commission to investigate Russian interference after he said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) "stumbled" through the investigative process. battles Pocan said that anyone who read the reports he has seen, like Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), would have the "natural reaction" of keeping Russian sanctions, which the Trump administration slackened. He called for that report to be declassifi
Health Care Bill - Meghan McCain Meghan McCain says there's plenty of blame to go around for the collapse of the Republican-backed health care bill, from President Trump to House Speaker Paul Ryan to House Republicans to the House Freedom Caucus. On "Outnumbered" today, McCain explained the American Health Care Act was a bad bill from the start, and lawmakers exacerbated its problems by rushing it and failing to to form a consensus. She said it's "deeply embarrassing" for Republicans that they have been unable to follow through on one of Trump's signature campaign promises, despite holding the House, Senate and White House. [embed]https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/845249587178819584[/embed] McCain said one of the biggest problems in this whole debacle has bee...
"This isn't a DICTATORSHIP" Friday’s press briefing, Press Secretary Sean Spicer was inundated with questions on the floundering GOP health care bill, including, if it does fail to garner enough support — something that seems likely given the bill lacks over 30 needed votes — who is to blame. While refusing to admit the bill may fail, Spicer responded to a question about if the buck stopped with Trump by saying this: “Like I said earlier, you can’t force someone to vote a certain way. I think in the sense that…he has done every single thing, the answer is ‘yes.'” He then continued on: “At the end of the day, this isn’t a dictatorship.” Then, echoing earlier comments from Trump that if the GOP members do not vote for the bill they may risk not getting re-elected, Spicer a