This Loon Said Trump Hired Nothing But Racists….Then Tucker Carlson DESTROYED HIM!
There are some people that live next to me that came from West Africa in the early 1980s and have been in this area since then. Despite not knowing me or my family when we moved in six months ago, they were the first to ask us if we needed any essentials like coffee or anything like that; despite a grocery store being less than a mile away from the house.
I was sitting on my front porch about two days after the election and the guy (we’ll call him Fred) comes over to hand me some mail that got delivers by mistake to his house and we got to talking about the election.
I don’t know who he voted for, and frankly it’s none of my damn business to ask if he doesn’t tell me. But one thing he said to me resonated quite clearly. He said that he just could not understand how all these black news commentators were going on television crying racism just because their person lost.
Liberals have evolved from branding everything they disagree with as “racist” – now they’re branding everything they disagree with as “white supremacy.” Tariq Nasheed, a liberal commentator who previously attempted to make the death of a terrorist (the student who launched a stabbing attack at Ohio State University last month) a Black Lives Matter martyr. Talk about judging someone by nothing more than the color of their skin, not the content of their character.
Later in the interview — after Nasheed accused Carlson of “tokenizing” Ben Carson — the Daily Caller founder read passages from Nasheed’s book, The Art of Mackin’, aloud for the audience.
“I was just reading it today, it’s interesting stuff,” Carlson noted. “Chapter 6: Guaranteed Ways To Get Sex From Women.”
“In this chapter, I will give you tried and proven techniques that will help you talk a woman into giving it up,” Carlson quoted. “I will also give you precise rebuttals to every objection a woman may have to giving it up.”
“You say, ‘the number one lame thing men say to get sex? I love you.’ You describe this as the ‘bold lie approach,’” he continued. “And then you say this, ‘if a woman isn’t ready for sex you 1) question her maturity 2) minimize the significance of sex and 3) tell her what you want to hear.”
“You’re advocating lying to take advantage of women sexually. This is in your book. I’m not misquoting it.” Carlson posed to Nasheed. “Why should we believe anything that you say if you’re counseling people to say ‘I love you’ and lie to women in order to get them in bed?”
Afterward, Nasheed complained about the reaction from “twitter Nazi trolls.”