Watch: Tucker Carlson Reveals The Truth About “Wars For Democracy”

During the most recent episode of his Twitter program, Tucker Carlson attacked the establishment’s argument that American backing for the Ukrainian war effort is about “democracy” and asserted that “wars for democracy ultimately cancel democracy throughout the process.”

In an episode entitled “Irony Alert: The war over democracy allows dictatorship,” Carlson played a number of clips of politicians, including Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), and Representative Mike McCaul (R-TX), who said that backing Volodymyr Zelensky along with Ukraine in their conflict with Russia is about defending “democracy.”

“According to Pelosi, the Ukrainian people have been fighting for both their democracy and ours. That also applies to ours. In other words, we cannot have democracy here without democracy in Ukraine,” Carlson added. “We are not free if the Ukrainians are not. We have to make sure they can cast ballots in Kyiv. so that we may keep casting our votes in Kansas City.”

Carlson drew attention to the fact that Zelensky had just said that elections in his county would only take place if they succeeded in their war with Russia.

“Will Ukraine hold elections next year?” In a segment, Carlson showed, Zelensky was questioned by a reporter.

“This is a universal query. There will be if we win,” Zelensky said, according to the video’s captioning. “Therefore, there won’t be a war or martial law. By law, elections must be held during times of peace and non-conflict.”

“Your task is to obey, or else. That is how we define self-government. Self refers to me, as the ruling power. That’s not your typical despot, either. That is our main ally in the fight for democracy,” according to Carlson. “Is this the person who just said he might call off the elections next year?”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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