Tucker Carlson Condemns The ‘Identity Politics’ Of Stacey Abrams

DC: Tucker Carlson took aim at former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and the “identity politics” she defended in an article published earlier this month.

One day after Abrams gave the Democratic rebuttal to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, the Fox News host downplayed her speech, but called attention to the Foreign Affairs piece as “far more interesting” for those who “want to understand what the Democratic Party seeks for this country.”

“By embracing identity … Americans will become more likely to grow as one,” quoted Carlson, from a phrase found at the end of Abrams’ article.

“Ponder that, the less we have in common, the more united we will be,” Carlson said. “Is that true? Of course not. It’s absurd. Even Stacey Abrams doesn’t really believe it. Nobody does. Abrams doesn’t even bother to defend that premise, much less explain how exactly identity politics will unite this country.”

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15 Comments on Tucker Carlson Condemns The ‘Identity Politics’ Of Stacey Abrams

  1. Never expect logical thought from the Left.

    Their minds just don’t work that way.

    It’s the same as not expecting a pig to sing, you’ll just end up disappointed.

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  2. My lord, just what we need, Oprah 2.0.
    Stay in your lane fatazz, nobody’s clamoring for whatever it is you’re giving away hidden under the seats.

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  3. I don’t know if that counts as insider trading but Blue Horseshoe loves Oral B Glide floss.

    If she can distract Strahan from the little boys room for a minute, they could make a beautiful baby hippo together.

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  4. Re: her rebuttal to the SOTU
    I listened for a bit. When it got to the “My father hitchhiked to work and one night it was raining and he was late coming home so we piled in the car to go look for him,” I stopped. She is an idiot, and it probably comes from her childhood, if this story is to be believed. Which it isn’t.
    If it was raining, why wouldn’t they just automatically go and pick up her father, rather than making him ‘hitch’ in the rain?
    That makes no sense to me, but she is quite proud of it.

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  5. toby: my guess is there is no Washington Post / Politifact factcheck coming her way over that highly specious personal anecdote.

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  6. Next 4th of July, Stacey vs Joey Chestnut.
    Plenty of time to figure out a food source challenge.
    How’s Joey’s record with Watermelon,,
    This is when your vote will really matter.

  7. She touched me (ha!) when she talked about us, truck drivers having to buy our own trucks! I never realized how unjust that is! You guys owe me big, pretty big! I demand reparations … and a free truck!

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