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burger bearcat
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Tucker Carlson on the Glenn Beck podcast
GB podcast

Very much enjoyed this listen. Tucker has a way of making very complicated topics seem pretty simple. Basically, what's actually good for America?


Sput
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Plays tough until his handlers tell him to shut it like a good bitch


IslandBuckeye
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You sound like a guy that got stood up for prom.


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jackamo3300
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Very much enjoyed this listen.


If Carlson got through the entire interview unscathed, it means he didn't mention subjects, e.g., Tavistock, Frankfurt School, or any of the other verboten "no-go zones" that Beck avoids like Corona.

So Beck didn't end the interview abruptly as he did with that OANN staffer who dared make such an utterance in that supreme panderer's presence, while everything seemed to be going so well.

He and Hannity appear to be trying to outdo each other in the highly competitive world of pandering and fawning.


tigerpawl
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Tucker has a way of making very complicated topics seem pretty simple.
That's because they are. Democrats try to complicate them so they, and only they, have the answer. Ever notice when Democrats start to blur the lines, they always start with one phrase: "It's complicated".


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JawjaTigah
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If Carlson got through the entire interview unscathed, it means he didn't mention subjects, e.g., Tavistock, Frankfurt School, or any of the other verboten "no-go zones" that Beck avoids like Corona.
Can somebody explain this? I didn’t get the memo or whatever.


xxTIMMYxx
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re: Tucker Carlson on the Glenn Beck podcast
Give it a fricking rest


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jackamo3300
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Can somebody explain this? I didn’t get the memo or whatever.


During an interview with Beck by an OANN staffer, everything seemed to be going just great until the guest mentioned "The Frankfurt School."

Beck ended the interview immediately.

This was even after he had previously spoken about deconstruction and the "post-moderns."

Some insist that the dysfunction we see rampant throughout the country and the West with the loss of our institutions can be directly tied to two entities - Tavistock/The Frankfurt School that have been in an alliance of convenience for at least 90-plus years, and the acolytes they produced - which is now into its 4th generation.

When, when do you remember the late Limbaugh, Levin, Hannity, Beck, during their shows broaching any such subjects, and more importantly utter just one of the names of those hardcore revisionist marxians.

Just recently - after over 20 years in radio - since Levin is now going to tell us all about "American Marxism," he actually mentioned the name John Dewey to Hannity, but it's the only name he mentioned in the interview.

The American born leftist who acted as sponsor to get the real hardcore, anti-West, revisionist Gramscians here, and attested to their character.

After he also acted as a character reference for Alger Hiss during his trial for espionage.

It's an entire body of study about how we got to this untenable position.

It's not some residual from Monterrey, Woodstock, and Altamont, or that bunch that hung out in Laurel Canyon.

We allowed them in, and we've been paying the price ever since.

Now, over 70 years later it looks like the horse is out the gate.






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JawjaTigah
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Thank you, jackamo. The remaining question I need help with is this: if your description is pretty accurate (no reason to think it’s not), then why do the so-called good guys in media seem like they avoid any mention? Are they really just part of it all?
Disclaimer: I believe Joe McCarthy was right.


Landmass
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I've been listening to Beck for almost 30 years. He is as above board as they come.


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Azkiger
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Plays tough until his handlers tell him to shut it like a good bitch


Don't blame Tucker because the Kraken fizzled.

He tried to tell yall.


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Lima Whiskey
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Talking about the Frankfurt School will get you labeled as an anti-Semite.

Beck would lose his job, and his career.


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jackamo3300
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Jawja Tiger


Lima Whiskey basically answered your question.

The reason just about all on the so-called Right won't go there.

The staffer from OANN dared and he got abruptly terminated in his interview with Beck.

When you have types like Beck and Hannity trying to outdo each other in the P.C. pander Sweepstakes you're going to have no-go zones.

Notice Levin, every time he unveils a new book he does the maiden voyage on Hannity.

He knows Hannity will not ask any leading questions and will just sit there and listen obediently.

Same with when Levin unveiled his new book on "American Marxism."

Something about 60 years too late.

If you heard the interview, it didn't take Levin more than 8 words before you heard "anti-Semitism" twice from him.

Yet, he uttered the name of someone who acted as their sponsor and character reference to get them here - the American-born John Dewey.

But none of the hardcore, anti-West revisionist Gramscians who eventually set up shop at Columbia and after that many of the Ivy League institutions and then Stanford and Berkeley.

He only mentioned Dewey whose ties go all the way back to Wilhelm Wundt and the psychological lab experiments at Leipzig through Dewey's friend the American-born G. Stanley Hall who was a prized pupil of Wundt's.

Dewey, a very dangerous, compromised individual went on to conceptualize the approach to education this nation would take for its rapidly expanding public school system.

Another of Wundt's prized pupils was Pavlov.

The connections are there to be had by anyone really interested.

But even Savage would only speak "generally" about "those academics who came here during the war and infiltrated our institutions."

It's as though those most intent on ending the West all knew each other at various times, which seems to have carried over into today.

Amazing the multi-faceted, manifold assault the West has been under going in to now a 4th generation of corruption and chaos.





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