How to Convince Your Parents to Stop Watching the White Power Hour with Tucker Carlson

Hint: Show them this article.

Disclaimer: This post contains pretty offensive content from websites associated with white supremacy. I will not link to these sites because I don’t think they need any more traffic, but there are screenshots and they suck. If you really want to see the content from these websites on your own browser, shoot me an email and I will send you the links.

On April 8, 2021, Tucker Carlson began his show with a rant about how the COVID-19 vaccines don’t work, ran commercials from the one advertiser that he has left (MyPillow), and periodically stared at the camera like he was holding in a fart. In other words, it was a normal night. That is, until he began talking about the Democratic Party’s plan for “change” in America.

Carlson went on a rant about how Democrats are looking to “replace” the current electorate with new voters:

Now, I know that the left and all the little gatekeepers on Twitter become literally hysterical if you use the term "replacement," if you suggest that the Democratic Party is trying to replace the current electorate, the voters now casting ballots, with new people, more obedient voters from the Third World. But they become hysterical because that's what's happening actually. Let's just say it: That's true. If you change the population, you dilute the political power of the people who live there. So every time they import a new voter, I become disenfranchised as a current voter. So I don't understand what we don't understand cause, I mean, everyone wants to make a racial issue out of it. Oh, you know, the white replacement theory? No, no, no. This is a voting right question. I have less political power because they are importing a brand new electorate. Why should I sit back and take that? The power that I have as an American guaranteed at birth is one man, one vote, and they are diluting it. No, they are not allowed to do it. Why are we putting up with this (all my emphasis)?

Carlson was actually right about one thing: The reaction was hysterical, from both the Right and the Left. But Tucker (and Fox News) doubled-down a few nights later. Here is a direct quote from him:

Demographic change is the key to the Democratic Party's political ambitions. Let's say that again for emphasis, because it is the secret to the entire immigration debate. 

Demographic change is the key to the Democratic Party's political ambitions. In order to win and maintain power, Democrats plan to change the population of the country. They're no longer trying to win you over with their program. They are obviously not trying to improve your life. They don't even really care about your vote anymore. Their goal is to make you irrelevant. 

Carlson actually gave the game away in his first quote, as he noted that the Left would call what he was saying “white replacement theory,” and tried to rebut that point. But if “white replacement theory” isn’t really what you’re talking about, why bring it up? In reality, he’s just putting lipstick on a pig; if you are talking about how the Democrats are trying to “dilute” the “current electorate” with “more obedient voters from the Third World,” how naive do you have to be to not understand what he’s actually talking about? Carlson is essentially reciting a pretty explicit white supremacist talking point and prefacing it with, “I’m not racist, but…” Let’s go down the rabbit hole.1

Here is a screen shot of the forums at StormFront, a fully open and “proud” white supremacist website:

One of their stickies is a thread called “whites becoming [a] minority in the U.S. and Europe” (leave it to those geniuses to pin a thread title containing a grammatical error). If Carlson is worried about the Democrats replacing the “American” electorate with people from “Third-World” countries, do you think he’s worried about immigrants from Mexico replacing other Mexican-Americans who settled into Texas? Or do you think he’s actually talking about “whites becoming a minority in the U.S.” as a result of immigration?

The posters at StormFront certainly understood what he meant. In a thread where they discussed Carlson’s views, one of them says:

The very fine people over at StormFront tend to be big fans of Tucker. In 2018, after he did a segment where he said immigrants make America “dirtier” and subsequently lost a huge chunk of his advertisers, he was celebrated at StormFront:

To be honest, StormFront is tame compared to the sort of stuff that you see on 8chan, or 8kun.2 If those names sound familiar, that’s because it’s where Q (aka, Ron Watkins) posted his content while he was still active. 8kun is kind of like StormFront on steroids, because (believe it or not) there is actually some moderation over at StormFront. 8kun has none to speak of, which is why the anti-immigrant mass shooters from Poway, ChristChurch, and El Paso all posted their manifestos there. The image for 8kun’s politics board rotates, but it routinely features Mussolini.

As soon as you get into 8kun’s actual content, the fun starts:

If you are looking for a wildly racist viewpoint, you can find it on 8kun. And a lot of the posters sound like Tucker Carlson. It’s hard to screenshot content from 8kun, because almost every post is accompanied by an extremely offensive image. It’s also hard to quote people from 8kun because a lot of the posts are nonsensical, but as you go through their Neo-Nazi (and even the QAnon) board, the word Tucker used - “replacement” - keeps popping up:

they were an obvious, visible and large group of invaders, from a culture with higher fertility rates, higher social trust and strong, robust traditions that seek to occupy my peoples lands and ethnically replace my own people. it was not preached to the crowd, it was not taught by the state. a political and social stalemate that makes any advancement impossible. through our own actions and speech we shall show them a new path. ebba death at the hands of the invaders, the indignity of her violent demise and my inability to stop it broke through my own jaded cynicism like a sledgehammer (my emphasis).

Another:

this is cultural replacement. as i sat there in the parking lot, in my rental car, i watched a stream of the invaders walk through the shopping centre ’ s front doors. but it will take take some time, time we do not have due to the crisis of mass immigration. in this tempest of conflict is where will be strike, a strong, unified, ethnically and culturally focused pro-white, pro-european group will be everything the average white family need and long for. an act, which morals you doubt in the present, will be writ by your people in wonder and admiration in the books of history. few have done more to damage and racially cleanse europe of its people.

these greed filled bastards expect to replace our people with a race of low intellect, low agency, muddled, muddied masses just so their own wealth and power can increase. their is no shared culture, ethnicity, language, values or beliefs (my emphasis again and also [sic] to high heaven).

The dust-up over “white replacement theory” is only Tucker’s latest flirtation with a talking point straight out of Mein Kampf. A few years ago he was going on nightly rants against diversity, which earned him high praise from white supremacists. On a quiet Friday night in September of 2018, Carlson said:

How, precisely, is diversity our strength? Since you’ve made this our new national motto, please be specific as you explain it. Can you think, for example, of other institutions such as, I don’t know, marriage or military units in which the less people have in common, the more cohesive they are?

Do you get along better with your neighbors, your co-workers if you can’t understand each other or share no common values? Please be honest as you answer this question.

From 8kun: “their is no shared culture, ethnicity, language, values or beliefs.”
From Tucker Carlson: “Do you get along better with your neighbors, your co-workers if you can’t understand each other or share no common values?” It’s very strange that a random poster on 8kun who cannot use the correct form of “there” sounds remarkably similar to a rich white guy from Connecticut.

I know I’m piling on here, but I also wanted to cite to Jared Taylor, who is a white supremacist (I’m sure you’re shocked by now) and also runs the website American Renaissance. Taylor was interviewed a lot following Donald Trump’s victory in 2016 because he was at the forefront of the “alt-right” movement that supported Trump. Openly racist, Taylor outlined the goals of his movement:

Another [goal] is to slow, stop, or perhaps even reverse the dispossession of whites as a majority in this country. The idea that we’re supposed to be celebrating diversity, means only that whites are to celebrate their dwindling numbers and declining influence. I don’t think any healthy people wants to become a minority in its own country, especially for those of us who are living here in the nation that was built by our ancestors. […] No, I do not [think all races are equal], and I don’t see why anyone would (my emphasis).

Again, super weird that Tucker and these guys all seem to have the same talking points. At this point, maybe you are thinking that Tucker is not really on the supply-side of this argument, and perhaps he’s on the demand side; he knows that his audience wants to hear some Vanilla ISIS, old-fashioned white supremacy, and he is giving them what they want. But for that to be correct, you’d have to say it was a coincidence that he had to fire his top writer, Blake Neff, after it was found that Neff was posting on white supremacist forums anonymously. Neff bragged that anything Carlson read off the teleprompter during the show was “written by me,” which makes you wonder why some of Neff’s anonymous posts (“Black doods staying inside playing Call of Duty is probably one of the biggest factors keeping crime down.”) never made it on to Tucker’s show.

You’d also have to assume that it’s a coincidence that the publication Carlson founded, The Daily Caller, has had to fire half a newsroom because their reporters repeatedly ended up being secret white nationalists. And then you’d also have to assume that Tucker Carlson disagrees with 2004’s Tucker Carlson, who similarly criticized diversity and praised Pat Buchanan, an anti-immigrant bigot that even DONALD J. TRUMP had the sense to call out as a “Hitler lover.”

Whatever the case of their origin, Carlson’s rants are being pumped into the television sets of roughly 2 million seniors citizens every night. But I want to be clear: I do not know what’s in Tucker Carlson’s heart and I do not know if he is a white supremacist. But one thing is undebatable, 100%, objectively crystal clear: Even if he isn’t a white supremacist, he certainly sounds like one.


That was heavy. I do not have any should-reads. I do have this fun bonus post from the StormFront forum. I am not sure if the guy who posted this is the dumbest person on the planet, but he had better be praying that the actual dumbest person doesn’t die:


I changed my mind. Maybe we should end with a drink, and also a should-read. The Kentucky Derby is coming up, and that means it is Mint Julep season, which means more bourbon. For the should-read, dive into this piece on bourbon and Trump’s trade war by Daniel McGraw. For the boozing, check this out:

This is called a Kentucky Maid, a simpler, younger cousin of the Mint Julep. Here is the thing about Mint Juleps: They are relatively simple to make but they are not the same if you do not have the crushed ice and the special tin glass thingy. And no one has those things on hand.

The Kentucky Maid is something you can make in your kitchen. Here is the recipe from Death and Co.’s Cocktail Codex (which is a cocktail book I have bought for a million people and you should buy it too):

5 Mint Leaves
3 Slices Cucumber
3/4 Ounce Simple Syrup
2 Ounces Bourbon
1 Ounce Lime Juice

Put the mint in a shaker and top with the cucumbers. Add the simple syrup and muddle, making sure to break up the cucumber skins. Add the bourbon and lime juice and shake with ice. Strain into an old-fashioned glass. Garnish with a mint sprig skewered through a cucumber wheel. Drink and enjoy.


Have a great week my beautiful babies, and try to keep your parents from watching Tucker Carlson.

1

The “rabbit hole” is really significant, because in white supremacist language (and also in QAnon language, WHICH IS LINKED) that means you have taken the “red pill,” which is reference in an 8kun post above. When you “red pill” someone, it means you have started to show them the fundamental truths:

  1. Jews control the world.

  2. The Jews control Hollywood, which controls all of us and convinces us that things like diversity, immigration, and equality are good.

  3. Through those things, the Jews and the bad races (black people) are out to end the white race.

A fundamental core of white supremacism is a belief in conspiracy theories, almost all of which - at the core- have their roots in anti-Semitism.

2

8chan was founded by Frederick Brennan, who sold it to Jim and Ron Watkins. Brennan eventually became horrified by what they let the site become and sued them to change the name and disassociate it from himself.