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Tucker: Don’t Call Joe Biden A “Wannabe Dictator” (Just Because He Acts Like One)

Tucker: Don’t Call Joe Biden A “Wannabe Dictator” (Just Because He Acts Like One)

In the fourth installment of his Twitter video monologues, Tucker Carlson methodically went through the telltale signs of a Wannabe Dictator, and how Joe Biden seemed to check the boxes.

The fourth installment of Tucker Carlson’s Twitter monologues dropped tonight.

The structure started with the reactions within Fox News, other media outlets, and Democrat politicians, to the Fox News chyron calling Joe Biden a “Wannabe Dictator.”

Tucker then methodically went through the telltale signs of a Wannabe Dictator, and how Joe Biden seemed to check the boxes even though he’s *not* a Wannabe Dictator. With each *not* sarcastic answer, it became obvious that Biden actually *is* a Wannabe Dictator.

In a sense it was a funny presentation. In a bigger sense, it was sobering to realize that Joe Biden and the bureaucracy he has leveraged have become increasingly totalitarian, repressive, and ruthless.


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This was gold, Yes, WAJ?

A sign certain of the arrogant tyrant is the refusal to take criticism. Old Joe has practiced this from the start with his turning of his back on reporters (such as they are) and walking away once he’s made some announcement.×650.jpg×512.jpg

People who were in Austria and Germany at the time of the Nazi ascent relate stories with thie exact theme, and with the shock of how gradual dictatorship seemed to come on, then all of a sudden: swastikas were flying.

It’s happened here.

I think we’ve passed “wannabe” in light of recent events.

Apparently Fox fired the guy that put that chyron up.

In case you had any delusions that they actually were trying to be conservative.

The puppet wishes it were a dictator, but alas it’s only a wish.

Behind the scenes, the puppet master gives out the marching orders to the inner circle of elites.

TC nails it again.

Never relinquish your self-protection, 2A assures and confers that right to every American citizen…which is why The Dem’s are desperate to undermine/eliminate it at all cost – bit by bit. Once gone they know there can be no real opposing threat. Think like a Colonial Farmer…this threat is real and will not go quietly.

    scooterjay in reply to Camperfixer. | June 16, 2023 at 6:36 am

    I think the IRS has double the number of the 87,000 new agents as the Biden regime is preparing to steal our retirement, assets etc by force to pay off their habitual debt.

Been calling him King Joe for awhile. A total scoundrel.

He’s right there with those pulling the strings implementing the police state.

Biden is indeed a dictator in his own mind. A vicious crazed drugged out fool like Hitler or Pol Pot. But he is controlled by a bunch of pretentious ignoramuses and aided by the viciously demented Garland and the corrupt Wray…and their staff of murderous foot soldiers.

Tucker Carlson and his crew are good and fast. Kudos to them.

Sarcasm is what’s wrong with Tucker. He can’t make a positive argument so he alludes to one that you yourself would have to make, if there were one.

It skips the “if there were one” part.

Sarcasm is the trope of teens and women. “Something’s wrong and you have to figure out what it is because I can’t nail it down exactly.”

    scooterjay in reply to rhhardin. | June 16, 2023 at 6:40 am

    I disagree. Sarcasm and cynicism go hand in hand, and both are learned from being able to distinguish truth from bs.

      rhhardin in reply to scooterjay. | June 16, 2023 at 8:19 am

      Sarcasm is just saying the opposite of what you mean. That’s why teens use it. It’s easy to learn.

      Cynicism could grow from making sarcasm a habit. The original meaning of cynicism would be being slow to believe in what a dog would be slow to believe in, e.g. the authority of uniforms.

      It’s easy to make a shtick out of it say you have a nightly podcast.

      WTPuck in reply to scooterjay. | June 16, 2023 at 2:21 pm

      Sarcasm, done well, is an art form.

        rhhardin in reply to WTPuck. | June 16, 2023 at 3:45 pm

        I can’t think of an example. There are great things that claim to be examples though:

        BC; Meet Smiley, master of sarcastic wit.
        XX: Oh yes? Say something sarcastic.
        Smiley: Pleased to meet you.

        which would be deadpan performance, not sarcasm.

        Anthony Jeselnik: I met a hot blonde in a bar last night and I asked her what she did for a living. “I’m a brain surgeon,” she said. Now, I hope I’m not being sexist or anything, but I was impressed. Usually women can’t do sarcasm.

        which would be great sarcasm extracted from the joke, owing to self-deprecation and awareness of the stereotypes. It would mean “I’m a hooker, what did you think” or something similar. Inside the joke it’s Jeselnik doing elegant sexism.

        Do you have an example of great sarcasm? I know lots of great positive arguments for stuff where typically sarcasm is used instead, but can’t think of great sarcasm examples.

    Corky M in reply to rhhardin. | June 16, 2023 at 10:13 am

    2 + 2 = 4. Most folks will get that.

      rhhardin in reply to Corky M. | June 16, 2023 at 11:24 am

      The mistake is supposing that a positive argument has been made when it has not been. E.g. “2 + 2 = 4. Most folks will get that.”

      It’s the moron culture, and it now affects the right as well as the left. It takes away a lot of the appeal of being on the right, which had been attractive by mostly reading stuff correctly. Moron mostly means tendentious readings.

      I attribute it to the shift of “ad hominem” from meaning appealing to the opponent to insulting the opponent. The former was more into careful readings.

      2 + 2 = 1 , incidentally, modulo 3.

      What’s the actual evidence that Biden wants to be a dictator? He’s just putting as much of leftism into law that he can get there.

        alaskabob in reply to rhhardin. | June 16, 2023 at 1:31 pm

        Uncle Joe Stal…. er… Biden is fulfilling the desire of the Left to rule by decree. FDR wanted the three branches of government to pull together like a team of work horses to pull the country ahead. Note…. no checks and balances just reaffirmations. As for THE ONE… taking Clinton’s point… stroke of the pen, rule of the land… cool! Biden and Agencies are ruling by decree….

          rhhardin in reply to alaskabob. | June 16, 2023 at 3:53 pm

          Everybody rules by decree when they can. That’s what majorities are about, especially in these lockstep voting days.

          The problem isn’t Biden but the dynamics of the news business. The only reliable news market – the news sells eyeballs not news – is soap opera women. They’ll tune in every day, news or no news, so long as there is soap opera. This was discovered with Jessica in the Well, long ago. Ratings soared and the news biz never looked back.

          It’s not even a majority of women, but it’s enough to pay the bills, about 40%. So soap opera news is what you get, and soap opera governs all public debate. You get lockstep voting from lockstep soap opera narrative lines.

          The Dems aren’t even the originators, just the followers of the news biz. They supply soap opera lines but the needs of the market rule.

          There’s right-wing news sites in reaction, whose market is entertained not by soap opera but by the latest stupid thing that the left has said in their news market. That’s gradually grown to include right wing soap opera these days, because clicks are everything to both sides now.

          Sort of leaving behind the amused right wing for the soap-opera hooked.

          alaskabob in reply to alaskabob. | June 17, 2023 at 1:12 pm

          No….not “everybody” rules by decree when they can. You are totally missing the significant difference between executive administration within the confines of law versus unconstrained dictatorial rule. Remember the first day of Biden signing E.O.s and he stopped and asked what this one was… and in the background someone said “just sign it”?

          The_Mew_Cat in reply to alaskabob. | June 20, 2023 at 2:28 pm

          The “soap opera women” may not even actually watch. Suburban swing voters have the TV on when they are doing other things. They may not really pay too much attention, but they do soak up the narratives that are repeated endlessly. But since they are the swing voters, they are the only voters whose choices actually matter. Everyone else is firmly in the (R) or (D) camp, and the only decision of non-swing voters is whether to vote at all.

        henrybowman in reply to rhhardin. | June 16, 2023 at 1:51 pm

        “What’s the actual evidence that Biden wants to be a dictator? He’s just putting as much of leftism into law that he can get there.”
        There, you answered your own question. Wasn’t that easy?

        Azathoth in reply to rhhardin. | June 16, 2023 at 2:06 pm

        How does one say that they have zero understanding of sarcasm without saying that they have zero understanding of sarcasm.

        See the rationalization above for an example.

          rhhardin in reply to Azathoth. | June 16, 2023 at 3:57 pm

          Typically the very young don’t understand sarcasm, if it’s a serious question. Why would you say the opposite of what you think. It makes no sense when you’re learning the positive meanings of stuff. As a literary effect, you find out later, you can allude to a deeper self by saying the opposite, which is the payoff of sarcasm. It seems deep.

          It’s not good in adults.

        Plebeian in reply to rhhardin. | June 16, 2023 at 6:28 pm

        No, 2 + 2 = 4. You can’t say afterwards that you intended to apply a modulus operation. Math doesn’t work that way. You have to apply the modulus operation to the 4 you get as the product of 2 + 2, so it is still 4 modulus 3 = 1. Try running the calculation without getting the product of 2 + 2 first. Order of operations will give you a result of 4. Why? 2 modulus 3 is 2, and 2 + 2 = 4. You can write this as (2 + 2) modulus 3 = 1.

        Or to use your own notation, (2 + 2) modulo 3 = 1.

        Why am I being pedantic about math? I think there is something self-revelatory about making assertions that run counter to obvious truth.

    henrybowman in reply to rhhardin. | June 16, 2023 at 1:52 pm

    A lot of times, I suspect he’s simply artfully dodging libel claims. “I can’t say that for sure, I don’t know. But look at the evidence for yourself.”

    DaveGinOly in reply to rhhardin. | June 16, 2023 at 1:55 pm

    “It skips the ‘if there were one’ part.”

    Yes, he did. Because he knows his audience knows the arguments, and giving them would only unnecessarily slow down the presentation. That doesn’t mean that the arguments don’t exist, and I’ll note that you didn’t say that there were no arguments. By not saying that explicitly, are you admitting that such arguments do, in fact, exist?

      rhhardin in reply to DaveGinOly. | June 16, 2023 at 4:00 pm

      In fact I don’t think Biden wants to be a dictator, that is, what would be a bad characterization or bad reading of Biden. It has more to do with the dynamics of the left-wing news business and keeping story lines going. It’s actually out of Biden’s control. He has to go where the news business wants him to go.

This is how we maintenance hands learn to identify bs and call it out with sarcasm.

Fox news editor let the truth slip out and then they apologized profusely. They should have backed him up. SMH

I don’t think that TC could have or would have done that segment if fox hadn’t pulled him off the air. So, I give a big applause to to fox for creating the opportunity to hear that fine TC segment.

This underscores the reach of new media. TC posts to Twitter and millions watch. Others take it in via blog post like LI still others via the large # of reaction/commentary content creators. The bottom line is the old guard media has lost its grip as gatekeeper and curator of what is deemed worth of coverage.

    The_Mew_Cat in reply to CommoChief. | June 20, 2023 at 2:22 pm

    Millions may watch Tucker but swing voters don’t. They only watch TV. They are the source of the Democrat power monopoly.

“It is terrible to contemplate how few politicians are hanged. ” G. K. Chesterton..

An apt description, Prof J: “… increasingly totalitarian, repressive, and ruthless.”

Perhaps it’s time to bring back the guillotine!!

    alaskabob in reply to Q. | June 16, 2023 at 1:35 pm

    Too final…. too easy. Off to the Chateau D’if to cells permanently sealed…. ignored and then forgotten…. sort of like how they treat the J6’ers

The_Mew_Cat | June 20, 2023 at 2:21 pm

Biden wants to be a dictator, but the cabal pressing his buttons are the ones actually in charge. Sleepy, creepy, puppet dictator Joe.