Tucker Carlson told a very disturbing story on his show on Friday night.
He described a man, who is a liberal, who criticized Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter, and then found police knocking on his front door.
Is this still America?
Here’s a partial transcript, via FOX News:
Last week, Ocasio-Cortez sat for an interview on the Middle East. At 31, she’s a much sought-after voice on every possible topic, from economics to the way society is designed to the details of complex foreign policy questions. During this interview, which was streamed online, she was asked how to bring peace between the Palestinians and the Israelis…
Wentz is a man of the left, an anti-war activist in California. He wasn’t impressed by what she said, and he said so.
On Twitter, Wentz wrote this: “Her response was incredibly underwhelming, to say the very least.”
A week later, the police showed up at his house. Two plainclothes officers from the California Highway Patrol arrived, calling his name. They explained they’d been sent by the U.S. Capitol Police in Washington to respond to a threat against a sitting member of Congress. Wentz hadn’t threatened Ocasio-Cortez or anyone else. He’d merely disapproved of her opinions.
But the police seemed unconvinced. As he explained in an interview with The Grayzone, “they just wouldn’t back down from this accusation that I threatened to kill her.”
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But here’s the spookiest part: Ryan Wentz hadn’t included any personal information in his social media profile. Yet the police knew his name and exactly where he lived. How’d they find him? It seems likely that Twitter turned Wentz in to authorities on behalf of their friend Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Watch the video below:
Tucker Carlson goes hard on AOC for her attempts to silence her critics. pic.twitter.com/tvAwrBuGq9
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) April 10, 2021
The left called Trump a fascist for four years.
What do they call this?
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