Tucker Carlson Slams CNN And MSNBC For Encouraging Riots And Violence (VIDEO)

Following a grand jury’s decision in the Breonna Taylor case in Kentucky, a left wing mob rioted.

Liberal media outlets like CNN and MSNBC have fanned the flame of unrest for months now, often sowing the seeds of misinformation to make America sound like an evil country.

Last night, Tucker Carlson called out CNN for doing this repeatedly.

News Busters reports:

Tucker Torches CNN, MSNBC for ‘Encouraging’ Riots and Spreading Lies

Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson was on fire Wednesday night as he blasted CNN and MSNBC liberals for “encouraging” riots and spreading “demonstrable” lies in the wake of a Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to charge Louisville police officers in the death of Breonna Taylor.

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Carlson’s condemnation of the two lesser networks came during his opening monologue, and before the end of the hour, sad news broke that a cop was shot at the so-called “protest” there.

During his opening comments, Carlson played a soundbite of the wise words of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R): “If we simply act on emotion or outrage, then there is no justice. Mob justice is not justice. Justice sought by violence is not justice.”…

He then singled out CNN:

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“Look at yourself in the mirror CNN anchor, what are you doing,” he demanded rhetorically. “You know what you are doing, you are encouraging violence. Criticizing violence is, quote, ‘very politically loaded language?’ She’s scolding us? Really? That’s what they’re saying.”

Watch the video below:

CNN wants more unrest because they think it hurts Trump politically.

The left wants to defeat Trump and they don’t care how many lives are ruined in the process.


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