Tucker Carlson is back on the air after a sudden vacation after stating that white supremacy is actually a hoax, leading many to believe Tucker was actually suspended by Fox News. It looks like after all the outrage from the mainstream media, the Democrats and Twitter, Fox News have decided to stand by Tucker and his attack on the identity politics pushed by the Democrats. However, it is likely his sudden "planned" vacation was strategically timed to allow the Democrat shitstorm to die down.
Following the recent shootings at Dayton and El Paso, the establishment Democrats and the mainstream media have launched a hysterical crusade of moral outrage on white Americans under the guise of attacking white supremacy. With many including Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders saying they will declare war on white supremacy. Considering what they really mean by white supremacy is really the white middle and working class in America, it paints an ominous picture for the future.
Nevertheless, Tucker was back on Monday after his sudden vacation and hitting Joe Biden and his zombie campaign for the democrat nomination.
Tucker calling white supremacy a hoax had led to a firestorm of liberal outrage from the mainstream media, leading many to speculate that he had been suspended by Fox News. This was followed by more rumors of Ben Shapiro being touted to replace him.
Mainstream media and establishment Democrats went beserk at Tucker, with many calling on Fox News to fire him for simply speaking the truth. Tucker pointed out, rightly, that mainstream media was going all out to blame the recent mass shootings at El Paso and Dayton on white supremacy when the vast majority of killings in the United States have nothing to do with race.
In fact, the El Paso shooter has not been formally connected to the so-called manifesto found on 8chan and the Dayton shooter was a committed leftist.
Tucker accused the establishment Democrats of dividing America, keeping everyone focused on race and not on the wealthy establishment. Or more to the point to keep Americans from noticing the economic divide, or class. This is in reference to the dwindling white middle class in America.