Tucker Carlson, who has been making waves with his new show on Fox News, is busy interviewing staunch liberals and anti-Trump critics while completely taking apart their flimsy narratives with logic and common sense.
Last night, Carlson had a history professor at Millsaps College (A privately-supported, four-year liberal arts college founded by the United Methodist Church) and Huffington Post columnist Robert McElvaine on his show, who is convinced of a Russian plot that helped get Trump elected.
The professor wrote in a Huffington Post article, “there is substantial evidence that Russia stole the election for Donald Trump”. I can’t help but wonder what evidence this professor has been provided that the public is yet unaware of, or maybe he is basing his conclusion on a single Washington Post article citing an “unnamed source” claiming to have knowledge of a yet undisclosed CIA report.
Tucker asks, “What is that evidence that Russia stole the election?” Rather than citing actual facts and evidence, McElvaine give the reasons that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, flawed polls in Midwest battleground states showing Clinton in the lead and the Podesta email hacks negatively impacting her campaign.
None of these points are actual hard evidence, but rather the end result of the mainstream media spinning stories to make Hillary Clinton appear much more popular than she really was. In fact, anyone who looks outside of liberal media echo chamber could have observed the hilariously low turnout at Clinton rallies and would have realized she had no where near the level of support that liberals were assuming she had.
Tucker Carlson asks again, three times, for concrete evidence, which of course no one (including the CIA) seems to have.
The bewildered look that Tucker Carlson gives these liberal anti-Trump critics on his show is priceless, as he is likely baffled at the words coming out of their mouths.
How does this professor know that Russia stole the election? He just wasn’t understanding that his opinions and hyperboles do not count as actual evidence.
The scary part is, this professor is actually teaching young adults and preparing them for the real world, which if they are listening to him, they will be woefully unprepared for.