It seems USA Today has contracted a bad case of “Trump Derangement Syndrome.” Thankfully, Tucker Carlson is calling them out on it.
Over the weekend, USA Today ran an editorial with the title “What Bannon shares with ISIL leader: Our view.” It argued that Trump advisor Steve Bannon and ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi aren’t that different in their world view. Here is an excerpt.
What does President Trump’s chief strategist have in common with the leader of the Islamic State terror group? Both Steve Bannon and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi share similar world views. Both harbor apocalyptic visions of a clash of civilizations between Islam and the West.
Bannon, the right-wing provocateur who used to run the Breitbart website, inveighed on radio in 2010 that “Islam is not a religion of peace; Islam is a religion of submission.” Baghdadi echoed those sentiments five years later: “Islam was never for a day the religion of peace; Islam is the religion of war.”
Each man spins a narrative for his followers of sprawling conflict between believers of Prophet Mohammed and followers of Jesus Christ.
To address the editorial, Tucker Carlson had USA Today editor David Mastio on his Fox News show last night. It didn’t take long for Carlson to dismantle their insane logic, although Mastio chose not to admit it. Watch as Mastio struggles to justify his stance in the face of Carlson’s insistence.
I will say this much for Carlson. He confronts and dismantles liberals better than anyone on television right now. The media’s obsession with criticizing Trump at every opportunity does make it easier for Carlson to unleash the truth.
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