Tucker Carlson Makes Chilling Prediction on How the Democrats Will Try to Steal the 2024 Election

“Once you start indicting your political opponents, you know that you have to win or else they’re going to indict you.”

Political commentator Tucker Carlson has issued a grim prediction about the future of American politics and foreign policy. During a recent interview with comedian Adam Carolla, Carlson said the Democrats are well-positioned to clinch victory in the 2024 elections through a series of underhanded and desperate tactics. His warning came amid claims that the Biden administration has lost its handle on the economy and governance, emphasizing that the Democrats may resort to extreme measures to stay in power.

Carlson argued that the majority of voters will soon realize the incompetence of the Biden administration. He asserted that lies are inherently unsustainable, and it will eventually be revealed that the Biden administration’s lies are “so big and so obvious and so stupid … before the next election.”

Carlson also warned about the slippery slope of criminalizing political activity. He suggested that once politicians begin indicting their opponents (Trump), they set a precedent that they themselves could be subject to. As a result, Carlson claimed that Democrats “can’t lose” or else they’re going to get indicted themselves. Therefore, “they will do anything to win.”

So, what will the Democrats do to ensure victory?

Carlson quickly dismissed COVID because “they’ve already been exposed. That won’t work.” “What are they going to do?” Carlson asked. “They’re going to go to war with Russia is what they’re going to do,” he answered.


(Video via Chief Nerd)

There will be a hot war between the United States and Russia in the next year. They want it anyway. I don’t think we’ll win it, but that’s a separate analysis. But I think, as a political matter, they need to declare war footing in order to assume war powers in order to win. I believe that, and I think all the evidence suggests that’s true. So, if you’re worried about our politics getting even more vicious than it already is and people being hurt in our politics, which is entirely possible, you should be worried about the prospect of an open war.”

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