The conventions are in the books and all hell is breaking loose in the presidential campaign.
And the ground is shifting between Joe Biden’s feet.
Tucker Carlson leveled with Americans on the one reason Trump will win the election.
The Democrats’ refusal to forcefully condemn the Black Lives Matter rioting and looting provided Donald Trump an opening to overcome Joe Biden’s lead in the polls.
That exploded into a full on crisis for Democrats after Joe Biden voters razed the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin to the ground following the police shooting accused sexual predator Jacob Blake after Blake allegedly fought with the police and wielded a knife.
Democrats’ consent through silence on the riots caused Americans to reconsider Donald Trump’s law and order message, and an expertly staged Republican Convention convinced Tucker Carlson that for the first time in months, Donald Trump was likely to win re-election.
Carlson explained that the left rejecting American tradition of settling disputes at the ballot box and instead resorting to violence turned voters against Joe Biden’s campaign.
“In our country, free speech is allowed. Violence is not allowed. What separates American democracy from Taliban theocracy, for example, is that in America, people can disagree with one another and disagree with the government without fearing for their lives. This used to be obvious. It was the foundation of our civic life,” Carlson stated.
Joe Biden cannot criticize this behavior because those are his voters in the streets terrorizing cities.
Carlson stated that Donald Trump was free from this constraint and that is why the momentum was on his side for the first time since March.
“But Donald Trump doesn’t have to, and so he said it, and as a result, for the first time since the Wuhan coronavirus arrived here, the President seemed likely to win reelection,” Carlson added.
An incident after Donald Trump’s acceptance speech exemplified this changing dynamic.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser refused to provide police protection for attendees leaving the White House even though an angry mob gathered on the streets.
A viral video of Joe Biden supporters stalking and threatening to kill Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and his wife Kelley exploded on social media and caused another political headache for Democrats as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris refused to condemn their voters’ act of domestic terrorism.
Kelley Paul wrote about the life-threatening ordeal in The Washington Times.
“In the minutes before the police with the bikes showed up, we were completely encircled and surrounded, pressed up against two cops who — we were surrounded by people who were screaming in our faces, yelling that they were going to F us up, screaming, ‘Say her name,’” Kelley Paul wrote.
Kelley Paul wrote that she realized there was no reasoning with this mob and that these Joe Biden voters just as soon would have murdered her and her husband on the street had police officers not been there to protect them.
“And at one point, you know, at first I was trying to look in their eyes and trying to have any kind of reason or to see someone as a human being, and I realized, they did not see us as human beings,” Kelley Paul continued. “We were Trump supporters, so they absolutely despised us… But in that moment, it was just like this bloodthirsty mob, and all I could think of was the man who was kicked in the head in Portland, you know, a week ago or the man whose jaw was broken or eight-year-old, Secoriea Turner. I really felt that we were going to lose our lives. I thought someone was going to throw a brick. I mean, it was the most terrifying moment in my entire life,” Kelley Paul added.
The visuals of a bloodthirsty gang of Joe Biden voters chasing a Republican Senator and his wife down the streets of Washington capped a week where Democrats’ tolerance of ongoing civil unrest will swing the momentum in the 2020 election.
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