Tucker Carlson utterly decimates Australian reporter to her face for blatant lies in 5 min. of glorious truth

Unabashed truthteller Tucker Carlson is being widely praised for standing up to and utterly decimating an Australian reporter’s blatant lies and bull.

Much like their American counterparts, Australian journalists also love to lie, obfuscate, and deceive. Indeed, this much was clear as day to see during a speaking event on Tuesday in Canberra.

During the event, Kat Wong of the Australian Associated Press sought to portray Carlson as a white nationalist or white supremacist by completely twisting and distorting what he’d previously said.

Listen from the 17:30 mark below:

“In the past, you’ve talked about how white Australians, Americans, Europeans are being raised by non-white immigrants in what is often referred to as the Great Replacement Theory,” Wong said.

Carlson immediately and rightly called foul.

“Whites are being replaced? I don’t think I said that. When did I say that whites are being replaced?” he responded before challenging her to cite a single example of him ever complaining specifically about white people being replaced demographically.

When she couldn’t respond, he then proceeded to destroy her.

“I’m pretty sure I haven’t said that,” he said. “I said native-born Americans are being replaced, including blacks, native-born Americans. Americans who, like black Americans, have been in the United States for many decades, their families over 400 years.”

“Their concerns are every bit as real and valid and alive to me as the concerns of white people whose families have been there for 400 years. So I’ve never said that whites are being replaced, not one time. And you can’t cite it,” he added.

He went on to slam Wong on a personal level for being a blatant liar.

“We just met, but when our relationship starts with a lie, it makes it tough to be friends,” he said. “You actually can’t cite it because I didn’t say it and I don’t believe it, and I’m telling you that to your face. So, why don’t you just accept me at face value?”

Because she’s a journalist, and so-called journalists live in a world of lies and delusions — not to mention constant humiliation.

Carlson continued his response by arguing it’s “immoral” for a nation’s leaders to care more about foreigners/illegal aliens than about “the people whose responsibility it is to take care of,” i.e., citizens.

He then admitted that Americans aren’t having as many kids right now because of “the economy,” but stressed that the solution involves fixing the economy, not “importing people from other countries.”

“You don’t just go for the quick sugar fix of importing new people,” he said. “That’s my position. If you think that’s racist, that’s your problem.”

“I never called you a racist,” Wong responded, continuing with her lies.

“But of course you are suggesting it,” Tucker retorted. “I must say one of the reasons why people don’t like people like you in the media is that you never say exactly what you mean.”

Fact-check: TRUE!

“Your slurs are all by implication,”  he continued. “You’re about to tell me the Great Replacement Theory is racist or antisemitic, whatever. I’ve said what I’ve said to you right now like 100 times in public. I hope to, if I live long enough, to say it 100 more times. I think it’s completely honest and real, not racist or scary. It’s factually true. It’s not a theory; it’s a fact.”

How did Wong respond? By blaming the theory on several mass shootings. This prompted Carlson to exclaim “COME ON” in annoyance.

“How do they get people this stupid in the media?” he then asked. “I guess it doesn’t pay well. Look, I’m sorry, I’ve lived among people like you for too long. I don’t mean to call you stupid; maybe you’re just pretending to be. But I’m totally against violence. I’m totally against the war in Ukraine, for example, which doubtless you support and, like all dutiful liberals, support more carnage. I don’t.”

“I hate mass shootings, actually. Nothing I said would inspire anything. My views are not bigoted against any group. They’re honest. They’re factual. That’s not hate; that’s reality. My views derive from my deep concern for Americans. Americans aren’t having kids because they can’t afford to, and nobody in charge cares. So that’s my position. That doesn’t inspire mass shootings. How dare you try to tie me to some lunatic who murdered people. How dare you, actually?” he added.

But Wong still wasn’t done being a typical journalist sleazebag, though most folks would be hard-pressed to guess what her next question was.

“So, therefore, you support gun control?” she asked.

Say WHAT!?

The rest of the back-and-forth exchange continued similarly, with Wong and other reporters asking dumb questions, and Carlson in turn obliterating them and ruining their whole career.

Responding later to this back-and-forth exchange, social media users lavished Carlson with praise for a job very well done.

Look:

Vivek Saxena

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