Tucker takes aim at election rigging ‘goons’ Fani Willis and Letitia James

Tucker Carlson spoke out on the “ridiculous” charges against former President Donald Trump aimed at keeping him from the White House while he took pointed shots at the “goons” leading the efforts.

“If goons like Fani Willis and Letitia James can rig a presidential election, then obviously we’re done. But what can we do about it?” Carlson captioned a video clip posted on X Thursday.

In a monologue on “Tucker Carlson Uncensored,” he called out Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis, who brought racketeering charges against Trump and 18 of his associates for alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in the state. Carlson also highlighted New York Attorney General Letitia James who ran for office on the promise that she would get Trump.

After updating on the recent events unfolding in Willis’ personal life with courtroom testimony threatening to upend her pursuit of Trump, Carlson asked why the “decent” people of America have their nation run by “transparent morons who are corrupt and arrogant” and are “mismanaging everything.”

Carlson turned attention to the case against Trump in New York where leftist Judge Arthur Engoron hit the former – and perhaps future – president with a $355 million business fraud verdict. He highlighted a clip of real estate investor and co-host of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” Kevin O’Leary, schooling CNN’s Laura Coates over the ruling.

“Excuse me. What fraud? This is not about Trump anymore,” O’Leary said after discussing the “victimless crime.”

“When you get a developer that builds a building and he says it’s worth $400 million, and he wants to borrow $200 million from a bank, which happens every day everywhere on Earth, including every American city, every developer is an entrepreneur,” he said.

“You really think people want to invest money in New York after this? How about we go somewhere else,” O’Leary added after some heated back and forth with Coates.

Carlson continued his monologue by recalling how the New York district attorney immediately congratulated herself after the ruling.

“Today, justice has been served. Today we proved that no one is above the law. No matter how rich, powerful or politically connected you are,” James said during a press conference last week.

And she followed up by vowing Trump’s properties would be seized if he did not abide by paying the ruling’s excessive figure.

Carlson lamented that while the left continues to hammer Trump, the “big picture” reveals it is not just about the former president.

“What do we learn from this?” he asked his guest, former senior Trump advisor Stephen Miller.

Miller slammed James and her “performative illusion” of acting like the underdog taking on powers like Trump.

“No, you took on the leader of a voiceless opposition party in this country,” Miller said. “What you did is, you are the ruling class, you are the ones who set the terms, who set the conditions, who control all of how our legal system and democracy runs. And then you’re going after the man whose job it is to stand up to the dispossessed and the disenfranchised of this country.”

The message, Miller asserted, is: “If you out there choose a leader from among you to stand up to us, we will decapitate him.”

‘Trucker for Trump’ Jake Logan also joined Carlson, declaring that Trump’s voters and many Americans, in general, have had enough.

Members of the trucking industry “are among President Trump’s strongest supporters,” he said,  “and we, along with other MAGA patriot Americans have been watching how this government has been persecuting President Trump and we are fed up with it.”


Frieda Powers


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