‘We’re in legitimate danger’: Tucker says Dems risk ‘destroying the system’ unless they ‘pull back’

Tucker Carlson issued a compelling warning on Monday, offering a potential look into a frightening future if Democrats continue on their current path.

The debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump was proof to many that the incumbent is struggling more than this party wants you to believe. This was made all the more clear when even Democrats were forced to run damage control, telling people how to spin the debate to their friends and family.

This prompted Carlson to put his foot down and tell everyone how it is, and what could possibly happen if the left continues to attack Trump and deflect away from Biden’s obvious issues.

“Biden is done. Bet on it. Too many prominent Democrats have suggested he’s brain-damaged. They can’t walk that back,” Carlson explained on X. “They have to remove him, and they will. The only question is when. If they’re smart, they’ll do it immediately. If Kamala’s going to be the nominee, she might as well be the president first.”

“That leaves the question of Trump, and his sentencing on July 11. Biden’s collapse makes this a much more perilous moment than it was,” he continued. “At this point Trump is not just the Republican candidate, but effectively the presumptive president. If you’re going to put him in jail, it had better be for a very serious crime that everyone agrees he committed. Otherwise you risk destroying the system completely and forever. We’re in legitimate danger. Democrats need to pull back.”

This prompted plenty of discussion on social media, with many theorizing that the left is growing increasingly desperate in their desire to prevent Trump from winning in November.

Sierra Marlee

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