TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Democrats then declared war on their rival political party. Not, by the way, a metaphorical war, but an actual one, with soldiers and paramilitary law enforcement, and the world's most powerful intelligence agencies. They denounced Republicans -- even fairly moderate establishment figures who pose really no conceivable threat to anyone. They denounced them as dangerous terrorists. They likened them to ISIS and Al-Qaeda. And anyone who complained about this or fought back in any way was threatened with expulsion from Congress.
In other words, it doesn't matter what voters decided in November. In the name of democracy, you can no longer serve in the Congress, that's what they said. Nor are dissidents permitted in the federal bureaucracy. No one who disagrees with our beliefs, the Democrats have announced, can work in the U.S. government. Were not overstating it, that all actually happened, you saw it. Nothing like that has ever taken place in this country before.