TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): So, Hungary has stayed that course thanks to the man you just saw. And as a result, it has turned out to be much more successful, by which we mean much more stable and much happier, than most of the liberal countries that surround it. That's true and that's why they hate Viktor Orbán so much. He's a living rebuke to their ideas.
And yet, and this is our second piece of good news tonight, Viktor Orbán was re-elected yesterday for the fourth time in an electoral landslide. In his speech, Orban described the victory as a win for sensible nationalism -- which it certainly is -- as well as a rebuke to quote "The left at home, the international left, the Brussels bureaucrat, the Soros empire with all of its money, the international mainstream media, and in the end, even the president of Ukraine." We should tell you all of those forces and people bitterly opposed Viktor Orban's re-election. And you can see why: He does the one thing you're never allowed to do; Orban says the obvious things out loud.