TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Again and again we told you Joe Biden would never be the Democratic nominee. We were wrong. How did we screw that up? Mostly because we don't think like Democrats think.
The Republican Party is a coalition of business interests and conservative ideologues. At its core, it's about ideas. The Constitution, the free market, the basic principles of western civilization.
The Democratic Party isn't like that at all. Democrats don't fixate on ideas, instead, their base is a constellation of aggrieved interest groups animated by their hostility to traditional Americans.
They may not have much in common, but they're united in their desire to take power and redistribute the spoils to themselves. To achieve that, Democrats know they must stick together, no matter what. Group cohesion is the root of their power. On this show, we didn't see it that way.