TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Under normal circumstances, the residents of Martha's Vineyard would have no choice but to smile and say, "Thank you, Governor DeSantis." When government officials send you the blessed gift of diverse immigrants or refugees, you must accept. That's the rule.
It doesn't matter how disruptive these new people are. It's irrelevant how much they cost to support or how dramatically your quality of life may decline after they arrive. It doesn't matter if the crime rate spikes, if your daughter is afraid to go outside, if the schools become unusable, the hospitals fall apart. It doesn't matter, you never complain. You take it like a man.
You don't even mention that it's happening, even in private text messages to your friends. If you do, you're a dangerous racist. You could wind up on a government list. That's how America works. Everybody knows it because it's been going on for a very long time. That's the rule. But it turns out the people of Martha's Vineyard aren't just anyone, they're the people who make the rules. And in this case, they had no intention of following them, not even for a day.