TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Fetterman's candidacy, like Joe Biden's candidacy two years ago, tells us something pretty dark about the Democratic Party. What it tells us is the Democratic Party has such contempt for voters and for democracy itself, and so much confidence in its ownership of the media and of big tech, that it no longer has to try to win your votes.
Democrats can run Raphael Warnock, an aggressively anti-Christian, fake Christian pastor, whose wife detailed abuse allegations against him on camera, and that's okay. Still good enough for a Senate seat in Georgia, because the machine keeps working. It's not about the person. It's about the party. It's not about the individual. It's about the group.
And to prove it, they can even run mentally defective candidates who can barely speak. And not only expect them to "win," but expect you to accept the outcome no matter how transparently absurd it is. On November 9th, they'll be telling you that John Fetterman got 81 million votes in Pennsylvania, and they'll threaten you to put you in jail if you don't believe it. Why wouldn't they do that? It worked with Joe Biden.