Tucker Carlson: The United States needs "an honest adult conversation" about "what the next 100 years looks like demographically"
Carlson: "America isn't the only country facing economic pressure and social volatility from unrestrained immigration"
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From the November 28 edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight:
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TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): America isn't the only country facing economic pressure and social volatility from unrestrained immigration. Just three years ago, Europe faced its own wave of migrants from Africa and the Middle East. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel responded to this by accepting nearly a million migrants in a single year. Adjusted for population, that would be like this country taking in 4 million in just 12 months.
CARLSON: I think that's what we need in the United States, is an honest adult conversation about what we can afford, what's good for our country, and what the next 100 years looks like demographically. We can't have that conversation here. Can Germans have it?
RICHARD GRENELL (U.S. AMBASSADOR TO GERMANY): Look, I think the United States is having a better conversation than the Germans, to be honest.
GRENELL: So, while some in the media and Germany will try to push this into saying, "Well, you are a radical far-right person," the reality is is that normal everyday Germans and Europeans are clamoring for leaders who wants to have safe and secure borders and an orderly process.
CARLSON: Well if they want to create radicals, they should keep lying to the population, because that's what they're going to get.