Tucker Carlson Nails It! All You Need to Know About GOP Governors Who Turned on Trump!

Editor: I don’t like to cross-post between my two blogs (I fear it looks lazy!), but it is very important that what Tucker Carlson reported last night gets the widest distribution possible. (I don’t know how many of you read RRW.)

Much of what is discussed in Carlson’s piece is that the Christian federal contractors pushing for more refugees are not truly ‘religious’ charities when they are paid by taxpayers for their supposed good works—so the topic is apropos for ‘Frauds and Crooks.’


In just a little over 5 minutes last night Tucker Carlson in a segment on the US Refugee Admissions Program and the President’s efforts to reform it, explains exactly what we have been saying for weeks in dozens of posts.

Especially interesting is the focus on phony Christian charity as Carlson’s millions of viewers learn that it is federal contractors masquerading as charitable religious groups that have successfully lobbied Republican governors—18 so far—to thumb their noses at Trump and ask for more refugees for their states!

It is vitally important that you send this far and wide. Hat tip: Brenda.

The segment begins here:


Don’t miss my post yesterday about CAIR sending wet kisses to Maryland Governor Larry Hogan when he became the 18th governor to say his state welcomes more poverty from the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

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5 thoughts on “Tucker Carlson Nails It! All You Need to Know About GOP Governors Who Turned on Trump!

  1. I hope Tucker does a follow up and exposes the Republican governors who have totally changed their stripes. I think Tucker is following your blog Ann C. Great segment

    1. Sure sounds like at least someone connected to him is reading it. But, there have been some good articles on the subject from John Binder at Breitbart and Daniel Horowitz at Conservative Review.

      Chuckling…I met Tucker once decades ago when he came to do a story on me for the Heritage Foundation mag. I was fighting to save my farm from a federal taking to expand a national park and he wrote a story about my organizing and fighting back (we landowners won, btw). I doubt he would remember it.

      1. I didn’t know you’d been through that. Sounds like you took a stand like Lavoy Finicum. I’m proud of you.

        1. Not exactly like Finicum cause I’m still here. It was the late 1980’s and I wrote a national newsletter on property rights that helped others around the country fight back against takings… It was called Land Rights Letter (but in the pre-internet news days!). There is a lot of similarity with issues like the refugee issue. Rich elitist insiders (who stand to gain something) were working secretly with government behind the scenes to shove something down the throats of rural America. (Down the throats of deplorables!)

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