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Earlier this week, Tucker Carlson spoke for 30 minutes at the RiskOn360 Global Success Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. In that relatively short talk, he looked with foreboding to 2024.
“I’m just telling you, once again, what you already know, which is — this is going to be — the next year is gonna be, I think — I’d bet my house on it — really like nothing we’ve ever seen in the country, and everyone can kinda feel that,” Carlson told the audience.
At the same time, however, Carlson offered a remedy for the anxiety — a remedy, in fact, that would have appealed to the great 19th-century abolitionist-turned-civil-rights-leader, Frederick Douglass.
In our present “volatile moment,” Carlson acknowledged that everyone has good reason to feel “angry and paranoid.”
In fact, when he posted his speech to the social media platform X on Tuesday, Carlson emphasized the role of intuition in understanding the situation we face.
“Always trust your gut. If you feel like they’re lying to you, they are,” the former Fox News host tweeted.
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