If Donald Trump were to lose the 2020 election, a victory for the former Vice President Joe Biden would allow the “radicals who control” him to “remake the country” warned Tucker Carlson.
Carlson, the host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” says the president needs to re-establish his “core appeal’” as present polls show Biden leading in key battleground states.

Fox polls show Biden leading the president in key states. (Screenshot/Fox News)

Recalling the main reasons why voters chose Donald Trump in the 2016 election, he said, “Alone among national leaders, Donald Trump warned Americans for decades about China [CCP] and the perils of globalization. Everything about the war on coronavirus proved Donald Trump right,” Carlson said. “China [CCP] really is our main global adversary.

“The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) really does want to take over the world. Meanwhile, the fact that we sent our manufacturing base abroad really has weakened us badly. The most powerful nation on Earth no longer makes antibiotics. [We are] not as powerful as we think. All of that is very obvious now, after the pandemic, but Donald Trump called it,” he said.

“The core appeal of Trump,” Carlson continued, “was if things ever started to fall apart, he would defend you. Yes, he was loud and crude. Most bodyguards are. Only a man like Donald Trump was tough enough to fight the creeping authoritarianism of the education cartel and corporate America.”

“If Trump got elected, you could say what you really believe. The basic promise of America could be restored,” he continued.

When the CCP Virus hit America’s shores, combined with the backlash from the death of black man George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer, it created an opportunity for Democrats to deliver a ruthless blow to the Trump administration.

“Only the naive were surprised when Democratic governors immediately used the coronavirus quarantines to punish people who didn’t vote for them. Christian churches and small businesses were locked down. Weed shops and abortion clinics stayed open,” Carlson said. “Most Trump voters seemed not to notice. They accepted the restrictions without question. This was a health crisis and they wanted to do the right thing.

“So they obeyed. They cowered in their homes. And that’s exactly where Democratic leaders wanted them, cut off from one another, atomized and alone.

“The few conservatives who tried to organize resistance to the lockdowns were indicted or threatened with arrest. None of this had anything to do with public health, of course, it was electoral politics, an especially brutal form of it,” Carlson said. “Republican leaders, meanwhile, were remarkably slow to catch on to what was happening. Some of them aren’t very bright, but most just couldn’t imagine anyone acting with that level of cynicism and ruthlessness. Their good faith made them vulnerable to their opponents’ lies.”