The Atlantic: 'Bigotry' Is The Reason Tucker Carlson Is Anti-WarChris Menahan
Mar. 14, 2019
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The Atlantic's Peter Beinart released a column on Wednesday suggesting the only reason Tucker Carlson is anti-war is because he's a "bigot" who believes Iraqis and Afghans are "too barbaric to subjugate."
From The Atlantic, "How Bigotry Made a Dove Out of Tucker Carlson", subheadline, "In newly unearthed recordings, the Fox News host portrays Iraqis and Afghans as too barbaric to subjugate.":
In the Trump era, some on the anti-interventionist left have developed a tolerance for, even a grudging appreciation of, Tucker Carlson. The reason: He's a caustic critic of hawkish foreign policy. The Intercept's Glenn Greenwald, the historian Stephen F. Cohen, and the author Max Blumenthal--all of whom agree with Carlson that the Trump-Russia scandal is fueling a new cold war--regularly appear on his show. After Carlson last month savaged William Kristol and Max Boot as "professional war peddlers," Democratic Representative Ro Khanna--one of the most creative and influential doves in Congress--praised Carlson on Twitter for offering "a devastating critique [of] interventionism" that shows "there is an emerging, left right coalition of common sense for a foreign policy of restraint."You see, if you only had faith in the intelligence and ingenuity of Iraqis and Afghans you'd support neocons bombing them to bring them democracy!
The only reason to oppose neocon wars is pure bigotry!
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