SHIP OF FOOLS

by Tucker Carlson

The Fox News anchor argues that America’s ruling class is out of touch with everyday citizens.

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  • @Jesus101 @ElaineW73414395 @BillOReilly So you can’t understand that we can have a difference of opinion. I guess… https://t.co/ptZsDJQOUZ
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  • @TuckerCarlson I know you're busy. & I'm so sorry for the crap your family & you have been going through. But I jus… https://t.co/RW7xZ5vBG1
  • @TuckerCarlson hi m8 can I get a copy of your book ship of crooks eerrmm i mean ship of fools in the uk
  • @prayingmedic #Qanon #WWG1WGA #POYUS #DNC #RNC @5Strat “Propaganda exists because it works”, says Tucker. His book,… https://t.co/ZQPouoZJCd
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    • I really got socked by this book-meaning it told me things are worse than I thought tho not hopeless. This has happened before-the republic prevailed because it mattered to enough people to tough it out regardless of the costWTG Tucker!!
    • I was raised Democrat and switched to the Republican Party a few years ago, but now consider myself neither as I feel they are both the same party that just divide us by cultural, economic, race etc. They have totally ignored what is important to the average American which is being able to work and put food on the table. I have had an idea of what I thought was the problem, but now Tucker Carlson has explained what the problem is and why I feel the way I do. I feel that everyday especially since the election of Donald Trump the American public is terrorized by the politicians, media, academia, and the entertainment industry. I fear waking up one morning and finding the country on fire. I grew up as a child of the sixties and that was scary, but this is far more scarier.
    • This novel was more like sitting down with a good historian and having a fine political conversation than most of the books being written in our divisive country. Its filled with facts, recent ones, that show how our liberal representatives in political power have changed the playbook without so much as a whisper from the conservative base. What's up was down and what was down is now up.This is not a boring fact jammed book that needs to be read in small doses! No, this is a short but very profound look at what the "ship of fools" in the liberal left wing of politics has done to our country. Its now okay to accost anyone who doesn't buy into your color of a democratic republic, disrupt their lives, destroy their property, etc.. Tucker Carlson is a great TV commentator and as it turns out he knows how to put together enough information about our recent past political lives to make for a intelligent look at what this country is doing to itself.Tucker gives just enough information to help you remember this recent past and to groan over the passage of this once great Republic. And he does so with a sense of humor and some marrow divisive information. Some of the information is so astonishing, you'll think he's talking about another country; but unfortunately, he's not. Where once other countries looked to us as that beacon of light on a hill, they no longer envy our way of life.Don't miss this opportunity to quickly assimilate Tucker's information before it all tumbles down around us. The cover alone is worth the price of the book. We're sinking our own ship and nobody seems to understand nor care as long as they get to participate. Well done Tucker, highly recommended.
    • Extremely well written and thoughtful analysis of our culture, politics, and how we have been sold out by our leaders from both parties. Carlson has obviously thought a lot about these issues and logically explains how we got here. I appreciate that he gives a balanced perspective in this book, and I highly recommend it to anyone who cares about our country.
    • #1 in Books > Politics & Social Sciences > Politics & Government > Ideologies & Doctrines > Conservatism & Liberalism#1 in Books > Humor & Entertainment > Humor > Satire#1 in Books > Humor & Entertainment > Humor > PoliticalCongratulations Tucker!I had a bias to like this book: Carlson has been my favorite FOX personality for many years; way before he got his own show. My favorite story about Tucker is the one Greta Vansusteren did on her Greta Talk podcast. I even wrote about it in my own book about posttraumatic growth (You'll have to go listen in order to know what I'm talking about.)Here's my favorite paragraph from the book:"Trump's election wasn't about Trump. It was a throbbing middle finger in the face of America's ruling class. It was a gesture of contempt, a howl of rage, the end of decades of selfish and unwise decisions made by selfish and unwise leaders. Happy countries don't elect Donald Trump president. Desperate ones do."That's exactly how I feel.I became a serious follower of politics when Barak Obama was elected. I never missed a day to see how he was going to undo what the United States of America stood for. I started attending conferences and summits to learn all I could. But the moment I became a news junkie was the night I was celebrating my wedding anniversary in a cozy home on the San Juan Islands in Washington state. It was the night after the events at Benghazi. I asked my husband, "What is this story about?" He said, "Our ambassador and several others just got killed." Fast forward.Nothing in the book was new to me because I watch Carlson's show every single night. If I'm not home I record and watch later.This book is a fast read, and you can tell it was written in anger. Carlson said he wrote most of it on airplane flights. Smashing themes in the book are:Immigration - "You don't have to convince or serve voters; you can just import them."Elitist liberals - "Eight of America's ten most affluent counties voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, in most cases by a large margin." (The ones who supposedly cared about the little fella no longer do)Social Media - "Facebook sees and records everywhere you go. FB knows the stores you visited, the events you attended, and whether you walked, drove, or rode your bike...the company also knows much of your Web browsing history."War - "Liberals used to be antiwar."Free Speech - "There's nothing more infuriating to a ruling class than contrary opinions. They're inconvenient and annoying. They're evidence of an ungrateful population...Above all, they constitute a threat to your authority." (insert sarcasm)Carlson continues in the book talking about identity politics, racial diversity (how liberals now want everyone divided according to their DNA), global warming, male bashing, and the amount of filth in cities led by liberals who say they care about environmental issues.This book if filled with anecdotes, quotes, statistics, and history. Most importantly it's a smashing explanation of the 2016 Presidential election. Sadly, Hillary still doesn't get it. Yesterday she was on TV, once again belittling Trump and the people who voted for him. She has no insight.Hope she reads a copy of this book.