Tucker Carlson, a popular Fox News host, delivered a keynote address at The Heritage Foundation’s 50th anniversary gala, characterizing the battle for America as one between good and evil.
Eye agrees with him!
Carlson was fired shortly after his speech for reasons not fully explained and in spite of the fact that he had 2.6 million viewers.
But his speech was one that showed why he was so popular.
He argued that the side of evil is characterized by violence, hate, disorder, division, disorganization, and filth, while the side of good is characterized by calmness, tranquility, peace, lack of conflict, and cleanliness.
Carlson urged Americans to assess and challenge movements such as the transgender and pro-abortion movements.
He encouraged prayer to protect America against evil.
Carlson also criticized government officials, clergymen, and educators, saying that they are among the “terrible people in charge.”
This one simple yet profound statement caught Eye’s attention:
“The last thing I’ll say is don’t throw away your hard-copy books, because they are the repository, the enduring repository [of knowledge] … because they can’t be disappeared, because they exist physically. And I would say a corollary to this is don’t throw away your relationships with people, because they can’t be disappeared either.”
For more about Tucker’s speech, go to Heritage’s article here.