Tucker Carlson’s top writer has resigned from Fox News after secretly posting racist and sexist remarks online. Fox News executives said they condemned Blake Neff’s “horrendous and deeply offensive” comments. https://t.co/gn4J2WjSle— The Associated Press (@AP) July 11, 2020
New: Fox News executives issue internal memo condemning the “horrific” behavior of former top Tucker Carlson writer Blake Neff. pic.twitter.com/QoKDN4S9rD— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) July 11, 2020
In the memo, Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott and President Jay Wallace announce Tucker Carlson will address the issue on Monday.— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) July 11, 2020
We’re going to stand up to cancel culture until a leftwing journo hack who used to work for the Leadership Institute and The Blaze and now works for CNN accuses us of “racism.” Then we will cave. There you have in a beautiful little nutshell why mainstream conservatism is a failure.
Is the situation ever the other way around? Does the Left ever cave and fire someone when they are accused of saying edgy things or “associating” with edgy people by mainstream conservatives? Are they cancelled for racist comments? Does anything ever come from all of James O’Keefe’s clever undercover videos? Of course not. There is no check on their diatribes against Whites. It is a one way street in which conservatives alone throw their own people under the bus.
Progressives cannot even do things like, say, maintain law and order or enforce the law equally or condemn looting and vandalism or say “All Lives Matter” to say nothing about people who make anti-White comments. Those people are hired and promoted at The New York Times.
Look at the language that is used here: “racist” and “misogynistic” and “homophobic.” It is the language of the -isms and -phobias. Mainstream conservatives allow these people to redefine morality itself as being all of these various critiques and therapies. They are pushing terms like “transphobia” and “classism” and “fatphobia” now. Why do you think they lost the culture war?
Have they heard of loyalty as a moral concept?