December 18, 2018
This is always the first trick of the Jews: target the advertisers.
Believe me – I am well familiar with this particular Jewish trick.
Several advertisers have dropped Tucker Carlson’s show after the Fox News host suggested last week that immigrants are making the United States “dirtier.”
Last Thursday, Carlson ran a segment arguing against the economic benefits of immigration in which he claimed the influx of low-skilled workers “makes our own country poor and dirtier and more divided.”
“Nobody even tries to defend it,” Tucker said of workers without a college education coming to the U.S. “Instead, our leaders demand that you shut up and accept it. We have a moral obligation to admit the world’s poor, they tell us, even if it makes our own country poor and dirtier and more divided.”
Note that no one is questioning the truth of this statement.
California is most assuredly dirtier and poorer than it was when it was a majority white.
And certainly Mexico is poorer than America.
And Central America is poorer than Mexico.
No one wants to discuss the facts, they just want to shut you up.
At least four advertisers were not pleased with Carlson’s comments.
On Friday, Pacific Life announced that it would not advertise on Carlson’s show, and the company would “reevaluate our relationship with his program.”
“As a company, we strongly disagree with Mr. Carlson’s statements,” the company said last week. “Our customer base and our workforce reflect the diversity of our great nation, something we we take great pride in. We will not be advertising on Mr. Carlson’s show in the coming weeks as we reevaluate our relationship with his program.”
You disagree with the fact that immigrants are poor, and make the places they move to poorer?
Please, do go on.
On Monday, jobs site Indeed followed suit, saying it had no plans to advertise on Carlson’s show in the future. The parent company of fitness brand Bowflex also said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter that it would no longer be advertising on his program.
Hi, Diane Indeed is not currently advertising on Tucker Carlson Tonight and has no plans to advertise on this program in the future.
— Indeed (@indeed) December 17, 2018
Online design marketplace Minted also announced Monday they would be dropping Carlson’s show from their advertising buys.
“We do not agree with Mr. Carlson’s comments and his opinions are not consistent with the values we hold at Minted,” the company wrote in a tweet. “Like other advertisers, our media purchases are done broadly across a number of networks.”
Of course, other advertisers are staying, and the ones who are leaving can be replaced. There will always be people willing to advertise. There are even people willing to advertise on The Daily Stormer, it is simply that if they do, the SPLC and other Jewish ethnic advocacy groups will issue various threats to them that they don’t want to deal with.
Fox News doesn’t yet have to deal with that level of pressure over Tucker.
But what this does is give Fox an excuse to go after him.
The executives can now say “oy vey, Tucker, we’re losing money because of your virulent hatred.”
And that will eventually boot him.
Everyone is getting booted from everywhere, and Tucker will not survive.
The segment in question was one we covered here on the Daily Stormer, featuring a conference with a Tijuana official.
The Jews are really freaking out over the fact that Mexicans speak exactly like Trump supporters when speaking of immigrants from their own south. They want people to shut up about this particular issue, because it makes no sense within their own ideological system where anyone who is opposed to immigration is driven by a totally irrational hatred for the color of the skin.