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    ‘America First’ begins with families first: Tucker Carlson

    Updated: January 3, 2019 at 4:50 pm EST  See Comments

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    January 3, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – In a stirring 15-minute monologue last night, Tucker Carlson blasted America’s ruling classes for not caring about fellow Americans and demanded that they put “families first.”

    Carlson, eponymous host of Fox News show Tucker Carlson Tonight, began by responding to an attack Mitt Romney recently made on President Donald Trump in the Washington Post. Carlson’s overarching message was that power struggles between American plutocrats are irrelevant compared to their indifference to the vast majority of Americans.

    “We’re ruled by mercenaries who feel no long-term obligation to the people they rule,” the TV host said. “They have no skin in this game, and it shows.”

    “They can’t solve our problems,” he continued. “They don’t even bother to understand our problems.”

    Carlson wondered aloud what kind of America our grandchildren will inherit.

    “What kind of country will it be then? How do we want our grandchildren to live?” he asked. “Those are the only questions that matter.”

    The answer used to be obvious, Carlson observed: “more prosperity, meaning cheaper consumer goods.”

    “But is that still true?” he demanded. “Does anyone still believe that cheaper iPhones or more Amazon deliveries of plastic garbage from China are going to

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