Tucker Carlson went there: says "It's time we talked about the elite pedophilia problem"
For years, it was regarded as a wild conspiracy theory dreamt up in the basement of some creepy D.C. pizza shop. Today, however, the "elite pedophilia problem" has become a mainstream news talking point
, at least over at Fox
where Tucker Carlson addressed it openly in a recent segment.
Carlson discussed how those at the highest levels of politics, finance, and entertainment are child predators who feast on innocence to fuel their globalist endeavors. He also talked about Jeffrey Epstein, who even after being arrested for having sexual relations with minors was still hobnobbing it up with the likes of Oprah.
"How did he do that?" Carlson asked during the segment. "Why didn't anybody say anything? Why did people keep eating with him?"
"Well, at the very least, we can conclude, based on the evidence that there is a tolerance for pedophilia among some, among the most powerful in our society, a tolerance that you would not find in, say, your average middle class American family." (Related: Remember when Tucker Carlson called out
the January 6 "insurrectionists" as FBI assets?)
Anyone who calls out pedophilia is attacking the LGBT community, say leftists
There is also a problem of companies that cater to the rich, Balenciaga being one of the most prominent, throwing in people's faces that the so-called "elite" are kiddy-diddlers who revel in flaunting it to the public.
Balenciaga recently ran an advertising campaign depicting numerous examples of sex with children. In one of them, a very young girl was seen lying face down on a couch surrounded by candles, empty wine glasses, and a dog collar on the coffee table.
In another Balenciaga ad, the same girl, now shown clearly to be a toddler, is seen holding a teddy bear while dressed in sexual bondage gear, replete with a leather harness.
Displaying this kind of obscene wickedness is the new norm among the uber-wealthy, by the way, who obtained much of their wealth from taxpayers. America really is the sickest kind of system you can imagine, and all right in your face.
"That picture showed pages from a Supreme Court opinion that struck down a law designed to fight child pornography," Carlson explained about how this Balenciaga ad series was deliberately designed to mock the public in this manner.
"Whoever staged the photo shoot made certain to include a portion of that opinion that use the word 'sex' or 'sexual' four times and of course, that was not an accident. Balenciaga wanted you to notice. This seemed like a big story to us as we told you last night. Here you have a major international retail brand promoting kiddie porn and sex with children and not promoting it subtly, but right out in the open."
The corporate-controlled media on the Left, meanwhile, along with leftist politicians, insist that calling out this perversion and wickedness is wrong because it represents an attack on the "LGBT community."
In other words, molesting, raping, and now mutilating children with transgenderism are all just different colors on the LGBT "rainbow" that should be respected as other people living "their truth."
This is the position of Democrat New York City Mayor Eric Adams, who is among the many seen wining and dining with Epstein following his arrest. Is Adams a pedophile, too? What about Oprah?
"The media have no interest in covering the sexualization of children," Carlson says. "Their interest – and it's a very intense interest, tellingly – is in destroying anyone who complains about the sexualization of children or who even notices it. Noticing it, they tell us, is an attack on the LGBT community."
You can view the segment at Newspunch
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