I always knew he was one of us, closeted though he was by Fox News HR, like a world-class racing horse kept in the stable, like Picasso with his fingers taped together.
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“If you say, like, ‘What actually happened with building 7? Like that is weird, right? It doesn’t—like, what is that?’… If you were to say something like that on television, they’d flip out. They would flip out. So you’d, like, lose your job over that.
It’s an attack on my country. Can I ask? I don’t really understand. Do buildings actually collapse? No, they—maybe they do. I don’t know. But, like, why can’t I ask questions about that?”
What this proves is not that Carlson is particularly insightful – it doesn't take an engineering genius to figure out that buildings don't typically collapse at freefall speed neatly into their own footprints – but it does show that he's brave, and now he doesn't give a flying fuck about respectability politics.
This signals, in my view, the birth of an entity I have branded Dark Carlson.
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I always thought the 911 narrative needed a bit more thought to be believable. Why couldn't they have come up with something more along the lines of traitors paid off by Saddam/Osama/fill in the blank. infiltrated key positions in government, security, etc. to detonate and bring down the world trade centers? At least then, the narrative would look like what we all saw on 911.
Telling us all that for the first time in the entire history of this planet, fire brought down not just one skyscraper, but three all on the same day while showing us all footage of demolitions complete with an audible countdown of building 7 only adds insult to injury. However, I do see how it can also lead a lot of people to conclude that there's not much one can do when the powers that be are so brazenly pulling this stuff off with impunity.
"Dark Carlson" love it... when I borrow that one, I'll make sure people know where it came from!