By Burt Prelutsky

I am not prone to go overboard with my praise, but I do believe that Tucker Carlson is a national treasure. If the prizes for journalistic excellence hadn’t turned out to be mirror images of the Oscars, Emmys and Golden Globes, Carlson would win them all. But because his first allegiance is to the truth and not to the Democrats, he has to sit by while the Pulitzers and Peabody’s go to the left-wing shills at CNN, MSNBC and the New York Times.

For instance, although I had heard that half a dozen women had died of blood clots after being vaccinated for the China virus, it took Carlson to let me know that between December of 2020 and April 21st, 3,362 people had died after being vaccinated.  And that’s according to government figures, although the government doesn’t seem very anxious to share the information.

A large number of those vaccinated, the lucky ones, had experienced heart attacks and other ailments, including the onset of tinnitus. But at least they were still alive

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