Tucker Carlson offered his "takeaways" on the "Democrats' defeat" regarding Justice Brett Kavanaugh's successful nomination to the Supreme Court.

Carlson called Kavanaugh's swearing-in ceremony a "remarkable moment."

Introducing the justice, President Trump apologized on behalf of the nation for the heated accusations and climate during the hearings.

"You wouldn't think our leaders would need to publicly defend the presumption of innocence, and that it'd be controversial when they do," he said.

"The lessons of their defeat are pretty clear," Carlson said. "Creepy Porn Lawyers make bad national spokesmen, screaming mobs of child activists scare normal people who are watching at home, it is in fact possible to go too far and [Democrats] did."

Attorney Michael Avenatti represented accuser Julie Swetnick, who claimed Kavanaugh attended as many as ten "rape parties"

However, Carlson warned that on the Democratic side of things, a whole different set of takeaways was evident.

To the left, Carlson said, "the Supreme Court is a sham, the Constitution is meaningless and the electoral college must go."


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To illustrate that final point, Carlson played a clip of Hillary Clinton reacting to the month's events and saying that she has been supportive of the abolition of the electoral college since 2000.

Clinton said that former Vice President Al Gore's loss to then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush -- in an election marked with "hanging chads" and "the Brooks Brothers riot" -- proved such.

Carlson said Clinton was effectively telling states like Wyoming to "shut up" because they don't agree with "a majority of the kids in Brooklyn."

Carlson added that billionaire Tom Steyer, who is white, tore into wealthy white men on television in protest of the Kavanaugh confirmation.

He said that the left listens to Steyer "because he gives them money."

"Yeah, that's what Tom Steyer is against, people like himself," adding that "children of affluence" were the ones seen raging against the doors of the Supreme Court over the weekend.

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