Tucker on Worsening Divisions, Vitriol in America: 'The Left Feels Threatened' by Trump
Says Trump calls out the left on its 'BS.'
Tucker Carlson and Steve Hilton talked about on Sunday the divisive nature of American politics following the midterm elections.
Hilton noted an Axios survey, which found that Democrats view Republicans largely as racist, bigoted and sexist.
The survey also found that 31 percent of respondents would be disappointed if someone in their family married someone with differing political views.
"For the left, politics isn't something you do to make space for the things that matter, it is what matters," Carlson said. "Achieving political power and wielding it is the entire point of the exercise."
The survey also showed that 61 percent of Democrats saw the GOP in a negative fashion, and a combined 9 percent saw Republicans as "fair," "thoughtful" or "kind."
Republicans, too, seemed to view Democrats in a similar light, with 54 percent of those surveyed saying their counterparts are "spiteful" and 49 percent as "ignorant."
Carlson also said that the left feels threatened because they've been "disempowered," a result of not being able to control or understand President Trump.
"The threat that Trump poses is the likelihood that he will say, out loud, what they don't want him to say," said Carlson. "He will call them on their B.S., on their nonsense."
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