Last summer, in one of his most important monologues, Tucker Carlson raised the question: "Can the left lead a country they hate?"
Can you really lead a country that you hate?
Ask yourself: What kind of parent would you be if you hated your children? What kind of officer would you make if you didn't care about your troops?
It would be awful. The results would be ugly. It would not work.
Loving the people you lead – caring deeply about them – is the most basic prerequisite of leadership. The leaders of today's Democrat Party do not. They despise this country. They have said so. They continue to.
That is shocking. But it is also disqualifying. We cannot let them run this nation because they hate it. Imagine what they would do to it.
Tragically, the left was able to seize power, and now we know exactly how they would govern this nation they despise.
Georgia's supposed crime was passing a law to improve the security of its own elections.
Never passing an opportunity to stoke the flames of racial hatred, Biden, without evidence, called the law "Jim Crow on steroids."
For enacting public policy he disagrees with, the President of the United States openly endorsed calls for Major League Baseball to move its all-star game out of Atlanta: collective punishment against the people of an American state.
Collective punishment is one of the most repulsive and dangerous ideas in world history. It is a plague on human civilization.
It shocks the conscience twofold: first, that a President could make such a hideous and treacherous pronouncement at all, and second, that our major media is so totally controlled by the radical left that their response ranged from ignoring it to downright praising it.
Throughout President Trump's term of office, he endured the false accusation that he was dividing America, when in fact, his accusers on the left were projecting the result of their own divisive words and actions onto him.
The left's tried-and-true tactic of accusing their opponent of what they are actually themselves doing succeeded.
Now that America-hating sociopaths are in control, it was only a matter of time before they began making war on the American public.
The people of Georgia will be their first victims, but not the last.
The question is whether the American people will tolerate it.
And, if their un-American gambit succeeds in moving the all-star game out of Georgia, will any of the players have the courage speak out against being used as pawns in the radical left's political games?
Tragically, the answer to the latter is probably no.
Which is why it is so vital that all patriotic Americans speak out.