Courtesy of CNN:

On Friday afternoon President Trump praised Tucker Carlson along with other conservative Fox News stars. “We have great people,” Trump said.

A few hours later Carlson tore into Trump’s decision to authorize the US airstrike that killed Iran’s top general Qasem Soleimani.
While he mostly refrained from criticized Trump directly, Carlson condemned “chest-beaters” who advocate for foreign interventions. He asked four questions that made clear his anti-war point of view: “Is Iran really the greatest threat we face? And who’s actually benefiting from this? And why are we continuing to ignore the decline of our own country in favor of jumping into another quagmire from which there is no obvious exit? By the way, if we’re still in Afghanistan, 19 years, sad years, later, what makes us think there’s a quick way out of Iran?”

“Nobody is thinking like that right now,” Carlson added. “Instead, chest-beaters like Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska are making the usual war-like noises, the noises they always make.

When Trump loses a brown noser like Tucker Carlson that should be huge indication that he has really crossed a line. 

And there are even folks inside of Trump’s own administration who are refusing to echo the current talking points. 

Trump and his cohorts are saying that Iran was planning attacks on Americans, but his head of DHS has no idea what he is talking about.

Courtesy of Business Insider

Iran has vowed to avenge the death of top general Qassem Soleimani, after he was killed in an US airstrike on Friday. But the head of the Department of Homeland Security says there’s not active threat from the Middle Eastern nation.

Following Soleimani’s assassination, DHS Acting Secretary Chad Wolf said he had met twice with senior leadership within his department to “assess potential new threats and component actions to respond to the constantly evolving threat landscape.”

They determined that “there are currently no specific, credible threats against our homeland.”

Wolf added that DHS is continuing to monitor the situation, and is working with “Federal, State and local partners to ensure the safety of every American.”

However, at least one nation is presenting a real and viable threat to another country.


Attacking culture sites is forbidden and would be considered a war crime.

So who is being provocative again?