Twitter Goes INSANE Over Hungary’s Fascist President Praising Tucker Carlson: ‘Should Be on the Air 24/7!’
Viktor Orban is not a good guy. Indeed, outside of Putin, and Belarus’s Lukashenko, Orban would likely be considered Europe’s furthest Right “populist” leader, a Trump on steroids who also knows what he’s doing, a proto-Nazi. He is extremely dangerous and that’s almost surely why CPAC went to Hungary this weekend!
Yes, you read that right, CPAC Brazil with Bolsonaro has predictably begat CPAC Hungary, one step further right. Next time they’ll say “fck it,” and go straight to Moscow. What’s the point of hiding anymore? Notice there is no “CPAC Sweden,” or “CPAC Ireland.” No, they confine themselves to mature populist borderline openly fascist movements, and that is exactly the feel they got upon landing in Budapest:
According to The Guardian:
The Hungarian leader, Viktor Orbán, has told a conference of US conservatives that the path to power required having their own media outlets, calling for shows like Tucker Carlson’s to be broadcast “24/7”.
Orbán, recently elected to a fourth term, laid out a 12-point blueprint to achieving and consolidating power to a special meeting of the CPAC, under the slogan of “God, Homeland, Family”, held in Budapest.
“Of course, the GOP has its media allies but they can’t compete with the mainstream liberal media. My friend, Tucker Carlson is the only one who puts himself out there,” he said. “His show is the most popular. What does it mean? It means programs like his should be broadcasted day and night. Or as you say 24/7.”
And, as if that were not bad enough:
“We have to take back the institutions in Washington and Brussels. We must find allies in one another and coordinate the movements of our troops.”
Read the specific wording. He is not talking about Hungarian troops or American troops. He is talking about “allies in one another,” meaning the Nazis underground that follows Tucker and the Great Replacement theory and “coordinate movements of our troops.” Stormtroopers, S.S.
If this doesn’t send shudders down your spine nothing can. Those of us with children and grandchildren under 18 would leave them a completely different world should this country and others fall under the rule of people like Orbon or Trump again. Hell, people have mentioned Tucker himself running. We could easily fall into fascism under the “veneer” of a Constitution, just like Russia, and just like Hungary, both countries have elections and laws. They just don’t mean anything. Isn’t Trump already there?
Twitter went insane:
“We have to take back the institutions in Washington and Brussels. We must find allies in one another and coordinate the movements of our troops.” @floragaramvolgy reports on Orbán’s alarming speech to the Republicans at CPAC Hungary. Via @guardian. https://t.co/simSIBfsIj
— Idrees Ahmad (@im_PULSE) May 20, 2022
There is no more blaring, red siren alarm indicator of the @GOP’s self-declaration of being an authoritarian, fascist group than having their @CPAC conference in Hungary where authoritarian leader, Viktor Orban is their archetype for @GovRonDeSantis 2024.https://t.co/CahklXMxsE
— Fernand R. Amandi (@AmandiOnAir) May 20, 2022
There is no greater indicator of the GOP's threat to democracy than the fact that they are currently holding CPAC in the autocratic nation of Hungary with Viktor Orbán.
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) May 20, 2022
Viktor Orbán’s anti-Semitism problem – POLITICO.
@mschlapp and @CPAC are embracing this. They are endorsing it. This CPAC meeting in Budapest is an anti American abomination and should be covered like a Bund meeting in 1938. https://t.co/EMDaXS8hyn
— Steve Schmidt (@SteveSchmidtSES) May 19, 2022
What’s Republican Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart up to this weekend? He is in Hungary for CPAC, speaking in the same stage with authoritarian Viktor Orban. When frauds like Diaz-Balart pretend to care about democracy, remember that their concerns are always very selective. pic.twitter.com/TtDcJV8yAZ
— Thomas Kennedy (@tomaskenn) May 20, 2022
Steve Schmidt's outrage at both CPAC's choice to hold an event effectively celebrating the racist authoritarianism of Viktor Orban and also at the general indifference of the public to the growing menace of the global anti-democracy ethnonationalist right is…entirely justified. https://t.co/yDwzkHbFFx
— David Rothkopf (@djrothkopf) May 20, 2022
CPAC Hungary schwag bag:
– A Vitezi Rend lapel pin
– "The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion" ebook
– Viktor Orbán's protestor tear gas, travel size
– Tucker Carlson Replacement Theory jigsaw puzzle
– Melania Trump NFT
— Mr. Newberger (@jeremynewberger) May 20, 2022
On the eve of the CPAC meeting in Budapest, Viktor Orban reaffirms his commitment to the "Great Replacement" conspiracy theory that inspired the Buffalo mass murdererhttps://t.co/ktAAV1p4kZ
— Anne Applebaum (@anneapplebaum) May 18, 2022
This is the scariest story seen since Putin invaded.
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