Tucker Carlson brands Joe Biden a 'non-threatening hologram' and says he may ‘not be capable of thinking’
8th November 2020

FOX News host Tucker Carlson has claimed Joe Biden is a "hologram" and that he may "not be capable of thinking".

During the bizarre introduction to his Friday night show Carlson, the conservative commentator, warned that the former vice president was "the vapor candidate".

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Carlson, who is one of Donald Trump's biggest cheerleaders, said: "We have no clue what Joe Biden actually thinks, or even if he's capable of thinking.

"He hasn't told us and no one's made him tell us for a full year. 

"In fact, it's becoming clear there is no Joe Biden. The man you may remember from the 1980s is gone.

"What remains is a projection of sorts, a hologram designed to mimic the behavior of a non-threatening political candidate: 'Relax, Joe Biden's here. He smiles a lot. Everything's fine.'

"That's the message from the vapor candidate."

Carlson's strange monologue continued as then claimed that Biden's supporters want to make Americans "drink Starbucks every day".

He continued: "They have lots of power and they plan to wield that power, whether you like it or not.

"It's all starting to look a lot like oligarchy at this point.

"They demand obedience to diversity, which is to say, legitimate differences between people is the last thing they want."

Carlson, who's show has some the highest ratings on Fox News, added: "These people seek absolute sameness, total uniformity. You're happy with your corner coffee shop? 

"They want to make you drink Starbucks every day from now until forever, no matter how it tastes. That's the future."

It comes as Biden is on the cusp of being declared the president-elect after a knife-edge election across several battleground states.

It comes as Trump has reportedly "no plans" to concede the election and has raged that "BAD THINGS" happened at vote counts.

The President has not prepared a concession speech and has told allies that he has no intention of admitting defeat, campaign insiders told CNN.

According to the report, the Republican's view that the election was "stolen", despite a lack of evidence, is being supported by his adult sons and some senior aides.

Trump has continued to peddle claims that the Democrats are "stealing the election" without providing any evidence as his chances of being re-elected slip away.

Ellen Weintraub, with the Federal Election Commission, told CNN this morning "there really has been no evidence of fraud" in the election this year.

She said: "There is no evidence of any kind of voter fraud. There is no evidence of illegal votes being cast.

"There really has been no evidence of fraud. None of the complaints have attached any evidence of fraud."








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