Tucker Brutally Mocks Brian Stelter as a Character From Orwell’s 1984

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On Monday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson once again proved why he has the number one show on cable news when he did a brutal takedown of CNN’s Brian Stelter for his sadness over the demise of Biden’s Disinformation Governance Board (DGB) also known as the Ministry of Truth. 

Carlson started off by expressing his amusement over the former head of the DGB, Nina Jankowicz. “So, by far the most entertaining person Joe Biden has appointed to anything was that Nina woman he put in charge of the Ministry of Truth. She was so ridiculous and provably so that she’s out,” Carlson said. 

He then turned his attention to CNN and Brian Stelter: “but at CNN, they are sad. They wanted her there forever.”

  

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After airing a clip of Stelter on Sunday bemoaning the demise of the DGB, he sarcastically mocked both Stelter and Biden for their obsession with the Orwellian idea of monitoring what Americans say on the internet: 

They are going to help people not get tricked by lies on the internet. But we need the mannequins — some eighty-year-old guy who can’t even speak a complete sentence to help me figure out what’s real.

“That’s his view, he loved the idea of a Ministry of Truth,” Carlson noted in amusement. He then wondered why Stelter loved the idea of the ministry of truth so much. 

Carlson surmised that “Brian Stelter is in fact, assuming he’s a real person, basically lifted directly from the pages of 1984, the Orwell novel.” 

He then read from a passage from George Orwell’s novel 1984 which describes Tom Parsons who “works as a flack for the Ministry of Truth”: 

He was a fattish but active man of paralyzing stupidity, a mass of imbecile enthusiasms. One of those completely unquestioning, devoted drudges on whom a more even than on the thought police, the stability of the party depended.

“Now, we’re not saying that’s a perfect, word-for-word description of someone who currently has a media analysis show on CNN, we’re gonna let you judge,” Carlson said, barely able to contain his laughter, before adding that “in case you’re wondering, was George Orwell a prophet? Yeah, clearly he was.”

Ouch! Tucker Carlson does not miss. 

To read the transcript of this segment, click “expand”: 

FNC’s Tucker Carlson Tonight
5/23/2022
8:27:12 p.m. Eastern 

TUCKER CARLSON: So by far the most entertaining person Joe Biden has appointed to anything was that Nina woman he put in charge of the Ministry of Truth. She was so ridiculous and provably so that she’s out. But at CNN, they are sad. They wanted her there forever. And the eunuch is particularly exercised over this. Watch.  

BRIAN STELTER: This Department of Homeland Security board that was gonna try to bring together different parts of the government and what they’re doing to try to stop people from getting tricked by lies on the internet sounded logical, but this thing was doomed to fail. It became a conservative meme, they called it the Ministry of Truth. 

CARLSON: They are going to help people not get tricked by lies on the internet. But we need the mannequins — some eighty-year-old guy who can’t even speak a complete sentence to help me figure out what’s real. That’s the eunuch. He has a name, it’s Brian Stelter. That’s his view, he loved the idea of a Ministry of Truth. Why does he like that so much? Then it hit us. 

Brian Stelter is in fact, assuming he’s a real person, basically lifted directly from the pages of 1984, the Orwell novel. In the novel, the eunuch is called Tom Parsons. Parsons works as a flack for the Ministry of Truth and here’s how George Orwell, almost 80 years ago, describes Parsons. And as we read this, ask yourself, does this sound like anybody who has a weekend show on CNN? “He was a fattish but active man of paralyzing stupidity, a mass of imbecile enthusiasms. One of those completely unquestioning, devoted drudges on whom a more even than on the thought police, the stability of the party depended.” 

Now, we’re not saying that’s a perfect, word-for-word description of someone who currently has a media analysis show on CNN, we’re gonna let you judge. But in case you’re wondering, was George Orwell a prophet? Yeah, clearly he was.

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