Murdock told Tucker Carlson that many people on the “far-far-left” want American society to move in a radical direction. “I think there’s people who want total, utter chaos in the society,” he said.
“I think one of the greatest political slogans was that of Vladimir Lenin before the Russian Revolution,” he continued. “It was very simple, four words: ‘The worse, the better.’ The worse the conditions were, the more people would be radicalized and say, ‘Look, we’ve had it with the czar, maybe we should bring Lenin in, maybe he can turn things around.”
“I have a piece in The American Spectator,” Murdock said, “about the Democrat Party and how they have nothing but terrible ideas and awful solutions.”
In his article, Murdock argued the Democratic Party has become “purveyors of poverty, chaos, danger, and death.” He noted that first-quarter GDP shrank 1.4 percent “amid inflation, regulation, supply-chain snafus, barren store shelves, baby formula rationing, and the Biden-Democrats’ anti-business bias.”
He drew attention to the border, where “2,499,190 illegal aliens breached on Biden’s watch from February 1, 2021 through March 30, 2022, versus 666,756 during Trump’s final 14 months (while he installed 458 miles of border wall) — up 375 percent.”
The Democrats, he said, have embraced “Sandinista-flavored intimidation, thuggery, and political violence.” He called them the “Party of Death,” as over a dozen Democratic cities have set records for homicides in 2021.
“The vital mission of everyone on the Republican-Right in the upcoming elections,” he said, “should be to demolish the Democrat Party and relegate it to the Smithsonian along with the relics of the Whig and Know Nothing parties.”
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