Tucker Carlson On Paris Accord Fallout: 'What You're Watching Is A Priesthood Defending Its Faith'


On Thursday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson slammed leftists and the mainstream media (but I repeat myself) for their dogmatic following of the religion of Climate Change, which inspired epic hysteria after President Donald Trump announced that he would officially withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord. 

Carlson explained that the Party of Science is actually a religious cult, labeling those skeptical as "deniers" and casting those who dare to question the Climate Change gods as "apostates." "Shut up and believe," mocked Carlson. The "essence of science" is not accepting something as fact without questions, said the Fox host, it "is skepticism." 

After making note that the agreement was nonbinding, unenforceable and without any certainty it would actually deter Climate Change, the host played a montage of left-wingers having meltdowns over Trump's decision to pull out of the deal. 

"On a sunny day in the Rose Garden, which could be defined and construed as a dark speech," said fake news extraordinaire Brian Williams. 

CNN's most prominent plagiarist Fareed Zakaria described it as "the day the United States resigned as the leader of the free world." 

"I have such rage and sadness; we just watched a dangerous little man give a very, very scary speech," said MSNBC's Donny Deutsch.

"He is not helping the forgotten American, he is hurting them; their kids will have worse asthma in the summer," said former Secretary of State John Kerry. 

"We're not talking about science here, what you're watching is a priesthood defending its faith," Carlson started in. "The essence of science is skepticism, mostly testing what you think you know to make sure you actually know it. The people who run the space program didn’t know everything and they knew it."

The host continued: "That’s not happening here, it’s not allowed to. Pressed for explanations as to what you’re talking about you're attacked as a 'denier, the matter is settled, every word in mutable and holy, questions equal apostasy, shut up and believe."

"The irony is," he said, "almost none of the religious figures you saw sermonizing on television today know much about the Paris agreement beyond the bullet points they’d been handed by their producers 10 minutes before. They haven't any idea and why haven’t they told us until now? Before today most of the people you just saw spend far more time yammering about transgender bathrooms than about climate accords."

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