Carlson said, “Where’s Russell Moore and all the other breastfeeding Christians as that happens, as the U.S. government cracks down on Christianity, on prayer? Silent. Paul Vaughn and his co-conspirators now face more than a decade in prison.”
“Young people raised to believe that God is in charge are much harder for the government to control as they grow up,” Carlson argued, going on to allege that the DOJ is doing everything it can to “terrify, humiliate, and destroy people who pray in public,” specifically seeking humiliate religious people in front of their children.
“But by contrast, if a child is raised to be a narcissist—someone who thinks, ‘I can change my gender,’ he will grow up confused, weak and reliant on the people in charge of the state,” Carlson said.
“All governments hate religious people” to some degree, Carlson said. “It happened in the French Revolution, [it] happened in the Bolshevik Revolution, and it’s happening now.”
Carlson then alleged the DOJ investigates parents who complain about their children being “sexually indoctrinated and openly sexualized” at their schools and public libraries.
After calling Canada an “atheist totalitarian state,” where Carlson says it is a crime to oppose “sexualized drag shows for children,” Carlson again asked, “Where are all the professional Christians?”
“You have to wonder that again. Where’s David French and Beth Moore and Tim Keller and all these people who are defending Christianity as actual Christians are being arrested for being Christians,” Carlson expressed. “Hmm. Not a word.”
Russell Moore later responded to Carlson’s segment on Twitter, saying, “Since @TuckerCarlson called me a ‘breastfeeding Christian’ last night on his show, a good reminder for me to add this to my devotional time this morning: ‘So put away all malice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envy and all slander. Like newborn infants, long for pure spiritual milk, that by it you may grow up into salvation—if indeed you have tasted that the Lord is good.’ (1 Peter 2:1-3)”
Christian activist and “Let Us Worship” founder, Sean Feucht, tweeted a clip of the “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” generating a great deal of online discussion.
— Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) March 3, 2023