Tucker Just Brutally Exposed McCarthy — Somebody Had To Say It!

Kevin McCarthy, U.S. House Minority Leader, is landing in hot water with conservatives again. McCarthy has spoken out repeatedly voicing opinions that do not reflect Republican values, and now an audio recording has been leaked that is the latest in McCarthy’s latest liberal slanted blunder.

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The latest person to sound warnings about McCarthy’s leadership in the House is Fox News host Tucker Carlson, commenting on the release of the audio as he discussed Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, and what that means for American free speech. Carlson, whose Twitter account has now been thawed since Musk took over, had displayed a chyron the previous night on his broadcast proclaiming, “FREE SPEECH IS RESTORED; @TUCKERCARLSON BACK ON TWITTER. UNSHACKLED BY ELON MUSK.”

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On Tuesday, Carlson warned Republicans against supporting California Rep. Kevin McCarthy for House speaker if the GOP wins control of the lower chamber this fall.

The difference between Republicans who stand for free speech and traditional values, and the so-called ‘RINOS’ who are voicing ideas more in line with Democratic ideals is becoming pronounced.

Carlson said that Democrats “favor censorship for political ends” but now some “Republican leaders support it too” referring to the buzz surrounding McCarthy’s comments on the recording.

Some have suggested other Republican names for leadership in the House should the GOP win the majority in the next election.

The top-rated cable news personality reacted Tuesday to a taped conversation McCarthy had with colleagues after the Capitol riot in which he expressed his desire for social media companies to ban certain members of his caucus after former President Donald Trump’s account was permanently suspended.

“Unless conservatives get their act together right away, Kevin McCarthy, or one of his highly liberal allies, like Elise Stefanik, is very likely to be speaker of the House in January. That would mean we will have a Republican Congress led by a puppet of the Democratic Party,” Carlson said on his show. Stefanik is the third-ranking member of the House GOP and is from New York.

The audio recording that was the vehicle for McCarthy’s remarks is a GOP leadership call on Jan. 10 in which McCarthy appeared squeamish over the January 6 events and fretted over certain members of the Republican Party inciting more violence after the Capitol riot.

Among those lawmakers being discussed were Reps. Matt Gaetz of Florida, Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Barry Moore of Alabama, and Lauren Boebert of Colorado.

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In the recording, McCarthy is referring to the fact that Trump had been banned from the social media network Twitter and other platforms after the 2020 election.

McCarthy: “Can’t they take their Twitter accounts away too?”

Carlson stated, “Those are the tape-recorded words of congressman Kevin McCarthy, a man who, in private, turns out sounds like an MSNBC contributor.”

Carlson went on” McCarthy wanted the tech oligarchs to do more, to force the disobedient lawmakers off the internet…quote!”

McCarthy and House Minority Whip Steve Scalise can be heard on the tape of the call raising concerns about fellow Republicans. Those Republicans have answered.

Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida issued a statement that said both McCarthy and Scalise “disparage Trump and the Republicans in Congress who fight for him. “He continued,” This is the behavior of weak men, not, leaders,” NBC News reported.

Republican Rep. Andy Biggs from Arizona remarked in an OAN interview on Tuesday, saying McCarthy’s remarks created a “huge trust issue” and “undermined the conference”.

The audio was collected for the forthcoming book This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden and the Battle for America’s Future, which is set to release on May 3.

The authors, New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin and Alex Burns, have also detailed conversations with GOP leadership in which McCarthy said he would tell Trump to resign days after the riot, washintonexaminer.com reported.

Tellingly, Fox News chose not to report on the story, most likely to protect the establishment RINO from embarrassment.

The book is described on Google Books as “The shocking definitive account of the 2020 election and the first year of the Biden presidency by two New York Times reporters, exposing the deep fissures within both parties as the country approaches a political breaking point.”

The audio was also played on MSNBC Tuesday.

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McCarthy, caught with the recording citing his exact words, answered reporters who questioned him about the tape as he visited the border wall, saying that the conversation on the tape, “was 15 months ago,” suggesting that it is not important now.

McCarthy denied the report as written, calling it “totally false and wrong,” but then, audio was released on MSNBC in which he was heard telling GOP colleagues on Jan. 10 that he would urge Trump to resign.

He denied Friday that he ever asked Trump to resign, however. He spoke with the former president after the audio was released, and Trump then announced that their relationship remains intact, reported washintonexaminer.com.

Kevin McCarthy has been a House member since 2013, and Minority Leader since 2019.