Fox News Airs Attack On Biden For Politicizing Mass Shooting Of Children

( Tucker Carlson slammed President Joe Biden as a “bitterly political” guy who wasted no time “desecrating” the memories of youngsters slain in Texas on Tuesday.

At Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, 19 children and two adults were killed by gunfire.
Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) named the gunman Salvador Ramos, an 18-year-old equipped with a pistol and maybe a rifle. Ramos is also accused of killing his grandmother, according to police.

Biden addressed the nation briefly during remarks Tuesday evening, calling for prayer and gun legislation improvements.

Biden said that walking into a gun store as an 18-year-old kid buying two assault guns is plainly unacceptable.

“Why, in God’s name, do you need an assault rifle unless you’re going to kill someone?” Biden asked stupidly. (There are defensive uses for any rifle, whether dubbed “assault” or not.)

Biden, who had just returned from a four-day trip to Asia, also asked for prayers for the victims of the Uvalde tragedy.

He said that we are capable of so much more. Prayers are for those lying in bed, trying to figure out whether they’ll be able to sleep again. What do you say to the rest of the kids? What will happen the next day?

Biden blessed the innocent lives lost on that tragic day and asked that the Lord be near the brokenhearted and save the crushed in spirit, for they will require a great deal of assistance.

In his reaction to Biden’s address, Carlson slammed him as “bitterly political” and “unfit”:
President of the United States of America. Frail, perplexed, and vehemently political, he desecrates the memories of recently deceased youngsters by repeating stale Democratic Party talking points.

Biden divided the country rather than unifying it in a time of tremendous suffering. His voice rises, intensified only when he repeats the talking points he repeated in the Senate for over 35 years. This country’s leader is unfit.

Carlson called Fox News host Will Cain to the show to talk about the comments. Early in his speech, Cain said Biden “sounded like he may bring this country together.” Carlson concurred.

Carlson said that when you stand in front of a picture of dead children, and your first instinct is to think, ‘I can be more powerful if I just use this in the correct manner, it’s despicable.

He said that he was stunned to learn that the president of the United States had requested additional authority for himself in response to the tragedy.