On Thursday evening I joined Tucker Carlson to discuss the Democrats' ever more explicit preference for illegal immigrants over American citizens. Along the way I managed to misattribute Hugh Kingsmill's line - "Friends are God's apology for relatives" - to Malcolm Muggeridge. So I apologize for "God's apology" (in mitigation, I have sitting on the shelf somewhere a memoir of Muggeridge by Richard Ingrams called God's Apology), Apologies aside, divine or otherwise, click below to watch:
Media-ite didn't care for it.
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