Carlson speaks at Fox Nation’s Patriot Awards, lashes out at DC politicians


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Carlson attacks politicians in Washington at Fox Nation’s Patriot Awards
Fox News Host Tucker carlson spoke about his personal experiences with America at Fox Nation’s third annual Patriot Awards

After applauding those in the room, Carlson took the time to praise law enforcement, saying they “understand the human condition” in “the toughest job there is.”

“In their absence you really appreciate them so deeply. Why aren’t they treated like the most heroic people in America?” Carlson asked.

While Carlson spent time celebrating people in America, he also joked that government is run by some of the worst people.

“I often tell myself that never a better country has been run by worse people,” said Carlson.

Ultimately, the “Tucker Carlson tonight” the host praised American culture for producing a particularly nice and kind people.

“They are nice. That’s the first thing I noticed about Americans. They are nice and kind people,” he added. “Run out of gas in any other rural country and find out what happens to you. “

The Patriot Awards were hosted by “Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host and Iraq and Afghanistan veteran Pete Hegseth. The evening showcased and honored America’s best patriots, including military veterans, first responders, and other inspiring everyday heroes. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR TOP STORY.

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Biden to sign bills in favor of police and federal authorities
President Biden is expected to sign three bipartisan laws on Thursday in favor of police, law enforcement and federal officials, Fox News has learned.

The president, Thursday morning, will sign the law S. 1511, the “Protecting America’s First Responders Act of 2021”, S. 1502, the “Confidentiality Opportunities for Peer Support Counseling Act or the COPS Counseling Act”, and S. 921, the “Law on the Protection of Federal Agents and Employees of Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila”.

The president will sign the bills, which were all passed with almost unanimous bipartisan support, in a White House ceremony in the State Dining Room, a White House official told Fox News.

The Protecting America’s First Responders Act of 2021, written by Republican Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa and co-sponsored by Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, would better ensure that law enforcement and disabled first responders in the line of having to have quick access to benefits.

The president is also on the verge of signing the “Privacy Opportunities for Peer Support Counseling Act” or the “COPS Counseling Act”, which sets out the requirements for peer support programs to be provided by a law enforcement agency.

Meanwhile, Biden will also sign the “Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila Federal Officers and Employees Protection Act,” which was led by Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas and Democratic Senator Chris Coons of Delaware.

The bill ensures that individuals who have killed or attempted to kill US federal officers and employees serving overseas can be brought to justice and prosecuted in the United States. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE.

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Another Democrat decides to resign as potential 2022 Election Day rout looms
Rep. GK Butterfield, DN.C., is set to announce his retirement from the House in a move that will deal another blow to Democrats’ chances of retaining control of the House in the midterm elections.

Butterfield, a long-time member and former chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, will make the announcement Thursday that he will not be running again, according to reports. The veteran lawmaker was first elected to represent the 1st Congressional District of North Carolina in 2004.

The planned announcement comes two weeks after that of North Carolina Legislature controlled by republicans adopted a new Congress card that could put Butterfield’s generally safe seat within the grasp of the GOP, with the new district moving from a seven-point Democrat to now a one-point Democrat, according to the political website FiveThirtyEight.

Democrats filed a lawsuit over the map, saying the new border would dilute the influence of black voters in the Butterfield district. Butterfield pledged earlier this month to keep fighting for its seat.

“I plan to run again. I’ll give it everything I have,” Butterfield told ABC11 at the time.

Butterfield’s scheduled retirement comes the same week as Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., And Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., announced their retirement, adding to a stream of incumbent Democrats who have announced their departure from Congress. A total of 11 Democrats have announced they will not be running for office in 2022, compared to nine Republicans who are considering retiring. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE.

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A FEW WORDS OF END

Sean Hannity Wednesday night, shared his take on what patriotism means to him at Fox Nation’s third annual Patriot Awards.

The “HannityThe host also took time to remember those who have lost their lives over the past year, including radio host Rush Limbaugh and the 13 U.S. servicemen killed in the airport attack in Kabul in Afghanistan.

“Please join me for a moment in honoring these souls and remembering their sacrifice,” Hannity said before a slide show of the soldiers was released.

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