Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian criticize Tucker Carlson on Tuesday's edition of 'The Young Turks' for comments he made about former President Obama and Hillary Clinton's response to the Sri Lanka bombings.
In a monologue on Monday's broadcast of 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' on FOX News, Carlson said our leaders believe Christians are the problem and criticized American media and Democratic leaders for their reluctance to condemn violence against Christians.
"It's all about victimology," Uygur said. "Tucker Carlson does this show and it's no wonder Donald Trump likes it because he likes being the victim too. Like, oh, 'it's Christians.' Now, look, in this case, the Christians in the actual attack were the victims. And so why not talk about that? No, they've got to somehow bring an extra layer to it. The problem was the bombing as much as Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, who secretly control this country, say 'Easter worshippers' instead of 'Christian worshippers.' But Easter is a Christian holiday. I mean to nit-pick like that is so bizarre and the only reason to do it is to get people riled up and say, 'Oh my God, I knew it! The culture wars!' It's not that the poor people in Sri Lanka got killed, it's I'm being oppressed in Indiana or in Kentucky because of Obama and Hillary Clinton's tweets."