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Evan McMullin is anything but an independent: Tucker Carlson Fox News host Tucker Carlson calls out Utah U.S. Senate candidate Evan McMullin’s past on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’ NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Listen to this article 0:00 / 10:47 1X BeyondWords It feels like permanent Washington has always hated Donald Trump, but actually, that’s not true. For years, Trump was considered merely a joke in D.C., a celebrity sideshow. People were happy to have him at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and that was true as late as the 2016 primaries. There were still many professional Republicans, people you wouldn’t expect, people like Bill Kristol, Joe Scarborough, people were making highly positive noises about Donald Trump, and then it changed in a moment. It changed on Feb. 13 of that year at the Republican debate in Greenville, South Carolina. That’s when Donald Trump criticized the Iraq war: “Obviously, the war in Iraq was a big, fat mistake,” he said, and of course, by that point, it certainly was obvious that it was a mistake, but that didn’t mean you were allowed to admit it in Washington.
and governor have agreed to just one debate, where voters not long ago could have expected to watch two or three. Those debates have already happened in Senate races in Arizona, North Carolina, Ohio, Georgia and Wisconsin and in the Texas and Wisconsin governor’s races. Video CLICK HERE TO GET THE OPINION NEWSLETTER Only in five contests – the Senate race in Ohio and governor’s races in Georgia, Kansas, Maine and Oregon – have the candidates agreed to multiple meetings. In at least four other competitive contests, the candidates failed to agree to any debates at all. Why is it mostly Democrats who are so reluctant to debate this year? I suspect it is because a) they have to defend Biden (and his policies are mostly indefensible) and b) because the economy is sliding into recession, inflation and gas prices are soaring, the border is out of control, and the Democratic Party’s soft-on-crime record isn’t exactly resonating. Given those likely topics it’s perhaps safer to remain silent. Democrat Terry McAuliffe debates Republican Glenn Youngkin during the race for governor at the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Virginia, on Sept. 16, 2021. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File) It’s too bad that debates are disappearing. They sometimes force candidates to go off of canned talking points and exhibit their knowledge. They also can reveal the fundamental instincts of candidates. Recall Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s infamous statement in last year’s Virginia governor race: “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.” Debates have their flaws. But compared to the rest of the messaging that goes on in campaigns they are a Mount Olympus of intellectual content. Let’s shame candidates into having more of them. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM JOHN FUND John Fund is a columnist for National Review magazine.
You weren’t. Thousands of lobbyists, think tank analysts, hack beltway journalists owe their salaries and their reputations to perpetuating the lie that American foreign policy was succeeding, everything was fine. No one really believed that. The evidence was too strong on the other side, but everyone had to say it. Too many careers were at stake, and yet suddenly, here was Donald Trump refusing to play along, giving away the game in public on TV. The reaction to this in D.C. was violent and immediate. Donald Trump must be stopped. If Donald Trump is willing to criticize the Iraq war as a Republican, God knows what else he might say. The “Never Trump” movement that resulted from that year’s South Carolina debate, and that’s where it began. That movement went on to do all kinds of things, including subverting the rule of law in this country, as well as entire federal agencies, but one of its first efforts was a little-remembered spoiler campaign designed to siphon votes from Trump in the general election. ANGRY PROTESTERS CRASH ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ’S TOWN HALL IN HER OWN HOME DISTRICT Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee, left, and his independent challenger Evan McMullin shake hands following their televised debate, Monday, Oct. 17, 2022, in Orem, Utah, three weeks before Election Day. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) (AP ) A group of liberals in Washington and formerly headed by Bill Kristol, recruited a longtime federal bureaucrat called Evan McMullin and convinced him to run for president. McMullin didn’t seem like a presidential candidate. He was 40 years old, never married and very obviously odd — very odd. He had no trouble raising money. There are a lot of liberals happy to write him checks. The problem was voters. They were not impressed by Evan McMullin at all. By the end, he won half of 1% of the popular total and zero electoral votes and he was soon forgotten except on Wikipedia. And yet — and here’s the point — six years later, Evan McMullin has reemerged. He’s running for Senate in the state of Utah against incumbent
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