Tucker Carlson recently pointed out an example of great irony in America.
It's why he actually called this episode of his Twitter show "Irony Alert."
Carlson used Ukraine as an example:
"As Pelosi puts it, the Ukrainian people are fighting the fight for their democracy, and for ours as well. That’s right for ours as well. Without Ukrainian democracy, in other words, we can have no democracy here. If the Ukrainians aren’t free, neither are we. We must make sure they can vote in Kyiv. So we can continue to vote in Kansas City," Carlson said.
However, Zelensky is not letting the people of Ukraine vote.
He's only letting them vote after they've won the war against Russia.
The notion of a man in power prohibiting a contest for the presidency doesn't seem like democracy to me.
It doesn't to Tucker, either. He went on:
We are currently fighting a war for democracy on behalf of a leader who just casually announced he’s happy to end democracy, and our democracy-supporting leaders have no problem with that; in fact, they’re strongly for it. Shocked? You shouldn’t be, of course, there for it. You should have seen this coming. Wars For Democracy always cancel democracy in the process. That’s why our leaders love them.
It's important to share the news to spread the truth. Most people won't.