Glenn Beck likens Tucker Carlson’s interview with Republican presidential candidate Asa Hutchinson to the Hindenburg disaster of 1937.
That’s how badly it went for Asa.
“At one point in America,” Glenn says, “hundreds and hundreds of people ... looked up into the sky” anticipating the successful descent of the gargantuan airship, but “29 seconds later, the entire Hindenburg was on the ground” in flames.
“I think that’s maybe what we saw today,” he chuckles in reference to Hutchinson’s interview that also crashed and burned in a matter of seconds.
“I don’t think I have ever seen anything burst into flames and die that fast,” Glenn tells "Fearless with Jason Whitlock" contributor Delano Squires.
Delano agrees and praises Tucker for getting straight to the question everyone wanted to know: Why did Hutchinson veto the Arkansas bill that banned gender-affirming care, including puberty blockers and cross-sex hormone therapy? Especially when he preaches against teaching transgenderism in schools and claims to believe that God created only two sexes.
Asa’s response to Tucker’s question was so poor that it may just tank his entire campaign.
“[Hutchinson] was saying, ‘Well, it’s the parents’ right to choose,”’ Glenn mocks, adding, “No! ... We don’t let Muslims come into the country and mutilate their children. That doesn’t make any sense at all.”
Stu agrees, calling Asa’s answer “sub-optimal.”
“He just doesn’t want to be involved in the culture wars,” Stu continues, but “culture war ... [are] what voters care about.”
If Asa’s pathetic response regarding sex transition for minors wasn’t enough to sabotage his interview, his comments about the border crisis were the final nail in the coffin.
Watch the full clip below.
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