Fox News host Tucker Carlson has been releasing several specials on the Fox Nation streaming platform, and his latest release is going to leave the left stark raving mad.
Carlson’s new original is called “The End Of Men.”
The preview opens with a voice-over from former President John F. Kennedy talking about physical fitness.
“Once a society collapses then, you’re in hard times,” a man with a British accent says in a voiceover.
“Well, hard iron sharpens iron as they say, and those hard times inevitably produce men who are tough, men who are resourceful, men who are strong enough to survive. They go on to reestablish order, and so the cycle begins again.”
The preview also included Kennedy lamenting that more children in America were becoming chubby.
The preview sent the left of a cliff claiming the video is homoerotic because it shows men working out and in good physical shape.
However, a large portion of the docuseries focuses on how modern food is wreaking havoc on our bodies.
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The docuseries has apparently gotten under the skin of Democrats.
However, maybe they should listen to what one of their fellow Democrats had to say about physical fitness.
On December 26, 1960, President John F. Kennedy wrote a piece for Sports Illustrated called “The Soft America.”
Kennedy wrote the first “indication of a decline in the physical strength and ability of young Americans became apparent among United States soldiers in the early stages of the Korean War. The second came when figures were released showing that almost one out of every two young American was being rejected by Selective Service as mentally, morally or physically unfit.”
Later in the piece Kennedy said, “But the harsh fact of the matter is that there is also an increasingly large number of young Americans who are neglecting their bodies—whose physical fitness is not what it should be—who are getting soft. And such softness on the part of individual citizens can help to strip and destroy the vitality of a nation.”
Adding, “For the physical vigor of our citizens is one of America’s most precious resources. If we waste and neglect this resource, if we allow it to dwindle and grow soft then we will destroy much of our ability to meet the great and vital challenges which confront our people. We will be unable to realize our full potential as a nation.”