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Democrat Howard Dean is famous for many things. Almost none of those things are good.  You might remember him from the 2004 Presidential Election. Before that, he was the Governor of Vermont.

Howard Dean had some major momentum at one point in the 2004 election, but he squandered it fairly quickly. Dean made a truly baffling noise that will forever live on in meme history. He thought it was genuinely a good idea to make this hideous screech, which should tell you everything you need to know about his judgment:

That Howard Dean is still relevant is perplexing. After heading the DNC from 2005 to 2009, the former Governor has been remarkably quiet. He does not have the notoriety of some former Democrat politicians — John Kerry still has a vocal role in the Biden Administration and Hillary Clinton’s influence lasted for many years after she first ran for Senator. But he never had the command, nor the notoriety of either of these Democrats.

His campaign was always a long shot — although, he was a profound innovator when it comes to campaign fundraising, perhaps even inspiring Barrack Obama. But that last remark is more a demerit than a credit to his ingenuity — inspiring perhaps the worst President in the history of our country.

Well, Howard Dean made a noise again recently, and the sound was just as off-putting. As a guest on MSNBC’s ‘The Beat With Ari Melber’. After discussing Fox News’ supposed advocacy of ‘Replacement Theory’ and dubious connections to Fox News hosts and the Buffalo shooter (connections he explicitly disavowed, mind you), Dean said some disgusting things which will shock your eyes:

“I see the brand of Fox being hate, anger, dishonesty, and now murder. That is the brand. That is the brand the Murdochs have chosen to be their flagship communication.

And I agree with Biden, Murdoch has harmed this country more than any other human being in my lifetime, and he should never have been given citizenship. The one thing I would change about our immigration policy is to send Murdoch back to Australia and keep them there, with the whole family.  If you cause that much trouble… with your crappy TV show, you do not deserve American citizenship — period!”

He just called for deporting the Fox founding family! But he said more. Indeed, he went on to attack Tucker Carlson, the chief culprit, the media supposes, of this ‘Replacement Theory’ rhetoric. Dean said some hateful things about the Fox News host:

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“You know, the guy is nuts. I mean really, you are going to take this seriously, in any way? But he is dangerous because he has a lot of people that believe in this nonsense. I actually think he’s crazy.

But he’s malevolently crazy, and he’s a danger to the United States of America. And since we can’t take him off the air, we ought to boycott Fox. I’ve had nothing to do with Fox for many, many years.

I won’t buy a product that is advertised on Fox. Unfortunately, since I never watch Fox, I don’t know what is advertising or not. But these people mean to hurt the United States of America… This is a bad guy, and this is a bad company… 

They are the enemy of the United States of America”


Fox News and Tucker are anything but enemies of America. The real enemy is Democrat policies, policies that Howard Dean supports. And the American voter will surely vote his mind on these policies in 2022 and beyond. Perhaps then Mr. Dean will rethink his rhetoric.

Here is the full video: