Tucker Carlson’s Warning About Joe Biden Breaks Internet, Gets 340M Views In One Day: “Hyperinflation and reckless monetary policy could soon devastate the global economy”

Tucker Carlson broke the internet with his new video on Twitter about hyperinflation and how President Joe Biden and Congress are leading us down a path we may not recover from. 

Tucker’s interview with Javier Milei in Argentina, a nation ruined by inflation, has 340.7 million views in less than one day. Tucker says in the video below:

“Hyperinflation and reckless monetary policy could soon devastate the global economy. We traveled to Argentina, where it’s already happened. Argentina’s next president could be Javier Milei. Who is he? We traveled to Buenos Aires to speak with him and find out.

“There are underlying values within leftist ideas: envy, hatred, resentment, unequal treatment under the law, and violence,” Milei says.

Milei offered some advice to America to avoid Aregentia’s fate:

“Never embrace the ideas of socialism.

“Never allow yourselves to be seduced by the siren song of social justice. Don’t get caught up in that terrible concept that where there is a need, there is a right. 

“But that can’t happen on its own.

“We have to be prepared for this, and wage a cultural war every single day and we have to be careful because they have no problem with getting inside the State and employing Gramsci’s techniques: seducing the artists, seducing the culture, seducing the media or meddling in educational content.

“Trump should continue his fight against socialism. Because he is one of the few who truly understood that we are fighting socialism, that we are fighting the statists.

“He understood perfectly that the generation of wealth comes from the private sector.

“The State does not create wealth, the State destroys it.

“The State can give you nothing, because it produces nothing. And when it attempts it, it does so poorly.”

“So I’d say, if I could humbly offer advice, all I could say would be to double down on his efforts in the same direction: defending the ideals of freedom and refusing to give an inch to the socialists.”

“I didn’t fully appreciate the degree to which the Argentinian government had embraced fringe academic, American-style social justice,” Carlson says at one point.