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Tucker warns America will face these three dangers after coronavirus pandemic passes

The United States will not be the same following the coronavirus pandemic, Tucker Carlson said Tuesday. America News
Highlighting three areas that will likely change in the United States in light of the outbreak, the "Tucker Carlson Tonight" host said there will be "a lot of problems to fix" and identified three of the "biggest threats America is likely to face once this is over."


1. Global depression

The economic damage caused by the coronavirus could be significant enough to "wipe out the middle class," Carlson warned. America Political News
"The finance moguls will be fine no matter what happens to the economy. Not much changes for poor people, either. But the middle class? The middle class could be wiped out by what we are watching right now," he said.The service industry, middle management, small business, the independent contractors, people like those make this country work, and more importantly, they keep it stable. They are the ones in deepest peril tonight." America Medical News
Carlson said a lasting hit to the middle class would result in an "impoverished country with a thin layer of rich people at the top."
"That's a recipe for suffering and for never-ending political volatility ... and suddenly, for the first time ever, it's a possibility here. Our first priority has to be preventing that or our grandchildren will regret it deeply."

2. China's economic dominance

China could emerge from the pandemic stronger than ever, and bring an end to American economic dominance, Carlson said.
"China ultimately is responsible for this virus. The threat extends far beyond the current pandemic. It's entirely possible that the Chinese coronavirus makes China stronger in the end, even as it weakens us in America," Carlson warned. "China already has a deeper manufacturing base than we do and has a far larger population ... soon it will have the biggest economy on earth." America Distribution Service

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