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Tucker Carlson Reveals Personal Ideals At Financial Summit

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Tucker Carlson recently delivered a keynote address at the Invest Wealth Summit in Tampa, Florida, where he emphasized humility and charity as essential virtues.

He discussed the importance of not giving emotional control to those who don’t love you, focusing on caring for loved ones rather than seeking affirmation from strangers.

Carlson also highlighted the significance of real charity, emphasizing the value of serving those close to us. (Trending: Joe Biden Admits He’s ‘Not Sure’ About Running If Trump Wasn’t)

His message centered on the idea that humility and charity help us navigate the chaos of the modern world and stay connected to what truly matters.

“The opinions of people you don’t know mean nothing,” Carlson began. “Never hand emotional control to people who don’t love you.”

“Obviously, I’m one of the most hated people in the world, and that causes me zero stress,” he added.

“However, if my wife were to say, ‘I don’t really like what you’re doing,’ it would like, bring me to my knees,” he said.

“One of the reasons our political class is so disgusting is because they’re all so emotionally damaged and they look at life backward,” Carlson pressed.

They’re stuck with “a desperate need to be loved by people they don’t know.”

“We haven’t taken a tax deduction on a charitable contribution in a long time, but my wife is a fervent Christian, so we’re giving 10 percent. But we give it all to people we know, in our orbit,” he said.

“Does my housekeeper need a new car? How could I possibly justify giving mosquito nets to kids in Congo if my housekeeper’s in need?” he said.

“It is a feature of the left. ‘I’m giving my life over to the people.’ Really? Which people? Do you have their addresses? How are they doing? They don’t care,” Carlson said.

“You can’t love any group of people. In fact, I don’t even believe in groups of people. It’s all a lie.”

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