Tucker on a Japan Train Station: There’s No Filth, No One’s Shooting Drugs Here
CARLSON: “So, we're in the central Tokyo train station, heading to Kyoto on the bullet train in just a minute. This is, keep in mind, the largest metro area in the world, and the first thing you notice about this train station is what they don't have, which is filth, or graffiti, there's no trash, it's perfectly clean, no one is begging money, no one’s shooting drugs, nobody is yelling or picking imaginary insects out of the air. This is as nice as any public space I have ever been in my life. Shocking. It would be nice to live in a place like this."