The Left has been after Tucker Carlson for a long, long time. Especially those yahoos at Media Matters who seem to have nothing better to do than listen to hours and hours of Tucker on a radio show from a DECADE ago. Apparently, they caught him using the c-word among other things and for that offense (from 10 YEARS AGO) they want him fired.
Not that any of these people watch Fox News or Tucker anyway, they just want to take him away from the people who do watch him because they’re small-minded, cranky, overly emotional, little rage monkeys. Tucker responded:
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) March 11, 2019
These same people circled the wagons around Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib (who actually wrote for Farrakhan’s newsletter), conveniently moved on when Northam got caught wearing blackface, seem to be ignoring the sexual assault accusations brought against Fairfax … and don’t even get us started on how they treated the Covington Catholic High School kids. Oh, and before any of them start yelling about WHATABOUTISMÂ this is not that, this is calling out their hypocrisy.
I mean, the radio hosts said equal if not worse things, and no one seems to be bringing that part up. It was like a conversation you have while youâ€™re drinking with friends and all are trying to make each other laugh by saying knowingly aggressively silly stuff.
— Adam Trahan (@AdamTrahan) March 11, 2019
As long as Joy Reid and Sarah Jeong still have their jobs, the left has no reason to call for Tucker's head.
— Betsy (@UrBetsyJean) March 11, 2019
On that note, whatever their beef with Tucker, and whatever his comments might have been, boycotting Fox News over said comments a decade later makes no sense because he didn’t work there when he made them.
Gosh, where did he work then?
Oh, that’s right.
Make sure you contact MSNBC as well since that's where he worked at when he made the majority of those comments https://t.co/aOKGTdvdla
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) March 11, 2019
Meanwhile, the Left is claiming this is indicative of Fox News and Republicans becauseÂ of misogyny or something.
Even though he was at MSNBC at the time.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) March 11, 2019
And falsely claimed her archives got hacked and reported that whopper to the FBI.
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) March 11, 2019
Seriously, we guess we shouldn’t be surprised. Look at how they shrugged when Joy Reid’s blog surfaced with her gross homophobic comments that she blamed on time-traveling hackers. If anything these folks should be boycotting MSNBC … hey WAIT, maybe it was the same time-traveling hackers who made Tucker say those things!
We knew it.