Tucker Carlson says he won’t apologize for comments in resurfaced interview

Tucker Carlson says he won’t apologize for comments in resurfaced interview

Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Sunday that he wouldn’t apologize for a series of derogatory comments he made about women several years ago. In the audio, Carlson is heard making derogatory comments about women besides multiple observations about issues related to sexual abuse. Among other things, Carlson described Alexis Stewart, Arianna Huffington and Britney Spears with pejorative terms.

KCooper
KCooper
Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

Don't mind me, I'm just waiting for all the leftists to come defend Tucker's free speech, since they just found out what that is 😂

Lowlife
Lowlife 1 year

Nope. It was him being mad that the man who married a 27 year old to a 16 year old was in jail for rape when he didn’t rape anyone, and the actual rapist is free because he promised to take care of the girl...the rest was clearly jokes. You don’t go on Howard Stern to seriously talk about politics

Lowlife
Lowlife 1 year

Let me guess “women are shown to be much happier when they are stay at home mothers rather than have a career and no children”

Andrew Colomy
Andrew Colomy 1 year

So a bunch of people bitch about a guy on a news station they dont even watch that said something sexist a decade ago on a network they dont even watch. The left will just bitch at everything won't they?

OUTRAW mf
OUTRAW mf 1 year

well that was a big pile of nothing. I'm guessing the left has never heard of Bubba the Love Sponge?

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Don't tell me they're terrible, i can form my own opinions

chrisretusn
chrisretusn 1 year

Good!

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

The Hill article doesn't even quote Carlson, which makes you think what he said must have been really bad. Looking into it, it ain't bad at all. He is making a few provocative remarks (let's be honest Paris Hilton is a whore !) and making a few valid points. There are issues with rape shield laws, and addressing that should not be controversial!

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