Tucker Carlson's Radio Clips Produce Mixed Reactions From Republicans And Democrats Alike

Tucker Carlson's Radio Clips Produce Mixed Reactions From Republicans And Democrats Alike

Tucker Carlson's Radio Clips Produce Mixed Reactions From Republicans And Democrats Alike

In the years before Carlson became a Fox host, he called into the "Bubba the Love Sponge" radio show and delighted the shock jock by saying all sorts of crude things.

In another back-and-forth, Mr Carlson suggested arguing with women to "get them going". "Because they hate weakness". If you advertise on his show, if you appear on his show, even to argue with him and tell him he's a terrible person, you're still propping this up, boycotted the boycott, the advertisers boycott being a guest on it, but do whatever you have to do to make sure that everybody knows that if you support this show where the advertisers in any way even to argue with it, your propping up this kind of disgusting rhetoric from Tucker Carlson.

Some of the most troubling comments for Tucker Carlson include the following.

Carlson tweeted a statement, refusing to apologize.

Carlson said it was "bullshit" that Jeffs had been charged with felony rape for facilitating the marriage of 16-year-old girl and a 27-year-old man. Jeffs was not convicted on those charges but is now serving a life sentence for the sexual assault of two girls, ages 12 and 15, he took as polygamous wives.

"Carlson described TV host Alexis Stewart, Martha Stewart's daughter, as "c*nty" and said he wanted to 'give her the spanking she so desperately needs'". They read you snippets from a press release written by Democratic party operatives. He also said women are "extremely primitive" people who enjoy being told to "be quiet and kind of do what you're told".

Even Bubba the Love Sponge's co-host deemed that view "twisted" and "demented".

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When the radio hosts challenged Carlson, responded: "Hold on a second". "He's like got some weird religious cult where he thinks it's OK to, you know, marry underaged girls, but he didn't do it".

In comments from 2006 to 2011, Carlson said that immigrants should be "hot" or "really smart", asking if "people [who] come over and pick lettuce" are "going to build, you know, a stronger country 20 years from now?"

"Carlson said underage marriage is not the same thing exactly as pulling a child from a bus stop and sexually assaulting that child".

Liberals demanding "total conformity" have "been working hard to kill" his show, Carlson contended, adding that "one of the only places left in the United States where independent thoughts are allowed is right here, the opinion hours on this network". Do you believe what he has said in the past is relevant for today?

A Media Matters staffer tweeted on Monday that "there's more" to come, and added that the group reviewed almost 100 hours of audio. I mean, I'm not trying to fag out on you or nothing, but I like you.

"Look, just to make it absolutely clear".

Rather than capitulate to the online outrage mob, Carlson stood his ground, characterizing his comments as "naughty" while challenging detractors to confront him on his Fox News show. It's unknown if this will change should the backlash against Carlson continue to increase.

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