“We should also point out to the ghouls who are hitting their chest in triumph over the destruction of a young man that self-righteousness also has its costs,” Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson said tonight on his primetime primetime show after one His top writers were exposed for frequently posting racist, sexist, and homophobic comments on a legal message board.
“We are all human, when we pretend to be holy, we are lying,” Carlson continued in what was a challenging flag planting where some expected contrite remorse. “When we present ourselves as blameless to hurt other people, we are committing the gravest sin of all and will be punished for it, no doubt.”
Comments squeezed by the Fool’s Boat Perpetrator is his first public reaction after July 11th revelation of vile boasting behavior Tucker Carlson tonight writer Blake Neff
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“First, what Neff wrote anonymously was wrong,” Carlson told his viewers near the end of the show on Monday before leaving for vacation. “We don’t endorse those words, they have no connection to the program.”
“It is wrong to attack people for qualities that they cannot control,” Carlson said in strange language. “In this country, we judge people by what they do, not by how they were born. We often say that because we mean it: we will continue to defend that director, often only among national news programs, because it is essential, nothing is more important. Blake did not meet that standard and has paid a high price for it. “
Just before Tucker Carlson tonight Broadcast Friday night, former Carlson’s employer CNN told the story that Neff was anonymous on AutoAdmit to mock, denigrate, and basically attack anyone who wasn’t a white Ivy League guy like him. Sad and so typical, it was a bombing that turned out to be very popular with many in the law students and lawyers forum, even if his presentation forced Neff to give up his nearly four-year performance at FNC on July 11.
The implications of Neff’s apparent intolerance took on even more grotesque connotations, when the racial harassment in which Carlson has repeatedly engaged since his assumption of the former FNC position of Bill O’Reilly in 2017 was left aside after once It was the tsunami of sexual harassment and sexual harassment. the settlements are made public.
On top of that, Neff’s own damning words about the often pointy sentence that comes out of Carlson’s mouth night after night.
“Everything you’re reading on the teleprompter, the first draft was written by me,” Neff bragged indiscreetly. Dartmouth Alumni Magazine ‘s most recent edition. “We are well aware that we have that power to influence the conversation, so we try to use it responsibly,” he said of TCT, which is well known to a certain former impressionable player. Celebrity Apprentice host in the Oval Office.
With the exception of a tedder hit on CNN, Carlson was silent on news of Neff’s malicious harassment of the moon on Friday’s show. However, on July 12, Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott and Fox News Media President and CEO Jay Wallace sent a memo to the staff of the leading cable journalist criticizing Neff’s posts on AutoAdmit as “hateful behavior”.
“We want to make it very clear that Fox News Media strongly condemns this horrible racist, misogynistic and homophobic behavior,” Roger Ailes’ heirs said in language that has been a common saying of the store owned by Rupert Murdoch in recent years. from one scandal after another. “Neff’s abhorrent conduct on this forum was never disclosed to the program or the network until Friday, at which point we quickly accepted his resignation,” Scott and Wallace added, vowing that Carlson would address the matter tonight. Make no mistake, actions like yours cannot and will not be tolerated at any time in any part of our workforce. “
Typically, Carlson scoffed at any statements about Neff and kicked off tonight’s long-awaited show with a bang on Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. In doubling down, the host called the New York AOC “racial harassment” and a “pampered dilettante” in an attempt to burn the progressive Democrat for advocating for police reform after George Floyd’s death on Memorial Day. Fallen and protests against the police. brutality.
Bound as a “CNN resident bodybuilder,” Chris Cuomo was also targeted by Carlson on Monday for convicting McCloskey’s wealthy partner who pulled out a long rifle and pistol at BLM protesters in St. Louis on June 28. A largely postponement for Mark McCloskey himself. Actually, he was Carlson’s first guest of the night when the host hit Republican leaders in Missouri, Georgia and elsewhere. With more of Carlson’s greatest hits, Planned Parenthood, California’s growing COVID-19 crisis, CNN’s journalism standard, and attacks on Christianity were also featured on Monday’s TCT.
Breaking ratings records in the last quarter for the 23-year-old FNC and cable news in general, Tucker Carlson tonight He has also seen key advertisers like T-Mobile, Disney, and Papa John withdrawing their ads and money from the show in recent weeks. This latest advertising boycott became of the formerCrossfire The co-host’s polarizing stance on the Black Lives Matter movement and the desire for justice and equality in the United States that many of its members defend.
This was not the first time that the intentionally incendiary Carlson suffered from advertisers’ anger. In 2018, 20 companies withdrew their ads from TCT after Carlson exposed that undocumented immigrants made the United States “poorer, dirtier, and more divided.”
Of course, with Roger Stone’s first interview since Donald Trump commuted his former repairman’s prison sentence below on FNC, Sean Hannity may be the real winner in all of this. In that sense, Carlson says he will take the rest of the week off to fish for trout on a “long-planned” break.