Getting to Know Tucker Carlson

It’s important to know facts about the people who lie in the service of an antichrist cult.


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  1. Here is Carlsons Lie of The Day from his show last night.

    “ It turns out QAnon didn’t invade Washington because neo-liberal cable news anchors successfully defended our country.

    “Have you ever noticed how all like the scary internet conspiracy theorist radical QAnon people and you actually see them on camera or in jail cells — as a lot of them now are — maybe they’re kind of confused, maybe they’ve got the wrong ideas, but they’re all kind of gentle people.

    “And they’re all kind of waving American flags, they like the country. They’re not torching Wendy’s, they’re not looting retail stores, they’re not shooting cops, no, that’s not them.” – Tucker Carlson, last night.

    Holy Jewish Space lasers and Bill Gates microchips! Funny how a group of gentle people managed to get themselves declared domestic terrorists by the FBI of the former occupant of the White House, isn’t it?

    When Limbaugh rushed out to meet his maker, and the farQ right whined that no one could replace him, good ol’ Tuck said “HOLD MY BEER!” He is one of the most despicable public men today, and that is saying something. His mama did not raise him right.

    1. @ barquemaster

      Barquemaster must be baiting us, intellectually of course. Perhaps he is an avatar of the great Cucker Tarlson himself. Poor cucker. Abandoned by his mean mother and raised by his poor, poor, underprivileged father. Penury and deprivation.

      Shall we take a look at Tarlson’s wikipedia page? Cucker was born in 1969.

      “ In 1976, Carlson’s parents divorced after the nine-year marriage reportedly “turned sour.”[23][24] Carlson’s father was granted custody of Tucker and his brother. Carlson’s mother left the family when he was six, wanting to pursue a “bohemian” lifestyle.[20][25][26]
      Dick Carlson was said to be an active father who had a specific outlook in raising his sons:
      I want them to be self-disciplined to the degree that I think is necessary to find satisfaction … you measure a person on how far they go, on how far they’ve sprung. My parents, the Carlsons, they instilled a modesty in me that, at times, gets in my way … I know it’s immodest of me to say it, but it’s difficult sometimes when you want to beat your own drum and say what you really think.
      In 1979, Carlson’s father married divorcée Patricia Caroline Swanson, an heiress to Swanson Enterprises. Swanson is the daughter of Gilbert Carl Swanson and the niece of Senator J. William Fulbright.[20][27]
      When Carlson was in first grade, his father moved Tucker and his brother to La Jolla, California, and raised them there.[28][29] In La Jolla, Carlson attended La Jolla Country Day School and grew up in a home overlooking the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club.[30] His father owned property in Nevada, Vermont, and islands in Maine and Nova Scotia.[30][19].

      Poor, poor cucker. Shall we draw a more accurate picture of where he got his politics. He was raised in a life of money and privilege. It convinced him that only rich, white people were entitled to money and privilege.

      How do you know when Cucker is lying? How do you know when people who share his world view are lying?

      When the high ground they claim turns out to be overlooking the La Jolla Beach and Tennis club.

  2. Carlson claims to be a Christian but he hates members of the LGBT movement. God and his church loves everyone. It’s not a sin for me to love my husband.

  3. Wow.
    I bet he’s a Sigma Chi or a Sigma Alpha Epsilon. So Brett Kavanaugh-y.

    His Bro-vado is painfully, completely, unoriginal.

  4. Last fall a federal judge ruled that Carlson is an entertainer, not a journalist. I mean, we all pretty much knew that already, but it’s interesting to see it in writing as judicial precedent.

    I would have a smidgen of respect for Carlson if he would film his show in front of a live audience, with applause cues and laugh cues, like other pure entertainment shows. The fact that he pretends to be a journalist is exactly why his show is so obnoxious.

    Especially since lawyers for Fox News actually argued in court that statements by Carlson on his show “are not reasonably understood as being factual.”

  5. This is Das Cucker last night:

    “Meanwhile, in China, where the coronavirus originated, a top adviser to the Chinese government declared that the country was experiencing a very different kind of threat, a more profound threat.

    The problem he said, was a national masculinity crisis. Chinese boys, quote, have been spoiled by housewives and female teachers, and they were becoming as a result, quote, “delicate, timid and effeminate.”’

    Back to me. I don’t think the world is quite ready for lessons on masculinity and what it is to be a man from this trust fund baby.

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