Tucker Carlson thinks police officers stopped pulling over Black drivers after George Floyd because they were afraid of being accused of racism, and that's the reason for a rise in Black traffic fatalities in 2020.
“We do know he was not a white supremacist, so we’re betting the media are not going to dwell on this,” Carlson said on Tucker Carlson Tonight Tuesday. “There’s nothing to gain from covering this particular atrocity. Just another mass shooting in the big city. It’s all so sad.”
Tucker Carlson, a host at Fox News, aka Republican Viagra Network, is, for whatever reason, randomly circling back to an old gripe he has with rapper Cardi B.
While speaking with Fox News's Tucker Carlson on March. 15, the Daily Wire podcast host lit into the publication's choice to honor, Levin, who in March 2021, became the nation's first openly transgender federal health official.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson demanded to see the LSAT scores of Joe Biden's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Ketanji Brown Jackson, to prove that she's "one of our nation's top legal minds."
Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse sat down with Tucker Carlson to talk about his list of people he plans to sue for what he describes as "lies" told about him after his acquittal, such as Whoopi Goldberg and Cenk Uygur from the Young Turks.
Tucker Carlson claimed that white opioid addicts are being ignored in order to change "the demographics of the country in a way that benefits the Democratic Party."
In an interview set to air on Fox News, Kyle Rittenhouse made an appearance on Fox News and told Tucker Carlson: “I’m not a racist person. I support the BLM movement, I support peacefully demonstrating.”
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