Editor's Note: The video above opens with Tucker Carlson sitting in front of a splash image that says "Tainted Probe." You've been warned. “There was a brazen plot to illegally exonerate Hillary Clinton and, if she didn’t win the election, to then frame Donald Trump with a falsely created crime. Show More Summary
Tucker Carlson and his ilk have taken up the banner of white nationalism. For the alt-right, it's the best of times and the worst of times. The actual community — an amorphous blob of far-right extremists, wild-eyed conspiracy theorists and outright neo-Nazis — has grown increasingly chaotic and fractured, torn apart by infighting and legal troubles. Show More Summary
“Get the fk out of here man."
“We hear a lot about female empowerment in this country... But for some reason you almost never hear anything about how men are doing in America."
Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova told Fox News host Tucker Carlson Tuesday evening that he believes FBI agent Peter Strzok and then-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper ignored a possible hack...Show More Summary
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson blasted MSNBC’s Joy Reid on Tuesday evening after she demanded that President Donald Trump was “racist” for making a joke about Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi has recently been claiming that mowing the grass around the Mexican border will help to secure it without a wall. Show More Summary
"Congress would be talking impeachment right now."
A recent Fox News video showed just how easy it is to spin the wheels on whatever apparatus it is that turns the outrage machine. Tucker Carlson last week aired a segment deriding “the liberal effort” to ban the word “man” on college campuses. Show More Summary
Fox News host Tucker Carlson suggested during his show on Friday night that California has the worst quality of life in the US because of mass immigration from Latin America. The suggestion was part of a larger conversation about a recent...Show More Summary
“Imagine if Barack Obama had said that,” Carlson said. Carlson said Obama would’ve been “denounced as a dictator” for making such a comment. “We would have denounced him first, trust me,” Carlson said. “Congress would be talking impeachment right now.
The United States is currently engaged in a heated internal war centred around the gun debate. That’s because people keep shooting people… in particular children. Fortunately, Fox News host Tucker Carlson took time out from the heated debate to zero in on what’s really pulling his nation apart… a university language guide which suggests students [...]Show More Summary
Live Action founder and president Lila Rose appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to discuss Planned Parenthood’s push to expand access to abortion and cut back on health care services. The organization’s representatives frequently argue that they simply want to safeguard a woman’s right to “choice,” claiming to be a legitimate health care provider. Show More Summary
And of course, Fox's Tucker Carlson was more than happy to help him over on state-run TV. It seems one of the potential participants in CNN's town hall meeting this past Wednesday night was none too happy with the network for not allowing...Show More Summary
Tucker Carlson spent almost all of a nearly eight-minute discussion, supposedly about gun control, dishonestly suggesting his guest, Democratic Rep. Jim Himes, was just itching to confiscate Americans’ guns. Last night, after painting the Florida school shooting survivors as a "human shield for the media," Carlson purported to debate Rep. Show More Summary
On Thursday, Tucker Carlson’s horseshit chronicle and carnival sideshow hosted a Stoneman-Douglas student, Colton Haab, who claimed that his question for the CNN town hall was re-written by CNN. His father produced emails supposedly documenting this fact. Shock horror – they were modified, apparently by the father. Good to see CNN fighting back. I’m not […]
(Scott Johnson) Following Tucker Carlson’s segment with Colton Haab on Thursday evening, the contest between CNN and Haab continued. The Haab family provided “a doctored email” to media outlets to support Haab’s claims that CNN rewrote a question for him to ask at the network’s Wednesday town-hall-style event on school shootings. Show More Summary
Colton Haab, the Florida school shooting survivor who claimed CNN handed him a scripted question to ask during its town hall Wednesday, has taken his battle against the network to Fox News. The student appeared with Tucker Carlson Thursday night and reiterated that CNN dismissed the question he...
Parkland, Florida high school student Colton Haab told Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Thursday night that CNN re-wrote a question for him to ask at the network's town hall. CNN said there is "absolutely no truth" to Haab's claim that...Show More Summary
Colton Haab recently gained attention for appearing in a viral video interview, as reported by the Inquisitr, wherein he claimed that he decided not to go to a CNN town hall because it “was all scripted.” Now the 17-year-old Colton is going viral once more, reports the Daily Mail. Show More Summary
A reality TV show personality turned Fox News contributor argued on Wednesday that the break down of the “nuclear family” was the actual cause of the school shooting massacre in Parkland, Florida. Rachel Campos-Duffy was a cast member of the MTV reality TV show The Real World: San...