There are few people the left-wing media hates more than Tucker Carlson.
They are even trying to get his show taken off the air.
But Tucker is having none of it, and just obliterated a leftist reporter with three words.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson is not one to mince words.
On his show, he talks about the facts and doesn’t care about who he offends.
And that is putting him as a prime target of the left-wing hate mob.
The left is running an all-out harassment campaign trying to get his show taken off the air.
They are targeting his advertisers, incessantly targeting them until they agree to stop advertising on his show.
So far they are doing a good job, axing dozens of his advertisers.
But Carlson still isn’t giving in, and his show’s ratings are not being majorly affected.
The sort of facts he drops to create controversy are usually around the issue of illegal immigration.
Specifically, the harassment campaign was kicked off because of Carlson laying out what he believes Democrats believe about illegal immigration.
“We have a moral obligation to admit the world’s poor, they tell us, even if it makes our own country poorer, and dirtier, and more divided,” Carlson said in part.
They are claiming he is racist due to his assessment.
And while their go-to attack is to call him racist, their latest attack is an attempt to label him as sexist.
On a recent segment, Carlson details declining income opportunities for men, and how it is weakening marriage as an institution.
Historically, women tend to marry men who make more money than they do, so with men having fewer opportunities, it is having a real effect on the institution of marriage and for men as a whole.
Most people see this as a reasonable argument.
But the left sees it as a sexist attack on women.
In response, Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple casts Carlson as a sexist.
That kind of article isn’t surprising to see from the mainstream media.
They truly hate Tucker Carlson and anybody who refuses to buy into their politically-correct world view.
At the end of the article, Wemple mentions two questions he sent to Carlson.
One of the questions is about “if he’d floated the notion [of his segment] with any of his female colleagues at Fox News.”
He also asks about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and about her “commitment to work,” a clear straw man argument.
In response, Carlson obliterates Wemple, calling him a left-wing moron, saying:
“It’s not a matter of asking female co-workers, you shallow left-wing moron. It’s social science. Are men or women more likely to commit suicide after becoming unemployed? That’s the clearest measure I can give you. Not that you care. Remarkably, you still have a job.”
Wemple doesn’t respond to Carlson’s question, instead simply including the text from his email.
If he were to answer, he would need to acknowledge the remarkably higher rate of suicides among men.
Suicide accounts for 19 deaths per 100,000 men, compared to 5.1 per 100,000 women.
And while women’s suicide rate remains stable, the suicide rate among men is steadily climbing, currently at its highest rate in 12 years.
This seems to show a correlation between the lack of higher paying jobs and an increase in suicide among men.
It is unlikely that a left-wing reporter like Wemple will consider this idea.
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