Tucker Carlson's recent broadcast on white supremacy is among the most poorly reasoned things I've ever seen on cable news, and that is saying something.
"The 9/11 terrorists would fit in a locker room. Every MS-13 gang member in America would fit in the Great Western Forum. The worldwide membership of ISIS might well fit in Michigan Stadium. 'Fits in a...stadium' is an idiotic proxy for 'a real problem'"
Is this the same Tucker Carlson who was invited to keynote the #NationalConservative conference, which organizer ⁦⁩ claimed had absolutely nothing to do with race? I think it might be the same one.
Tucker Carlson's segment on white supremacy was "riddled with reasoning so inane, one wondered if stupidity or sophistry was the more charitable explanation," argues
Tucker Carlson's segment on white supremacy was "riddled with reasoning so inane, one wondered if stupidity or sophistry was the more charitable explanation," argues
I’m shaming Carlson for making such glaringly dumb arguments—and I’m inviting his audience to reflect on how little he and his Fox bosses must think of them. not to mention the pundits defending Carlson and Trump
.⁦⁩ claims white supremacy isn’t a problem. What problems do rank high enough to warrant concern? He has dedicated Fox segments to fretting about: Gypsies allegedly defecating on the streets and cutting the heads off of chickens...
Dismantling Tucker Carlson’s White-Supremacy Argument
“Amid controversy over his segment declaring white supremacy “a hoax” that is “not a real problem in America,” Carlson is now on vacation. And many are trying to shame him for violating anti-racist taboos. But that’s not my angle today. I’m...