On his program tonight, Tucker Carlson said former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn pleading guilty to making false statements to the FBI is a major development, but it doesn't prove collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Flynn admitted that he lied about his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential transition. As part of the plea deal, Flynn agreed to cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, which is looking into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. "Mueller's probe began in order to investigate claims that Russia influenced the 2016 election or even directly colluded with the Trump campaign in order to alter the outcome of that election," Carlson said. "Flynn's guilty plea toda
MS-13 gang Fox News host Tucker Carlson made the argument Thursday night that the MS-13 criminal gang that has wreaked havoc on inner cities across the country poses “a far greater threat” to Americans than the Islamic State terrorist group. Speaking on his eponymous TV news program, Mr. Carlson said the ISIS-inspired terrorist attacks in Orlando, San Bernardino and Chattanooga led to the deaths of 68 people, but that is “nothing compared” to the murders carried out by MS-13 members. “That organization, a mostly immigrant street gang, is a far greater threat to your life than ISIS is. It’s the numbers,” he said in a clip posted by Breitbart. [the_ad id="186"] Mr. Carlson mentioned several MS-13-related murders in New York that have popped up in the news recently,
trump ... In light of Fox News' report that former National Security Adviser Susan Rice ordered the 'unmasking' of Trump associates mentioned in surveillance activity, Tucker Carlson pressed another former Obama aide for further explanation. Carlson asked former Obama campaign adviser David Tafuri why Rice would "lie" about her role in the unmasking of people in Trump's orbit. Tafuri said he didn't know why Rice said that and wasn't sure that she was lying at the time. He said it is legal for citizens to be caught in surveillance of foreign entities or for their names to be 'unmasked' if there is a specific procedural reason for it. Carlson said that the report showed the surveillance material had little to do with the investigation into whether the Trump campaign collud...
Mankind ... A Northern Arizona University student had her grade docked by her professor for using the word "mankind" in a paper. Cailin Jeffers, an English major at NAU, was penalized one point out of a possible 50 by English professor Dr. Anne Scott for not using a gender-neutral term, Campus Reform reported. On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Jeffers said she had a discussion with Scott, who claimed that type of "gendered language" is sexist, oppressive and anti-woman. Tucker created a hypothetical scenario: If a student in Scott's class wore a burka because she wasn't allowed to show her hair to men, would Scott declare that sexist? "She wouldn't say a thing about it," Jeffers said. "I have no idea why feminists are obsessing over tiny, little microaggressions such as is
Tucker Carlson annihilated a liberal law professor from NYC who supports ‘sanctuary cities’ which ultimately exploits low-wage labor. Sanctuary Cities ‘Do you ever think ‘how did I get in this place’? OUCH! Tucker Carlson: “How did you, a liberal law professor from New York City wind up the spokesman for big employers who exploit low-wage labor? How did that..do you ever think like how did I get in this place? You are defending agricultural and service sector employers who pay low wages. Did you think you were going to wind up in that place when you were a kid?” Ouch! That’s gonna leave a mark! This is why we love Tucker Carlson. He shares the same frustrations that we do with these lunatic liberals. I do wonder if they actually know what they are doing or if the mental disorder o
Tucker Carlson debated a Democratic member of the House Intelligence Committee over claims that President Obama ordered a wiretap of Trump tower. Wiretapping Carlson told House Intelligence Committee Member Jim Himes (D-Conn.) that the U.S. intelligence community "spied" on members of Trump's campaign team, including former campaign manager Paul Manafort, who reportedly had been speaking with Russian entities. By extension, Carlson said, Trump may have somewhat of a leg to stand on in his claim that Trump Tower was indeed a site of covert intelligence gathering. Himes said there is still no evidence to back up Trump's claims, pointing out that the White House had produced no evidence itself, after the president tweeted last weekend. Carlson asked whether the intelligenc...
Yesterday, Connecticut’s governor, Dannel Malloy, made headlines by telling cops in his state they do not have to comply with the Donald Trump administration’s new requests to detain undocumented immigrants. (When current Vice President Mike Pence was the governor of Indiana, Malloy denounced him for rerouting refugee families from the state, so this isn’t very surprising.) On Fox News this evening, Tucker Carlson went head-to-head with Malloy. “The President can’t order us to do federal work,” the governor said. “Quite frankly, the federal government should do its own job and get it done.” Carlson and Malloy continued to butt heads over the economic condition of Connecticut, but Malloy was insistent that it’s possible for him to care about the economy and current immigration
Piers Morgan appeared on Fox News tonight to talk with Tucker Carlson about how the press is “absolutely determined” to take down President Trump. Carlson started things off by asking Morgan about CNN, where he used to work, and while Morgan did defend his former network he did say CNN joined in with the rest of the press in getting way more “virulent” in covering Trump during the election. [the_ad id="185"] He personally found it “pretty rich” for the press to attack Trump for lashing out at them considering how members of the media conducted themselves during the campaign. Morgan said in order to cool things down, the press has to show the president “more respect” and vice versa. Morgan also expressed how “appalled” he is by the behavior of liberals towards Trump, telling p
Abortion is important because "it helps to address the number of people that we have on this planet" so that "we can get to a sustainable population," the president of the Sierra Club told FOX News's Tucker Carlson on Thursday. "Last year on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade you all issued a press release saying that the Sierra Club stands in solidarity – I think I’m quoting – with Planned Parenthood," said Carlson. "Now, people feel that way, okay. What does that have to do with the environment? Why does legal abortion make the environment better?" "Well, we believe in empowering women’s rights," Michael Brune, the executive director of the Sierra Club, responded. "We think that, uh, women who have rights and who have the ability to have choice about their reproductive – make their own
Now that Republican Donald Trump is set to become our President, desperate Democrats have escalated their conspiracy theories about the political outsider and how he operates. They are attempting to use the fact that he’s not a part of the Washington establishment against him. Since he’s not part of their Washington club, they’ve been spreading wild theories about him being part of Vladimir Putin’s circle in Russia instead. Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff recently appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show and said some insane things before getting handily shut down by Tucker. Tucker got Rep. Schiff to lose his temper, and Schiff ran his mouth, saying, “Ronald Reagan would be rolling over in his grave… You’re carrying water for the Kremlin… you’re gonna have to move your show to Russian Te