Maloney Interview On Friday, Tucker Carlson debated a Democrat who said Attorney General Jeff Sessions may have perjured himself and should resign. Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (D-New York) said it was "extremely concerning that he gave false testimony under oath." "There is more than enough here that all Americans... should want to get to the bottom of it," Maloney said. He told Carlson that he would drop his call for Sessions to resign if President Trump appointed U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara to conduct an independent investigation of any Russian contact. Hi said that since Trump re-appointed Bharara to his New York State post, and that he is known to be "tough" on his fellow Democrats like Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.), he would be a fair investigator of Sessions.
A Drexel University professor - who said he wanted to "vomit" after he saw an airline passenger give their first-class seat to a U.S. soldier - engaged in a heated debate tonight with Tucker Carlson. George Ciccariello-Maher argued that it's "irresponsible" to blindly support wars that lead to the deaths of Americans and foreign civilians, so he wanted to "yell about Mosul" when he saw the act of kindness on the plane. Tucker pointed out that Ciccariello-Maher's issue appears to be with U.S. foreign policy-makers, yet he's blaming the soldiers. "Why is it bad to give them a first-class seat?" Tucker asked. "Somebody's trying to be nice to guy who's going through all these hardships ... and that makes you mad. Why?" Ciccariello-Maher said it was an "empty gesture," and
education Tucker Carlson interviewed Martin Mawyer, founder and CEO of Christian Action Network, a Virginia-based non-profit that the ACLU lists as an active anti-Muslim group. CAN this week sent a “Letter of Demand” to the U.S. Department of Education and threatened a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of an Islamic education program offered through the federally funded PBS LearningMedia website. VIDEO : Here’s video of the segement: Here how Twitter react :
NSA A former National Security Agency employee claimed in a shocking interview Friday night the NSA likely did spy on President Donald Trump’s phone calls and emails, as well as those belonging to justices on the Supreme Court, members of Congress, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. NSA In an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” hosted by longtime journalist Tucker Carlson, former NSA employee Bill Binney revealed he believes the NSA likely did spy on Trump and may even be spying on him now. “As I just said in my intro, you spent 30 years there,” Carlson said to Binney. “You’re not someone whose just speculating. You believe it’s entirely possible that the president was, in fact, spied on?” “Yes,” Binney replied. “In fact, they’re taking in fundamentally t
Rape - Tucker Carlson - David Moyse Tucker Carlson pressed the defense attorney for an illegal immigrant who is accused in the rape of a 14-year-old Maryland girl in a boys' bathroom at Rockville High School. Two teenage boys, 18 and 17, are accused in the rape. One of the two, 18-year-old Henry Sanchez-Milian, is an undocumented immigrant. His attorney, David Moyse, confirmed that he plans to argue the sexual encounter was consensual, "not a rape in any sense." Carlson said the assertion sounds "insane." Moyse agreed that it seems "horrible" that it would happen in a school, but that doesn't mean it was "forced" or illegal. Carlson said that is "in effect, an attack on this girl who told authorities that she was raped." "Is your argument going to be that she invite
Debates Illegal Immigration Tucker Carlson called the recent rape of a 14-year-old Maryland student by two illegal immigrants "the sign of a sick civilization at war with itself," and asked a Baltimore councilman about his vocal opposition to ICE deportation process.. Councilman Zeke Cohen (D-Dundalk) last week sponsored a resolution demanding federal authorities stop enforcing immigration laws in Baltimore, Carlson said. Cohen said there is no place in America for the sexual violence seen 40 miles away in Rockville recently, but added that recent ICE arrests in Baltimore trouble him about the treatment of immigrants. Carlson said there is no way to know whether an illegal immigrant will be a productive member of the community or commit another crime unless laws are properl...
Demolishes !! Tucker Carlson has just about had it with Democrats who allege that Russia’s “hacking” of the 2016 presidential election is an “act of war.” Carlson went to battle with Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell (Calif.) Monday night on his show over Swalwell’s continued claims that America was “attacked” by Russia. Carlson noted that Swalwell, who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, made the claims again Monday during a hearing that involved testimony from FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers. demolishes Carlson came out of the gate firing. “So we were attacked by Russia, so the real question is: ‘How do we respond?’ So let’s get specific,” he began. “Do you think we should we use long-range or short-range [intercontinental ballistic missil
Karen Tumlin Tucker Carlson interviewed Karen Tumlin of the National Immigration Law Center. Before the show aired, Tumlin trolled those who’d called for a boycott of Hawaii after a federal judge there blocked President Trump’s revised travel ban from going into effect nationwide: Tucker Carlson debates Karen Tumlin on Travel Ban, you need to see this. Carlson shows how the courts are reaching and his debate opponent knows nothing of the law. She wants to extend American rights to people in all other nations in order to skirt Trump's latest travel ban. Karen Tumlin BEST FIGHT EVER!! TUCKER CARLSON TAKES ON KAREN TUMLIN @TuckerCarlson Call her out Tuck she's wrong. @TuckerCarlson has a whack job guest on who's suggesting that foreigners
Wiretapping President Trump discussed his tweeted accusation that President Obama ordered "wires" at Trump Tower tapped during last year's presidential campaign in an exclusive interview with Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday. Trump told host Tucker Carlson that the administration "will be submitting things" to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence "very soon." The president added that he "will be, perhaps speaking about this next week" and predicted that "you’re going to find some very interesting items coming to the forefront over the next 2 weeks." When asked by Carlson why he tweeted about the alleged phone tap before producing evidence, Trump said his definition of wiretapping "covers a lot of different things." wiretapping "That really cover
NBC News - real meddler Tucker Carlson tore into NBC News and MSNBC on his show Tuesday night, suggesting that it wasn’t Russia that meddled in last year’s presidential election, but rather the famed news outlets. Russia “hacking” last year’s election has been one of the biggest, nonstop stories since President Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in November. However, there isn’t much evidence to support that narrative, Carlson said. “There’s no reason to believe Russia changed the course of American political history,” Carlson declared. “There’s merely innuendo and conspiracy mongering and connecting probably irrelevant dots.” That led Carlson to one question: If there is no real evidence that Russia manipulated last year’s election or colluded with Trump’s cam
Tucker Carlson grilled Planned Parenthood Executive Vice President Dawn Laguens about abortion during his program Monday evening. Planned Parenthood recently rejected a Trump administration funding deal that would have allowed them to continue receiving federal funds if they stopped performing abortions. The organization promptly rejected the deal as “obscene and insulting” after it was reported by the New York Times. The Times noted that the deal was never formally offered. Carlson asked Laguens why “abortion is so important to Planned Parenthood that you’re willing to forgo half a billion dollars a year in federal subsidies?” Laguens replied that “no one is going to bully, threaten or bribe” Planned Parenthood into stopping any of its services. She said Planned Parenthood gets r
ABORTION Tucker Carlson got a heated debate with Democrat Jehmu Greene over Planned Parenthood funding on his show Friday night, so heated that the debate became a shouting match several times. Carlson began the segment by explaining President Donald Trump’s recent proposal to Planned Parenthood: that if the organization would stop providing abortion, then he would have no problems giving the organization its $500 million in taxpayer funds each year. Planned Parenthood has said they aren’t interested in the proposal because they want to continue providing abortions. So that led Carlson to wonder a simple question: If Planned Parenthood’s services are so vital to women, and if abortions make up a tiny percent of their business — like they claim — why aren’t they willing to stop pro