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Tucker Carlson is a paid asshole. John Lewis would have been 100% down with everything Obama said at his funeral. Carlson oozes sleaze from every pore. What Obama said was both TRUE and APPR

Tucker slings..........The Truth. It hurts the Dems. That is why I respect him.    I watch  Tucker, Hannity and Ingraham every night.   Who do I not respect? Cock-sucking

I believe when taken in context of his upbringing, lifetime influences, past writings and affiliations, and his administration's actions, it becomes abundantly clear it was politically motivated and e

4 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

 

Well, she won the RFK Ripple of Hope award for one thing.  Do you think Trump will ever receive that honor? Good luck with that.

 

 

File that one in my WGAF folder...

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9 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

 

Well, she won the RFK Ripple of Hope award for one thing.  Do you think Trump will ever receive that honor? Good luck with that.

 

 

 

 

Subtle troll noted

 

 

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On 7/31/2020 at 11:18 AM, XavierOnassis said:

Tucker Carlson is a paid asshole. John Lewis would have been 100% down with everything Obama said at his funeral.

Carlson oozes sleaze from every pore.

What Obama said was both TRUE and APPROPRIATE.

That proves they both were racist assholes. 

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On 7/31/2020 at 12:12 PM, EltonJohnson said:

'one of the sleaziest and most dishonest figures' in US political history

 

 

Tucker Carlson described former President Obama as "one of the sleaziest and most dishonest figures in the history of American politics" after his eulogy at the funeral of civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) on Thursday.

 

 

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Carlson, who also described the former president as "a greasy politician" for calling on Congress to pass a new Voting Rights Act and to eliminate the filibuster, which Obama described as a relic of the Jim Crow era that disenfranchised Black Americans, in order to do so.

 

"Barack Obama, one of the sleaziest and most dishonest figures in the history of American politics, used George Floyd's death at a funeral to attack the police," Carlson said before showing a segment of Obama's remarks.

 

Obama gave lengthy remarks about Lewis at Thursday's funeral, but the part that got the most attention was his vehement push for Congress to pass a new Voting Rights Act, which was an issue that Lewis had pursued. The Supreme Court in 2013 struck down the heart of the 1965 law, allowing nine states, mostly in the South, to change their voting laws without federal approval.

"Bull Connor may be gone. But today we witness with our own eyes police officers kneeling on the necks of Black Americans.

 

Ovomit is pure filth, and a very sickening creep.

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On 8/1/2020 at 6:43 PM, ROG62 said:

Damn.  Took two seconds to google
Here you go...now fucking get over it...

 

https://www.newsweek.com/fox-news-sean-hannity-tucker-carlson-admit-falsely-accuse-cnn-parkland-town-823778

For the sake of honesty and full disclosure to which we are committed, we have to tell you there is no evidence as of right now that CNN tried to give Colton Haab a scripted question, and we wanted you to know tha
IS NOT AN APOLOGY.  IT WAS COMPLETELY FAKE.

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2 minutes ago, Whatever said:

For the sake of honesty and full disclosure to which we are committed, we have to tell you there is no evidence as of right now that CNN tried to give Colton Haab a scripted question, and we wanted you to know tha
IS NOT AN APOLOGY.  IT WAS COMPLETELY FAKE.

And Carloson never mentions he was told ahead of time it was fake.  This is a classic example of FAKE NEWS.  Admit it or you are a fraud.

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26 minutes ago, Whatever said:

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And Carloson never mentions he was told ahead of time it was fake.  This is a classic example of FAKE NEWS.  Admit it or you are a fraud.

They issued a retraction...whereas your FAKE NEWS never issues retractions...they lie continuously and NEVER admit when the got it wrong...calling themselves journalists is self aggrandizing bullshit...they're just an arm of the very crooked and disingenuous dnc who will stop at nothing to gain power...

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19 minutes ago, ROG62 said:

They issued a retraction...whereas your FAKE NEWS never issues retractions...they lie continuously and NEVER admit when the got it wrong...calling themselves journalists is self aggrandizing bullshit...they're just an arm of the very crooked and disingenuous dnc who will stop at nothing to gain power...

No It was NOT a retraction.  A Retraction says we are wrong.  Carlson half assed it.  Said as far as we know it was incorrect. Bullshit.  It as one percent incorrect.  And he was told by CNN  before he went  on with it.  And he NEVER mentioned that.  That my friend that is FAKE NEWS.  No other way to spin it.

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1 hour ago, Whatever said:

No It was NOT a retraction.  A Retraction says we are wrong.  Carlson half assed it.  Said as far as we know it was incorrect. Bullshit.  It as one percent incorrect.  And he was told by CNN  before he went  on with it.  And he NEVER mentioned that.  That my friend that is FAKE NEWS.  No other way to spin it.

https://bangordailynews.com/2018/02/28/news/tucker-carlson-sean-hannity-issue-corrections-on-cnn-smear/

Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity issue corrections on CNN smear

 

Actually, CNN did not attempt to impose some “scripted” questions on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Colton Haab. Such was the message on Tuesday night issued from Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity in corrections to the bogus media story of last week.

“For the sake of honesty and full disclosure, to which we are committed, we have to tell you there is no evidence as of right now that CNN tried to give Colton Haab a scripted question. And we want you to know that,” said Carlson on his eponymous show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” That admission followed an extensive summary of the events as Carlson had reported them.

 

For his part, Hannity stuck with a smaller disclosure:

 

Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity issue corrections on CNN smear“We have a quick update on a story we told you about last week. Colton Haab is a Stoneman Douglas High School student. He was supposed to appear on CNN’s gun-control town hall. He said the network tried to script his question. Both he and his father said they had emails to prove that, told the entire media. Tonight Glenn Haab told the AP that he omitted some words from the email; he says he didn’t do it on purpose. Therefore, what Haabs told all news outlets last week was inaccurate. Our job is always to strive for the truth, and we want to correct the record.”

 

Both corrections were prompted by an Associated Press story reporting that Glenn Haab, father of Colton Haab, had admitted to altering an email that was part of a back-and-forth between the Haab family and a CNN producer. The alteration left some ambiguity as to whether CNN may have imposed a question on the 17-year-old Colton Haab. CNN on Friday released its own email records of the correspondence after two news outlets – Fox News and HuffPost – had forwarded allegedly doctored correspondence as part of an effort to authenticate the records.

 

The Washington Post and other outlets last Friday night published the side-by-side emails indicating a discrepancy between CNN’s emails and the ones that Fox News and HuffPost had obtained, presumably from the Haab family. Even with the discrepancy, the email chain made quite clear that CNN had tried to assist Colton Haab in deciding on one powerful question that he himself had drafted.

 

Yet Carlson, in Tuesday night’s correction, hinted that this was all a factual tossup. Here’s his entire spiel:

 

We’ve got an update on that gun-control rally that CNN held last week. After the event, a high school student called Colton Haab claimed that CNN tried to give him a scripted question to ask on camera. Colton came on this show last week on Thursday to tell his story. CNN denied the account. Now, Colton and his parents sent us their email correspondence with CNN, which seemed to confirm Colton’s claim that his question had been altered by a CNN producer.

 

“On Friday, we asked CNN to verify and comment on those emails. Because that was our journalistic duty, so we did it. A short time before air, CNN provided us a different set of emails. We immediately asked the Haabs about those. They said they were being slandered by CNN and that is where it stood. Two sides telling contradictory stories. Without access to their email accounts, we could only guess which one was telling the truth, and guessing is not enough."

 

“Tonight, we have more. We have an update. The Haab family concedes that they did remove a line from one of their emails in a way that might make some think its meaning had changed. Colton’s father says it was accidental. We don’t know. We can’t prove or disprove that. But for the sake of honesty and full disclosure, to which we are committed, we have to tell you there is no evidence as of right now that CNN tried to give Colton Haab a scripted question. And we want you to know that.”

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