"It's Not How White Men Fight": Tucker Carlson Text Criticizing Jumping Contributed to His Firing - NYTChris Menahan
May. 02, 2023
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A text Tucker Carlson sent criticizing a group of purported Trump supporters for jumping an "Antifa kid" in a three-on-one beatdown allegedly contributed to his eventual firing, the New York Times reports.
Even though Carlson was defending an Antifa and deploring mob violence, his crime was apparently noticing that white men tend not to fight in a dishonorable fashion.
From The New York Times, "Carlsonís Text That Alarmed Fox Leaders: 'It's Not How White Men Fight'":
A text message sent by Tucker Carlson that set off a panic at the highest levels of Fox on the eve of its billion-dollar defamation trial showed its most popular host sharing his private, inflammatory views about violence and race."It revealed that Tucker has watched World Star Hip Hop," Steve Sailor commented. "So, Tucker was fired for holding white Americans to a higher standard of behavior."
Incidentally, there was a vicious gang beating of a white man in Oakland, California over the weekend by a group of nonwhites during a street takeover. While the victim was bleeding on the ground, a black man could be seen going over to the knocked-out white man and shoving his head into a bucket for laughs.
The New York Times had nothing to say about it.
[Header image of Tucker Carlson by Gage Skidmore, CC BY-SA 2.0]
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