Tucker Carlson’s Ultra-Misogynistic Clips Appear on Video

Tucker Carlson’s Ultra-Misogynistic Clips Appear on Video

The recordings hail from between 2006 and 2011, when Carlson used to regularly call into a program entitled Bubba the Love Sponge, a shock jock show that managed to coax out the parts of Carlson's brain he usually knew better to hide.

Carlson defended him during this time, too, saying in August of 2009, "He's in prison because he's weird and unpopular and he has a different lifestyle that other people find creepy". "I don't understand why, if you're an adult, you just can't get up and say, 'This is what the person did to me'". One: Is this guy one of the top 10 most unsafe people in America? If you want to know what I think, you can watch.

Some of the most troubling comments for Tucker Carlson include the following.

Tucker Carlson has a history of anti-LGBTQ statements and actions, from bragging about the assault of a man in 1980 to inciting violence against a survivor of the Pulse Massacre.

The remarks, made on the air with Bubba the Love Sponge, a popular shock jock, included describing women as "extremely primitive" and "like dogs".

The rightwing media watchdog group Media Matters for America dropped a compilation of clips from old Tucker Carlson radio appearances Sunday night. I mean, it's nothing they did.

"Women hate you when they do you wrong and you put up with it", he said.

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Bubba and a co-host disagreed, putting Carlson on the defensive.

The radio interview transcriptions were published by Media Matters for America, a liberal-leaning nonprofit group that monitors politically conservative media. He continued: "Rather than express the usual ritual contrition, how about this: I'm on television every weeknight for an hour". But, I mean, you got to give them the benefit of the doubt. "This report shows exactly who he is and has always been". Carlson might see a difference between sexual assault and forced child marriage, but Child Not Bride explained that globally, girls who marry before 15 are 50 percent more likely to face physical or sexual violence from a partner. He also said, "there's no Canadian woman that you'd want to pay to sleep with".

"The reason we released this is precisely because the things you say on your Fox News show echo the misogyny displayed in those clips".

"Look, just to make it absolutely clear".

Asked for comment on the newly surfaced audio, Fox News referred The Post to Carlson's statement.

The audio quickly went viral, and the backlash was swift as many condemned Carlson for his views.

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