“It will be very ugly, very soon”: Tucker Carlson criticizes a former colleague of Fox News, who suggested that he should be in prison – or “something worse” – for the content of the show: warns that the rhetoric on the left has become “terrible” and says “it’s time to de-escalate”
- Tucker Carlson responded to former Fox News reporter Carl Cameron for recent comments in which he said the presenter should be jailed “or worse” for the content of his show
- “What’s ‘worse?'” Carlson, 53, told his audience after showing a clip of CNN’s former reporter on the weekend.
- “We don’t know what‘ something worse ’is, but it feels like we’re moving towards it at a very high rate at the moment,” Carlson seemed to warn.
- “Rhetoric has its own internal logic,” said Carlson, one of the network’s most famous voices. “We have been through this – we can persuade ourselves
- “It simply came to our notice then. And what they are talking about now is, I quote, “something worse.” it’s scary ‘
- “Time to retreat, time to de-escalate – otherwise it will be very ugly, very fast,” – warned Carlson
- Carlson has been criticized for comments that critics say support the Great Substitution theory, which inspired shooters from Buffalo and New Zealand.
Tucker Carlson has responded to former Fox News colleague Carl Cameron for recent comments saying the presenter should be get in jail or “get into something worse” for the content of his show.
“Maybe get in jail, or maybe something worse,” Carlson said Monday, quoting a comment from former CNN reporter Jim Acosta, who criticized the presenter for distributing false and potentially harmful material.
“What’s ‘worse?'” Carlson, 53, asked in his audience, showing a video of Cameron’s former reporter on the air, who told his audience to take it as a threat.
“We don’t know what‘ something worse ’is, but of course it feels like we’re moving towards it at a very high rate at the moment,” Carlson seemed to have warned before ominously adding, “This is the final point for the conversation so – “something worse.”
Carlson, who has been criticized for comments that left-wing critics say supports the “Great Replacement Theory, a racist ideology that allegedly inspired a Buffalo bomber and a murderer in a New Zealand mosque, has continued to criticize leftists for trying to kill him.” racist.
‘RHetoric has its own internal logic, ”said Carlson, one of the network’s most famous voices. “We have been through this – we can persuade ourselves. We did it all. “
He continued: “Democrats are doing it right now. And what they are talking about now is, I quote, “something worse.” It’s scary. “
The presenter then seems to offer a grim warning to his progressive critics.
“Time to retreat, time to de-escalate – otherwise it will be very ugly, very fast.”
Tucker Carlson has responded to former Fox News colleague Carl Cameron for recent comments saying the presenter should be jailed or “end up in something worse” for the content of his show.
Cameron, who left Fox News in 2017, has been harshly critical of the promotion on the net, especially Carlson.
Cameron, who worked at Fox for a long time before his sudden departure in 2017, has in recent months been very critical of his former network, especially its advocacy views such as Tucker Carlson Tonight and Tucker Carlson Today.
On Monday, Cameron, who blames Fox News and conservative media for the Buffalo shooting, called for government intervention to remove Carlson from the air, comparing him broadcasts with a fake shout of fire in a crowded theater.
“The fact is that if you disturb the peace by rioting in a movie theater, the police are going to arrest you and you could be in jail or you could be in something worse,” said Cameron, who is now launching the progressive news aggregator Front Page Live.
“The president needs to be more resolute, and sooner or later the law enforcement and the US government will have to stop lying because it leads to the death of people,” he said.
“It’s not just Fox, it’s social media in general. It’s online. And we need to remember that much of what we read comes from non-Americans pretending to be Americans to make it worse to kill them.
He continued: “In this particular case, Tucker has been shouting for years about a fire in a crowded movie theater.”
“This cliché really concerns what freedom of speech is. And the fact is that if you disturb the peace by starting a riot in the cinema, the police are going to arrest you.
At this point, Cameron offered a remark that Carlson found threatening.
“And you could be in jail, or you could be in something worse,” Cameron said.