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The Indispensable Tucker Carlson

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Posted By: M2, 11/27/2019 6:30:37 AM

Michael Blake, the vice-chairman of the Democratic National Committee, just paid Tucker Carlson a high compliment. He’s trying to defame, delegitimize, deplatform, and, ultimately, cancel him. That’s because the Fox News host is the most articulate spokesman for a set of principles and priorities that are important to middle America, but anathema to the bipartisan ruling class. It started when Blake was a guest on Bill Hemmer’s program discussing the Democratic presidential primaries. Blake used the platform to try and embarrass Hemmer by hijacking the conversation to criticize one of the network’s most popular hosts. “The core question is why the hell does Tucker Carlson

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Reply 1 - Posted by: ROLFNader 11/27/2019 6:45:26 AM (No. 246715)
Our modern pamphleteer. I don't have network TV- but his show , alone,justifies my Sirius XM bill.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: PChristopher 11/27/2019 7:22:07 AM (No. 246747)
Tucker Carlson is the absolute best thing on Fox. He is the definition of the happy warrior. Watters is getting there but still needs some seasoning. I love Gutfeld's wicked sarcasm and sense of irony. I could listen to them anytime.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Newtsche 11/27/2019 8:31:10 AM (No. 246805)
At the least, Tucker's open is must-see tv every night here. There's a very good chance I'll come back later for segments or go ahead and DVR the rest of the show.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: davew 11/27/2019 9:06:19 AM (No. 246848)
He should do a road show with Mark Steyne like O'Reilly did with Dennis Miller. Some of the funniest moments on TV ever. The UFO obsession is weird. He must have some personal reasons for pushing those stories.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: ramona 11/27/2019 9:51:47 AM (No. 246896)
My favorite Tucker moments are when he gets Brit Hume to smile! I love Tucker. On rare occasions I disagree with him but I've seen him change his tone and tune when he realizes a guest is more logical than he had anticipated. last night he introduced someone he referred to as a friend, Patrick Kennedy, and asked him to talk about life after the decision to deal with his addiction. It was a serious interview and - for me - unexpected. Tucker is one of the most fair people on t.v. and I wish him and his family well. Ramona (the Pest)
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Kate318 11/27/2019 11:26:40 AM (No. 247036)
I saw this segment with Bill Hemmer and the DNC vice-whackadoodle. Bill Hemmer actually shut him down pretty well. I was surprised. Usually, Fox News hosts let their dem guests blather on and on, with no push back.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: JubilationTCornpone 11/27/2019 11:38:37 AM (No. 247045)
So Blake is saying he wants to go on Tucker’s show to put him in his place? Good luck with that.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: DVC 11/28/2019 12:42:55 AM (No. 247447)
I like Tucker, he is great.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: 49 Ford 11/28/2019 1:20:48 AM (No. 247464)
Yes, Tucker is absolutely the best. I can remember when he was paired with the overbearing Robert Novak and came across as the bow-tied wimp. Tucker has more than come into his own.
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