Fox News host Tucker Carlson routinely spouts far too much truth for the mindless hosts of “The View” to handle. That’s precisely what happened this week, causing Joy Behar and her liberal minions to label the conservative anchor “loony town.” Carlson was not about to let them get away with it, and just hours later, he made them suffer during his nightly program.
On Wednesday night, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson ran an interesting segment regarding decreasing male income opportunities and the critical role that plays in the decline of marriage and the middle-class family. This, of course, is an important topic of discussion at a time when fewer people are choosing to get married and more babies are being born out of wedlock, which leads to a slew of other problems.
Unfortunately, the panel of cackling hens on “The View” did not see it that way. “It reminds me of when they blamed women for pregnancy as if he had nothing to do with it,” said Joy Behar. Another co-host chimed in, calling Carlson “loony town.”
On Thursday, the Fox News host defended his program and took aim at his haters on “The View” who, for some reason, have a perpetual aversion to the facts.
“Now let’s be clear about that statement. First of all, it is factually true, and that’s the essential test of anything,” said Carlson. “All we did was tell the truth of what happened. Which we did because it actually matters, and that turned out to be too much for the people that believe it is their job to prevent you from knowing why your country is going down the tubes. Those people got very angry.”
Tucker Carlson backed up all of his statements with evidence, even including studies done by notoriously liberal organizations. Apparently, however, that makes him “loony town” in the eyes of “The View.”
“Yeah, loony town,” said Carlson. “No one contested the facts of what we said. In fact, later in the show one of those same hosts admitted that, in fact, women do strongly prefer marrying men who make more than they do. So it’s true but it is not on the list of approved talking points so it can’t ever be said out loud. Those are the rules and anyone who violates those rules must be punished.”
“A mob of angry children is suddenly in charge of the country,” Carlson added. “These aren’t people seeking a revolution. They’re fighting for the status quo to protect their own status. They are drunk on power and they are looking for new people to hurt. Someday, we are going to look back on this moment with shame and horror.”
“But in the meantime, we should remember that terror only works if we play along with it. So what if we decided not to? What if all of us decided to tell the truth about something every day in public? What would happen then? What could they do about it? They can’t punish everybody. We’re the majority. Let’s try that,” he concluded.
If anyone is “loony town,” it’s the women of “The View,” who see fit to pontificate on issues they know nothing about. To be completely honest, it’s incredible that these women are still on the air. They have nothing of substance to add to the national conversation surrounding politics, pop culture, or social issues. Quite frankly, they’re part of the reason we’re becoming less and less intelligent as a society.