There is a shock wave canvassing the liberal media with regard to a recent discovery about the culture permeating some hosts at Fox News, which looks passé to many of us who have been following the injured network. While the prevailing winds of change may have tampered with our egalitarian sense of justice, Tucker Carlson racism is old news, if you ask us. There are many episodes of his nightly show where the theme, the direction, and the grievances he was known to voice all led down the path of a lynching tree.
Grant you, the latest discovery of his racist message was a “gotcha” one, if ever they existed. And although Carlson’s bosses never batted an eyelash for his outrageous and racist comments in the past, we are of the belief that his firing has to do more with his incredulous disrespect of his superiors than his racist pedantry.
Just saying, don’t cry a river over one little nugget from a boulder of established and unshakable racism. Just to look righteous, Fox is spinning this tale around our necks.
Think about it. If Carlson’s top writer burned himself posting racist comments online using a pseudonym, you don’t think the two privately joked about their bigotry?
INTO OBLIVION, HE GOES
It was really a question of time before Carlson’s arrogance and fatherly influence and education caught up with him. No matter how much control and discipline a news anchor shows, eventually his naked ideology will rear its ugly head, just as it did in Carlson’s case. No one can hide their hate, no matter how much control they exert over their summoned words, be they private or public.
Thus, into oblivion goes Tucker Carlson. Just as another anchor, Bill O’Reilly, had before him.
Think about it. If Carlson’s top writer burned himself posting racist comments online using a pseudonym, you don’t think the two privately joked about their bigotry? Ask any man how they entertain themselves when congregating with each other, and they will tell you by sharing funny stories about their past, friendships, and more importantly their beliefs.
Tucker Carlson racism is old news, but it is always refreshing to remind ourselves where evil resides, often projecting itself, unapologetically, into our living rooms.
So, thank you, Ja’han Jones, for reminding us of Carlson’s evil.