The Senior Misogynist at Fox News, Tucker Carlson, is once again demonstrating how he rose through the ranks of Rupert Murdoch's empire to distinguish himself as a world-class woman hater. That was no easy task at a network known for demeaning, exploiting, and abusing women. But Carlson has earned his reputation and is likely proud of it.
What set Carlson off on this occasion was a cover story in GQ Magazine about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Just the blasphemy of featuring a woman on the cover a publication for gentlemen must have triggered a severe psychotic spasm for Carlson. In obvious distress, he sought remedial therapy from his colleagues at Fox and Friends, where he unloaded this vile invective while cackling maniacally…
“[Impersonating AOC] 'They're trying to kill me. They hate me. They don't like women.' Really? Who hates women? [Laughing again] I've never met anyone who hates women. Most men actually really like women, as far as I know.”
Carlson was reacting to comments AOC made in the article about how she was treated by some of her peers when she first came to Congress. She said that…
“My lived experience here is as a person who is despised. Imagine working a job and your bosses don’t like you and folks on your team are suspicious of you. And then the competing company is trying to kill you.”
That's objectively true. She was regarded by Republicans as a radical socialist. And some of her Democratic colleagues considered too liberal. And, of course, along with others she was sought after by violent rioters during the insurrection on January 6th that Donald Trump incited.
Carlson utterly misrepresented AOC's remarks. She was referring to political differences, not being hated as a woman. But Carlson's misrepresentation exposed his own hatred. Imagine the cognitive disconnect to assert that he “never met anyone who hates women.” All he had to do was look in the mirror. And his very next line that “Most men actually really like women,” is drenched with sexist sexual connotations.
It's highly unlikely that Carlson even bothered to read the article. Had he done so he would have seen AOC's remarks that “There are amazing men in this world,” and that “It is the presence of good men that has shown me what kind of men are possible in this world.” But he surely prefers to reside in his domain of faux masculinity. It's a state of psychosis that he has displayed repeatedly on his program. For instance…
Tucker Carlson of Fox News Attacks Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a Grossly Misogynistic Diatribe
Carlson demeans AOC by denying her heritage, infantilizing her name, and dehumanizing her: “There is no place on Earth, outside of American colleges and newsrooms, where Sandy Cortez would be recognized as a, quote, woman of color. Because she’s not. She’s a rich, entitled, white lady. She’s a pampered, entitled, ski bunny.” See also: Big Baby Trump Says AOC has ‘the Mind of a Child’
Tucker Carlson of Fox News Hurls a Nauseating Trivialization of Rape and Sexual Violence
After AOC remarked that she had feared being raped by the rioters who attacked Congress on January 6th, Carlson told her to “Get a therapist, honey. This is crazy.”
OH NO! Tucker Carlson is Turned Off By ‘Less Sexy,’ ‘Unappealing’ Cartoon M&Ms
Carlson confesses his perverse sexual attraction to cartoon candies: “The brown M&M has transitioned from high stiletto’s to lower block heels. Also less sexy. That’s progress. M&M’s will not be satisfied until every last cartoon character is deeply unappealing and totally androgynous. Until the moment you wouldn’t want to have a drink with any one of them.”
Macho Poser Tucker Carlson’s Journey from ‘Dancing With the Stars’ to ‘The End of Men’
Carlson produced a special on Fox News about “The End of Men.” By all appearances it seems to be an in-depth exploration of Carlson’s deep-seated insecurity about his pitifully lacking masculinity and flaming impotence. He laments that declining testosterone levels are “One of the biggest stories in our lifetimes.”
This might be a good time to remind everyone that Fox News has always been a hotbed of misogyny. Their founder and CEO, Roger Ailes, was fired for sexual harassment. So was their top star, Bill O'Reilly. And there were many more. It's a good thing we have a specimen of masculinity like Tucker Carlson to remind us of what a real man looks like…
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