Listen: Heather Mcdonald, Tucker Carlson, Tucker discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Ninety redeye. He's our Honey and I'm Gary McNamara. Welcome. Good morning. All right. I want to start with the hour by plane is on. This was on Tucker Carlson was it. It was not talk you're arguing or giving that look as he does with somebody who was completely and totally clueless. The tucker. Look the Tucker. Look where his eyebrows are going what? Yes. Yeah. I his guests. Tammy Bruce, well-known, conservative talk show host and Heather McDonald, who wrote the book the diversity delusion. Heather McDonald is also she she came to the forefront and became part of the public media during the entire police brutality and police commit murders. And police. Murder young black men to a greater degree. She's the one that crunched all the numbers on that. And said what's really really really happening in police interactions today and went through all the different figures with you know, with from from the FBI police forces and everything else just showed. That's not what's happening. And so she has become an extremely controversial figure at that point. Yeah. She's also jumped on and talked about the diversity delusion and gone onto attack. What's going on in our college campuses today? But he asked both of them starting out with Heather McDonald about the allegations against Brad Kavanagh. How should we assess these claims both in the New Yorker story and from Christine Ford well with our traditional standards of Justice, obviously what we're looking at right now. Tucker is the arrival of campus culture into the world at large, and it is not a pretty sight. It's a combination of rank ignorance of what an extraordinary accomplishment was to develop standards of due process you referred to mediaeval trials by by ordeal. And the presumption of guilt what we're hearing from students in these these senators, they have no knowledge. Of what we have with."