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Fresh update on "carlson" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Devils 5 to one John Carlson, the only goal for the capitals who saw Jack Hughes neta hat trick for the New Jersey Devils as a capital's fall. 5 to one at Jersey, the start of this long, 6 game roadie for the capitals. Back in college park, Maryland football ends their regular season with a 37 zip victory over Rutgers, the turf 7 and 5 on the season now await to see what bowl they will play in. Number three Michigan Thompson number two Ohio State, 45, 23 at the World Cup winners included Argentina, France, Poland, Australia, Tuesday, United States will face Iran got a win to advance on to the knockout rounds. College basketball local winter Saturday, Georgetown, AV GW and George Mason on the men's side. On the women's side, Maryland topping Towson. Can the commanders continue their hot streak they play Sunday at 1 o'clock against the Atlanta Falcons a team very much still in the mix and their division at 5 and 6 commanders have won four of their last 5 under quarterback Taylor heinecke again kick-off Sunday at 1 o'clock from FedEx field. Again, capitals fall 5 to one at the Devils of Frankie and Rohan WTO sports
Libs Blame Lauren Boebert, Tucker Carlson for Colorado Gunman
"Some of the things they were saying were just simply horrendous, as a matter of fact, I want you to listen to cut 14. This is someone saying that Lauren boebert that congresswoman and Tucker Carlson, they need to be flogged. They need to be punished for defending these children against these radical sex and gender revolutionaries. Cut 14. You need to see accountability and consequences. So first, a real quick hate crime charge here on top of the homicide charges, I applaud that. That tells me prosecutors and police, they found quickly what they needed. That means they know this was a bias crime. This is likely, and since we've heard reports that the subject isn't cooperating with police, that means they likely found clear and convincing evidence on his devices. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should face civil consequences from the victims. The other thing they want to deny is not only the safe harbor, but the way we resolve this. And by that, I mean, you asked earlier, how do we put a stop to hate? Well, one of the things you would normally do is teach young children in school, here's what race is about. These other people over here who may seem different to you. They have a different orientation. But you know what? Increasingly, states are saying, no, no, no. You can't talk about race or say the word gay or teach anything in schools. So they deny the resolution mechanism that we would normally use. So this guy is saying that the government clearly was a fan of Lauren boebert and watch Tucker Carlson all the time. Well, there's no proof of that. And I can not sit here behind this big, beautiful, huge conservative microphone, and tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt that the guys ever watched Fox News channel. I can't tell you that because nobody knows that.
Fresh update on "carlson" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Switch today, do what I did. 9 7 two patriot will go to patriot mobile dot com slash gawker, free activation with my name that's 972-728-7468 patriot mobile dot com slash GOR KA. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should face civil consequences from the victims. Tucker Carlson and Lauren boebert, according to former FBI counter terrorism agent, Frank figuli should be sued for the attack at the LGBT club this weekend in Colorado Springs. I guess if that's the case, then Steve scalise should sue Bernie Sanders for being shot at by one of his campaign volunteers on a baseball field, not very far from this studio share. Utter insanity, but you want to play that game. We'll play that game. I'm Sebastian gorka. This is America first. If you enjoy the show, support those who make it possible. Great Americans, like Mike lyndell. You heard what the FBI did to him recently. He came on the show to tell us three unmarked cars ambushed him at a drive-through to take his phone from him. Why? Oh, election denial. You're a conservative. Let's have his back even Walmart have canceled his products, but you can't keep a good man down. Over a 150 incredible products on his side, special Thanksgiving savings, bogo offers, use my name for up to 66% off call today. My pillow on 808 two 9 8 four 6 8. You heard Victor yesterday. He bought two of the pet beds for his neighbors. How nice victories. The number 808 two 9 8 four 6 8 or just go to my pillow dot com promo code gorka that's my pillow dot com promo Koji arcade. We're back with Chris Farrell director of research and investigations at judicial watch. They are the swamp monster hunters extraordinaire. Chris, let's talk about this individual, the new special counsel Jack Smith. First things first, kind of has a record with things that are not very trumpian or America first or conservative, correct. There's a political operator, right? I mean, this is not an attorney who has liberal ideas. This guy is a leftist political operator and has been for decades. And we know that because he was involved, he had had consultations way back when you remember Lois Lerner at the IRS. Targeting the Tea Party patriots. That is correct. And so there was on the heels or at the back end of the citizens united decision, the left was up in arms, and they said, well, we can go after Tea Party groups, patriot groups. Anybody organizing on the right, trying to create 501c3 nonprofit organizations. C four organizations trying to be political activists, and we're going to suppress their activities. And this was the Obama administration weaponizing the IRS to suppress their political opposition. Slow roll their applications at 5 O one. Ask them questions. What kind of activities are involved in? There are groups that were asked. You say that you lead your open up your meetings with a prayer, what kind of prayers do you pray? Literally, people were asked that. And he was involved in.
The Left Claims the Right Is Responsible for the Colorado Shooting
"The comment here on the article about how Republicans are ultimately responsible for the horror in Colorado Springs at a gay club where this lunatic and if you threaten to blow up your mother a year before, I am proud of Tucker Carlson for naming the DA. Let's get the guy's name. I don't remember the name. Naming the DA involved here. A guy, the police are called, he's threatening to murder his mother and they throw away the whole thing so how do you as a clean record and can then buy a gun? Okay, just for the record. So the sky writes here that the great irony here is that grooming is what the religious right does. Children are indoctrinated into religious beliefs from an early age by adults who wish to control the very thoughts. This is the view of religious people that they have. But it isn't an intellectual dishonesty here. I'm just curious if this guy has, if Joe and San Francisco has a child, he does not, what is the word that he uses? Indoctrinate. He doesn't indoctrinate his children into leftist beliefs? As I said, if his child came home and said, hey dad, if he has a child, hey, dad, I really think that Donald Trump has better answers for the country. Make America great again, dad. And he'll go, you know, I am really proud of you, darling. You grew up to be a kid within independent thinking. I in no way want to indoctrinate you with left wing thought.
MSNBC Blames Conservatives for Colorado Nightclub Shooting
"The folks over at MSD and see they have finally figured out who to blame for this shooting at the gay club in Colorado Springs, cut 6, please. The theory is if you're fearful enough, you're not going to push back. But what we need to see happening is the exact opposite. We need to see accountability and consequences. So first, a real quick hate crime charge here on top of the homicide charges, I applaud that. That tells me, prosecutors and police, they found quickly what they needed. That means they know this was a bias crime. This is likely, and since we've heard reports that the subject isn't cooperating with police, that means they likely found clear and convincing evidence on his devices. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should pay civil consequences from the victims. Yeah, that's a heavy dose of grade 8 crap. Ladies and gentlemen, what we do know about this attacker is that he is 22 years old. He's a Mormon. I don't know if he likes to get Marie. I don't know. Just because you're Mormon, doesn't make come on, grace, just because you're a Mormon doesn't mean you like Donnie and Murray. Or the handsome. So the guy was a Mormon. So it's not like he's some sort of Southern Baptist. Or I don't know, Presbyterian. Why am I not picking on your denomination grace? Just step away from the microphone. You're just making up for the weeks loss. I am, I am here. But the whole point of this is that there's no proof that this guy we still even know if it is in fact a hate crime. But here's what here's what we do know that they have a George Soros district attorney in Colorado Springs, and this Yahoo let this guy walk when he threatened to blow up his mother.
Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy
"Mike Rowe was recently on Tucker Carlson's show. They were at the patriot. I believe it's called the patriot awards yes it is for Fox. And micro was interviewed by Tucker Carlson. And I just want to go through some of the things that Mike rose said to kind of set the tone. And I really do think this is important. And the more that I think about this, there's always when it comes to politics, there's always micro issues. There's symptoms and there's always a greater disease at play. And I think the denigration of manhood in America has become a huge problem. And we're seeing it play out in politics if you, if you just look at it. All right? So Mike Rogan, he was on Tucker Carlson's show. And Tucker Carlson obviously was interviewing him and Mike wrote to Tucker Carlson that the man in this country they're becoming soft and lazy and he says that's in part due to how much time these men are spending on their screens. I want to get into some of the specifics of what Mike rose said, but I think we all can relate to that. Listen, I spend a lot of time on my phone screen. I spend tons of time on my computer screen. I'm not looking to be influenced, though. I'm looking to search for, you know, news stories, headlines, and to be able to do a show like this or to be able to do my own show. To be able to do my podcast, by the way, check out my podcast the Carl Jackson show dot com Salem podcast network dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. And you can follow me on social media. The Carl Jackson show. But here's what Mike Rowe had to say to Tucker Carlson. So he said, so I'm wrong about I'm quoting, obviously, so I'm wrong about as much as I am right. And it's for that reason. I hate to say, I told you so.
Adams' 35-yard TD in OT powers Raiders past Broncos 22-16
"Derek Carr through two touchdown passes to Davante Adams and the Raiders roared back to defeat the Broncos 22 16 in overtime The second of cars scoring strikes came from the Denver 35 when he saw no defenders anywhere near Adams So I just said look it's go up in the air and really I mean it happens it happens slow but it happens fast So it wasn't really a whole lot of thinking It was just locking on the ball and just making it look like With no time out Carl led a drive that culminated in Daniel Carlson's game tying 25 yard field goal with 16 seconds left in the fourth quarter Both teams are three and 7 Bruce Morton Denver
Did You Watch 'The Five' on Fox News Yesterday?
"Did you watch the 5 yesterday? Did you notice anything unusual about the 5 to 5 is at 5 p.m. eastern 4 p.m. central the 5 is one of the most popular successful shows on Fox News. It's a combination of jeanine pirro and it's always seems to be the Greg gutfeld show, but Jesse waters and Jessica tarlov that the liberal progressive lady Harold Ford Geraldo gets on there once in a while. It's a very successful show. And it's probably their number one rated show next to Tucker Carlson. Do you notice anything unusual about yesterday's 5? In fact, let me just open up the phone lines and ask you if you noticed it. One 806 5 5 mic. Do you see anything a little unusual about the 5s coverage? I know they're, where are they in Miami? I guess, for the patriot awards, they're doing a Patreon thing. And they're on remote. But they did a regular show. And if you settled in to watch it and you enjoy the 5 and you appreciate the show, maybe you noticed something yesterday. I'll let a caller point it out. Instead of me telling you, because there's a big story behind this. And there's a big issue that looms large. And yesterday's episode of the 5 prove what is reality with the political landscape.
Capitals beat Lightning as Kuemper gets best of Bolts again
"Darcy Kemper made 28 saves and helped kill off a 5 minute power play in the second period as the capitals beat the lightning 5 to one Sonny Milano had two goals and an assist Anthony mantha Alexi protists and Connor sherry each let the lamp Kemper missed out on the shutout when Nick permits scored in the third More importantly I think just as a group we came together with the urgency that we really wanted this win and you could see it in our play right from the start and it was nice to see everyone get rewarded John Carlson had an assist becoming the first caps defenseman to reach 600 points Craig heist Washington
How Did Arizona Get So Screwed Up?
"Asked a really good question here. And I just want to recap it and reiterate it. Charlie, how did Illinois get how did Arizona get so screwed up? Okay, so how did Colorado go this cycle? A great candidate hiding in all lost by 17 points, right? How about Washington's Tiffany smiley lost huge to patty Murray great candidate, right? How about organ? I don't think an organ, I don't think the Republicans are going to win an organ, despite a really good campaign. What does that mean? So those are three states in the American West where they tried to do mass universal vote by mail. And that same Soros funded strategy came to the shores or came to the edges of Arizona. What about 15 years ago? Yeah, conservative land. And no one really thought much of it, and it was started to get implemented and people really accepted it in Arizona for quite some time. And so then there were some people that praised God fought back a little bit. They said, no, we still need some mechanism to be able to vote in person. And so they're like, okay, whatever. As we try to wean you off of the drug of voting in person, we'll to these voting centers that you'll never really visit throughout the valley, right, Tyler. They'll kind of be on the edges and whatever. But because of our program, because of Steve Bannon, because the Tucker Carlson because of 2000 mules, people change their behavior, and they have this whole infrastructure that's really built for pre canvassing, right? To count all the ballots before election day, not for this. And now basically we're sending this referendum. Like, no, you got to change it, right? So Austin, Austin's going to the legislature. People say, what can it be fixed? Austin is going to be the youngest member of the Arizona legislature. Austin day one, we're going to get this fixed. We have to
Tyler Bowyer on Some Suspicious Ballot Behavior in Maricopa County
"Can you reiterate some of the math you were just talking about right here? Yeah, so I know a lot of people are on and I got tons of messages between yesterday and today because the media is trying to put out there in the world that like Katie Hobbs is going to be governor and stuff. It's just crazy. To reiterate what happened last night. And I apologize. I'm losing my voice from talking last 40. For the last two weeks. The media seems to have coordinated with the recorder's office and the elections department down at Maricopa County. And they were supposed to drop a massive drop yesterday at 6 p.m.. And that also happened to be the same time that Carrie Lake was going on Tucker Carlson. And she was on Tucker Carlson and it seemed it was odd. I mean, maybe it's just coincidence, but they did not drop the ballots that they were supposed to drop at 6 p.m.. And Carrie was on Tucker. And so then all of a sudden, it was delay delay delay delay, and then she got off Tucker, and then all of a sudden, they finally released and they said, oh, just kidding, we're not releasing all of the data that we said. We're going to release, we're going to release only a fraction of it. And at the same time, an article posted at the Arizona republic that was like, Katie Hoff still has a chance, basically. So that's what's going on.
Electronic Voting Machines Are the Threat to Democracy
"Let's hear the audio clip from Tucker Carlson, audio clip number one. And what happened today in Maricopa County where some huge percentage of voting machines, electronic voting machines, according to the Arizona republic, 30%. They claim these are dominion voting machines. But it almost doesn't matter. Electronic voting machines didn't allow people to vote, apparently. And that, whatever you think of it, the cause of it, it shakes people's faith in the system. That is an actual threat to democracy. And it points up the core problem, which is we're not really very serious about democracy if we're using electronic voting machines, or if we're not requiring photo ID to vote, we could have secure elections. We don't because the small number of people don't want them, but until we do, you're going to have these moments where everybody in the country fears volatility because one side doesn't believe the result is yeah, and that's so true. Let me take you back to a column of back from 2019 from sun sentinel. It starts out like this. Governor Ron DeSantis suspended Palm Beach county's elections chief Friday and installed a Republican lawyer to oversee voting during the next presidential contest and one of the state's most democratic counties. A woman by the name of Susan butcher, she was a Democrat. She failed to properly conduct at the time three recounts in the 2018 midterm election. So desantis instead, suspended her and named the West Palm Beach attorney Wendy link after suspending her, her permanent replacement.
How Democrats Ruin Cities?
"All right, ladies and gentlemen, we got to keep talking about this election. I hope you show up to vote. Don't be that person that thinks that only you are only one vote and your vote don't count. You better show your butt up and vote. Especially if you believe in freedom and you believe in the men and women who died so you can have the right to vote. Especially people of color, I say, especially people of color because a lot of people always cry about black people not having opportunities, their words systemic things that were against black people a hundred years ago. However, now you have an opportunity to vote when people before you didn't have that opportunity. They were suppressed. They fought to have an equal right to vote. So you better get off your narrow behind and go to that polling vote. And if you don't know how to vote 'cause you haven't done a research, just vote Republican and then next election you can do your research. Because Democrats are literally trying to ruin our country. There was a clip that I saw. This guy was actually on Tucker Carlson. And he was the president of El Salvador. Right, right? Yeah. President of El Salvador, I think, and he had made mention that these Democrats, what they're doing to the cities, they're not that dumb. They're literally strategically ruining cities.
Tucker Carlson: What Is Democracy?
"Tucker Carlson makes a great point about democracy. You want to know what democracy is. Listen to Tucker Carlson's point last night about what democracy should look like because democracy is at stake. Nothing less than the future of democracy is at stake. Really? It's nonsensical to Americans, most of them, because isn't this democracy? Dissatisfied with one thing, we're choosing another, isn't that our most basic right? No. Not according to the people you just saw. And keep in mind those weren't just talking points you heard. The people mouthing those words believe them sincerely. Every one of them, and they're emotional about it, because if the Democratic Party goes, so do they. The party is the only power they have. Once that party has been rejected, there will be nothing but what they already are. Sad middle aged mediocrities with tragic personal lives and nothing interesting to say. So everything is on the line for them. They can't lose. He's right. He's right on the money because what we're witnessing is democracy. And what we might be witnessing is a reset, a reboot, a rescue of a country from the diabolical clutches of the left. That has opened our borders that has destroyed our economy that has, I mean, unleashed the ravages of violent crime in the streets of America because of district attorneys, radical leftist Democrat, district attorneys who will not prosecute criminals who do not believe in incarcerating criminals.
Tucker Carlson: People Have the Right to Question Elections
"There's no such thing as election denying in a free society. It's called free speech. You're allowed to say it. If you think it, period. And our media, which exists to defend free speech, is doing its best day after day to shut it down. How dare you raise any questions about next week's midterms? Why are they telling you that? It's ominous. Here's MSNBC's Ali velshi, making it explicit. Watch as he explains that if you vote for a Republican in Pennsylvania, Doug mastriano, you're destroying democracy through voting. Watch this. Of those 299 election denying candidates. That's them on the screen. 173 of them are favored to win their race this year, while 52 others are in competitive races, where they still have a chance of winning. Their collective victory could have catastrophic consequences for American democracy. It's possible that in a couple of years, as the results of the 2024 presidential elections are being certified, people like Lake and fincham in Arizona, mass Rihanna in Pennsylvania and over a 150 members of Congress who have spent these last two years sowing seeds of doubt about the legitimacy of Joe Biden's victory, it's likely they'll be in positions of power that have an outsized influence on the outcome of future elections. And what they might do with that power is what voters need to be thinking about today. First of all, if people have questions about the last election or January 6th or what happened at Nancy Pelosi's house in San Francisco last Friday, there's a really simple way to put those concerns to rest. To stop the conspiracy theories. And that's produced the evidence. Show us the facts. If people are worried about vote totals in a specific state from 2020, first of all, they have a right to have the party in charge prove that that proof that that election was fair.
Truth Is Not a Left Wing Value
"Tucker Carlson played left wing media people, speaking about how perfectly coherent John fetterman is. They lied. They just lied, but they don't care that they lie, and the reason that they don't care that they lie is that truth is not a left wing value. The victory of the left is infinitely more morally significant than truth. Therefore, leftist victories are always based on lies. Like the Russian collusion with the Trump campaign. Wait till it comes out how much they lied about the COVID. One of the greatest gigantic lies in an American history. The redefining of the term vaccination. Did you know that? It's been redefined now twice. That means it's had three definitions in the last few years. Well, it doesn't really mean protect it means it improves your chances of survival. It doesn't mean I'm immunized. Immunized doesn't mean that it works with everybody. Really?
Why Charlie Doesn't Think Kanye West Is a True Anti-Semite
"I'm not sure how up to date you are with what's been going on with Kanye West and his interview with Tucker Carlson. Very hard to keep up with it. His interview with Tucker Carlson and Cuomo and the podcast, but I was wondering, what are your thoughts on what? He had to say about the media and politics in general and specific on what are your thoughts on him and Candace Owens in the white lives matter t-shirts. Also, do you believe that or do you believe that Donald Trump was a good president why or why not? Okay, that's a lot of questions. Let me start with the easiest I wrote a whole book saying Trump was a good president. So yes, definitely believed that. And he was a great president, economically, American strength, energy independent, all that sort of stuff. So I wrote a whole book on that. So I will answer the most controversial part of the question intentionally because it's important that people are honest. So I don't love the way what Kanye said, but I do not think that Kanye is an anti semite, because I'm a behaviorist. And I have never seen Kanye ever treat someone who is Jewish without respect or honor or decency. That's a very important thing, which is, okay, should he have said what he said? That's debatable and questionable. However, the outrage from people to cancel him and throw him out the window. I asked the question is, how is he treated people that are Jewish and across the board? He's treated them very well. Such says a lot before you start all of a sudden going to the rafters and saying he's the worst person ever because of what he said. And I think it could obviously have been worded differently. I had the opportunity to spend some time with him. Over a summer. And that was a whole whirlwind of time that was back in 2018 or 19. And I found him to be an incredibly decent and loving father. And so I think a lot of these characters slanders and smears against him are wrong and awful and from people that I've never met him. So that was kind of the first answer to that. The second thing is he's undoubtedly one of the most talented artists of a generation. His communication style is not for everyone. He says things that people don't like. Okay, that happens a lot in life, stop taking yourself so seriously instead of understand this is someone who's worth multiple billions of dollars that is now speaking out against a couple things. What he calls a genocide in the black community, which is regular abortion, that's a very serious thing he's speaking out against. And he's also talking about liberating this idea that you must believe a certain thing because your skin color.
Hans Niemann sues Magnus Carlsen for $100 million, accusing him of defamation
"A 19 year old chess grand master who was accused of cheating by a rival player has filed a defamation lawsuit The ongoing saga over allegations that chess grandmaster Hans Neiman cheated to win a competition in St. Louis has led to a $100 million lawsuit Niemann alleges world chess champion Magnus Carlsen Carlson's company and chess dot com work together to defame and libel niemann after his sinquefield cup win in September Even though niman admitted to cheating in online matches in prior years he denies ever cheating in person His lawsuit claims Carlson's accusations have destroyed niemann's quote remarkable
The latest in sports
"AP sports and Mike Reeves the Yankees and escrows played game two of their ALCS Thursday night in Houston Here's correspondent Adams Alex Bregman's third aiding three run Homer held up as the Astros beat the Yankees three to two to take a two zero ALCS lead I think we did a good job the first two games and you just got to keep playing hard and keep competing It's fun playing in the postseason great atmosphere here great atmosphere there And just looking forward to continue to compete Valdez allowed two unearned runs on four hits over 7 innings and he struck out 9 for the Astros without issuing a walk The Thursday night NFL matchup was a high scoring affair in Arizona with the Cardinals downing the saints 42 to 34 in wide receiver Deandre Hopkins returned to the lineup quarterback Kyler Murray connects with Hopkins ten times for a 103 yards He didn't look like he had any roast knocked it off real quick if he had any New Orleans quarterback Andy Dalton throws for 361 yards and four touchdowns along with three interceptions On the hardwood the clippers put 6 players in double figures in a 103 97 win over the Lakers Paul George and John wall led the way for head coach ty Lou's squad This was the gutsy win you know for us they came back and I think took the lead We went up 13 And we just took a big stuck with the game plan and I thought guys stepped up we made some big shots down the stretch but defensively I thought we were really good The other NBA contest He's the bucks down the 76ers 90 to 88 On the ice Eric Carlson that's the overtime winner to give the sharks a three to two win over the rangers It was the first win for San Jose after 5 losses to start the season We tried our best to play to win the game instead of sitting back and kind of waiting and see what's going to happen And I think in the third especially I think we did a good job Other NHL winners are the bruins Canadians Maple Leafs penguins blue jacket senators Devils wild oilers and Sabres and golden knights I'm Mike Reeves AP sports
Karlsson scores in OT, Sharks beat Rangers 3-2 for 1st win
"Air Carlson scored 49 seconds into overtime to give the sharks their first one of the season Three to two over the rangers San Jose scored first for the 6th straight game with Logan couture doing the honors on a power play 6 minutes into the game But the sharks had dropped their first 5 games with four Carlson cabbed as 2.9 beating Igor shish durkin I think we did a good job in trying to keep pushing if they even though we had to dump a lot of Pakistan but we worked hard Radam scheme also scored and James reimer made 21 saves for the sharks Filipino and Artemis Panera had the rangers goals I'm Jane ferry
"carlson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"He's even said that. That Victor Orban is evidence that you can take your country back. So he presents a sanitized vision of Orban's Hungary. To contrast with the desolate and apocalyptic vision he presents of America in decline. Do things that Tucker Carlson says about the war in Ukraine or about Putin end up appearing in Russian propaganda. Frequently, perhaps the only place that Carlson is as influential as he was in America is in Putin's Russia. Where reportedly the propaganda apparatus orders media outlets to promote his comments about Putin promote his comments on Ukraine. And in fact, on his show, Carlson has advanced the same conspiracy theories that the Putin regime has worked to advance that there are bioweapons labs, American funded bioweapons labs, and in some version American funded bio weapons labs that are somehow connected to the Biden family. That's the line that Russia pushes and it's the line you can sometimes find on Tucker Carlson tonight. You've said that much of what he says is demonstrably inaccurate. You know, journalists get sued for getting things wrong. Sometimes depending on who's harmed and whether they're a public figure and whether they are inclined to go to court. Has Tucker Carlson suffered any consequences for getting things wrong. Does he even acknowledge it when inaccuracies are pointed out? He will occasionally acknowledge an accuracy and say, hey, we got that wrong. Here's the reality. Sometimes it goes back and just repeats the wrong thing in the next show. Or in some future show. Well, what's interesting is when push comes to shove, even Fox admits that it's hyperbole. It's not actual fact. And one example is a lawsuit that Fox faced for comments that Carlson made about a former Trump paramour. And she sued him. And in the fence, which Fox won, they said, well, a talk show is not a good venue for statements of fact for getting it facts. And the defense essentially revolved around what are the permissible limits of hyperbole or what are the what expectations do viewers have when they watch the show. And fox's assertion was that people don't come to the show thinking that everything on it is true. So trust me or The New York Times, trust Fox. Fox says you can't believe what you see on Tucker Carlson tonight. We need to take another break here. We are speaking with Nicholas Cohen Vasari. He's a political and investigative reporter for The New York Times. He recently wrote a series of articles about Fox News host Tucker Carlson. We'll continue our conversation after this break. This is fresh air. This is fresh air and we're speaking with New York Times political and investigative reporter Nicholas confessori. He recently wrote a series of articles about Fox News host Tucker Carlson, it's available on the times website. It's called American nationalist. Let's talk a bit about Tucker Carlson's history and his background. His dad, Richard Carlson, we have the name right? Was a TV reporter..
"carlson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The technique is to always bring it back to the narrative the narrative is, is they versus you. He mentions fentanyl in that discourse. You know, the Ohio Senate candidate, JD Vance, indicated or suggested that Joe Biden actually wanted fentanyl to come into the country so that it would kill maga voters. Is this an idea that Carlson has embraced? Absolutely, in some ways, he's the popularizer of that idea, and Vance, I would say more than being a Trump candidate, Vance is a Carlson candidate. If you watch his stump speech as they're practically ripped from Tucker Carlson's show, and it's one reason why Carlson fought so hard behind the scenes to get Trump's endorsement for events, because if vans lost the nomination for the Senate in his party, it would be a blow to Carlson as well. His power influence. You know, what they want you to think of is this idea that Joe Biden or Democrats or the cabal, the elite. Literally have a plan where they're opening their borders so that caravan migrants from Guatemala can march into America with backpacks full of fentanyl to kill Americans. That's like the image that this redder conjures. Fentanyl was a deadly problem. It's bad. And of course, there are lots of very earnest policymakers and think tank people and activists who want to do something about crisis who have bills and white papers. But you can't build a top rated show on cable by being earnest. There has to be a bad guy. I wanted to return to something that we talked about earlier. And that was Tucker Carlson's favorable comments about Putin right before the Ukrainian invasion. Is Carlson a supporter of Vladimir Putin still? I don't think he would characterize himself as a supporter of Putin. I think he would say that the war is a mistake and that by his view, it doesn't advance American interests, but you know, if you look at his romance, Victor Orban, the prime minister of Hungary. You know, why does Carlson lionize Orban who has tried to shut down a free press? He's handed out huge amounts of government assets to cronies. There's a lot of corruption in that government. There's less and less freedom there. Plus Orban is in bed. With China, which is a big investor in his country. Why would Carlson sort of lionize this guy? And I think it's to show the audience as to give the audience the contrast that Carlson is trying to create..
"carlson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Back to talk more after this break. I'm Dave Davies, and this is fresh air. Reveal the economic patterns all around us. While you swipe right and left, understand money better with the indicator, one of NPR's daily podcasts. More voices, all ears, NPR podcasts. We're speaking with New York Times political and investigative reporter Nicholas confessore. He recently wrote a series of articles about the life views and influence of Fox News host Tucker Carlson. He writes that Carlson has constructed what may be the most racist show in the history of cable news and by some measures the most successful. The articles titled America nationalists are available on the times website. I wanted to listen to a bit of Tucker Carlson talking about Vladimir Putin and this was in February right before the invasion of Ukraine. Good.
"carlson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"It's pretty much anybody who's in the news that day for whatever reason. And his great skill as a broadcaster, among others, is that he can always take whatever's happening that day. And make it part of his narrative of the ruling class. If someone's talking about making pot legal, he goes on the air and says that the ruling class is trying to legalize pot because applying population is a good population. So it doesn't matter what the story is. It always gets right back into the narrative of the day versus you. How is he characterized the protest that followed the killing of George Floyd? Well, these protests, as you know, were mostly peaceful and in places of violent. And what Carlson has done and he isn't unique on this on the right. But he has taken a movement that started from Americans who said that maybe it's a bad thing when a black person or the broken taillight ends up on the pavement dead. And he made them a threat to American civilization, perhaps one of the greatest threats to American civilization. And when people went out in the street and protested, he would say they are coming for you. They you. They, you. And it's pretty clear what he meant by that, of course, when he got in hot water for that statement. Fox said, no, no, no, he was being misinterpreted. But come on. You can listen to the show and you understand the emotional impact. Of the show and what words actually mean when people are listening to them. Yeah. A lot of it's about fear. Yeah, you know, I talked to one former Fox employee about the programming strategy on Carlson's show and across it or more broadly. And what he said, I'm going to paraphrase, is anger gets people to tune in and stay locked onto the network. Keep their TVs on. But what's better than anger,.
"carlson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And wrong facts and misleading statements on the show. You could pick almost any show and find one. But more importantly, the things that we honed in on to back up our claim, and it's a big one that this may be the most racist show in the history of cable news. Was a close look that my colleagues anchored on the graphics desk of The New York Times. Looking at every single episode of the show, through the end of last year. That's a lot of work. It's a lot of watching Tucker Carlson and reading transcripts of the show. And what we found was that the elements that he borrows and sands down from the far right. Are not just kind of isolated incidents on the show, or things he pops into here and there. They are a constant theme, a drum beat. Spanning hundreds of episodes of the show, hundreds of segments. And I'll give you one example, which we can come back to. This idea of replacement theory you've probably heard about it, and even if you're not paying much attention to cable news, you probably recall that last spring, he got in some hot water for saying, yeah, the elites in this country are trying to replace Americans with obedient people from what he called the third world. Now that is a direct borrowing of language and concept from white nationalists and not just conservatives. I'm talking about people who are neo Nazis, open nativists, white nationalists. People who get together in dark corners of the Internet mostly and propound theories about how a cabal of elites sometimes Jews, sometimes broader, are trying to replace Americans. Now, that theme hadn't just popped up on the show last April, a version of it has been present in 400 plus episodes of the show. I noted that, and I wanted to play a Montage from part three of your series, which is kind of an interactive thing that's available on the website in which you kind of map the shows and how often certain themes. Occur, and this is one in which you have, this is a Montage of excerpts of shows in which he propounds the idea that elites and Democrats want to increase immigration to get them more voters. Let's listen. They can embrace the issues of the middle class cares about, or they can import an entirely new electorate from the third world and change the demographics of the U.S. so completely. They'll never lose again. Democrats know if they import enough new voters, they'll be able to run the country forever. Dramatic demographic chain means many Americans don't recognize where they grew up. As with the illegal immigration, the long-term agenda of refugee resettlement is to bring in future democratic voters. Illegal immigrants are the key to their power. The point is to import as many new democratic voters as possible. The whole point of their immigration policy is to ensure political control replace the population, this policy is called the great replacement, the replacement of legacy Americans with more obedient people from faraway countries. Right, that's excerpts of 8 different episodes of Tucker Carlson tonight. That theme, that message appeared in more than 400 shows..
"carlson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"If you follow cable TV at all, you probably know that Fox News host Tucker Carlson is one of the most influential commentators in conservative media and one of the most provocative. He's known for praising authoritarian leaders such as Vladimir Putin and Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban and warning his viewers about the dangers of foreign immigrants and elites who want to control their lives. Our guest New York Times reporter Nicholas confessori recently wrote a series of articles about Carlson, drawing on an analysis of more than 1100 episodes of his show, Tucker Carlson tonight, conducted by confessori and a team of times reporters, as well as interviews with dozens of current and former Fox executives producers and journalists. Confessori concludes that Carlson has constructed what may be the most racist show in the history of cable news, and by some measures the most successful. Conference stories articles include some surprising details, such as the fact that Carlson hosts many of his shows from a town in rural Maine, where he has a home in a studio. Nicholas confessori is a political and investigative reporter for the times and a staff writer at The New York Times Magazine. He's won or shared in a host of journalistic honors, including a Pulitzer Prize and the George Polk award. His series called American nationalist is available on the times website. Nicholas conference, welcome back to fresh air. It's great to be here. Thank you. You've done a lot of political reporting campaign finance reporting. What made you want to take a deep dive into Tucker Carlson? That's a great question. I'm not a media reporter, normally. But I think you can't understand how we got to this moment in American politics. Especially on the right, without understanding the journey of a person like Tucker Carlson and without understanding the influence he has in Fox outside of Fox on politics generally and how much his voice has helped shape what is now the maga movement, the Trump movement. And how important a voice he is in that movement. You know, you can take pretty much anyone who in public life in politics or the media who has a long record of public utterances, and cherry pick the most intemperate comments and make them look bad. I mean, this is what political ads are all about, right? I'm wondering, as you undertook this examination, what did you do to make sure you were capturing not just his worst moments, but the heart of his messages? Well, I thought it was important to capture his whole story, and I set into this with an open mind on many occasions. I asked myself, so what is Carlson correct about on a show? And what's he wrong about on the facts, not on the opinions, but on the facts? And what we found, first of all, there's just a long pattern of overhyping.
"carlson" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Hey podcast family. Welcome to motherhood in black and white. I'm kanji. I'm Tara. This week, we are going to flashback and reshare an episode from last November, November 15th, 2020, when we spoke with the powerful. Gretchen Carlson, about arbitration clauses and sexual misconduct in the workplace. Yes. So one of the reasons we thought this conversation was so important to share is because of how relevant it is to what's going on right now in American politics and an American culture. That's right. Last year when we spoke with Gretchen, we talked a lot about her organization lift our voices and one of their primary goals was to pass a bill in Congress that ends mandatory arbitration in workforce contracts. And the reason for that is because those mandatory arbitration clauses make it difficult for people who have been a victim of workplace harassment to file lawsuits. They're usually forcing the NDAs. They just have to take the money quietly go away. And then things continue as they were. And what we've seen this month just in the last couple of weeks is that the most current Bill up for vote in the Senate has passed the Senate committee and is going to be put to a vote in on the actual Senate floor, which is a huge move in the right direction. And so I've seen Gretchen in the news recently, this has been really bubbling up and it just seemed like a perfect time to reshare this conversation. Yeah. In the last several weeks, sexual assault survivors have been providing emotional testimony before the House of Representatives about how they have been required to stay silent because these forced arbitration clauses in workplace agreements. And what that means. And the chilling effect that that has on reporting misconduct in the workplace and how the cycle has kind of perpetuated and continues, and the incredible work that Gretchen has done and continues to do to stop this cycle. So this was such a powerful conversation that we had with her and we want to share it for you, podcast family. So we hope that you enjoy this conversation with the powerful, the incredible, the brave, Gretchen Carlson. So Gretchen welcome to the conversation. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you for agreeing to join us. It is such a pleasure to meet you to share space with you and to hear your voice and your amazing story. Thank you. Gretchen, we're so happy to have you on today. Kanji and I were kind of talking about why we started this podcast. And one of the reasons that we started the podcast is to kind of prove that there's strength in numbers. Among mothers and among women. We know your story and your success in suing your employer for sexual harassment. And then you took that story and you turned it into an advocacy for all women in all workplaces. Yes. And one of the things you've done recently is your new organization for lift our voices. Yes. And we'd love to hear a little bit about the mission of that organization and how that came to pass. Yeah, well, thank you so much for having me. I mean, first of all, life works in mysterious ways. My life has worked in really mysterious ways, but I think the constant in my life has been that if there's a challenge in front of me, I go for it. And, you know, I don't think that anyone in life would aspire to become one of the poster children for sexual harassment in the workplace. I know that that wasn't on my resume per se. But, you know, it was what life dealt me and I decided to somehow dig incredibly deep to find the courage to come forward, not knowing at all that it would help to ignite a cultural revolution, not just at Fox, but everywhere in the world, 15 months before the MeToo movement exploded. And what I learned shortly thereafter was that I wasn't alone. I learned that there were thousands maybe millions of other women in our country who had gone through something similar and whose voice had never been heard. And I just went back to my Midwestern values and hard work ethic and I was like, okay, I'm going to do something about this. And I just rolled up my sleeves and I started working. So the first thing I did was I wrote my book, be fierce as a tribute to all those women who were voiceless for forever. And then I started pounding the pavement and walking the halls of Congress trying to pass legislation to take this entire harassment issue out of secrecy. And that just morphed into everyday being a surreal experience and something unexpected and eventually I created lift our voices last December as serving as my umbrella organization for all of the advocacy work that I was doing. So really what we're fighting for is to stop silencing women in the workplace and there are certain mechanisms like non disclosure agreements, NDAs that make it incredibly difficult to solve the harassment issue because everyone's forced into silence. Yeah, and has that been the most challenging part about eradicating laws and business practices that create toxic workplaces do you think? The NDAs? Yeah. Well, that along with something kind of complicated, but it's called an arbitration clause in your employment contract, and that means you can't simply state it. It means you can't go to an open jury process, which is your Seventh Amendment right. And so what companies have been able to do over the last three to four decades since we started talking about sexual harassment in the workplace is that they figured out that these two things arbitration and NDAs would be basically a way to hide their dirty laundry. So that if they go to work for a company and they hand you an employment contract and you see an arbitration clause, you know, you're kind of screwed. I mean, I hate to say it that way, but you are because if you don't sign the contract, somebody else will, unless we're in the movement that we're in now where I'm creating awareness about that. But in the past, you know, that was a way that they got you. And then NDAs too. And listen, the intent of NDAs and arbitration was never, ever to silence for human rights violations. It was like to unclog the courts because there were too many cases. Oh, let's send that to arbitration, right? Because it'll be a small business dispute. And NDAs, we're not fighting to get rid of NDAs like for the recipe for the Big Mac trade secret. No. No, no, no. We're talking about toxic workplace situations like gender discrimination and racism and sexual harassment and even assault. You know, basically, the American public thought that everyone had a clean record, because we were not hearing anything about these cases. And the reason we were not hearing anything about these cases is those two silencing mechanisms. Absolutely. And you were such a fierce advocate for pay equity as well. Yes. And I think correct me if I'm wrong, Gretchen, but one of the ways that we are able to maintain pay inequity amongst women, particularly women of color and men is because we don't talk about pay issues in the workplace. I know it is so true and even like in Great Britain they disclose what they pay people. And I kind of, I like that my husband's in the baseball business and everyone knows what baseball players salaries are. And it helps him in negotiating. I mean, come on, you know? That's valuable information. And imagine if we did that for a gynecologist who's a man and a gynecologist, who's a woman, and then we find out the woman's making a hundred grand less than the guy. We're so closed minded in this country about, oh, we can't talk about our salaries. And consequently, women get paid and especially as you mentioned women of color get paid way less and it's all intertwined. This is because the more women that you pay fairly and promote and put them in higher positions and companies, guess what doesn't happen. Sexual harassment. Right. So you see it's all it's all intertwined. Yeah. I know one of the things that specifically left our voices is doing is pushing for the ending forest arbitration of sexual harassment act. I know, like you mentioned, you've been at Congress sort of pounding the pavement for that. Legislation, I also noticed that you guys are doing some advocacy trainings for women. Can you tell us a little bit about that piece of it? Yeah, so just to be clear about the bill that is my bill, the most important thing is that it's bipartisan..
"carlson" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Overcoming that. On the show, my guests are amazing people, who are forces for good in the world around them and live a life of transformation. My guest today she does just that. Today, Christine Carlson and I discuss how to reveal the authentic you. If you want to understand how your circumstances don't make or break you, they reveal you and learn how to choose to be better over better when changes happen, so that you can go through change with grace, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, this is the show for you. Christine Carlson is co author with her late husband, doctor Richard Carlson of The New York Times bestselling don't sweat the small stuff books. She has featured this fall is the subject of a biopic lifetime movie based on her book, heartbroken, open. A true story of coming alive again after profound loss. I am so thrilled to say Christine welcome to life, transformation radio. Well, hey there, rob thank you so much for having me on. Absolutely. Glad to have you here. You know, it's interesting. We were talking before we started recording, and I'm like, okay, I don't want to talk about this, and I don't want to talk about this. It's like, you know, and it's so funny how the universe is because here, you know, you talk about loss and grief and stuff like that. And I just got off the phone or FaceTime with my father, whose 90 years old and is in hospice and is just refusing to die. He just will not. He just wants to live, and there's not a logical explanation of why he's alive and so it makes for an interesting time because you want to have him pass peacefully, and you want him to be alive, but his life is really not a life that I would want for anybody because he just kind of exists. Yeah, I mean, I think that's really it's tempting for us..
"carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"It's going to affect has the possibility of affecting lots of other people and we're arguing. Covert passports here but having gone to portugal you know. I didn't need a passport per se. But i did have to show a certificate that i'd had doubled united show negative test. I had to show negative just before i came back. I had to show a negative test. Two days. After i came back from our which i'm perfectly willing to do but it would be easier if i had a little card. That said i'd had the two vaccines rather than carrying around these vapors from the nhs with a barcode on it but that's the calls. Let's talk about this. Let's talk about this concept the pressure that you brought up the nfl not saying to play. You have to have it. But as you say the consequences of not having the vaccination and then things are playing out which forces the to forfeit games and the pressure. Therefore that's going to be put on from all of that contemporaries out. Of course everybody else in the organization is that going to ultimately become the deciding factor that you think those. Let's look at the numbers right now. Twenty percent as of today recording. This approximately twenty percent haven't had the vaccine. Do you think that by the time we get to mid season and maybe a couple of these situations that played out. That number will be up to the high nineties. Is apple going to work. But i think i think it probably will. I mean what the nfl doesn't want is playing in front of empty stadium like they did last year movie games around during the week like they did last year. I think they're they're kind of saying we're going to have a normal season whether you guys like it or not and you're going to have to do what is necessary to give us a normal season now there are situations where you could test positive having been vaccinated yet trade. It's it's a small percentage but it happens. You might not be contagious at that point. You're probably going to be a symptomatic And people being back they'd have had major problems more with except for very few in terms of having caught quebec then serious symptoms. But it's it's such. It's such a minefield of labor law employment law. Like i said the commissioner probably has in in the Cba the right to do this. He's got the right. You almost anything he wants. You know by the cba. The teams Have obviously decided that they're going to go. Go with this with this. Pre this policy might get a wrap up by raising a gloss to two plays that we've lost since again since you and i lost caught up. I know that dementia patron mccollum earlier on. Let's get out another plug patriotic dot com slash mike. Fm a lot more studies from carlson on that. I know you've addressed an talked about the mall within your call him but obviously not on the pod. So let's talk about by alex gibson. Greg knapp yeah. Greg knapp fifty eight. He got hit by a car while he was riding his bicycle. at home and died and it really shocked. I'd never met him or anything. But from what i gather. He was incredibly well liked and his his coaching. History would bear out he came out of sacramento state as a player and he hung around the nfl for a couple years of quarterback and then as a coach i think he coast verner hip ler the german tight end who played for the chargers briefly and was in nfl europe but he had a long spell with the with the forty niners in the ninety s and into the twenty seven with jeff garcia briefly. You know working his way up from my quality control all the way to offensive coordinator and then went to atlanta in the michael vickers and had some success with mike vick and then he had a lot of years where he wasn't so successful. Remain oakland and seattle and matching wilson. Pre wilson seattle like. That's pretty wilson seattle but he wound up as a quarterback coach in denver when payton was there and then three years in atlanta with matt ryan. So that's a pretty easy gig. When you're peyton manning's quarterback coach you know gays was the offense coordinator. Look what it did for gazes reputation for and nap. Napa went from there to atlanta ryan's had had really good year last year. People ignore that because it wasn't a very good team and ryan had a pretty good year and he was coaching with the jets. As as a kind of you know without portfolio passing game coordinator kind of thing so he won't be obviously coaching with the jets now. But you know it's funny that his biggest success was first with running kind of quarterbacks in them with pocket pocket. Guys diametric opposites and i remember criticizing him like crazy both of his spells in oakland. And you know he got fired from both of them as well connected. Is that what you're suggesting right. I don't think so but you know but it's one of the it made me think that it's one of those things where you know we don't know these people personally and we're not intimately involved with all the stuff that goes on in the coaching room. The tape room and on the sidelines. So sometimes our criticism can seem a lot to To blase or author. Alice gibbs was another story because again i didn't know him but my criticism of gibbs was echoed so i felt justified by by an nfl. Europe line coach. I won't i won't go into names. But his team get lineman from the broncos and a couple of them became very very good players in the nfl lexus. Ben hamilton were both pro bowl offensive lineman but he told me that the broncos would call up jack now we know who the line coaches go and figure it out but and complain that he wasn't teaching the denver system. Blocking alex. gibbs was the master of the zone blocking run. And you think of all those thousand yard rushers that mike shanahan used to roll out air year some sixth row landis gerry anderson know terrell davis You know and get a thousand yards. That was all based on the zone. Blocking that alex gibbs taught ryan the runner had to be able to make one cut and go see where that whole was developing because it could be anywhere on the line because zone blocking. Is everybody pushing in one direction. And then finding the hawks right but what what. He didn't like about gibbs's blocking what i hated about. It was that they would chop bach guys from the back. And so if you're a center say and your zone blocking and the defensive tackle on your inside shoulder follows the zone down the lies. He's moving to. You're right you just take him out at the knees from behind. And that's a great way of breaking guys knees constantly and this line coach said to me. I've got guys here. Who are taking one last. Shot at the nfl. Young kids haven't been drafted guys who've been hung around for a couple of years without a chance. I'm not going to get. I'm not going to hurt some guy on another team. Who's doing that in for ten thousand dollars or whatever. They're being played paid..
"carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"The book a about the patriots and fascinating. How cross got his hands on the patriots and the doll victor kiam side story raising it myself. I like this team so much. I myself but the it's interesting and of course this. Was you know a different era. Things have moved on significantly since since going across the godiva but a lot of the same principles apply and at the core of that of course is the control within the owner circle. Those owners that have the most influence that can bring people along with them right. So bearing that in mind and to what you said about buffalo's history buffalo's long standing relationship with the nfl. How much does that count. Do you think it in there is. It's interesting because i get the sense. Sometimes ralph wilson was go along guy. Ralph wilson almost kept the afl afloat one point by giving other teams. You know the the the money that he might have taken himself. You get the sense. The what the nfl likes. Best are the crunchies. The jerry jones who who think big who can build big and who make money for everyone. I put that in inverted commas. If you're not watching if you're not watching this craft was in the inner circle. But i don't get the same. Excuse me same sense that he is now. He was in the inner circle because he had. He was very media savvy and very good in terms of of how they handled that but remember craft threatened to move the patriots to hartford connecticut. Yeah right at one point and you. Con- was building a new stadium which is now a white elephant in football program is nowhere but they were going to build deal for the patriots as well and play their so everybody. Everybody plays the same cards. Because that's what you do get to get what you want. New stadiums since hitting muskie mike with they even if even if their motives are cynical or commercial. Would they understand the importance of keeping a franchise with the rich tradition that buffalo in buffalo. I feel that that's a for for for the of the show about. I take the point. But i think in the end money talks shield walks or shield lights money as much as as everybody else doesn't in the front office. I mean look at the chargers for example they kissed san diego goodbye with the. Nfl's blessing unfolded everything. They could to move oakland now in italy. Al davis had moved them to los angeles. And that bag. That was al davis right. Oakland is now in la in las vegas. The browns are in baltimore The houston oilers in tennessee. There there isn't a whole lot of tradition. They're the only team. I think that is traditionally. His tradition insulated against moving would probably be green bay. Right it would be. I mean who would be a candidate a dallas as robbers early. Yeah well dallas would be a candidate for moving. I mean it'd be nice. Okay because the markets the markets. Big and i mean green bee green bay and you can argue as a small market but but there are tv presence. And so they're they're. They're probably saved jacksonville. Every everybody's first choice to move. Not london being one of the destinations. You know most most talked about now. Glad you brought that up. So since we last caught up news of games in germany and you were caught a longstanding association with nfl europe and in coveted for many years and of course with the international series. You know you. And i'll be doing them since since the very right so we ought to be made of that announcement. Does this mean more for everybody. That's going to be games in germany as well as lots more for the uk. Do you think they're going to start to mix it up and it and split shatalov love what do you think. I think that's seems to be immediate plan. Because you know we're we're not going to have the four game right. The four game is probably going to go. it makes me it makes. It seems less likely that a london team is is coming over. Which i've always said i bought was if if everything fell right. Then maybe maybe within ten years of of whenever we started talking about it. But everything at this point hasn't fallen right kovin not the least of the of the unexpected consequences. But i think germany's a good market. I think it's instructive that the nfl is looking not at the cities that were begging nfl. Europe which was duesseldorf. Frank both of whom were getting over. Thirty thousand legit at their games and in hamburg came along the last couple of years he was getting over twenty thousand but they're looking at munich and berlin which are the biggest market cities right. And i think that's a sign of of their confidence that there is the market in germany. Not just in those cities but in the whole of germany because remember lynn's nfl. European never did very well at the gate but on but as television as national height machine as we saw in britain you know and it was easier in london because we had the office in london. Speak english the time differences one. Our last we had great tv coverage on more than one three networks started. Yes especially great on channel. Five abc bbc post postseason then channel. Four yeah well but you know. I think i think what they're doing is starting the process with germany hoping that they will have a to nation base in europe. Bob from the games will be stripped all games. Five game say two three in the uk. T. three and maybe or maybe two in each and one in another place. A germany were successful in the first couple of years. You might try game in vienna in avia mike onto them komo track try might try. Try game in dublin. Yeah those would say near like likely likely Likely spots for for game. So you know. I don't look at it as a negative at all from a fans point of view. I might my my feeling has always been. We get the best by getting different teams. In a mixed we get the best of the mix and and given that they're really going to insist that all teams play overseas one way or another. I think that works out better for the american fans as well because there is some domestic complaint about losing a whole game to go overseas and although lots of people believe americans only watched sport on. Tv nfl sells out. You know people go to the games around that is accentuated. Right there remember there. Yeah do you remember last year when some reporter said the bill. Belichick about playing in an empty stadium when you're long football career. Have you ever experienced anything like like playing in front of no fans and build. Tim practice.
"carlson" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"You've got a lot more longevity of a career when you're in a roll cage and i feel like andrew saw that you know and You know is racist. No cross racing motor causes young man sport. You know what i mean and it just is you you. You reach a certain age. You're just not competitive. When we saw levi lavallee levi's one of the greatest of all time levi tapped out on the racing side stayed on with the freestyle steidl. And now he's doing content. He's a team owner and things like that. But you know he kinda evolved. He he goes. I can't compete with these guys anymore. I just can't do it so You know he started concentrating on freestyle and free ride and content and you know and obviously he's got an amazing infrastructure. They're they bring up young and upcoming a snow cross athletes through their system. Things like that but he he adapted you know and i feel like Carlson same way you know. There's a year or two. I think where he was doing a little of both and then he went fulltime into Into short-course you know. And and they've got amazing facility the rx and he's totally dedicated to and he's one of the best in the world at it you know but it was one of those where he saw that you know he shelf life in short-course and you know and it was time to time to time to make a change and you know he's kept his career going. I think to be a professional athlete. action sports or a professional racecar driver. Nowadays you have to you have to do that. You know you gotta keep keep pushing ahead. Keep looking for new opportunities and carlson family. They only are extra part owners and they've got their shop. They're but they're doing events. I know nitro rally crosses coming there. They've got the short course event. They've got a bunch of snow across snow. Bike stuff they've got Trade shows that are coming in there. you know and they've really put a nice package together for For partners and beat a. b. and they're the total package you know. There's a few people that check all the boxes and motor sport and carlson's definitely doing that. You look at You know you look at a guy you know. We we talk about ken block..
"carlson" Discussed on Newt's World
"Welcome back to the truth with lisa booth. I'm lisa booth and for this week. Show i go one on one with the king of cable tucker. Carlson as you guys know tucker is the host of the top rated number one cable news show tucker carlson tonight on fox news and the reason why it's number one as because tucker. Carlson is the ultimate truth teller. He holds the people in charge accountable. And that draws their ire. He doesn't care who we offends regardless if it's republicans or democrats. He's always pushing. He's always pressing to get you answers so i'm used to tucker carlson interviewing me so the tables have turned here a little bit but what i promise. You is a raw conversation an in depth conversation about the things that are important to you family. The state of our country the media of variety of things. That matter to you and your lives. And i'm gonna get into all of it with tucker carlson. Plus i get to the bottom of his bombshell revelations about the nsa spying on him. What actually happened and who is to blame. I'm going to get those questions with tucker carlson. Because it's about time. Government leaders and the people in charge are held accountable for their actions. And with that. I wanna welcome tucker carlson again. The ultimate truth teller to the show the truth with lease booth tucker. It's been a week hasn't it. Well yeah it's been quite a bit of drama I i absolutely cannot stand having shows about the show. it's like to. It's just to postmodern for me. I don't like talking about myself at all. And i definitely don't like being in the middle of of some controversy about the show and more than anything i don't like you know seeming like i'm crazier than i actually am most middle aged men veer toward crazy. But you know. I try to restrain myself so like getting on tv and saying the government spying on me was you know did not want to do that at all. But they were spying on me. And i felt like i had no choice. I mean i did it defensively. You know. I mean. I don't i don't have any other. I don't have subpoena power. I can't arrest. Anybody can't make them answer questions. All i can do is talk about stuff. with a megaphone of show in hope that that will protect us too but i really felt threatened by it. I don't blame. Oh and for the folks at home if they're unfamiliar or they haven't been following this story completely so the way i understand it is last spring..
"carlson" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"We're in very very sad straits in this country. It's not very many people but just the there there are some people have just gone off the rails. yeah tucker. Carlson was in a fly. Fishing supply store in livingston montana. Over the weekend tucker. Carlson course Fox news fox news Conservative value could a lot of people. Say he's really extreme Controversial yes montana. Man approached him and didn't hold back in telling him how he feels about him. It's kind of tough to hear but take a listen care. I wanted to this to everything else in this world. If you missed it the man said you are the worst human being known to mankind. I want you to know that The worst the worst human being known to mankind. Worse than hitler. Worse than stalin. What you have done to people's families and everyone else he continued. Carlson tried to deescalate the situation. He was rather nice about it. He said i appreciate that. I'm not going to debate here. He added he. Was you know he was on his own personal time. Buying some fly fishing equipment unbelievable and then. The guy went ahead and posted the video to instagram. Of course with the caption. It's not every day you get to tell someone. They are the worst person in the world and really mean it. What a bleep. This man has killed more people with vaccine in from misinformation. He has supported extreme racism. He is a fascist. And does it's amazing to me. How many people don't even understand what the word fascist means except that. It's an insult and does more to rip this country apart than anyone that calls themselves and american hashtag bleep tucker carlson. I suggest that if you have if you find yourself with that much rage about any particular person or issue any help you really need to just step back and reexamined yourself. I mean i give tucker carlson credit for just saying you know he was just trying to brush it off thing. I'm not going to debate this thing. Thank you very much. Have a nice day. I guess goes with the territory but it's not right japan. Here's another controversy. I wasn't even aware of japan. Considers the rising sun flag part of history. Well it has been for hundreds of years. But some of some of their neighbors korea's the korea's both koreas china and other asian countries say the flag is a reminder of japan's wartime atrocities and is comparable to the nazi swastika and that's why the flag is created anger at the olympics before the games began some of the host nation's neighbors call it called for it to be banned during the games. They're actually to rising sun flags associated with japan. One is Just the white background with a red circle red disk. Nobody has a problem with that one but the other one is the one that causes trouble for some people. It has a red disc but it is surrounded by sixteen. Raise that extend outward. This one is led to vehement protests and again both of them have been for centuries and then there's this and algerian athlete was sent home thankfully from the tokyo olympics after he refused to face an israeli opponent. Faith in noreen bowed out of the men's judo seventy three k. Division late thursday told. Algerian tv is support for the palestinian people. Precludes him from facing to- har- nutball from israel well congratulations. You've just eliminated any possibility of you having a distinction in the world and being able to show your grandkids and olympic medal. Because you have a political problem. The algerian olympic committee then withdrew him his accreditation and made plans to send him home. Good who wants someone like that and the olympics. Get tired of these stories. But they're everywhere coming up on klif in but five minutes steve. Lambs going to join us to bring us the latest on the on the fiery rumors between the sec and the acc and the university of texas and oklahoma. And whether the you know what's going on there because It's a big twelve. Sec thing yeah. It's it's already gotten to a point where some of the other conferences are starting to recruit teams like baylor and so forth..
"carlson" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"This sent to me by a friend and older piece from the century foundation. And it probably explains best. What traffic shaping is by sharon goldberg. It says surveillance without borders the traffic shaping loophole and why it matters. There's a lot of articles out there. I don't know this woman don't know politics. I don't care but explains it quite well. How the nsa is getting around this constitutional ban on spying on american citizens to potentially spy on you. And that's why. I'm not willing to throw out the tucker. Carlson piece where he says he's being spied on by the nsa and i'm not willing to discard what sebastian gorka jisr said like the medium. Like just ignore them. That you crazies really. You know spy gate sounded crazy at one point. Two and total turned out to be real here quote from this piece this report. They're talking about a report that was done on. This describes a novel more disturbing set of risks as a technical matter the. Nsa does not have to wait for domestic communications to naturally turn up overseas abroad. In fact the nsa has technical methods that can be used to deliberately reroute internet communications with this kicker. The nsa uses the term traffic shaping to describe any technical means to deliberately reroute internet traffic to location. That is better suited. Operationally surveillance since it's hard to intercept yemen's international communications from inside yemen itself. The agency might try to shape the traffic show it so it passes through communication cables located on friendlier territory. Think of it as diverting part of a river to a location from which it's easier or more legal to catch a fish folks again. How is this not a front page story. We know the technique exists gorkhas. Now alleging that a major reporter. I know who it is. This is a serious person is about to break. A story about traffic shaping being used not to target yemen or fish in yemen but to target us citizens on us soil by diverting their traffic overseas where they can air quotes legally hoover. Add up vacuum it up and use it later on folks. I can't emphasize to you enough. That the key distinguishing component named three of them yesterday but the most important component of a free constitutional republic in contrast to a socialist totalitarian regime. Where you have no big are god given rights. They key distinction. Don't ever forget. This is the line distinction between the private and public self in a truly free constitutional republic. Like we're supposed to have you are supposed to be free in your private self to communicate to live your life to engage in activities to provide services to work. You are free to do that without government interference you have a bill of rights that protects you. The government can interfere and take your liberty by conditions have to be met. They have to provide some kind of a warrant that shows probable cause you committed a crime and infringed on the private civil liberties of others if the government is allowed to invade the private self and read sebastian. Gorka as email. Steve bannon's emails tucker carlson's emails with no warrant. No evidence of probable cause whatsoever folks. There is zero distinction between us and italian totalitarian regime. There's no difference. The public private distinction is what matters. That's it that is the most important thing this is a big story and we're not going to let it go and my sources are telling me don't discard it. I can't with one hundred percents certainty. Tell you tucker. Carlson story is true. I can however tell you the evidence. He's provided the reading of his own emails which he is not personally disclosed indicates that somebody's lying either tucker carlson. Or the nsa. And if i'm a batman.
"carlson" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"To move on. Desperate times called for desperate tucker's so the butterfly emerged from yet another cocoon and flew to msnbc when he was both respected unlikable someone. You could definitely trust like matt lauer. You know who pals with him back. Then rachel maddow. It's weird to see now like emperor palpitation going to brunch with baby. Yoda carlson's low rated. Msnbc gig didn't last long but his personal brand only grew stronger. He was not going to rest until the world new all thirty six of his name's having flunked out of tv twice. Tucker seamus mcduck. Carlson begin rebuilding his journalism. Career by working with one of radio's most respected broadcasters bubba. The love sponge were. He was able to channel his inner shock jock. I love women but they're extremely primitive. You're talking to a feminine. Giving you a well you know. Men really need to be more sensitive than you just need to be quiet and how to do what you're told. I'm not defending underage marriage at all. I just don't think it's the same thing exactly as pulling child for me. But stop and sexually assaulting the rapist in this case has made a lifelong commitment to women. Take care of. The person is a little different iraq as a crappy place filled with a bunch of you know semi literate burberry on keeping canada's. I call him retarded cousin she does seem a little. You said it. I'm just agreeing with one thing. Couldn't be denied tucker. Carlson settle that out loud on purpose..
"carlson" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Spot for people's money has step. Mom was an heiress to swanson frozen foods. A heritage he's still pays tribute to his trademark frozen facial expressions. He has a brother. Buckley swanson peck carlson. You don't really need to know anything about him. But how about those names Others might have tried to downplay their wealth but downplaying was never tucker style. Porn narrowly loaded just from like money inheritance. I've never needed to work. He didn't need to work. We could be living in a world where tucker bronson mc chad. Carlson isn't the every night but luckily for america. That didn't happen. After college. tucker took his talents to journalism rising to prominence as the liberals favorite conservative. Everyone liked him. He seemed normal and white. Supremacy tucker swan lake nordstrom. Carlson took that palatable conservatism. To cnn and pbs eventually becoming perpetually bow tied co host of cnn's crossfire there. He helped steer cable news away from meaningful discourse and more towards people shouting talking points at each other like a housewives reunion. It was going great until one day when comedy. Central extremists infiltrated the set of mike tactic. You're partisan what do you call it hacks now. This is theater. It's it. how old are you thirty-five and wear a bow tie after surviving. That attack tucker made the difficult decision.
"carlson" Discussed on More Content Talk
"Hello hello everyone and welcome to another episode of more content talk. That's the only show that cuts through the glamour. The glitz and all the bullshit to bring you. The truth is news that we can find. So i'm gonna talk about good old tonight old tucker carlson because carlson thinks that he is god and that he is. I dunno some kind of military. Junta that he's just gonna organize a whole little committee. Come harass you because Your child has a mask on and so he's encouraging his gang of roving idiots which that's the people who listen to tucker carlson. I've told you that time. And time again and i will continue to tell you that the only people who listen to tucker carlson and him seriously our complete morons. I don't care if you're a professor at dumb fuck university..