• Thu. Nov 24th, 2022

Tucker Carlson hits back at Liberal TV reporters who blamed HIM for Colorado shooting

Tucker Carlson used his Fox News show of the same name to blast a group of liberal TV reporters who he alleges used their reports to “blame right-wing media for” radicalizing the shooter at the Colorado Springs gay bar ” to have.

“This is a man who was radicalized through this show and through the Libs of TikTok Twitter account to hate transgender people and so this man walked into a bar, a gay bar, with a gun and started murdering people ‘ Carlson said. Tongue firmly in cheek during Wednesday night’s monologue.

He was able to gently sneer because earlier in the day, a motion emerged from 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich’s attorneys to be reprimanded for using them/they pronouns because they are allegedly non-binary.

CNN broke the news in stunned silence before using male pronouns to report the shootings and Aldrich’s alleged involvement.

Tucker Carlson used his monologue on his show to name liberal TV reporters who had accused him and Fox News of fomenting anti-LGBTQ sentiment

Carlson then illustrated how left-leaning media blamed the right-wing for the tragedy that had transpired.

“It’s a campaign driven by members of Congress and conservative influencers on social media, as well as the right-wing’s favorite television network, Fox News,” said MSNBC political reporter Nicolle Wallace.

“They spewed anti-LGBTQ rhetoric against the US military, against gay men and women for most of Fox News’ television hours in a regular clip,” she continued.

MSNBC evening host Chris Hayes shared this view: “These incidents occurred in the context of conservative media personalities who incite fear of queer people,” he suggested.

Carlson suggested that NBC News led the charge against right-wing media, with NBC reporter Ben Collins reporting how the fear-mongering spread to the LGBTQ community night out, including drag nights.

“These incidents occurred in the context of conservative media figures’ fear-mongering against queer people,” suggested MSNBC host Chris Hayes

NBC reporter Ben Collins reported how the scaremongering spread to LGBTQ community nights, including drag nights

NBC reporter Ben Collins reported how the scaremongering spread to LGBTQ community nights, including drag nights

Club Q, where five people were killed in a shooting over the weekend, was scheduled to host a drag brunch on Sunday marking Transgender Memorial Day, which commemorates transgender people who lost their lives to anti-transgender violence .

“Am I doing something wrong here? Here are some headlines I’ve written over the past six months. “Powered by the internet’s far-right machinery, anti-LGBTQ threats are shutting down trans people’s rights and dragging events. Remember there was a drag event in Colorado,” Collins explained.

“What do we do with local, state and federal officials trying to bring fear of the mere word ‘transgender’ into school affairs?” Mike Barnicle asked during NBC’s Meet The Press on Sunday.

After replaying the report, Carlson was ready to target those who had suspected Fox’s reporting might be to blame, now that he knew the shooter had identified as non-binary.

‘Do you remember [when you were told] Anderson Lee Aldrich, was inspired by hatred of the non-binary community he learned on this show? Do you remember that? Well actually turns out we discovered last night that Anderson Lee Aldrich – drum roll please – is part of the non-binary community.

“He doesn’t hate her. He is a!

“What do we do with local, state, and federal officials who are trying to spread fear of the Word? "transgender" in school matters?'  asked Mike Barnicle during NBC's Meet The Press on Sunday

“What do we do with local, state and federal officials trying to bring fear of the mere word ‘transgender’ into school affairs?” Mike Barnicle asked during NBC’s Meet The Press on Sunday

“It’s a campaign driven by members of Congress and conservative influencers on social media, as well as the right-wing’s favorite television network, Fox News,” said MSNBC political reporter Nicolle Wallace

CNN host Alisyn Camerota was stunned to learn the Colorado Springs gay club suspect is non-binary and she/she wants to use pronouns

CNN host Alisyn Camerota was stunned to learn the Colorado Springs gay club suspect is non-binary and she/she wants to use pronouns

“First control your giggles and consider what that means. That means virtually everything NBC News has told you about this shooting in Colorado is not only false, it’s the opposite of the truth,” Carlson continued.

“It’s all a grotesque and filthy lie. It wasn’t news coverage. It turns out this was the most transparent type of political propaganda.

“And exceptionally, they were arrested in public trying to sell political propaganda to an unsuspecting public under the guise of news. It’s not the first time they’ve done it. They’re not going to stop, but in this case they have done it many times.’

The Colorado shooter’s motive is unknown, but prime suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich faces five counts of first-degree murder and five counts of bias crimes that cause physical harm, more commonly known as hate crimes.

A defense attorney had called Brink, who lives in Southern California, to say Anderson Lee Aldrich (pictured) had been arrested in the Club Q massacre

Anderson identifies as part of the non-binary community. “He doesn’t hate her. He is a!’ said Tucker Carlton. Pictured: A newly released mug shot following the shooting and her arrest

The LGBTQ community faces a wave of threats and violence. In a recent study from the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University San Bernardino, researchers found that reporting of hate crimes against LGBTQ people in major cities increased by 51 percent in 2021.

Carlson admitted he was “surprised to learn that the anti-trans shooter is trans himself,” but suggested liberal media outlets, including NBC News, now need to apologize for being hasty in judgment and indeed say the rhetoric aired on Fox News is to blame.

‘Yesterday they accused us of murdering five people. Now that the story they told turned out to be a lie, the opposite of what they said, they act like nothing has changed at all.

“They are liars, cold-blooded liars. It’s amazing to see.’

Club Q, where five people were killed in a shooting over the weekend, was scheduled to host a drag brunch on Sunday marking Transgender Memorial Day, which commemorates transgender people who lost their lives to anti-transgender violence

Club Q, where five people were killed in a shooting over the weekend, was scheduled to host a drag brunch on Sunday marking Transgender Memorial Day, which commemorates transgender people who lost their lives to anti-transgender violence

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