Tucker Carlson, after somehow not getting fired for defending child rape on a radio show, has been even more boldly obnoxious lately, attacking everyone in sight. In addition to a bizarre attack on MSNBC’s Chris Hayes and his glasses, he went hard after Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, calling her “nasty” and “a moron” and “awful” and “more self-righteous than any televangelist who ever preached a sermon on cable access.” He said, while preaching on TV.
Ocasio-Cortez only had one thing to say to Tucker.
You mad bro? ? https://t.co/hK8tDxX3Je
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) April 2, 2019
The freshman congresswoman recently called out a supportive audience member at a town hall for calling former Representative Bob Inglis a moron, calling the insult “unacceptable,” because the AOC is taking the high road. Besides, why call people names when you can easily troll the people calling you names with three simple words guaranteed to make anyone who is angry even angrier.
Tucker’s tirade stemmed from Ocasio-Cortez’s comments after vowing not to be a name-caller like Tucker in which she dismissed the idea that she’s part of some kind of leftist Tea Party.
“People say Tea Party of the left, and I find this phrase very interesting,” she said. “The phrasing is very interesting because the grounding of the Tea Party was xenophobia, the underpinnings of white supremacy.”
Tucker’s response to this, which he surely thought was very clever, was to engage in some mocking role play.
“Stop with the name-calling, you racist white supremacist xenophobe!” he exclaimed.
Of course, Ocasio-Cortez did not call anybody a racist white supremacist xenophobe, and such descriptors are different from calling someone a “moron,” but we can’t expect a man like Tucker Carlson to grasp nuance, can we? We can’t even expect him to refrain from engaging in “nasty woman” rhetoric. How long before this guy runs for President as Trump 2.0?
Ocasio-Cortez may be taking the high road, but that doesn’t mean we all have to. Get on it, Twitter.
— Buffalo Jack (@Aegon_Targary3n) April 2, 2019
Tucker Carlson is mad at life cuz he was born Tucker Carlson. @AOC slayin dragons… ?
— Angela Belcamino (@AngelaBelcamino) April 2, 2019
Less mad…more perpetually confused. pic.twitter.com/uSa1tpli6W
— Jeff Martin (@Jeff_A_Martin) April 2, 2019
Show us on the doll….
— Blaine Bershad ???? (@BlaineBershad) April 2, 2019
Tucker Carson is like pic.twitter.com/nKkt2QXYxl
— reggiereggie (@reggiereggie) April 2, 2019
all in the day of a sociopath's projection…. carlson is a cancer on the soul of humanity who is w/o shame or conscience
— shifty paradigm (@heddacase) April 2, 2019
I’m sure @TuckerCarlson ‘s three daughters must be proud.
— M (@mrdn) April 2, 2019
— J. Human (@SonOfDadAndMom) April 2, 2019
If you showed up at his house with a tambourine he'd cry about it for a week https://t.co/AhDtLK8GGF
— Show Your Work (@showusyourwork) April 2, 2019
Why is Tucker talking about himself in that quote?
— Binkenstein (@Binkenstein) April 2, 2019
this boy is really trying to live up to the O'Reilly card
— Myself 2020 (@shape_u_up) April 2, 2019
He’s definitely triggered.
— D to the K (@dave_crave) April 2, 2019
the only way he could be any more terrified/intimidated is if a stranger rang his doorbell.
— dead senators (@filth_waste) April 2, 2019
— Ryan Blackwell (@ryanblackwell) April 2, 2019
— The Equaliser (@socioEqualiser) April 2, 2019
You seem to symbolize something the talking heads fear…. ❤️❤️❤️
— chaddd (@Chadzillion) April 2, 2019
Tucker wears more blush than all my great-aunts combined.
— brad daly (@bwdaly) April 2, 2019
People tend to get mad at things they don't understand, and since he's not a very intelligent person…he ends up getting mad quite a lot.
— Autumn Green (@_Autumn_Green_) April 2, 2019
He’s been mad since they took his lunch money all through middle school….
— Edgar S Morales (@DeHousingGuy) April 2, 2019
Tucker Carlson is afraid of women. Let's push him into a full fledged melt down! It really doesn't take much. ? Look at all these white men try to bring AOC down and they simply can't do it. It's beautiful!
— Tess Deco (@TessDeco) April 2, 2019
Keep being mad, Tucker.