Tucker Carlson responds to liberal television journalists who blamed HIM for the Colorado shooting

Tucker Carlson responds to liberal television journalists who blamed HIM for the Colorado shooting

  • Tucker Carlson used his show’s monologue to name liberal television journalists who had accused him and Fox News of stirring up anti-LGBT sentiment.
  • Carlson demonstrated how the left-leaning media had blamed the right for the tragedy in Colorado Springs.
  • However, he also argued that the left-leaning media should apologize for suggesting the right-leaning media is to blame for the shooter’s non-binary identity.
  • This, according to Carlson, gave the entire shooting and motive a new perspective.

Tucker Carlson has criticized a group of leftist TV reporters on his namesake Fox News program, claiming they have been using their reporting to ‘credit right-wing media outlets’ for ‘radicalizing’ the Colorado Springs gay bar gunman.

Tucker Carlson used his monologue in his show to call out liberal TV reporters by name who had accused him and Fox News of stirring up anti LGBTQ sentiment

Tucker Carlson used his show’s monologue to name liberal television journalists who had accused him and Fox News of stirring up anti-LGBT sentiment.

‘This is a man who was indoctrinated by this program and the Twitter account Libs of TikTok to hate transgendered people, and that is why he marched into a gay bar with a gun and started shooting people,’ Carlson claimed during Wednesday night’s monologue.

Earlier in the day, the attorneys of 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich requested that they be addressed to using they/them pronouns since they are non-binary. As a result, he was allowed to gently ridicule.

'These incidents happened within the context of conservative media personalities fear-mongering against queer folks',  suggested MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes

‘These incidents happened within the context of conservative media personalities fear-mongering against queer folks’,  suggested MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes

CNN then proceeded to report on the shootings and Aldrich’s apparent participation using masculine pronouns, to startled silence.

Tucker Carlson used his show’s monologue to name leftist television journalists who had accused him and Fox News of whipping up anti-LGBT prejudice.

Carlson then demonstrated how the left-leaning media had attributed the tragedy to the right.

MSNBC political reporter Nicolle Wallace stated, “Congress members and conservative social media influencers, as well as the right’s favorite television network, Fox News, are driving this effort.” She said, ‘During the most watched hours on Fox News, anti-LGBTQ language is often spewed at the U.S. military and homosexual men and women.

NBC reporter Ben Collins reporting how fear-mongering was spreading to the LGBTQ community evening including drag nights

NBC reporter Ben Collins reporting how fear-mongering was spreading to the LGBTQ community evening including drag nights

It was a sentiment mirrored by MSNBC evening host Chris Hayes, who stated, “These episodes occurred in the backdrop of conservative media celebrities promoting homophobia.”

Carlson said that NBC News was leading the struggle against right-wing media, with NBC correspondent Ben Collins reporting on the spread of fear-mongering to the LGBTQ community, including drag nights.

MSNBC host Chris Hayes opined, “These instances occurred in the backdrop of fear-mongering by conservative media figures against LGBT people.”

Ben Collins of NBC said that fear-mongering was spreading across the LGBTQ community, including drag evenings.

Club Q, where five people were slain over the weekend in a shooting, was slated to hold a drag brunch on Sunday to observe Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honors transgender persons who lost their lives due to anti-transgender violence.

“Am I making a mistake here?” Here are some of the headlines I’ve written in the past six months.” Anti-LGBTQ threats, fueled by the internet’s far right machine, shut down trans rights and drag events. “Collins mentioned that there was a drag event occurring in Colorado.

Mike Barnicle said on Sunday’s Meet The Press on NBC’s Meet The Press, “What do we do about local, state, and federal public leaders who want to instill dread of the word “transgender” into school issues?”

Carlson, now aware that the gunman had identified as non-binary, was prepared to take aim at those who had suggested that any of Fox’s reporting was to blame after re-watching the reportage.

'What do we do about public officials at local level, state level, federal level, who try to inject the fear of the very word "transgender" into school issues?' asked Mike Barnicle during NBC's Meet The Press on Sunday

‘What do we do about public officials at local level, state level, federal level, who try to inject the fear of the very word “transgender” into school issues?’ asked Mike Barnicle during NBC’s Meet The Press on Sunday

“Remember when you were told that Anderson Lee Aldrich’s animosity for the non-binary community was motivated by this program? Do you recall this? Anderson Lee Aldrich is actually a member of the non-binary community, as we found last night.

He does not dislike them. He is unique!

What should be done about local, state, and federal public officials who try to inject fear of the word “transgender” into school issues? questioned Mike Barnicle on Sunday’s Meet The Press on NBC.

MSNBC political reporter Nicolle Wallace stated, “Congress members and conservative social media influencers, as well as the right’s favorite television network, Fox News, are driving this effort.”

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota was stunned to learn that the suspect in the Colorado Springs gay club shooting is non-binary and prefers they/them pronouns.

First, control your laughter and consider what this means. Carlson continued, “This means that virtually everything NBC News has told you about this shooting in Colorado is not only false, but the exact opposite of the truth.”

“Everything is a grotesque and filthy lie.” It was not news coverage. It turns out that it was the most obvious form of political propaganda. And for the first time, they have been caught red-handed attempting to sell political propaganda to an unknowing public under the guise of news. This is not their first time doing so. They will not stop doing it, but in this case they did it frequently.’

The motive of the Colorado shooter is unknown, but the main suspect, Anderson Lee Aldrich, is charged with five counts of first-degree murder and five counts of bias-motivated crime resulting in bodily injury, also known as hate crimes.

'It's a campaign being driven by members of Congress and conservative influencers on social media, as well as the right's most favorite TV network, Fox News,' said MSNBC political reporter Nicolle Wallace

‘It’s a campaign being driven by members of Congress and conservative influencers on social media, as well as the right’s most favorite TV network, Fox News,’ said MSNBC political reporter Nicolle Wallace

Anderson identifies as a non-binary community member. He does not dislike them. He is one!’ Tucker Carlton exclaimed. Pictured is a newly released mugshot taken after the shooting and arrest.

The LGBTQ community has been bombarded with threats and acts of violence. According to recently published research from the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University San Bernardino, reports of hate crimes against LGBTQ individuals in major cities increased by 51% in 2021.

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota was stunned after she learned that the Colorado Springs gay club shooting suspect is non-binary and wants to use they/them pronouns

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota was stunned after she learned that the Colorado Springs gay club shooting suspect is non-binary and wants to use they/them pronouns 

Carlson admitted that he was’surprised to learn that the anti-trans shooter is himself trans,’ but he suggested that the liberal media, including NBC News, should apologize for rushing to judgment and effectively blaming Fox News’ rhetoric.

Yesterday, they accused us of murdering five individuals. Now that their tale has been proven to be false and the exact contrary of what they said, they are acting as if nothing has changed. They are lying, heartless liars. It is a sight to behold.’

On Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honours transgender persons who lost their lives to anti-transgender violence, Club Q was planned to host a drag brunch on Sunday.

 

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