But I’m nuts….Home by Patrick Van Roy June 23, 2021 1 3 mths Tweet Click to rate this post![Total: 0 Average: 0] ATW More stories Post navigation Previous postNext post One thought on “But I’m nuts….” Here is a great demolition job on Liar Carlson, by Dubya’s old speechwriter. This refers to Carson’s 2018 claim that his house was attacked and damaged by Antifa protestors. Liar liar pants on fire: “Over the next week, further reporting cast significant doubt on Carlson’s version of events. The police report mentioned nothing about a cracked front door—and photographs showed the door entirely undamaged. The police report did not mention a pipe bomb, either. The writer Alan Pyke, who watched the event, published an account of a considerably less exciting incident that lasted only 10 minutes before the protesters departed. You can read that account here… Almost two years later, Carlson again tried to score points by claiming that he was being endangered in his own home. The New York Times, he said on television, was planning to report his home address—with the deliberate intention of exposing his family to harm. “If one of my children gets hurt because of a story they wrote, they won’t consider it collateral damage. They know it’s the whole point of the exercise: to inflict pain on our family, to terrorize us, to control what we say. That’s the kind of people they are.” Then he named the supposed reporter of the supposed story on air, showing a photograph of that reporter, and also named a New York Times photographer and editor as accomplices to the paper’s hurtful plans. The Times replied from its Twitter account that it had never intended to publish Carlson’s address(es)—and that Carlson had known that fact before he went to air. Carlson also knew that his fan base has a high propensity to harass and threaten people he names as his enemies. (He did not respond to a request for comment.) The door was not cracked. No one threatened Carlson with a pipe bomb. The Times did not plot to terrorize Carlson’s children…” https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/06/why-reporters-trust-tucker-carlson/619258/ Comments are closed.