According to a recent FOX News video clip that I found on Crooks & Liars, Tucker is going to do an important news show
about defending violence based on sexual orientation, and the horrors of teaching about gay penguin sex in school!
The clip is of FOX News' morning talk show host Steve Doocey and Tucker having a very heterosexual and manly on-air chat about Tucker's new role at FOX. Tucker is very concerned about your kids, and wants to make sure that his macho manly not gayness is able to rub off on them!
I am glad that Steve Doocey and FOX News will be putting some wind in the sails of Tucker's flagging career, which has sadly been rather limp and lifeless these last few months.
For those of you that may have missed the previous news story about how Tucker Carlson first defended and defined his official not gayness (and why this new story is so freakin' hilarious)
, this is a reprint of what was previously reported back in September, 2007:
During a discussion of Sen. Larry Craig's not-gayness, Political news pundit Tucker Carlson proclaimed his own not-gayness by stating that he had once been solicited is in a men's restroom. He then went and got one of his not-gay friends and two of them went back to the men's room to defend his not-gay honor. Let it be known that Tucker Carlson is very serious about his not-gayness. He wants the public to know that he is very extra-macho. He is so very extra-macho that when he is unable to beat up a homosexual on his own, he will get one of his not-gay friends to beat up the nasty gay person for him. Bask in Tucker Carlson's not-gayness on YouTube!
Here is the story from Media Matters:
Tuesday evening, during an on-air discussion about Sen. Larry Craig's arrest, MSNBC host Tucker Carlson recounted a mid-1980s incident in which, according to Carlson, he and a friend slammed a man's head against a bathroom stall because the man had "bothered" Carlson.
While Carlson described hitting the man's head "against the stall," he broke into a broad smile, barely stifling a laugh. At least one of his MSNBC colleagues who were on the air at the same time -- Dan Abrams and Joe Scarborough -- laughed out loud. (Neither man was visible on-screen at that precise moment, but the uproarious laughter that greeted Carlson's comments indicate that at least one of them found it hilarious. Watch the video for yourself.
Carlson's boast that he and a friend physically assaulted a man who he said "bothered" him quickly drew criticism, and Carlson changed his story the next day. In an email statement Media Matters for America received from an MSNBC spokesperson, Carlson said... Read the rest at Media Matters