Tucker Carlson has one of the most-watched shows in America.
But he’s also been going through a rough time recently, having lost more than 20 advertisers over comments where he said immigrants made the US “poorer and dirtier”.
Now, he’s in hot water again over numerous misogynistic comments he made on shock jock radio show Bubba the Love Sponge.
These are just some of the comments Carlson made between 2006 and 2011, according to Media Matters:
He said women were “like dogs” because they “hate weakness” and are “extremely primitive”.
He defended Warren Jeffs, who was convicted of sexual abuse of a child, saying the charges were “bulls***” because “arranging a marriage between a 16-year-old and a 27-year-old is not the same as pulling a stranger off the street and raping her”.
He said “it's harder to determine what's consensual and what's not” for a sex worker.
After a comment about underage girls experimentally sexually with each other at boarding school, he said, “If it weren’t my daughter I would love that scenario” (Carlson’s daughter was 14 at the time).
He described TV host Alexis Stewart as “c***y” and said he “wanted to give her the spanking she so desperately needs”.
He called Britney Spears and Paris Hilton “the biggest white wh*** in America”.
You can hear some of those comments below:
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