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Tucker Carlson Has a New Nickname for CNN’s Brian Stelter (Hilarious)

If you thought for one second that Fox News host Tucker Carlson was going to soften his tone after a series of hit pieces from Media Matters targeted his advertisers, you were dead wrong.

On the contrary, Carlson is coming back swinging harder than ever. After refusing to apologize for saying shock jock radio things on a shock jock radio show a full ten years and change ago, the Fox News host is pushing forward as if nothing ever happened — as he should be. His new line of attack for CNN host Brian Stelter — who has been happy to repeat everything Media Matters has said about him — is the perfect proof of this.

So, what is Tucker Carlson calling Brian Stelter?

…the eunuch.

That’s right — Carlson is referring to Stelter as a man who has been forcibly castrated. This is an obvious reference to Stelter’s voice, which is an octave or two above average. Apparently, when Eric Holder says things like “when they go low, we kick ’em” is a two-way street. This is one of the reasons why we’re actually kind of happy when the left does stupid things — it gives the rest of us license to turn it right back at them.

Now, it could be argued that this new nickname was opened up by Mark Dice’s legendary impression of Stelter. Dice has more on this development in the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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