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Tucker is usually pretty good.

But I am real-time watching OAN almost exclusively now, so I only see Tucker when I get directed to a specific show to look up on youtube.


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He interviewed a young “transgender,” who decided he/she was Filipino “because he admired the culture.” This was an obvious white boy from NOLA, with pink hair. He acknowledged what he professed was silly and called himself “crazy” or “weird” or both. WTF? Why did Carlson believe this guy was worth interviewing on a national news show?




I watched this too and felt the same way. Why drag a random, confused nut on to the air to discuss what are basically his fantasies. I guess it does expose what many of these people are - self-indulgent loons.

This guest was the logical outcome to the gender identity/gender politics we’ve all been subjected to. If a person truly can “identify” as whatever they feel inside it’s logical to conclude that the politics of identity will not begin and end with gender. We are all aware that the idea that someone could identify as another race was raised several times over the last couple years. As I recall, liberals being interviewed on the subject typically ignored the question, “How far could identity politics go?” Someone “identifying” as Filipino was inevitable. I just didn’t need to see it played out on television.


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Tucker isn't a news show, it's entertainment, you may glean a few tidbits from him but its no different than most other shows on Fox, CNN, Et al.

The days of a "Cronkite" reporting the actual news are over...



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Take multiple licks of a puffer fish before turning on the "news".
 
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This guest was the logical outcome to the gender identity/gender politics we’ve all been subjected to. If a person truly can “identify” as whatever they feel inside it’s logical to conclude that the politics of identity will not begin and end with gender. We are all aware that the idea that someone could identify as another race was raised several times over the last couple years. As I recall, liberals being interviewed on the subject typically ignored the question, “How far could identity politics go?” Someone “identifying” as Filipino was inevitable. I just didn’t need to see it played out on television.


Yes, I challenge folk all the time: if you get to choose gender I get to be Kikapoo Indian. I actually have that blood back 9 generations. Or black, if it gets me preferential treatment...

To the original post I thought that was the purpose of his guest was just to get this on the record.



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I'm half Filipino but I've always liked Italian cooking and have admired the Roman Empire. Can I now identify as Italian? Smile


As long as you're not Jewish unless you want internal strife with your Roman side.







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