Free Speech, With Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson

As we say around MPS, Punching a nazi is a good thing.

You know what else is a good thing? Shouting “Fuck you” at Tucker Carlson is a good thing. We are all about the free speech here.

Carlson said on a National Review podcast that he was “not a restaurant guy anymore,” because people have been shouting curses at him in public. There is no reason that Tucker Carlson, or Kirstjen Nielsen, or Ted Cruz, or Sarah Huckabee Sanders should ever again be able to dine in public without hearing from We The People. (It’s not like we shaved their heads and marched them through the streets so decent people could spit on them…)

The Hollywood Reporter:

“I can’t really go to a lot of restaurants anymore because I get yelled at,” he said on a National Review podcast released Monday. “I don’t feel threatened, but having someone scream, ‘Fuck you!’ at a restaurant, it just wrecks your meal.”

So clearly, this is an effective way of protesting hebephrenic TeeVee Dinner heir, vanity press owner, and Black Studies scholar Fox News’ own Tucker Carlson, and we should avail ourselves of every opportunity to tell Tucker to go fuck himself.

“Here’s your change Mr. Carlson. Go fuck yourself, ” or, “Here’s your dry cleaning Mr. Carlson, go fuck yourself, ” or “Tickets please, Mr. Carlson, now go fuck yourself,” and my personal favorite, “Have a nice day, except you Mr. Carlson, you can fuck right off.”

Now, I am not suggesting that anyone threatens Tucker with physical harm, no menacing, no touching, no pounding inanimate objects around him. That would be bad, and more importantly, that would be illegal

But shouting “Fuck you” at him is a pretty good, legal way to make your outrage known.

Tucker has a gigantic platform that he uses to broadcast hate and disinformation directly into the homes of Possum Hollar, who eat it up like a TeeVee Dinner. (See what I did there?) You could ask ol’ Tucker why he repeats white nationalists/supremacists talking points on his show. He won’t answer you, of course, but you can ask him, loudly, until one of you has to leave the joint. Hint: Tucker will wanna leave. And of course, remember to tell Tucker to Fuck Off as one of you leaves. Manners count.

If Carlson wants to enjoy a steak at any restaurant of his choice, he can stop saying trash on TeeVee. Tucker is, of course, protected by the First Amendment and can say all racist shit he wants on his show, and you are protected by the First Amendment when you tell him, loudly and in public to FUCK OFF.

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8 Responses to Free Speech, With Tucker Carlson

  1. Capt Bat Guano says:

    Damn straight TG, people need to bring back the art of a good shunning. I guess that also require the resurrection of that old concept called consequences for your actions. A man can dream.


  2. Blue Gal says:

    Don’t forget our fake advertiser at The Professional Left Podcast – “Hello Fascist! — fresh, home-cooked meals with no planning, no shopping and no one calling you out for your moral depravity in public.”

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  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Let’s not forget that Tucker claimed to have, with a friend, beaten up a man he thought was gay in a public bathroom. That’s worse than yelling at an asshole.

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  4. RobGinChicago says:

    I just sat down at my desk at work to chow down on some Lou Malnati’s deep dish pizza, and catch up on some MPS, when I scroll down and see that Polynesian mystery meat in a foil plate. Dude, that’s cruel.


  5. Jim says:

    Tucker is a chronic fucking liar. I want specific dates, places and preferably photos or videos (or even an unbiased witness). Otherwise, my bullshit meter will keep flying around the dial.

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  7. angryspittle says:

    My heart pumps piss for this little trust fund asswipe.

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