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VIDEO: Democrats Take Down Tucker Carlson


Democrats are attempting to remove Carlson from the mainstream media for good!

A recently released video featuring ex-Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson displays him inquiring from a female makeup artist about the events taking place in the ladies’ restroom.

In transcript provided by The Hill, Carlson can be heard asking, “Can I ask you a question? You don’t have to answer, it’s personal … I’m not speaking of you, but more in general with ladies, when they go to the ladies room and powder their noses, is there actually nose-powdering going on?”

After the makeup artist responds with “Sometimes,” Carlson expresses his interest by saying “Oh … I like the sound of that.”

Carlson then asks, “Do pillow fights ever break out? You don’t have to, you don’t have to … OK. Not in the bathroom. That’d be more a dorm activity.”


Subsequently, the video shows Carlson complimenting the makeup artist, referring to her as a “good sport,” and expressing his gratitude for her services in applying his makeup.

It’s important to note that some conservatives have claimed that the video appears to be edited with AI (artificial intelligence) and that it may not be real. Sadly however, it is too soon to determine if the video is in fact real or fake.

Media Matters for America, a liberal media watchdog, has received and released several videos of Carlson since his departure from Fox News, and this latest video is one of many in the series.

Previous videos disclosed Carlson making inappropriate comments, such as referring to a woman as “yummy” and mocking Fox Nation, the network’s streaming service. In a recent New York Times article, it was revealed that Carlson had sent a text message to a producer of his show, where he made a joke about “how white men fight” after observing the violence during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. The article created a stir due to the serious nature of the event and the controversial nature of Carlson’s remarks.

WARNING: Video may or may not be edited