Fox’s Carlson brands ex-writer, ‘self-righteous’ critics

NEW YORK — Fox News’ Tucker Carlson stated Monday his former author who posted racist remarks online was incorrect however criticized”ghouls currently beating their chests in victory” following his staffer’s resignation.

“When we present as blameless to be able to hurt others, we’re committing the gravest sin of all,” that the Fox host mentioned on”Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

Carlson, who said the internet comment by Blake Neff had no link with his series, said he’d be taking the remainder of the week off to go fishing.

Neff resigned Friday after CNN reported he used the pseudonym CharlesXII to article bigoted remarks about Asian and Black people online forum AutoAdmit. He repeatedly mocked a girl about her dating life.

Neff started working on”Tucker Carlson Tonight” in January 2017 and has been called Carlson’s leading author.

The Dartmouth College graduate has been recently written about from the faculty’s alumni magazine, stating about Carlson who”anything he is reading off the TelePrompter, the initial draft was written by me” He explained he and Carlson” see eye-to-eye on many issues.”

Carlson addressed the narrative toward the end of the show Monday, imagining that Neff was horrified and embarrassed by the narrative.

“What Blake wrote was incorrect,” Carlson explained. “We do not endorse those words. They’ve no link to the series. It’s wrong to attack individuals for qualities they can’t control.

He added, however, that”we must also point out into the ghouls now beating their chests in succeed in the devastation of a young guy which self-righteousness also has its costs.

“We’re human,” Carlson explained. “If we pretend that we’re scared, we’re lying. As soon as we present as blameless to hurt others, we’re committing the gravest sin of all. And we’ll be punished for this. There is no question”

He’s stated immigration makes the nation dirtier and, after a mass shooting 2019 with a guy who targeted Latinos, stated white supremacy has been”not a true problem” in America.

He’s been sharply critical of the Dark Lives Issue motion, stating”they flooding the road with angry young men and women who break things and they hurt anybody who gets in their way.”

On several nights recently, he has been the hottest host on cable information, routinely drawing over 4 million viewers a night, and he’s one of those funniest displays in all of tv.

Nevertheless, he has seen an exodus of notable national advertisers. Monday’s series featured three advertisements from Fox enthusiast Mike Lindell and his MyPillow.com website, in addition to advertisements touting Bible bedtime stories, medication to treat toe fungus along with a site promoting coronavirus masks.