Republican politician Newt Gingrich said Vice President Kamala Harris has no shot at the presidency in 2024 because of her “really weird laugh.”
The former Republican presidential candidate and House speaker appeared on “Fox & Friends” Monday morning to promote his newest book “Defeating Big Government Socialism: Saving America’s Future,” which was released on June 12.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson officially put himself on the BTS Army hit list after making a sly comment about the White House inviting a “Korean pop group” to discuss anti-Asian hate.
In Carlson’s May 31 segment, he reported, “Things have gotten very bad for Joe Biden, both public-facing and internally. What are they doing about it? Well, they broke glass in case of emergency and invited a Korean pop group to speak at the White House today.”
Majority of Republicans believe immigrants ‘hurt the country and make it a worse place to live,’ says poll
- The majority of Republicans believe immigrants are hurting the country, according to a new survey conducted by Fox News.
- The poll asked participants: “In general, do you think immigrants who come to the United States today help the country and make it a better place to live or hurt the country and make it a worse place to live?”
- According to the survey, 71% of Democrats and only 22% of Republicans believe that immigrants “help the country and make it a better place to live.”
- Meanwhile, 59% of Republicans and only 21% of Democrats said they believe immigrants “hurt the country and make it a worse place to live.”
- Among Republican respondents, 64% of women and 54% of men indicated that immigrants hurt the country.
- The poll was jointly developed by Beacon Research and Shaw & Company Research and interviewed 1,003 registered voters.
A recent survey conducted by Fox News indicates the majority of Republicans have negative views of immigrants.
In the new poll, jointly developed by Democratic political data firm Beacon Research and Republican polling firm Shaw & Company Research, participants were asked, “In general, do you think immigrants who come to the United States today help the country and make it a better place to live or hurt the country and make it a worse place to live?”
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson asks if ‘Putin eats dogs’ while questioning why Russian president is disliked
- While discussing the Biden administration’s response to the Russia-Ukraine crisis on Tuesday’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” segment, Carlson described the ongoing situation as a "border dispute."
- He questioned why Russian President Vladimir Putin is hated before asking whether Putin “eats dogs.”
- Carlson has a history of making comments deemed racist by critics, promoting white nationalist ideals on his show and defending the “white replacement theory.”
On Tuesday’s segment of Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” conservative television host Tucker Carlson posed the question of whether Russian President Vladimir Putin “eats dogs” during a conversation regarding the Biden administration’s handling of the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
Carlson began the segment by describing the Russian incursion into Ukraine as a “border dispute.” He then observed that Democrats seem to “have a patriotic duty to hate Vladimir Putin” and suggested that there is no reason to hate Putin. He proceeded to try to prove his point by “just asking questions” that included, “Does he eat dogs?”
CNN host Jim Acosta recently called out Andrew Yang for engaging television host and political commentator Tucker Carlson in a discussion that included praise of a convicted murderer’s views.
Tucker’s talking points: Yang, who has announced his departure from the Democratic Party, was discussing his concerns about the existing two-party system in the U.S. on Wednesday’s episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” when Carlson cited the manifesto of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski.
Fox News Host Spreads Outright Racist Lies About China and Coronavirus, Risking Violence Against Asians
Fox News commentator Jesse Watters wants an apology from “the Chinese people” for the coronavirus (COVID-19) and says that the virus began due to “very hungry” people “eating raw bats and snakes.”
“I’d like to just ask the Chinese for a formal apology,” 41-year-old Watters, who married a 27-year-old woman he had an affair with in January, said on “The Five” on Monday. “This coronavirus originated in China, and I have not heard one word from the Chinese. A simple ‘I’m sorry’ would do. It would go a long way.”
Ainsley Earhardt, one of the hosts of “Fox & Friends,” made a mistake on national television when she recalled the United States defeating “communist Japan” during World War II.
Ainsley Earhardt proudly remembers the time that the United States “defeated communist Japan,” proving we are truly a Great country. pic.twitter.com/xFMHWtuQ8v
A senior undergraduate student at Cornell University has been getting threats after sharing her conservative views on TV last year.
In an essay posted on The College Fix, Neetu Chandak said that her comments on “Fox and Friends” criticizing the description of a college course called “America Confronts the World” for its anti-Trump and pro-Obama rhetoric attracted threats on her life. She claimed that she was constantly harassed to the point that she feared leaving her apartment and finally sought therapy.
Carl Higbie is a former Navy Seal author who currently leads the pro-Trump Great America PAC. Earlier this evening, he went on Fox News Wednesday to talk about the Muslim registry proposed by Donald Trump.
During his appearance with Megyn Kelly, Higbie said that he didn’t believe Muslims were bad people, but though it’d be wise to keep tabs on them.
Jesse Watters, Fox News’ resident clown who does interviews on the street, has finally been put at the receiving end of some in-your-face shaming for the ridiculous stereotypes of minority groups he often uses in his bits.
The hero, Jason Selvig, star of the new Netflix mockumentary “Undecided”, ran into Watters in Times Square and gave him a quick dose of his own medicine by annoying him on cam.
A lot of Asians understandably got offended at Jessie Watters’ extremely racist Chinatown feature on Bill O Reilly’s show a few days ago.
While Bill O’ Reilly himself mentioned in the particular episode that the Asian community is “patient,” the group definitely did not hold back in expressing their disgust to the segment and its unfunny, obnoxious host.