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Tucker Carlson Responds to Liberal TV Reporters Who Blamed HIM for Colorado Shooting

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Tucker Carlson has used his eponymous Fox News show to criticize a group of liberal television reporters who he claims have been using his reporting to “blame the right-wing media” for “radicalising” the gay bar bomber in Colorado Springs.

“This is a man who was radicalized by this show and by TikTok’s Libs Twitter account to hate transgender people and that’s why this man walked into a bar, a gay bar, with a gun and started murdering people. Carlson said. he tongue firmly in cheek during Wednesday night’s monologue.

He was able to gently scoff that earlier in the day a request came up from the lawyers for 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich to refer to them using the pronouns they/them, because they are said to be non-binary.

CNN delivered the news to a stunned silence before proceeding to report on the shootings and Aldrich’s alleged involvement using male pronouns.

Tucker Carlson used his monologue on his show to call out liberal television reporters by name who had accused him and Fox News of inciting anti-LGBTQ sentiment.

Tucker Carlson used his monologue on his show to call out liberal television reporters by name who had accused him and Fox News of inciting anti-LGBTQ sentiment.

Carlson then illustrated how the left-wing media had been blaming the right for the tragedy that had occurred.

“This is a campaign driven by members of Congress and conservative social media influencers, as well as the right-wing’s favorite television network, Fox News,” said MSNBC political reporter Nicolle Wallace. “You have anti-LGBTQ rhetoric thrown into most viewing hours on Fox News in a regular clip against the US military, against gay men and women,” she continued.

It was a view shared by MSNBC evening host Chris Hayes: “These incidents occurred in the context of conservative media personalities instilling fear against queer people,” he suggested.

Carlson suggested that NBC News was leading the charge against right-wing media outlets with NBC reporter Ben Collins reporting how fear was spreading to the LGBTQ community at night, including drag nights.

“These incidents occurred in the context of conservative media personalities instilling fear against queer people,” suggested MSNBC host Chris Hayes.

NBC reporter Ben Collins reports how fear was spreading to the LGBTQ community at night, including drag nights.

NBC reporter Ben Collins reports how fear was spreading to the LGBTQ community at night, including drag nights.

NBC reporter Ben Collins reports how fear was spreading to the LGBTQ community at night, including drag nights.

Club Q, where five people were killed in a shooting over the weekend, was scheduled to have a drag brunch on Sunday for Transgender Remembrance Day, which commemorates transgender people who lost their lives to violence against women. transgender people.

‘Am I doing something wrong here? Here are some headlines I wrote in the last six months. “Fueled by the internet’s far-right machine, anti-LGBTQ threats shut down trans rights and drag events.” Remember, there was a drag event in Colorado,’ Collins explained.

‘What do we do about public officials at the local, state, federal level, who try to inject fear of the word ‘transgender’ into school affairs?’ asked Mike Barnicle during NBC’s Meet The Press on Sunday.

After playing the report, Carlson was ready to take aim at those who had suggested that any of the Fox reports might be to blame, now knowing that the gunman had identified as non-binary.

‘You remember [when you were told] Anderson Lee Aldrich, were you inspired by the hate towards the non-binary community that you learned about on this show? You remember? Well, actually, we found out last night that Anderson Lee Aldrich is, drum roll please, part of the non-binary community.

He doesn’t hate them. He is one!

'What do we do with public officials at the local, state, federal level, who try to inject the fear of the very word "Transgender" in school affairs?'  asked Mike Barnicle during NBC's Meet The Press on Sunday.

'What do we do with public officials at the local, state, federal level, who try to inject the fear of the very word "Transgender" in school affairs?'  asked Mike Barnicle during NBC's Meet The Press on Sunday.

‘What do we do about public officials at the local, state, federal level, who try to inject fear of the word ‘transgender’ into school affairs?’ asked Mike Barnicle during NBC’s Meet The Press on Sunday.

“This is a campaign driven by members of Congress and conservative social media influencers, as well as the right-wing’s favorite television network, Fox News,” said MSNBC political reporter Nicolle Wallace.

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota was stunned after learning that the suspect in the Colorado Springs gay club shooting is non-binary and wants to use they/them pronouns.

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota was stunned after learning that the suspect in the Colorado Springs gay club shooting is non-binary and wants to use they/them pronouns.

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota was stunned after learning that the suspect in the Colorado Springs gay club shooting is non-binary and wants to use they/them pronouns.

‘First, control your laughter and reflect on what this means. What it means is that virtually everything NBC News has told you about this shooting in Colorado is not only wrong, but the opposite of the truth,” Carlson continued.

‘It’s all a grotesque and dirty lie. It was not a news report. It turns out to have been the most transparent type of political propaganda. And for once they have been arrested in public trying to sell political propaganda to an unsuspecting public under the guise of news. It’s not the first time they’ve done it. They won’t stop doing it, but they did it a lot in this case.

The Colorado shooter’s motive is unknown, but the prime suspect, Anderson Lee Aldrich, faces five counts of first-degree murder and five counts of bodily harm causing hate crimes, more commonly known as hate crimes.

Anderson identifies as part of the non-binary community.  He doesn't hate them.  He is one!'  Tucker Carlton said.  Pictured: A newly released mugshot after the shooting and his arrest

Anderson identifies as part of the non-binary community.  He doesn't hate them.  He is one!'  Tucker Carlton said.  Pictured: A newly released mugshot after the shooting and his arrest

Anderson identifies as part of the non-binary community. He doesn’t hate them. He is one!’ Tucker Carlton said. Pictured: A newly released mugshot after the shooting and his arrest

The LGBTQ community has faced a wave of threats and violence. in recently published research from the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University San Bernardino, researchers found that reports of hate crimes against LGBTQ people in major cities increased 51% in 2021.

Carlson admitted that he was “shocked to learn that the anti-trans shooter is himself trans,” but suggested that the liberal media, including NBC News, must now apologize for rushing to judgment and, in fact, saying that the rhetoric aired on Fox News was the culprit.

‘Yesterday they accused us of having killed five people. Now that the story they told has turned out to be a lie, contrary to what they said, they are pretending that nothing has changed. They are liars, cold-blooded liars. It’s amazing to watch.

Club Q, where five people were killed in a shooting over the weekend, was scheduled to have a drag brunch on Sunday, marking Transgender Day of Remembrance, which commemorates transgender people who have lost their lives to violence against people. transgender.

Club Q, where five people were killed in a shooting over the weekend, was scheduled to have a drag brunch on Sunday, marking Transgender Day of Remembrance, which commemorates transgender people who have lost their lives to violence against people. transgender.

Club Q, where five people were killed in a shooting over the weekend, was scheduled to have a drag brunch on Sunday, marking Transgender Day of Remembrance, which commemorates transgender people who have lost their lives to violence against people. transgender.