AB readers – please indulge me for a moment. Just imagine a situation where Tucker Carlson tried to make the moves on one Chloe Bruce. Yes, this attractive young woman is quite the martial arts expert and it would be such a joy if she were so offended that she kicked the stuffing out of Mr. Carlson. Something tells me, however, that Ms. Bruce would simply brush off the advance and not waste one second of her life with this bow tie twit.
I raise this only in light of this interview:
CARLSON: Let me – let me put it this way. Whether he’s gay or not actually is not our business, and I do think it’s indefensible that the newspaper in Idaho spent a year interviewing 300 people to answer the question, Is he gay? That’s none of your business. Having sex in a public men’s room is outrageous. It’s also really common. I’ve been bothered in men’s rooms. I think people who do …
ABRAMS: Tucker, what did you do, by the way? What did you do when he did that? We got to know.
CARLSON: I went back with someone I knew and grabbed the guy by the – you know, and grabbed him, and – and –
ABRAMS: And did what?
CARLSON: Hit him against the stall with his head, actually!
CARLSON: And then the cops came and arrested him. But let me say that I’m the least anti-gay right-winger you’ll ever meet
It’s disgusting that this crew was laughing about the fact that the little coward known as Tucker Carlson went and found another person to help beat up the person who approached him in the restroom. Assaulting another person is funny?
But back to my hypothetical. Why is it OK for guys to beat up on other guys for this stuff and yet it is considered manly when a guy decides to hit upon a woman. Is it because the woman will not strike back?