ucker Carlson portrayed himself as the victim of a “mob” on Monday night. And he said Fox News has his back.
”We will never bow to the mob. Ever. No matter what,” he said.
At the exact same time, on MSNBC, the progressive group Media Matters for America
shared even more examples of offensive remarks made by Carlson on a shock jock radio show.
The “Bubba the Love Sponge Show” audio clips are from 2006 to 2011. Media Matt
ers is circulating them now as part of a pressure campaign against Fox’s advertisers.
Without naming the anti-Fox group, Carlson said on Monday nig
ht that “they’ve been working hard to kill this show” ever since it premiered in 2016.
When Carlson handed off to Sean Hannity, the two men complained about the scrutiny.
”There is a mob that wants to destroy only Fox,” Hannity said.