Emergency Memo for Tucker Carlson

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Tucker CarlsonSpeaking in the royal “we,” MSNBC‘s Tucker Carlson proclaimed his ignorance of the cause of global warming in a clip that you can find here. If Tucker would take his fingers out of his ears and stop yelling, “Na-na-na-na-na-na,” pretty much anybody could explain it to him. We recommend the extraordinarily reputable sources here, or he could read the Media Matters for America wrap-up here.

For the rest of us, there is an entirely biased selection of Tucker Carlson quotes on SourceWatch. At least we presume it’s a biased selection. He couldn’t actually talk like this all the time, could he?

Regardless, if Tucker really has been wearing bowties since he was 14 (as he says in a SourceWatch quote), perhaps it’s time that he loosened them off a little. He’s clearly gained some weight and now they seem to be cutting off oxygen to his brain.

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