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Little more than a week ago, far-right Fox New host Tucker Carlson made the rare move of diverting from the script tacitly assigned to him by President Donald Trump.

Carlson's primetime hour, normally dedicated to hailing the President is a mead-drinking beacon of masculinity and common sense, urged Americans to take the growing number of COVID-19 cases more seriously, even as Trump said it was no big deal.

Now that Trump has turned to racism, repeatedly referring to the virus as "Chinese Virus" instead of its actual name, Tucker Carlson can't stop praising him.

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Far-Right Fox News host Tucker Carlson frequently uses his primetime hour to rail against women, immigrants, veterans, and anyone else whose viewpoints and experiences match his own.

More often than not, his guests share these views as well. Such was the case when Tucker brought Conservative editor Seth Barron on his show to talk about the 14th District of New York, the section of the Bronx and Queens represented in Congress by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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The House Intelligence Committee submitted to the House Judiciary Committee its 300 page report of information gleaned from fact witnesses so far in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.

In addition to reiterating the testimony of several witnesses regarding Trump's corrupt dealings with Ukraine, the report also highlighted call records between numerous key players in the Ukraine scandal.

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Far-right Fox News host Tucker Carlson routinely rails against legal immigration, against the so-called "socialism" of the left, and against basic respect for people whose phenotype doesn't match his—all under the guise of love for American values.

So it came as a surprise when Carlson said he was supporting Russia in its ongoing aggression towards neighboring Ukraine.

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Shortly after Fox News was forced to make a rare apology for using mental illness as a slur, Tucker Carlson employed the same tactic to try to discredit House Intelligence Committee Chair, Democratic Representative Adam Schiff of California.

Schiff's committee is conducting a congressional hearing over the now infamous call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Carlson focused on Thursdays's session with the acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI).

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After a shooter in El Paso, Texas cited a "Hispanic invasion" as his motive for killing 22 people on Saturday, far-Right Fox News host Tucker Carlson downplayed the rise of white supremacy in the United States.

Carlson, who routinely claims that diversity isn't a strength, dismissed white supremacy as a "hoax," falsely claiming to Fox viewers that it's "actually not a real problem in America."

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Far-right Fox News host Tucker Carlson is no stranger to bigoted rants. He's lost advertisers and spurred boycotts for unleashing racist rhetoric both on and off the air.

But Carlson's prejudice took aim at a specific member of Congress during his Tuesday night show: Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN).

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