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Thursday, July 5, 2018

Fox News' Tucker Carlson Entertains Via A Lie (Micheal Avenatti)




You may know that we do not care to post fox News video on the page. We do so when it absolutely critical and nine times out of ten that instances relate to outright lies from Fox producers, editors, and on-air hosts. 

Well, it is time to post another video featuring the ever so lying Tucker Carlson. While we do to recommend the full viewing of the embed we strongly recommend viewing the first 2:30 seconds.



The Blue State Daily addressed Carlson's feed to his viewers.

The Blue State Daily

Excerpt
“We invited the creepy porn lawyer onto this show. We called his office – or what he said was his office. It may have been a booth at a Wendy’s in Passaic, maybe a White Castle – you never know. In any case, he turned us down flat. Too bad.”
Shortly after Carlson had proven what an immature little whiner he is, Avenatti responded on Twitter, noting that he did indeed decline Carlson’s invitation because he wanted to appear on Sean Hannity’s show instead. And he also had some choice comments for Carlson:




.@TuckerCarlson - Stop lying to your viewers. You did not invite me on your show Fri night. It never happened. You invited me on Wed and I responded within 3 minutes (see below). I then never heard back. Again – pls have Sean’s EP reach out to me. And try honesty next time. 

End The Blue State Daily excerpt.

If you experienced difficulty in reading the part of Avenatti's post due to image size (with redactions) we offer a view which is a bit larger. 



Fox News isn't a news network. It is a network for its inception in 1996 which entertains Right-leaning citizens.  Sadly many Americans tune-in to the network thus exposing themselves to utter lies on a daily basis. Of most concern; the nation's 45th President considers the entertainment network his preferred currents events purveyor.

While not part of the headline nor the essence of this piece, we feel it worthwhile to add another segment from Carlson. The following segment offered the of News entertainer opportunity to secure excitement form his viewers and a few social media posts.  We offer the not-so-famous, ever-present, and ugly Carlson go-off.



Remember the basic tenet of all business: "Give the customer (viewer) what they want". If a business has a model which includes entertainment of a large audience, the business entertains by any means necessary.  

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