Confused Tucker Carlson Has TOTAL MELTDOWN On Live TV

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Опубликовано 16 мая 2018, 18:00
Fox News host Tucker Carlson completely lost his mind during an interview on Tuesday evening while he was debating a Congressional candidate on the issue of gun control. He began screaming and shouting and almost threatening the candidate because Tucker couldn’t wrap his head around the facts. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.
 
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On Tuesday evening, Fox News host Tucker Carlson hosted Pat Davis, a retired police officer who's running for Congress in the state of New Mexico as a Democrat and his ad that he has running right now is F the NRA.

He wants to take a stand against this organization that wants to weaken gun laws across the United States because he wants a more common sense gun policy, as do the majority of people in the United States, including the majority of NRA members! He's running this add; he's getting great response, and Tucker Carlson wanted to bring him on the program to talk about that ad.

And as usual, things didn't go the way that Tucker Carlson wanted. Take a look, because Tucker Carlson had a complete meltdown at the end of this interview. Here it is.

Oh. And so-

No, 50 and 100 round magazines.

So if you could fired, it is physically possible to fire ... it's not. I mean, these are rhetorical questions. You don't know what you're talking about. And I know that you were a police officer. You claim to have been-

Tucker-

No AR-15 can fire 150 rounds in 15 seconds. That's untrue, and if you believe it is true, then you're not qualified to have a conversation about guns. People are laughing at you, because you are ignorant.

And yet, [inaudible 00:01:17] news.

People are laughing at you because you don't know what you're talking about. No, no, that's just untrue.

We take exactly the word of the police officers in Las Vegas, who I trust, who ran into that room to save people down below. And found the weapons-

Who said.

And found the weapons that were modified with bump stocks that would allow him to do that.

So they say an AR-15 can shoot ... what do you think would happen to the barrel in 15 seconds, if you put 150 rounds? It would melt.

Tucker, I know they get hot. I've been through this. But here's-

So I guess my point is, if you're gonna take on the NRA, be Mr. Tough I Was a Cop guy, maybe you should know what you're talking about. But you don't. You're putting something on television that's demonstrably wrong. That's physically impossible and all of your voters are like, "Oh yeah! This guy knows what he's talking about! He was a cop."

No.

But you don't know. So maybe you should apologize for it.

I'm not apologizing for taking-

I'm sorry, politeness doesn't work.

-on the NRA, when no one else is doing.

I'm just trying to ... oh, okay. I think you should apologize for saying something that's factually untrue.

Apologies and politeness have not changed the conversation. We need new folks to take over in House. This will be a real priority.

Yeah, that's why I'm not being polite. I'm trying to get real conversation going here.

Yeah.

But you don't know what you're talking about, so maybe you shouldn't be in a position to make decisions because you don't understand the issue, because you just told me with a straight face that an AR-15 can fire 150 rounds in 15 seconds. Ooh, surprise, it can't.

So maybe you should admit that and move on to something you understand. Would you do that?

Tucker, we're not ... this is exactly the type of arguments that don't get us where we need to be. We need new leaders in Congress.

Oh, it's not like F the NRA!

That's what people are getting behind.

That's the kind of argument we need.

We need-

I thought politeness didn't work, tough guy?

We ... politeness is not working so far. If you woke up one day and don't have your kid anymore-

Oh, it's not? You know what works, actually facts work. Why don't you get some facts?

You want somebody in Congress to step up.
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