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Media Matters published audio clips of Tucker Carlson’s calls to the Bubba the Love Sponge radio show between 2006 and 2011.

In one clip, Carlson said underage marriage is not “the same thing exactly as pulling a child from a bus stop and sexually assaulting that child… The rapist in this case has made a lifelong commitment to live and take care of the person so it is a little different.”

In another, Carlson described underage girls at Carlson’s daughter’s boarding school experimenting sexually with each other and said, “If it weren’t my daughter I would love that scenario.”

The Daily Beast says Carlson “appeared to defend statutory rape and called for the elimination of rape shield laws, among other things.”

Carlson responded that Media Matters “caught me saying something naughty.”

 

https://politicalwire.com/2019/03/11/new-audio-of-offensive-remarks-by-tucker-carlson/

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Rolltide   

I'll give you my opinion of what Tucker said when I see verbatim what he said in proper context. He did not actually defend statutory rape. 

 

I also see nothing wrong about a man giving a negative opinion of one woman. Calling one woman a fat pig does not mean you think all women are fat pigs.  

 

I love how pious libtards are when there are some of the most heinous rapists and abusers in their midst. 

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Only part that seems offensive is the part of loving the scenario of young girls fucking each other. And I would call it troubling before I'd call it offensive. 

 

But ppl continuing to go back years on top of years to find something someone said thinking it's going to somehow destroy them is laughable. 

 

I partially agree with his statutory rape as it pertains to couples who consent and end up marrying. 

 

If it was a 30 year old and a 15 year old, that's one thing. But if we're talking about a 19 or 20 year old dating and fucking a 17 year old and they end up engaged/married, I dont think ppl have should have an issue with that. Even if they dont end up marrying each other, if its consensual, I dont see anything wrong with a 17 yo being with a 20 yo. 

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Cons get more and more disgusting and repulsive. 

Holy fuck. And Comrade Ben “doesn’t care”??!?!  I guess his bosses don’t want to lose the millions they’ve invested into this puppet. 

 

Add ss this to those Alabama hillbillies that get elected raping underage girls. 

 

Republicans are treasonous and vile. 

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2 minutes ago, JakePA_Titan said:

If it was a 30 year old and a 15 year old, that's one thing. But if we're talking about a 19 or 20 year old dating and fucking a 17 year old and they end up engaged/married, I dont think ppl have should have an issue with that. 

This is the issue. The Alabama Republicans are old men grooming underage girls. 

The slight age difference is another matter. 

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1 minute ago, CreepingDeath said:

Cons get more and more disgusting and repulsive. 

Holy fuck. And Comrade Ben “doesn’t care”??!?!  I guess his bosses don’t want to lose the millions they’ve invested into this puppet. 

 

Add ss this to those Alabama hillbillies that get elected raping underage girls. 

 

Republicans are treasonous and vile. 

Stop with the fucking self righteous nonsense. You are a libtards for fuck sake. oprah.png.7bd54449bb57a5a626916a576aa16322.png

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4 minutes ago, Rolltide said:

I'll give you my opinion of what Tucker said when I see verbatim what he said in proper context. He did not actually defend statutory rape. 

 

I also see nothing wrong about a man giving a negative opinion of one woman. Calling one woman a fat pig does not mean you think all women are fat pigs.  

He saw nothing wrong with someone marrying off underage girls to older men. He defended the idea on the principle that people have different beliefs. I guess Mr. Law and Order doesn't care about these things when it appeals to his own sexual predilections. (see other statements about the boarding school).

 

Warren Jeffs for the record:

 

"In July 2004, Warren Jeffs' nephew, Brent Jeffs, filed a lawsuit against Warren alleging that in the late 1980s Warren had anally raped him in the Salt Lake Valley compound then owned by the FLDS Church. Brent Jeffs said he was five or six years old at the time, and that Warren Jeffs' brothers, also named in the lawsuit, participated in the abuse. Two of Warren Jeffs' other nephews made similar claims. Brent Jeffs' brother Clayne committed suicide after accusing Warren Jeffs of sexually assaulting him as a child.[32]

 

In June 2005, Jeffs was charged with sexual assault on a minor and with conspiracy to commit sexual misconduct with a minor for allegedly arranging, in April 2001, a marriage between a then-14-year-old girl and her 19-year-old first cousin, Allen. The young woman, Elissa Wall (then only known as "Jane Doe IV"), testified that she begged Rulon Jeffs, known to her as "Uncle Rulon", to let her wait until she was older, or choose another man for her. The elder Jeffs was apparently "sympathetic", but his son was not, and she was forced to go through with the marriage. Wall alleged that her new husband raped her repeatedly and that she repeatedly miscarried. She eventually left Allen and the community. Jeffs faced the above charges in Mohave County, Arizona. In July 2005, the Arizona Attorney General's office distributed wanted posters offering $10,000 for information leading to Jeffs' arrest and conviction.

 

In late 2005, Jeffs was put on the FBI's most wanted fugitive list, offering $60,000 for information leading to his arrest. Shortly after being placed on the FBI list, Jeffs was featured on the television program America's Most Wanted.[citation needed]

 

Around this time, Jeffs' brother, Seth, was arrested under suspicion of harboring a fugitive. During a routine traffic stop on October 28, 2005, in Pueblo County, Colorado, police found nearly $142,000 in cash, about $7,000 worth of prepaid debit cards, and personal records. During Seth Jeffs' court case, FBI agent Andrew Stearns testified that Seth had told him that he did not know where his older brother was and that he would not reveal his whereabouts if he did. He was convicted of harboring a fugitive on May 1, 2006.[33] On July 14, 2006, he was sentenced to three years' probation and a $2,500 fine.[34]

 

On April 5, 2006, Utah issued an arrest warrant for Jeffs on felony charges of accomplice rape of a teenage girl between 14 and 18 years old.[35] Shortly after, on May 6, 2006, the FBI placed Jeffs on its Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.[36] He was the 482nd fugitive listed on that list. In addition, the reward was raised to $100,000, and the public was warned that "Jeffs may travel with a number of loyal and armed bodyguards".[37]

 

On May 27, 2006, Bruce Wisan, the court-appointed accountant in charge of the FLDS Church's trust fund, filed civil suits against Jeffs. Wisan claimed that Jeffs is responsible for "fleecing trust assets". Along with church leaders, former trustees Truman Barlow, Leroy Jeffs, James Zitting, and William Jessop were also named as defendants. "We feel that they've taken things from the trust," Wisan said. "Their actions have caused harm to the trust."[38]

 

On June 8, 2006, Jeffs returned to Colorado City to perform more "child bride" marriages.[39]

 

On May 27, 2008, the Smoking Gun website released images of Jeffs with two underage wives, one of whom was 12 years old, celebrating one-year anniversaries in 2005 and 2006."

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1 minute ago, Cyrus said:

Exhibit #2,004,102 in how political polarization has pushed people to say stupid things. Rolltide calling someone self-righteous for criticizing someone who is defending Warren Jeffs. 

 

I realize people are conditioned nowadays to protect their tribe, but seriously, stop defending bad or stupid behavior.

 

 

Context problem? 

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Cyrus   
5 minutes ago, Rolltide said:

Why did you link an article that refutes your point?

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Rolltide   
Just now, Cyrus said:

Huh?

I was not talking specifically and only about Tucker's one comment. I was talking about how you libtards who defend rapists and pal around with some of the most vicious sex offenders are somehow now shocked and mortified by a few quotes.  

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