How Tucker Carlson Weaponized Asking Questions

Let’s explore the question of why the Fox News anchor is dangerous

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“I’m just asking questions here.”

The phrase has become as synonymous with Tucker Carlson as “And that’s the way it is” was with Walter Kronkite. The Fox News anchor likely didn’t intend for it to become his signature sign off. Since his network…

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Financial news writer by day, political commentator by night. Former economic policy analyst. Founder and Publisher of My Side of the Aisle.

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