The comments were made on a radio program called "Bubba the Love Sponge Show" between 2006 and 2011.
Come Monday, Carlson refused to apologize for those clips. Fox News has yet to comment.
"You know who else thinks Tucker is a white supremacist?"
Tucker Carlson does not seem to be having his best week ever. "As a testament to that, this is literally all they have and all that they have had for all these years... the only that they ever highlight are those posts which were specifically written with the intent of underscoring just how gross and disgusting right-wing blowhards are".
"This isn't about Media Matters, Sleeping Giants, or activists". "Media Matters caught me saying something naughty on a radio show more than a decade ago", Carlson wrote on Twitter.
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In December, PepsiCo's SodaStream and Pacific Life Insurance Co. were among the advertisers cutting ties with the show after Carlson made disparaging comments about immigrants.
She noted that none of the scandalous Carlson audio tapes weren't hard to find, but her researchers did discover that Carlson's name is an anagram of Ol' Cracker Nuts. Carlson called her "so dumb" and asked, "I mean, if you had a wife that dumb, would it be good or bad?" Fox had what Media Matters called an "emergency meeting" with advertisers Wednesday-a meeting that was met with protests outside. The demonstration was supported by other major advocacy groups, including the Women's March and United We Dream.
WaPo also responds to Carlson's point that Media Matters is partially funded by left-wing billionaire George Soros, arguing that the organization has not been funded by Soros in "many years". The posts are, indeed, disturbing. I did it for two months and I stopped. "This is actually a large part of why Donald Trump was elected, even though I'm not a huge fan and often disagree with Tucker Carlson". This particular satire is not amusing and it doesn't lampoon the character of the bigot so much as it just presents bigoted ideas, but it is entirely disingenuous of Carlson to say that these posts represent Carusone's actual views.
Tucker Carlson is losing advertisers-again.