In December 2018, Tucker went on his Fox Information present and stated that Karen McDougal (and Stormy Daniels for that matter) had “extorted” Donald Trump. He stated that extortion was a criminal offense—he was proper, it’s a crime. However Karen McDougal didn’t try this and Tucker Carlson’s characterization that she had “approached Trump and threatened to break his profession or humiliate his household if he didn’t give [her] cash” was inaccurate. So, Ms. McDougal sued Carlson in December 2019.

On Thursday, McDougal’s lawsuit in opposition to Tucker Carlson was dismissed by U.S. District Decide Mary Kay Vyskocil—not as a result of Tucker Carlson didn’t say these issues however as a result of in accordance with Decide Vyskocil, no one should believe anything Tucker says about anything.

Fox persuasively argues that given Mr. Carlson’s popularity, any cheap viewer “arrive[s] with an acceptable quantity of skepticism” in regards to the statements he makes. Whether or not the Court docket frames Mr. Carlson’s statements as “exaggeration,” “non-literal commentary,” or just bloviating for his viewers, the conclusion stays the identical—the statements should not actionable.

There you go. He’s so filled with shit it doesn’t matter what he says. Tucker is correct up there with Alex Jones.