Tucker Carlson Admits He Sometimes Lies On His Show

Tucker Carlson is outwardly telling the reality when he says he generally lies on his present.

The Fox News host admitted his relationship with the reality generally wavers as he was interviewed by fellow conservative media host Dave Rubin on Monday.

It occurred after Rubin requested Carlson how CNN staff like Chris Cuomo and Brian Stelter “live with themselves … when they just lie again and again and we have the internet to expose the lies.”

Carlson appeared to take the query personally, to the purpose the place he made this confession about his personal relaxed relationship with factual accuracy.

“I mean, I lie if I’m really cornered or something,” Carlson admitted. “I lie. I really try not to. I try never to lie on TV. I just don’t ― I don’t like lying. I certainly do it, you know, out of weakness or whatever.”

Carlson then mentioned there was a distinction between spouting “lies” once you’re cornered out of weak spot and the systematic mendacity he claims is practiced by the anchors at CNN.

“So if these people ask themselves why am I doing this? And they say, well, I want to protect the system because I really believe in the system. OK, who’s running the system? You’re lying to defend Jeff Bezos? Like, you’re treating Bill Gates like some sort of moral leader, like, are you kidding me? How dare you do that.”

You can see the trade within the video beneath beginning across the 35:40 mark.

Carlson’s admission of mendacity isn’t precisely information. In reality, Fox News gained a defamation lawsuit towards Carlson final 12 months by efficiently arguing “that given Mr. Carlson’s reputation, any reasonable viewer ‘arrive[s] with an appropriate amount of skepticism’ about the statement he makes,” according to NPR.