In the following video, Tucker Carlson takes on the looniest of the looney left providing proof positive that these people are evil, vile creatures. Warning: You might want to have your coffee and morning breakfast first. Kurt Eichenwald is among the grinds left in a Marxist cesspool of propagandists pretending to be journalists.
Breitbart News by Jeff Poor
Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson confronted Newsweek’s Kurt Eichenwald for his claim that President-elect Donald Trump had spent time in a mental hospital in 1990.
Eichenwald made the claim on Twitter in September, but promptly deleted it.
When pressed by Carlson if he believed Trump had spent time in a mental hospital, Eichenwald attempted to offer a long-winded explanation for the claim, but would never give a direct answer.
Now’s a great time to have your morning coffee and toast or whatever. As for Eichenwald, his chickens returned home to roost really fast.
It must have occurred to Eichenwald sometime during the discussion that rather than sounding like a smug and condescending elitist pig, he came off like a jerk stoned on the same amphetamines that he accused president-elect Donald Trump of being hooked on.
Eichenwald did not answer Carlson’s question because he had no valid answer and with that revelation that he debunked his own propaganda, Eichenwald turned to twitter in MELTDOWN MODE. Beam me up, Scottie.
— Byron York (@ByronYork) December 16, 2016
That’s right, 46 tweets. Eichenwald was so triggered that as soon as his discussion with Carlson came to an end, he took to Twitter where he at once belted out 46 tweets.
Again, somewhere down the line, it occurred to the smug Marxist what he had just done and it was at that moment that karma kicked in. Eichenwald began deleting the tweets but once on twitter, always on twitter even for elitist propagandists. It gets better, our friends at TWITCHY had screenshots of the tweets…for posterity sakes. Not really, karma is more like it.
he deleted them all! https://t.co/gJcOOrJwzw
— James Taranto (@jamestaranto) December 16, 2016
— Ho-Ho-Holly McClane (@LilMissRightie) December 16, 2016
— Nina Illingworth (@NinaDontPlayMtG) December 16, 2016
Newsweek’s Kurt Eichenwald made an appearance Thursday night on Tucker Carlson’s show, and he brought props….
Reaction on Twitter didn’t bode well for Newsweek as a credible source.
Wow. @kurteichenwald is fascinatingly crazy.
— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) December 16, 2016
— J Starr (@JamesS020770) December 16, 2016