On Wednesday night I kept my midweek date with Fox News, responding to Tucker Carlson's interview with former DNC chair Donna Brazile. The Clintons looked on the State Department as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Clinton Foundation, and on the DNC as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Clinton campaign. After Donna Brazile's repeated wish to "go fishing" with Tucker, I made a fishing observation of my own. Media-ite did not care for it:
Canadian author Mark Steyn appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight to react to the Fox News host's interview with former DNC interim chair Donna Brazile — and did so by suggesting that Hillary Clinton is a murderer.
Tucker Carlson asked Steyn — whose appearances on Fox News seem to be entirely composed of quips — what he thought of Brazile's remark that she leaked debate questions to Clinton in 2016 so that the candidate would not be "blindsided."
Steyn reacted by telling the Fox News host that he should take Brazile up on her offer to go fishing, as Carlson struggled to contain his laughter.
"I'd rather go fishing with Donna Brazile than go fishing with Hillary Clinton," Steyn continued, "because you get the feeling you'll be sleeping with the fishes by the end of the afternoon if you go fishing with Hillary."
A beaming Carlson let out a chuckle at that remark, and Steyn continued on his quip rampage.
To those of us raised on The Front Page, these new American media types are awfully sensitive, don't you find? Click below to watch:
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