Skip to main content
We may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on this site. Read our full Disclosure here.

Tucker Carlson’s Response to NYT Hit Piece Goes Viral


It’s an established fact that Tucker Carlson is despised by the Left. Yet despite their frothing hatred, Tucker seems unphased by it all. In genius fashion, he presses them further by using their anger as material for his top-of-the-ratings television show.

Tucker’s show is winning on nearly every metric. According to DJHJ Media, His largest audience is the coveted 25-54 demographic. The funny part? This includes Democrat viewers as well.

These numbers aren’t put together by a fringe data research group either. These numbers were tabulated by Nielson. The Wrap cites it in their article:

More surprising are the stats about Carlson and Fox News’ pull with self-proclaimed Democrats. Of those demo-aged viewers surveyed who identified as Democrats, 39% chose Fox News, 31% chose MSNBC and 30% chose CNN for programming from 8 p.m. ET to 11 p.m. ET. In total-day viewership, Fox News grabbed 42% of Democrats aged 25-54, CNN nabbed 33% and MSNBC got 25%.

That is not a typo. Tucker and Fox News beat CNN by 9% and MSNBC by an embarrassing 17% in a demographic they should be winning. Democrats! Seems like conservatives aren’t the only ones tiring of liberal media.

Over the last three years, mainstream media has tried their best to compete with Tucker. It hasn’t gone well. His show has continued to gain followers while theirs are barely breaking even for their advertisers.

Since they can’t compete on content, character, or moral high ground, networks and traditional news outlets have taken to trying to cancel Tucker Carlson.

If you can’t beat him, cancel him. That certainly seems to be the approach the New York Times is taking. They just released a multi-part hit piece painting Tucker Carlson as a white nationalist. You might ask, “why does a newspaper care about a television host?”.

The New York Times can’t bring itself to take responsibility for its dropping subscription numbers, they have to blame someone else. In this case, it’s Tucker Carlson.

Tucker has been massively critical of the New York Times and its editors. He’s exposed their agenda and called them out on their double standard. He’s the perfect fall guy.

This is how original the New York Times is. Their hit piece accusing Tucker of being a white nationalist is titled, “white nationalist”. And we wonder why the newspaper is failing. Here’s the tweet announcing the article on Twitter:

In the thread of this Tweet, the editor goes “into detail” about what they uncovered after watching hundreds of hours of Tucker’s program.

This is extremely pompous and “know-it-all” for a 280-character tweet. Nativist current?  Come on man. This is purely commentary but maybe the writing style has something to do with why Tucker has 5 million followers and Nick Confessore is sitting on the bottom half of 500K.

I’m trying to figure out how statements like these got past Legal at the New York Times. Sounds like there could be some defamation suits coming their way.

The question is why are they doing this? It’s simple. They hate Americans and conservatives. That’s not the whole reason. While that may be true, it’s becoming clear that ideals and morals are not their primary motivation. As it is with most everything on the Left, it has to do with money.

Need proof? After multiple threads and posts lambasting Tucker as a racist and a bigot, this is what they have the nerve to post:

The NY Times is running out of money. Hardly anybody reads them. Their relevance even in liberal circles is fast becoming a joke. Do you want to know something that the Times doesn’t want you to know? Their influence is largely aesthetic.

Here’s an example. Their Twitter profile boasts 52.9 MIllion followers. Impressive right? But let’s dig a little deeper. This tweet was posted hours ago. At the time of this reading, it may be days.

Notice something fishy? For an account with that many followers, their engagement (likes, comments, retweets) are in the toilet. If you needed evidence of their irrelevance, there it is.

Now onto Tucker’s response to this whole situation. No monologue. No “woe is me” Twitter rant. Just one single photo.

Tucker knows, like we all know, that the New York Times is trying to profit off of Tucker’s popularity. They need Tucker to be able to sell newspapers and to get people to pay for access to their ridiculous website. The New York Times needs Tucker. Carlson doesn’t need their validation or approval.

SIGN THE PETITION: We Need National Voter ID!

His single post went absolutely viral hitting over 22K in retweets and 200K likes. (For reference, Tucker only has 1/10th the followers as the NYT yet his engagement outranks them by nearly 200%)

At the end of the day, the greatest weapon we have is the one that Tucker uses in this post. Smile, cause at the end of the day, there are more of us that love this nation than they realize and we are going to win.






Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Hey, Noah here!

Wondering where we went?

Read this and bookmark our new site!

See you over there!

Thanks for sharing!