Fox News host Tucker Carlson gave his viewers an eyeful on Wednesday evening when he featured a graphic that contained a colourful assault on his visitor, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.).
Hawley has confronted calls to resign or be expelled from the Senate over his efforts to cancel out the votes of thousands and thousands of Americans when Congress met final month to certify the 2020 election outcomes. One blunt message got here from Retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, which was proven as Hawley spoke:
Honoré is leading an investigation of safety on the U.S. Capitol within the wake of the violent Jan. 6 assault on Congress by pro-Trump insurrectionists who, like Hawley, had been trying to overturn the election outcomes. When the Capitol was cleared and Congress resumed, Hawley continued that effort.
Honoré’s tweet was in response to a report that Congress might expel members, resembling Hawley, who supported the Jan. 6 riot:
Although Carlson was sad that Honoré was main the investigation in gentle of that “partisan” message, Twitter customers had been thrilled:
On the sixteenth Day of Black History Month, we acknowledge LT. General Russell Honore for having *NO FUCKS* from the day of his beginning.
Thank You General Honore! https://t.co/SGLKVVuaKK
— Marc 2Xor3X Hoodie (@thegoodfello) February 18, 2021
the primary draft of Tucker’s intro has been leaked: “Joining us live from Missouri is the little piece of shit who should be run out of DC and disbarred” https://t.co/jnNggUIj2G
— 😡~kristin~😡 (@kristinnw) February 18, 2021