Tucker Carlson criticized Hollywood and several members of the media and political sphere for all but enabling Harvey Weinstein to continue his alleged habit of sexually assaulting women.
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Mark Steyn reacted to the Harvey Weinstein scandal on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
Tucker Carlson said the bigger scandal in the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault case is the lack of action or reaction to his allegations.
Tucker Carlson debated former Clinton campaign adviser Richard Goodstein on Hillary's delayed response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Former "Superman" Dean Cain said the breaking allegations against film production mogul Harvey Weinstein were entirely predictable.
Tucker Carlson debated gun control with an ethics lawyer who demanded that "something" be done to fix the gun violence problem in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre.
Tucker Carlson said that the political left finally found the only immigrant it deems unworthy to come to America.
The Las Vegas massacre has led to many Democratic lawmakers and liberals pushing for stricter gun control legislation.
Tucker Carlson said that many people on the left have begun calling for restrictions on or a repeal of the Second Amendment.
Australian media spoke to the sisters of Marilou Danley, who was Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's girlfriend.
Tucker Carlson debated Amer Zahr of the University of Detroit, who said the media goes too easy on white men who carry out mass shootings, while labeling Muslims and other minority groups "terrorists" in those circumstances.
Tucker Carlson debated Mediaite managing editor Colby Hall, who wrote a piece called "The Scariest Part of the Las Vegas Massacre: The Pro-Gun Message That Nothing Can Be Done."