I like Tucker Carlson.
I like when he has his clashes with libs.
But I'm a bit troubled now and concerned for him.
The night before last he got in a clash with Col. Ralph Peters on whether overlooking Putin as a threat to civilization was similar to Lindbergh saying Adolf Hitler wasn't such a bad guy, or similar.
"You sound like Charles Lindbergh in 1938, saying, 'Hitler hasn’t attacked us,'" Peters charged.
See it here if you want:
I see the Colonels point and I think Tucker overreacted to Peters statement saying that Peter's was accusing him of being the equivalent of a Hitler apologist.
(Somewhere in here, the Godwin rule applies.)
This is not the thrust of my post, however, only prelude.
The next night (last night), Tucker gets into it with Max Boot.
Agree or disagree with Boot or Carlson, did Tucker go over the line as I think he
Could he have handled this better?
Was he being unnecessarily confrontational?
Also, DaBlade, here is a link to last weeks radio show, wherein I let Ken have it.