FOX News host Tucker Carlson talked about weak men and their relationship with women, why women hate weak men, and why we can't talk about "basic human things" in an interview with Glenn Beck on BlazeTV that aired on Saturday.
"People should be allowed to say what they really believe," Carlson said. "That is called freedom of speech. It's guaranteed in the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights. That's a non-negotiable point. Period. Someone who will do that. And they're (men) like none of them. The only ones who will do it are women. And that has a lot of consequences."
"For one thing, it drives the women crazy," Carlson said. "There are a lot of really angry women right now. Have you noticed? And I think a lot of them are angry because their men are weak. I do think that. I mean, I don't think that I know that."
"I've been married to the same woman for 30 years and if you want to make her mad -- weak men -- this is true for a lot of [women], I have three daughters. I see this all the time. Weak men make them mad. Because it's wrong. This is like basic and human. All the true, basic human things are the things that we're not allowed to talk about," the FOX News host said.
"Nature itself is offensive to our leaders because it challenges their totally unnatural program," Carlson said. "There is nothing less natural than neoliberalism. It's an assault on nature, it's a denial of nature."