Conservative commentator defends ‘slut shaming’ on Fox News

Conservative commentator defends ‘slut shaming’ on Fox News

Conservative commentator and Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson has called on Fox’s Bill O’Reilly to stop using “slut-shaming” to describe female journalists and other women on his program.

Carlson, who has become a frequent guest on O’Brien’s show, said Monday he believes “it’s time to stop doing it” and that “it should be replaced with ‘sluts should be ashamed’.”

Carlson’s comments come after O’Neil recently called for the women of America to “stop making excuses” and “stop shaming people because of their gender.”

O’Reilly said on Monday that “sluts” should be “shamed” and said the term “sluthook” is “a term of abuse” and should be changed.

Carlos suggested O’Neill “should go to the White House and demand that the president change his name, because the president of the United States is a woman.”

Carlson has long used the term to describe women, including former Vice President Joe Biden and former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

He said that women should “stop doing that,” according to Fox News.

Carlsons comments came after O, in an interview on MSNBC, called on O’,Reilly and Fox to stop calling women “slutties” and to stop blaming women for “not having the balls to do what they want to do.”

“They should stop using it,” Carlson said.

“The term ‘sluttie’ is offensive and degrading.

Slut-Shaming has nothing to do with what a woman does or wants.

Sluts are just people who like to fuck, they don’t deserve to be called sluts.”

O, meanwhile, on Monday tweeted: “I would like to apologize to Bill OReilly for using the term ‘Slut’ on my show.

I never meant to cause offense or insult anyone and I sincerely regret the mistake.”

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