A lawyer for Ray Epps said Fox News and Carlson must apologize on the air for spreading the lie that Epps was a federal agent.
“If you’ve ever seen Tucker looking like a groom who pooped himself at the altar... well then you’ve seen my work."
The Fox News host seemed to be speaking about himself with his brazen new attack on TV "lies."
"I love Trump," the Fox News host said, as he discussed private text exchanges that said the exact opposite.
"This is what's known as telling on yourself," one Twitter user commented.
Claudia Conway, daughter of Kellyanne and George Conway, mocked right-wing figureheads with several polls over the past week.
A Fox News' graphic couldn't keep up with Carlson's false remark.
The Fox News host gave viewers a twofer of his greatest hits.
"All In" anchor Chris Hayes debunked one of the latest claims from the right.
The Republican Accountability Project put together 96 seconds of the Fox News host spreading Russian propaganda.