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Tucker 'Don't Call Me A Bigot' Carlson Calls Al Sharpton White House's 'Chief Domestic Policy Adviser'

Tucker Carlson finds another liberal straw man to pull out of his hind side.

Fox's Tucker Carlson pulls yet another giant straw man out of his hind side while taking a shot at one of the right's favorite punching bags, Al Sharpton.

From Sean Hannity's show this Monday evening while discussing whether the Ebola nurse should have been quarantined:

HANNITY: Tucker, we're quarantining our military for twenty one days in Italy. This nurse, I understand she's upset. We'll talk about it more later, but seriously? If you're in contact with Ebola patients, you need to be quarantined. I think that's just basic common sense.

CARLSON: No, but Ebola, that's bigoted. Ebola's from Africa Sean. You know that.

HANNITY: So I'm being a bigot for saying it? If you go to Africa and you're...

CARLSON: Look, no, no. This is really simple. It's a handy rule of thumb. If you're in disagreement on a policy level with the administration, you're bigoted. Ask their chief domestic policy adviser Al Sharpton. Really, really simple.

HANNITY: Yeah. Alright.

I can't imagine why anyone would call him a bigot, can you?

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