Tucker Mocks NPR’s Totenberg Over Her ‘Intimate Relationship’ with RBG

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With the recent news that National Public Radio (NPR) legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg is out with a new book on her chummy relationship with former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Fox News star and host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night had fun with Totenberg and the cringeworthy details of her “intimate relationship” with the former Supreme Court Justice. 

“So by far the most famous National Public Radio reporter in the world, someone who’s been there since approximately the year they invented electricity. Is a woman called Nina Totenberg,” Carlson joked. 

“She covers the Supreme Court with, and we’re quoting NPR: ‘crystalline explanations for all things legal, especially Supreme Court arcana’— oh she’s a nerd! No one is clearer and more incisive,” Carlson continued. ”You can just hear the spittle hitting the microphone as the NPR anchor hyperventilates those words. Of course, all of them are false.”

Carlson pointed out what a dishonest reporter Totenberg is, and that she fits right in with the band of leftists at NPR:

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Nina Totenberg is a terrible reporter. Always has been. Few years ago she got busted getting a story completely wrong for political reasons. She reported that Justice Neil Gorsuch had defied Sonia Sotomayor’s Supreme Court mask mandate. And was immediately fact-checked by the Supreme Court and even Twitter acknowledged that she was making that up.

“Pretty embarrassing,” Carlson quipped. 

Turning to the substance of Totenberg’s memoir (or lack thereof), Carlson read a passage from the book. “It turns out that Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Nina Totenberg were incredibly close friends. And they talked on the phone all the time,” he said. “At the end of one of those calls, Nina Totenberg writes in this repulsive new memoir she felt like and we’re quoting a ‘goose that had just been stuffed in preparation for foie gras.’” 

As if the previous sentence wasn’t vomit-inducing enough, Carlson went on: “So over the years, these two spent tons of time together. And we’re quoting, ‘shopping with Ruth was a humbling experience,’ Totenberg wrote trembling. And we’re quoting again. ‘She was petite and beautiful and could wear almost anything.’ Whoo! Do you feel dirty hearing that? Nina Totenberg doesn’t feel dirty. She feels affirmed.” 

Gross! 

Carlson ended by pointing out how dishonest and disreputable NPR is and how they take your tax dollars so they can smear real Americans. “NPR is somehow not embarrassed by this and by the way, here’s the best part: you pay their salaries because it’s National Public Radio. They still take tax dollars to hate you,” he said. 

To read the relevant transcript of this segment click “expand”: 

FNC’s Tucker Carlson Tonight
9/13/2022
8:49:34 p.m. Eastern

TUCKER CARLSON: So by far the most famous National Public Radio reporter in the world, someone who’s been there since approximately the year they invented electricity. Is a woman called Nina Totenberg, and NPR is very proud of Nina Totenberg. She covers the Supreme Court with, and we’re quoting NPR: “crystalline explanations for all things legal, especially Supreme Court arcana”— oh she’s a nerd! No one is clearer and more incisive. 

You can just hear the spittle hitting the microphone as the NPR anchor hyperventilates those words. Of course, all of them are false. Nina Totenberg is a terrible reporter. Always has been. Few years ago she got busted getting a story completely wrong for political reasons. 

She reported that Justice Neil Gorsuch had defied Sonia Sotomayor’s Supreme Court mask mandate. And was immediately fact-checked by the Supreme Court and even Twitter acknowledged that she was making that up. Pretty embarrassing. So it’s kind of a mixed blessing to report tonight that Nina Totenberg has finally decided to stop pretending. 

She’s not a reporter, she’s a shill! She’s a shill for the Democratic Party. Long married to a Democratic Senator. We couldn’t say it. But now she has a new memoir out. The memoir is called Dinners with Ruth. And of course, Ruth would be our recently beatified former Supreme Court Justice, now deceased Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 

And it turns out that Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Nina Totenberg were incredibly close friends. And they talked on the phone all the time. At the end of one of those calls, Nina Totenberg writes in this repulsive new memoir she felt like and we’re quoting a “goose that had just been stuffed in preparation for foie gras.” 

It’s like the perfect NPR sentence, it’s both banal, it’s a cliche. Goose, foie gras? Heard that before, pick a new one but you can’t, not capable of it. And it has the aura of erudition. A certain Grey Poupon feeling. They know what foie gras is on NPR. 

So over the years, these two spent tons of time together. And we’re quoting, “shopping with Ruth was a humbling experience,” Totenberg wrote trembling. And we’re quoting again. “She was petite and beautiful and could wear almost anything.” Whoo! Do you feel dirty hearing that? Nina Totenberg doesn’t feel dirty. She feels affirmed. 

Anyway, that was your NPR Supreme Court reporter talking about her apparently intimate relationship with a Supreme Court Justice that you didn’t know about until now. And NPR is somehow not embarrassed by this and by the way, here’s the best part: you pay their salaries because it’s National Public Radio. They still take tax dollars to hate you.

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