Do yourself a favor and spend 5 minutes watching this video.
Self-described “media terrorist” Joey Boots, who goes around New York City videotaping people, happened to stumble upon Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson … fly fishing … in Central Park Sunday afternoon just a few hours after he left the “Fox & Friends” couch. Boots didn’t know who Carlson was, which makes their conversation that much more priceless.
“So when you videotape people, and I don’t mind, but I suspect some people do,” asks Carlson, before Boots jumps in: “Yeah. They assault me sometimes.”
The conversation takes a fascinating turn when they start talking about media. “I like CNN. I also like Current,” says Boots. “Do you like Olbermann?” Carlson eggs on. Just watch:
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