SHOCK!!! MIZZOU WICCANS EARN APOLOGY FROM FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR!!!
Tucker Carlson and his stupid bow tie have been in a bit of trouble as of late with the Midwestern pagan/Wiccan community . . . Check it:
More than 40,000 people had asked for Carlson to apologize through two online petitions after Carlson, the editor in chief of The Daily Caller, spoke against the University of Missouri's guidelines for religious holidays.
Here are part of his offensive comments . . .
"Any religion whose most sacred day is Halloween, I just can't take seriously," Carlson said on the Feb. 17 broadcast of "Fox and Friends" weekend show that touched off the controversy. "I mean, call me a bigot."
"Every Wiccan I've ever known is either a compulsive deep Dungeons and Dragons player or is a middle-aged, twice-divorced older woman living in a rural area who works as a midwife," he said.
In fairness, had he been doing stand-up and not political commentary . . . That would have been hilarious. Also, don't tell me that last statement doesn't bring back bad memories of a formerly powerful Kansas City political lady.
Still . . . In the end the commentary was simply misinformed and claimed Mizzou accommodations for the pagan/wiccan holidays when the addition to the student calender was merely and effort to promote greater awareness of the
superstitious religious diversity of faith on the MU campus.
DEVELOPING . . .