Because we watch Trumpland TV so you don't have to, today we learned Judicial Watch founder and “pathologically litigious attorney” Larry Klayman is not surprised by Tucker Carlson’s offensive comments made years ago on radio, because the Fox News host isn’t a real conservative anyway—oh, and, by the way, #MeToo in Hollywood is “just a way to jingle change.”
We’re not sure how we made a leap into that second part so quickly, but don’t sue us if you get whiplash. Klayman—who represents sexual harassment victim Laurie Luhn in legal action against Fox, Roger Ailes, Showtime and others—had this to say:
Tucker is not a real conservative, in many ways. He's a little like others who portray themselves, to position themselves with certain networks, and media, and this and that. He's not a bad guy, but Tucker tends to go with the flow... love the one you're with.
The #MeToo movement in Hollywood is just a way to jingle change [...] there is a hypocrisy on the left that is beyond belief.
Klayman, who in the past has made utterly bizarre, wild claims about Barack Obama, once warned of a “second American revolution” if Obama didn’t resign. Guess he got distracted by something.
Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to reflect that Klayman warned of a “second American revolution”—not an armed insurrection—if Obama didn’t resign. The Daily Beast regrets the error.