Tucker Carlson Arrives At Press Conference In Brothel Owner’s Limo

By Alissa Krinsky 

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In an article for The New Republic, MSNBC’s Tucker Carlson tells of his recent trip to Nevada to interview GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul on the campaign trail.

Carlson says that, while staying overnight at a Reno hotel, a power outage disabled his room’s alarm clock, causing him to miss his morning ride with the campaign to a Paul press conference. Needing transportation, Carlson called a friend, Dennis Hof, who owns the Moonlite BunnyRanch, a legal brothel. “(Hof) was there in ten minutes,” Carlson writes, “in an enormous stretch limo with a BunnyRanch logo on the side. He’d brought two of his girls, Brooke and Air Force Amy…”

Arriving at the presser, Carlson says his fellow journalists observed the group and “looked confused.” The two women, Carlson writes, “looked like hookers because they are.”

The title of Carlson’s article? “Pimp My Ride”.