Tucker Carlson offered a scathing rebuke tonight after a judge revealed that Sean Hannity was in fact a client of Trump's attorney, Michael Cohen. Twitter was abuzz with a bizarre and frantic explosion of joy over this news today, as if it meant anything at all.
The point Tucker made tonight, and anyone who's thinking rationally, is that Hannity is entitled to hire whoever he wants and his privacy should be respected -- especially since he's not under investigation. The only reason why the judge would reveal Sean's name, as 'mystery client #3', is to embarrass him. Where does the authoritarian behavior end: unveiling of medical records, conversations with a priest or rabbi? Tucker, as always, tackles the subject with a sophisticated cadence that is hard to argue against.