Wednesday on Fox News, CRTV host Allie Stuckey was interviewed by Tucker Carlson on the faux-outrage nontroversy stirred up by the Left in response to a satirical video she made making fun of socialist Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Stuckey refused to apologize for her video, telling Carlson the Left's outrage is "manufactured" against conservatives who make fun of progressives.
"Of course it was intended to be seen as a joke," Stuckey said. "Satire has played a very important part in political dialogue for a long time, and I'm certainly not apologetic for playing a part in that."
"You see the manufactured outrage from people on the Left who believe that humor is exclusive to the hilarious people on late-night shows," she said.
"Apparently conservatives are not allowed to tell jokes, no matter what. So that's what I learned this week."