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Tucker Carlson guest worried humanity might go extinct from smoking weed

Marc Siegel told Tucker that smoking marijuana is “the biggest culprit of all” for falling sperm counts

Tucker Carlson complained Monday night that the media, of which he is a member, is ignoring “the biggest story there is.” That story? Well, it’s a topic that led “Dr.” Marc Siegel to suggest that marijuana could be the key driver of humanity’s extinction in the relatively near future.

“So we spent the last year hearing about a health crisis, a pandemic, but there are a lot of health crises. This may be the biggest one. Falling testosterone levels, which have completely reshaped our society,” Tucker said, just throwing that out there as a transphobic dogwhistle for his far-right viewers — because this story is not about testosterone levels.

After that aside, Tucker got to the actual story that he was talking about.

“And falling sperm counts, which may make it impossible to continue the human race. Why is this happening? Probably because of chemicals in our environment,” Tucker said. “According to one scientist, sperm counts in the western world have dropped 59% between 1973 and 2011. At this pace sperm counts will reach zero by 2045. No one talks about this. Everybody should be.”

And that’s when Tucker welcomed on Marc Siegel, who Tucker claimed is a doctor. But Siegel didn’t want to talk about chemicals, which were the basis for the discussion.

“I’m actually more concerned about something right now, Tucker, that also involves falling sperm counts. And that’s lockdown libido,” Siegel told Tucker, not joking.

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Published: March 02, 2021

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