Carlson's also encouraged people to tune into his show "if you want to know what I think". I didn't know it was possible to find Carlson any more disgusting, but here we are.
Some made a decision to contact Carlson's advertisers to chide them for advertising during the host's week night program. He later adds that, "The rapist, in this case, has made a lifelong commitment to live and take care of the person, so it is a little different". He once said, "I love women, but they're extremely primitive, they're basic, they're not that hard to understand".
In the recordings Mr Carlson talks to the host, Todd Clem (known as Bubba the Love Sponge), as well as his anonymous co-host, about a range of current affairs.
The Fox News anchor has invited "anyone who disagrees" with his views to come on his show. In addition to calling them "extremely primitive" and claiming that they enjoy being told to "be quiet and kind of do what you're told", he also addressed several famous women specifically. In the tapes, Carlson defends convicted child sexual abuser Warren Jeffs.
In one notable incident, Carlson attacked Brandon Wolf, a survivor of the Pulse nightclub shooting, critiquing his appearance on Joy Reid's show, AM Joy, and calling Wolf a "political hack who will say anything to get his candidates elected". Here's a brief selection from the sampling that media matters is put together so you can see for yourself just how Gross Carlson truly is here.
Zinedine Zidane re-appointed as Real Madrid coach
There is currently no news on where and what the Portuguese will do now and if next season we will see him with a new club. Part of the reason Zidane left in June was that he could only make minor tweaks to the squad rather than drastic changes.
After Carlson's misogynistic comments were unearthed on Sunday, Fox News' second-most popular host released quite the non-apology: "Rather than express the usual ritual contrition, how about this: I'm on television every weeknight live for an hour".
In a separate posting, Media Matters published a conversation between Bubba the Love Sponge and Carlson from 2006, in which the host tells Carlson "I like you. I don't get that". Do you believe what he has said in the past is relevant for today?
The audio from Media Matters swiftly went viral.
CARLSON: Look, just to make it absolutely clear.
Carlson has faced backlash in recent months after he made controversial comments about women and immigrants on his Fox News show, including saying that immigrants coming to the U.S. from impoverished regions make the country "poorer and dirtier". It's unknown if this will change should the backlash against Carlson continue to increase.