TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Howard Stern, by any measure, is one of the great radio hosts of all-time. He has made a huge amount of money for doing what he does, but there's a reason for it: He was incredibly brave. Vulgar, yes, but truly talented, but above all, courageous. Stern defended free speech, he was fired for it repeatedly, he used his platform to fight government censorship, to give the finger to the man. There was a lot that was impressive about Howard Stern for sure, and that briefly allowed him to be creative, but not anymore. Maybe it was the coronavirus that broke him, maybe it was just hormonal changes in middle age. He's now a coward and his broadcast is about cowardice, amplifying his fears about corona over the air and attacking -- more precisely, attacking anybody else who has decided to live life as a free person.