From the April 4 edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight:
TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Now, let's pause for a moment, and pretend this is not the 8 P.M. show on Fox News. Let's pretend it's somewhere else on the dial, maybe CNN or MSNBC, or actually, any other cable channel or newspaper in America. If that were true, by definition, we'd have to draw hard and fast conclusions from this tragedy, using the limited fact set available.
We don't really know much at this stage, but sweeping dumb generalizations are what the media do, so we would do that, and of course, we would need a very specific script in order to make those generalizations. So, what do we conclude from what happened yesterday?
Well, first off, the shooter was a woman. She was female, so clearly America has a problem with toxic femininity, and we'd need to address that crisis right away, starting with more university panels shaming an entire gender. Somebody alert the H.R. department to this.