Carr particularly disagrees with the reviews for The Terminal List, which become political as they question certain aspects of the protagonist, James Rees, a Navy SEAL.
“We don’t mention right, left, conservative, liberal, none of that is even mentioned. The Daily Beast in particular, their review was pretty sparse, but they see the American flag and get upset. Or they see someone.” who understands weapons and has a certain mindset and puts responsibility for their actions on those in power, they just lose it a little,” the author said. Fox and Friends.
Carr added that due to the show not actively telling its story, some critics are unhappy that it is not pushing the right agenda with its military-themed storyline.
“There are no ‘awakenings’ or ‘anti-awakenings’, but just because it hasn’t been crammed with these ‘awakenings’, it’s perceived – at least by the critics – as not advancing their agenda, so they’re going to hate it,” he said. he.
Carr had previously responded to the criticism in an interview with Tucker Carlson of Fox News, saying that the show was provoked by the critics. Carr later tweeted about the exchange, highlighting his comments to critics.
“Had some fun with the critics last night on Tucker. Enjoy!” he announced on Twitter.