By Christina Wilkie - 03/01/10 11:32 PM EST
During an appearance last week on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show, Carlson joked that “study after study” has shown that “you can’t survive without sex.”
In his deposition, Gibbons said he hasn’t had sex with anyone since 1995, adding that he’s “living proof that you can survive without sex for that long.”
The panel of Fox panel experts didn’t believe Gibbons, especially Carlson.
The pundit, who recently founded the The Daily Caller, said, “You can’t survive without sex for that long. You die.”
He added, tongue planted firmly in cheek, that if Gibbons is telling the truth, he shouldn’t be running the state.
Juan Williams of National Public Radio laughed while saying Carlson’s scientific claims are not true.
Hannity suggested he enjoyed asking Williams, the oldest member of the panel, about the Gibbons sex scandal, noting that he had taken Williams out of his “comfort zone.”