Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Mob threatens Fox News' Tucker Carlson

Mob threatens Fox News' Tucker Carlson

"We want you to know, we know where you sleep at night", the person concluded, before leading the group to chant, "Tucker Carlson, we will fight!"

Carlson said he is used to being confronted in public and has no interest in playing the role of victim, but he said his wife and his four children should not have to be exposed to the aggression while at home. Ted Cruz of Texas were all either refused service or berated by protesters in area restaurants. It shared Carlson's home address and a video of the scene before its Twitter account was suspended early Thursday (you can see video here).

The Antifa local group branded Mr Carlson a "racist s***bag" urging the Fox News host to leave his home.

The size of the group is unclear. She called the police and locked herself into a pantry, he said.

Pray for Tucker Carlson and his family!

The host said activists rang his doorbell, broke his oak door and one protester was apparently caught on security video mentioning a pipe bomb. "I can't have my kids stay at home alone now", Carlson said.

Business Insider previously reported Carlson's saying he was regularly heckled in Washington restaurants.

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"The incident that took place at Tucker's home last night was reprehensible", a joint statement from Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott and President Jay Wallace read.

Carlson said that the aftermath of the controversy had actually been "very nice and affirming" and reminded him of how decent Americans were as people.

In an interview with Fox News' Brian Kilmeade, Carlson, who on his show often exposes globalist George Soros and his shadowy dealings, said the mob was an attempt to intimidate him. Carlson told The Post.

"I've characterized the Antifa people and people like them as protesters but they're not".

"I think Tucker is a awful influence on modern America but that doesn't justify harassing him at home", Boot said in a tweet.

Media figures across the political spectrum condemned the protest.

NBC on-air personality Megyn Kelly, formerly a leading Fox News personality, tweeted: "This has to stop". Obviously don't do this, but also, take no pleasure in it happening.

Yglesias initially responded to Slate writer Will Saletan, who had criticized the group's actions by writing on Twitter, "One way to become the fascists is to think you can do anything in the name of anti-fascism".

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