The left has been after Fox News host Tucker Carlson for a long time. However, he has one important message for those wishing for him to be fired.
The Anti-Defamation League is calling for Carlson’s ouster based on false claims that he espouses a controversial theory, the Daily Caller reported. Carlson called them liars and used strong language to dispute the claims.
Carlson appeared on The Megyn Kelly Show” Friday where the host asked Carlson about recent allegations that he called President Joe Biden’s lax immigration policy “the Great Replacement” theory on his own show Wednesday. The theory equates worries about large-scale immigration with white supremacy.
“F— them,” Carlson said to the ADL for this accusation. “What liars. The ‘Great Replacement’ theory is in fact not a theory, it’s something that Democrats brag about constantly, up to and including the president,” Carlson shot back.
On his own “Tucker Carlson Tonight” program Wednesday, Carlson spoke about the reason for Biden and the Democrats to push for unchecked illegal immigration. “An unrelenting stream of immigration. But why?” Carlson said.
“Well, Joe Biden just said it, to change the racial mix of the country. That’s the reason, to reduce the political power of people whose ancestors lived here, and dramatically increase the proportion of Americans newly arrived from the third world,” Carlson charged.
“And then Biden went further,” the Fox News host continued. “He said that non-white DNA is the quote, ‘the source of our strength.’ Imagine saying that,” Carlson said.
“This is the language of eugenics, it’s horrifying. And there’s a reason Biden said it,” Carlson said. “In political terms, this policy is called ‘the Great Replacement,’ the replacement of legacy Americans with more obedient people from far-away countries,” he noted.
The ADL is after Carlson under false pretenses. While it’s wrong to object to immigration based on race of the people entering, what Carlson is saying is that these are ideological and cultural differences that are significant — and that the administration seems to be intentionally encouraging it.