Outside to the Tucker Carlson’s DC home – Threat Chants Comes from Mob of People
A self-described left-wing Antifa group published videos of a mob outside the Washington, D.C., home of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Wednesday evening, chanting,”Tucker Carlson, we’ll fight. We know where you sleep at night.”
The now-deleted movie was posted on societal media by Smash,
D.C. The same group made headlines in September after activists confronted Sen.Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and his spouse within a restaurant during Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
The team posted on FB that Carlson spREADS
“fear into our homes,” and said it wanted to even the score.
“Each night you remind us that we are not safe. Tonight we remind you that you aren’t safe either,” the group submitted. They also chanted,”Racists–tote, leave town.”
The article was later removed.
Carlson, host of”Tucker Carlson Tonight,” wasn’t home at the time. She called 911 and locked herself into a cabinet, he said.
His brother — that lives nearby — arrived about the same period as legislation law enforcement.
The host said that the activists rang his doorbell, broke his oak door, and one protester was seemingly captured on security mentioning a pipe bomb.
D.C. police didn’t immediately respond to a Fox News email early Thursday.
Carlson stated he was at the Fox News office in Washington focusing on his opening monologue when neighbors texted him about the commotion exactly outside his property. His wife of 22 years old did not contact him because she didn’t want to distract him before he went on are explained.
The group. It was uncertain if there are any arrests will be.
Carlson said the group posted online the home addresses of his brother and his former college roommate, Neil Patel, who uttered the Daily Caller with Carlson.
Carlson said he’s used to being confronted in public and has no interest in playing the part of the victim, but he told his wife, and his four children should not have to be subjected to the aggression while in the home.
“Here’s the issue, I’ve got four kids,”
he said by telephone. “I never thought that to be twice about leaving them home alone, but that is the reaction because this group doesn’t enjoy my TV show.”
Twitter allegedly removed a photograph of Carlson’s home address that was published by the group. Smash Racism DC’s accounts was suspended Thursday.