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World Tucker Carlson Questions Don Lemon's 'Blackface Cookie Jar' in His Kitchen

15:11  22 june  2021
15:11  22 june  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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Tucker Carlson criticized Don Lemon for having what he referred to as a "white supremacist, QAnon" cookie jar at his home, while also attacking the CNN host for portraying himself as a "successful victim."

Tucker Carlson, Don Lemon are posing for a picture: Tucker Carlson has criticized Don Lemon for having a © Michael S. Schwartz L Getty Images for CNN/Getty Images Tucker Carlson has criticized Don Lemon for having a "white supremacist, QAnon blackface cookie jar" at his home.

During a segment of his Fox News show, Carlson showed a picture of Lemon sitting outside his home and told viewers the area of New York he lives in on Monday night.

Carlson began by questioning how "oppressed" Lemon actually is and where he stands on the "victim scale" compared with other Black public figures such as Meghan Markle and Michelle Obama.

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"Well, we did a little digging and here are the details. Don Lemon lives in a $4.3 million home in Sag Harbor, New York. No, he does not live in section eight housing. He lives in one of the whitest towns in America. In fact, 80 percent Sag Harbor is just 3 percent African American."

Carlson then accuses Lemon of running "away from diversity," despite calling for representation.

"His reality is that he doesn't like diversity at all. None of them do," Carlson said.

Carlson then replays old footage from inside the CNN's host's home—taken from a live New Year's Eve broadcast on the news network—while pointing out what he calls "the most troubling discovery" about Lemon.

The clip shows Lemon standing in his kitchen with a cookie jar designed to resemble a Black male caricature behind him.

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"You have heard from the White House for the President himself that white supremacy is a lurking threat, you might not always see it, but it's always there.

"Like Russian spies, white supremacists come in the dark of night, in the most surprising form, they're shapeshifters," Carlson said.

"But you have to ask yourself... What is this? This symbol of hate, posing as a cookie jar, doing in Don Lemon's kitchen? Do you see that? That right there, ladies and gentlemen, is a white supremacist QAnon cookie jar."

Carlson doesn't explain how the cookie jar is connected to the QAnon conspiracy theory, which believes there exists a secret, elite satanic pedophile ring that Donald Trump will one day expose.

Bizarrely, Carlson goes on to state that Fox News won't be "calling for the Department of Justice" to look further into Lemon's household item.

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"That's not our place, we're cable news show, not a law enforcement agency. But let's just put it this way. If you find yourself with a black face cookie jar in your own kitchen, it's time to reflect."

Carlson also doesn't explain why the cookie jar in Lemon's home would be a matter for the police.

CNN has been contacted for comment about the attack on Lemon.

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