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The Anti-Defamation League on Friday morning called for Fox News to fire Tucker Carlson after the TV talker offered up a passionate defense of the racist “” conspiracy theory the night prior.
The theory is a “white supremacist tenet that the white race is in danger by a rising tide of non-white,” ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt tweeted on Friday morning, noting that the concept has also served as motivation for several high-profile mass murders.
“It is antisemitic, racist and toxic. It has informed the ideology of mass shooters in El Paso, Christchurch and Pittsburgh,” the ADL leader wrote. “Tucker must go.”
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.: “replacement theory” is a white supremacist tenet that the white race is in danger by a rising tide of non-whites.
It is antisemitic, racist and toxic. It has informed the ideology of mass shooters in El Paso, Christchurch and Pittsburgh.
Tucker must go.— Jonathan Greenblatt (@JGreenblattADL)
During a Thursday evening guest appearance on Fox News Primetime, ostensibly to promote his new daytime show on streaming service Fox Nation, Carlson inevitably began to talk about one of his favorite topics: immigration.
Speaking with guest-host Mark Steyn, who has previously, Carlson rallied to the defense of those who believe the white race is under threat of being replaced and eradicated by immigrants and minorities.
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“Now, I know that the left and all the little gatekeepers on Twitter become literally hysterical if you use the term ‘replacement,’ if you suggest that the Democratic Party is trying to replace the current electorate, the voters now casting ballots, with new people, more obedient voters from the Third World,” the Fox News star declared. “But they become hysterical because that’s what’ happening actually. Let’s just say it. That’s true.”
Adding that you “dilute the political power of the people” in one country if “you change the population,” Carlson went on to say he would become “disenfranchised as a current voter” every time “they import a new voter.” After complaining that “everyone wants to make a racial issue out of it,” the Fox host proceeded to once again defend “white replacement theory.”
“No, no, this is a voting-right question. I have less political power because they are importing a brand new electorate,” he exclaimed. “Why should I sit back and take that? The power that I have as an American guaranteed at birth is one man, one vote, and they are diluting it. No, they are not allowed to do it. Why are we putting up with this?”
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(A Fox News spokesperson insisted to The Daily Beast that Carlson was somehow actually “dismissing white replacement theory,” pointing to the host’s comments where he called it a “voting-rights question.”)
As Greenblatt noted, this exact theory—that a shadowy elite are deliberately eradicating the white vote—was the inspiration behind some of the most gruesome and deadly mass shootings of the past few years.
The racist killers behind theand , for instance, both left behind manifestos in which they wrote at length about the theory. The shooter responsible for murdering 11 Jewish worshippers at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh openly were bringing Central American migrants (“invaders,” ) to the United States in order to “kill our people,” the white race.
The ADL’s call for Carlson’s ouster is nothing new for the Fox News host, who has long drawn condemnation and courted controversy for racist and xenophobic commentary. His programafter he declared in late 2018 that immigrants make the United States “poorer and dirtier.”
Carlson also sparked widespread backlash andfor just three days after the El Paso shooter killed 22 people over fears of a “Hispanic invasion”; and for that the Black Lives Matter “mob” will “come for you.”
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