Protesters target home of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson

Blanche Robertson
November 10, 2018

One demonstrator is heard in the video threatening: "Tucker Carlson, we are outside your home to protest ... fascism and racism". Carlson's wife Susan Andrews, who was home alone at the time, said she believed that she was experiencing a "home invasion" when the demonstrators banged on her door. Ted Cruz out of a Washington restaurant over his support of Brett Kavanaugh. "But don't chant "we know where you sleep at night" outside his home".

The size of the group is unclear.

His wife was alone in the house and was forced to lock herself in a pantry while waiting for the police to arrive as she feared some protesters were attempting to break in.

"In his justification of the thugs" tactics, Yglesias cited Carlson's "victims' as if he was referring to Charles Manson or the Son of Sam rather than a cable news show host", the conservative website wrote Thursday.

Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade said Friday, based on no evidence, that he just "senses" that the protesters outside of fellow host Tucker Carlson's house Wednesday evening were being paid. "It was a threat", said Carlson, who is often denounced by critics, particularly liberal critics, for inflammatory rhetoric about immigrants and minorities on his Fox News show.

"They weren't protesting anything", Carlson said of the crowd.

The group, Smash Racism D.C., has been described as a local anti-fascist organization.

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

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Vox did not respond to the Daily Caller's request for comment.

Protesters thronged Tucker Carlson's Washington, DC, family home on Wednesday night chanting insults and threats while demanding he move from the city.

Carlson was at his Fox News office across town, preparing for his 8 p.m. talk show, when the disturbance occurred.

Carlson was not home at the time.

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

Various public figures, including Megyn Kelly, said things like this need to stop. The Facebook video was also taken down, but the page is still up. We as a nation have become far too intolerant of different points of view.

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

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