Trump’s own FBI Director says otherwise. Oh, but that must mean he is a part of the deep state too 🙄🙄🙄— Leigh 🌊🌸🐱🇺🇸 (@goddess0776) August 7, 2019
White supremacy isn't a hoax it's a Carlson.— N.D.Pendent (@NPendent) August 7, 2019
The White Supremacy Network telling people that white supremacy is just a "hoax".— Bruno Amato (@BrunoAmato_1) August 7, 2019
If Carlson doesn’t think White Supremacists in America is a problem, maybe it’s because he’s one of them.— CJ (@Spacegirl56) August 7, 2019
Not surprised that he thinks this, but I am surprised that— Andrew Michael Pincock (@droo46) August 7, 2019
1. He will not get fired for it.
2. People in America actually agree with him.
"Tucker Carlson is literally our greatest ally." — Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin, The Daily Stormer.— Jimmy wright (@jimmywright2015) August 7, 2019
In the presidency of Trump, it's the most important problem of our Country— Savannah Anderson (@SavaAnderson94) August 7, 2019
I have something to tell Tucker Carlson. My parents were white supremacists. Their hate was not a hoax. They wanted what’s happening now. I ran from everything they believed. But their vile beliefs were real. Dangerous. And shared by too many. We can’t pretend otherwise.— Bryce Tache 🇺🇸 (@brycetache) August 7, 2019
Anyone else catch the part where he accidentally told his viewers that despite Trump’s claims to the contrary (and his viewers’ firm belief in said claims), their financial situation has NOT improved under Trump?— Tiff’s Tweets (@tiffanyclay) August 7, 2019
“The average American is getting poorer”
I noticed that too. I guess he let the truth slip out in his crazed defense of his ideology.
I love how he contradicts one of their major talking points of "greatest economy ever" with "the average person is getting poorer" in his argument. Which is it Tucker? Come on, it's long past time to step down @TuckerCarlson. You're done.— Kevin McDaniel (@KLMcDaniel68) August 7, 2019
Side note: if the US is having it's best economy ever in history, then why did Tucker say the country is getting poorer? ❌— Nicole Hiles (@coleyhiles1) August 7, 2019
One of the things he mentioned was that you could fit the combined membership of all the white supremacist organizations into a college football stadium. The first thing that came to mind when I heard that was “you mean like a Trump Rally?” But despite what Trump wants you to think, his rallies were never that big.
Anyway I looked it up and several college stadiums hold over 100,000 people. That’s actually quite a lot, considering the active membership of the KKK for example is only about 3k people, and they are still doing serious damage to rot the minds of people in this country. Also, high estimates of ISIS members was only 30,000 people. It’s not so much the number of actual members in a hate group, but that the hate that they spread runs far and wide; well beyond an official membership count.
Tucker Carlson and many of his colleagues on Fox News are prime example of spreading hate through the media. I previously discussed how Tucker and others at Fox like Laura Ingraham had called to end not just illegal, but legal migration all together, in a 3 Part editorial I did on immigration last year. President Trump and his supporters feed on this hate everyday, and often try to project it on the people they consider their political enemies.
Fixed it for you. pic.twitter.com/KFfrfOFbho— DamonMPA (@DamonMPA) August 7, 2019