Tom Woods’ Discussing The Attack on Tucker Carlson’s Home

Tom Woods’ Discussing The Attack on Tucker Carlson’s Home By  – Lew Rockwell

Well, this is nice.

Apparently a left-wing mob showed up at the home of FOX News personality Tucker Carlson the other night while he was still at the FOX studio.

After receiving text messages about a commotion outside his home, Carlson called his wife.

“She had been in the kitchen alone getting ready to go to dinner,” Carlson recalled, “and she heard pounding on the front door and screaming…. Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door.”

People were chanting “racist scumbag, leave town!” and “Tucker Carlson, we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!”

In a since-deleted video, a woman can be overheard talking about bringing a pipe bomb to Carlson’s house.

The group’s Twitter account, “Smash Racism DC,” has since been suspended by Twitter. It had told Carlson that in the same way that his television program makes them feel unsafe, their presence outside his house was intended to convey to him that he was not safe, either.

Given Carlson’s downright heroic stances on Syria and Iran, in which he has been a lonely voice on the right, I couldn’t help posting the following on Twitter:

Someone responded:

So according to this non-hysterical person, Tucker “is literally trying to stoke a race war.” Oh, and “lol.”

Now what, pray tell, would be the evidence for this? We obviously know, as soon as we read this, that it’s the usual left-wing hysteria. But is it based on anything at all?

Well, our friend linked us to an article she found called “FOX News Host Suggests Race War in America Could Be Coming After Brett Kavanaugh Hearing.”

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