Protesters Target Tucker Carlson's Home

Lester Mason
November 10, 2018

According to police reports, she claims that someone started throwing himself against the front door, nearly cracking it.

But it wasnt a home invasion. It was a protest.

"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.

After far-left protesters harassed Fox News host Tucker Carlson's family in an incident now being investigated as a potential hate crime, a writer defended the intimidation - and then ate his words. "We know where you sleep at night!" Susan called the police and stayed inside until they arrived.

Lt. Jon Pongratz of the Metropolitan Police Department said that about 20 people had formed a mob at Carlson's home.

A San Francisco Chronicle reported a woman was also overheard in one of the deleted videos saying she wanted to "bring a pipe bomb" to his house.

"It wasnt a protest". "I can't have my kids stay at home alone now", Carlson said.

"I never thought twice about leaving them home alone, but this is the reaction because this group doesn't like my TV show". They werent asking me to change anything.

However, after this recent attack, Isaacson came out on Twitter to support the violent actions of Smash Racism D.C. "Tonight, we remind you that you are not safe either", the group wrote.

"Each night you remind us that we are not safe".

Apparently, Smash Racism D.C. had been planning this attack a few weeks in advance. "Confront them at their homes!"

A YouTube video of the event that originated on the now-suspended Twitter page Smash Racism DC is poorly lit, but a lead protester calls Carlson a racist and a fascist before breaking into threatening chants. Obviously don't do this, but also, take no pleasure in it happening.

There were no arrests, but police confiscated several signs.

Carlson said he was at the Fox News bureau in Washington working on his opening monologue when neighbors texted him about the commotion outside his home.

Various public figures, including Megyn Kelly, said things like this need to stop. His family does not deserve this. Commentator Brit Hume called the protest "revolting, and frightening".

Carlson was preparing for his show at the time of the disturbance.

Mr Carlson told the Washington Post he started receiving several texts about some sort of commotion happening outside his house so made a decision to call his wife.

"I think Tucker is a awful influence on modern America but that doesnt justify harassing him at home", Boot tweeted. "Go high, not low", CNN commentator Max Boot tweeted.

"You can't hide from those you hurt, Tucker", they added. Get a permit for a protest outside Carlsons office if you want.

"I don't feel threatened, but having someone scream 'Fuck you!' at a restaurant, it just wrecks your meal", he said on a National Review podcast.

Now, Carlson is anxious about leaving his family alone at home.

'There is now an open criminal investigation regarding this matter, ' the statement concluded. "It was a threat", Carlson continued.

"I dont think I should be threatened in our house", he said.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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