Tucker Carlson Goes on the Warpath at CNN Questions About Antifa's Attack on His Home


Few things in this world are worse than trying to justify vandalism and terror with political and ideological reasons.

One thing that is definitely worse? Trying to defend, in any way, shape or form, those vandals and terrorists. And yes, I’m very much referring to the masked leftist mob that likes to identify as “antifa.”

When reports surfaced that liberal hoodlums had been brazen enough to harass Tucker Carlson’s family at his house, the media reaction should’ve been simple.

As The Daily Caller’s Benny Johnson put it so aptly:

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Those actions should’ve been condemned by every American, no matter where their personal and ideological beliefs stand in comparison to Carlson.

It is never okay to harass someone in their own home. It’s even worse when that person has a family and young children. It’s despicable, cowardly and words can’t even properly begin to describe how wrong and terrible those types of actions are.

See how easy that condemnation was? It’s a virtual no-brainer. Leave it to CNN to bungle something as simple as this.

“Tucker Carlson claimed his door was ‘cracked’ by Antifa protesters. The police saw no sign of that,” a CNN article written by “Reliable Sources” host Brian Stelter was titled. Stelter was promoting a common, leftist narrative that completely misses the point which arose after antifa attacked Carlson’s house.

Who cares if Carlson’s door was actually damaged or not? If Carlson was wrong, it could’ve been a slip of the tongue while he feared for the safety of his family.

What’s indisputable is that the attack took place.

As the above Twitter video clearly shows, damaged door or not, unhinged leftists still very clearly were present at Carlson’s house and harassing his family. And the CNN article itself states: “Someone spray-painted an anarchy symbol on the driveway.”

That’s an attack of vandalism, and it’s clearly threatening.

Worse yet, Stelter even admitted that, despite the lack of police confirmation, “it is still possible that the door was cracked.”

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Carlson was justifiably livid with CNN’s dumb angle on the ordeal. When asked for comment by CNN on the story, Carlson unloaded into them.

“CNN has repeatedly defended Antifa, and you are doing it again now,” Carlson said in a statement provided by Fox News.

The Fox News host further slammed CNN and said they should be “ashamed.”

“Your story is a disgusting attempt to minimize an attack on my family and bring more pain to my wife and four children. I’m not playing along,” Carson wrote.

“I hope you’re ashamed of yourself. You should be.”

It’s certainly a heated response, but if anyone deserves it, it’s CNN.

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Bryan Chai has written news and sports for The Western Journal for more than five years and has produced more than 1,300 stories. He specializes in the NBA and NFL as well as politics.
Bryan Chai has written news and sports for The Western Journal for more than five years and has produced more than 1,300 stories. He specializes in the NBA and NFL as well as politics. He graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. He is an avid fan of sports, video games, politics and debate.
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