Tucker Carlson denies ADL accusation that he is a white supremacist and reiterates claim that the Democratic party is ‘trying to replace the current electorate with voters from the Third World’
- The Fox News host sparked anger Thursday by discussing ‘replacement theory’
- He claimed Democrats had a plot to bring in more migrants, to vote for them
- The Anti-Defamation League described his rhetoric as abhorrent
- Carlson on Monday laughed off their labeling of him as a white supremacist
- He insisted Democrats would not be welcoming to Republican-leaning migrants
Tucker Carlson on Monday night doubled down on his claim that Democrats were deliberately ‘importing’ migrants to the United States to make the electorate more likely to vote them into power, laughing off the Anti Defamation League’s labeling of him as a white supremacist.
Carlson sparked anger on Thursday by discussing ‘replacement theory’ – the idea that the electorate was being engineered, via immigration.
‘I know that the left and all the gatekeepers on Twitter become literally hysterical if you use the term ‘replacement’, if you suggest that the Democratic party is trying to replace the current electorate, the voters now casting ballots, with new people, more obedient voters, from the Third World.’
The ADL accused Carlson of ‘open-ended endorsement of white supremacist ideology’.
Yet the Fox News host was unrepentant, devoting 20 minutes of his hour-long show on Monday night to the defense of his views.
Tucker Carlson on Monday night doubled down on his ‘replacement theory’ of elections
‘A nation’s leadership admitting they hope to replace their own citizens? It seems grotesque,’ he said.
But he insisted that Democrats needed arrivals from Central and Latin America to support their policies.
‘Demographic changes are the key to the Democratic Party’s political ambition,’ he said.
‘In order to win and maintain power, Democrats plan to change the population of the country.’
Carlson spoke as large numbers of migrants continue to arrive at the southern border.
Over 171,000 migrants were apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border in March, according to a Washington Post analysis of preliminary data from Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
The figure marks the highest number of migrants taken into custody in a single month since 2006.
In January, the number taken into custody stood at 78,442.
A mother carries her infant into the United States in Roma, Texas, on April 9
Migrants are seen on April 10. March arrivals were at the highest level since 2006
A line of Central American migrants are seen on April 10 waiting for processing by CBP
Migrants are ushered onto a CBP bus in La Joya, Texas, on April 11
Carlson said this was part of a Democrat plot, adding that the Democrats would not be so welcoming if the migrants were Republican voters.
‘If 200,000 immigrants from Poland showed up at our southern border tomorrow, Kamala Harris would not promise them health care? Why? They tend to vote Republican, that’s the difference,’ he said.
‘Democrats would deport those migrants immediately. No more hand-wringing about how we are a nation of immigrants.
‘Hundreds of thousands of likely Republicans massing in Tijuana? That qualifies as a national crisis. At a border wall by Wednesday.’
Carlson claimed that migration had turned California into a Democrat stronghold, saying it was done ‘virtually overnight’.
Carlson said Democrats in California ‘rigged to the game with more people, they packed the electorate.’
‘As your state swelled with foreign voters, your views became irrelevant,’ Carlson said.
‘Your political power, the power to control your own life, disappeared with the arrival of new people who diluted your vote.’