Tucker Carlson returned to his weeknight program on Fox News after taking some time off Monday evening.
Upon his return, he told his viewers the New York Times will be running a story about where he and his family reside in a report this week.
This would be an obviously scary situation for anyone with a family, but to make matters worse Carlson already has experienced his home and being maliciously targeted by protestors.
In 2018, Antifa protestors showed up at Carlson’s Washington, DC home chanting “Tucker Carlson, we will fight. We know where you sleep at night.”
But that’s not all.
The mob also chanted “Racist scum bag, leave town” before turning violent.
Here’s a video of the incident:
A mob has gathered outside Tucker Carlson’s home demanding his family leave DC because he is a "racist scumbag."
"Every night you spread fear into homes — we remind you that you are not safe either"
Tucker has 4 children.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 8, 2018
To make matters worse, Carlson has 4 children and his wife was home alone at the time.
His wife called the police and locked herself in the pantry.
Carlson said during that incident that the protestors rang his doorbell and broke his door.
The Carlson family’s security system also caught a protestor on video mentioning a “pipe bomb”.
The New York Times responded to Carlson’s segment through a spokesperson and said “While we do not confirm what may or may [not] publish in future editions. The Times has not and does not plan to expose any residence of Tucker Carlson’s, which Carlson was aware of before tonight’s broadcast.”
Essentially the Times says Carlson is lying but may have something coming out on Carlson in the coming days which won’t include his residence.
Here’s the clip from last evening:
Statement responding to this from NYT spokesperson: “While we do not confirm what may or may publish in future editions, The Times has not and does not plan to expose any residence of Tucker Carlson’s, which Carlson was aware of before tonight’s broadcast” pic.twitter.com/21pWZVUAPi
— Jeremy Barr (@jeremymbarr) July 21, 2020