Tucker Carlson is the biggest star on Fox News Channel.
That’s why the left spends so much time trying to take him down.
But Tucker Carlson got one letter about his future at Fox News that took everyone by surprise.
As Great American Daily reports:
Liberal critics pounded on comments Carlson made on April 8 stating that Democrats supported mass immigration to import millions of new voters to change the composition of the electorate in order to secure permanent political power.
“Now, I know that the left and all the little 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,” Carlson declared. “But they become hysterical because that’s what’s happening actually. Let’s just say it. That’s true.”
Carlson then made it clear this was not about race.
“No, no, this is a voting-right question. I have less political power because they are importing a brand new electorate,” Carlson explained.
The CEO of Anti-Defamation League Jonathan Greenblatt wrote a letter to Fox News demanding they sanction Carlson.
Greenblatt falsely claimed Carlson expressed support for the “white replacement” conspiracy theory.
When Fox News executives did not immediately respond to his smear-filled letter, Greenblatt appeared on CNN and demanded the network fire Carlson.
That drew a response from Fox News CEO Lachlan Murdoch who refused to bow to left-wing cancel culture by pointing out that Carlson expressly made it clear his comments had nothing to do with race.
“Concerning the segment of ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ on April 8th, however, we respectfully disagree,” Murdoch’s letter read. “A full review of the guest interview indicates that Mr. Carlson decried and rejected replacement theory. As Mr. Carlson himself stated during the guest interview: ‘White replacement theory? No, no, this is a voting rights question.'”
For his part, Carlson responded by pointing out that the Anti-Defamation League’s own website published an essay warning that in a “bi-national state” shared by Israelis and Palestinians, the Israelis’ power would be diluted by Palestinian refugees immigrating to Israel and the high birth rate among Palestinians.
The ADL essay read:
A bi-national state, in principle and in practice, would mean the ideological end of the Jewish State of Israel and lead to the forsaking of Jewish nationalism and identity, along with its special status as a refuge for Jews fleeing persecution.
Furthermore, bi-nationalism is unworkable given current realities and historic animosities. With historically high birth rates among the Palestinians, and a possible influx of Palestinian refugees and their descendants now living around the world, Jews would quickly be a minority within a bi-national state, thus likely ending any semblance of equal representation and protections. In this situation, the Jewish population would be increasingly politically – and potentially physically – vulnerable.