Americans across the country are being asked to offer up prayers for the protection of political commentator Tucker Carlson and his family after a mob of radical leftists descended on his personal residence in Washington, D.C. Wednesday evening.
"We will fight! We know where you sleep at night!". They also referred to Carlson as a "racist scumbag" and ordered that he leave town, per Fox News. In a tweet, Smash Racism D.C. said Carlson spreads "fear into our homes" every night and would be reminded "that you are not safe either". Tonight you're reminded that we have a voice.
After the furious mob of about 20 people protested at Tucker's front door, an affiliated Twitter account called "ShutitDownDC" released his home address and that of his brother Buckley Carlson, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity and Neil Patel, with whom Carlson co-founded the Daily Caller.
Carlson told the Washington Post, "It wasn't a protest".
In addition, Fox News issued a statement slamming the protesters - while also making a plea for civility and tolerance.
"I think Tucker is a awful influence on modern America but that doesn't justify harassing him at home", Boot said in a tweet. "Go high, not low".
Carlson did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CNN.
He even suggested in a tweet that the only reason Carlson's home wasn't on fire was because his comrades had practiced "restraint".
In a since-deleted tweet, he said, "I agree that this is probably not tactically sound but if your instinct is to empathize with the fear of the Carlson family rather than with the fear of his victims then you should take a moment to reflect on why that is".
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In his nightly newsletter, CNNs Brian Stelter dedicated a section to the protest titled, "Tucker Carlson does not deserve this".
"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.
"The DC reported the group wrote on Twitter: "Tucker Carlson, you can not hide from the people you hurt with your rhetoric, your lies, and your hate", with the hashtag '#KnockKnockTucker'".
"Get a permit for a protest outside Carlson's office if you want", Stelter wrote.
Carlson and his family are safe. His wife Susan was home alone.
"I don't think I should be threatened in our house".
"How can you go out for dinner and leave the kids at home at this point?"