Tucker Carlson Insists ‘I Like Immigrants’ But Indeed.com Will No Longer Advertise on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’

Nice try.

Tucker Carlson, conservative host of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, is feeling the backlash as advertisers pull from his show in the wake of his claim that migrants makes our country “dirtier.”

During a segment in which he argued that allowing unskilled immigrants into the U.S. is bad for the economy, Carlson said “[…]our leaders demand that you shut up and accept it. We have a moral obligation to admit the world’s poor, they tell us, even if it makes our own country poorer and dirtier and more divided.”

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Advertisers began to listen. On Friday morning, Pacific Life tweeted the following:

Carlson heeded the warning.

By that night, he was attempting to walk back the comments, saying:

“I like immigration. I like immigrants. I give every person in the caravan the benefit of the doubt. I think most really do want to come here for a better life.”

But it doesn’t look like it was enough. On Monday, the job search program Indeed announced it was not advertising with Carlson.

Twitter users weren’t buying Carlson’s clarification either.

It didn’t stop Twitter’s calls for advertisers to cease their partnerships with Carlson either.

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