Tucker Carlson Just Claimed White Supremacy Is a 'Hoax' and People Are Clapping Back With the Same On Point Response

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After a shooter in El Paso, Texas cited a "Hispanic invasion" as his motive for killing 22 people on Saturday, far-Right Fox News host Tucker Carlson downplayed the rise of white supremacy in the United States.

Carlson, who routinely claims that diversity isn't a strength, dismissed white supremacy as a "hoax," falsely claiming to Fox viewers that it's "actually not a real problem in America."

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Carlson said:

"This is a hoax. Just like the Russia hoax. It's a conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power. That's exactly what's going on."

The Anti Defamation League found that murders motivated by white supremacy more than doubled in President Donald Trump's first year of office. FBI Director Christopher Wray warned that most domestic terror arrests were related to white supremacy.

Carlson's denial of white supremacy's existence is itself an extension of white supremacy, and people across the internet are calling him out for it.

Carlson routinely perpetuates white supremacy on his show, especially against immigrants. In addition to claiming that immigration makes the United States "poorer and dirtier," Carlson has referred to Latinx immigration as an "invasion"—the exact word used by the shooter in El Paso.

The internet was quick to fact check Carlson.

Hate crimes across the nation continue to rise.

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