Tucker Carlson: Racism Charges 'Won't Work with This Show' — 'We're Not Intimidated'

Tucker Carlson: Racism Charges 'Won't Work with This Show' --- 'We're Not Intimidated'

[Editor’s note: Article updated to include statement from Fox News. See below.] Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson reacted to critics crying foul over his remarks last week claiming some types of immigration made the country “poorer and dirtier and more divided.” Carlson’s comments pertained to how immigration can impact the labor market, environment and culture. In his follow-up remarks on Monday, Carlson vowed not to be intimidated. Partial transcript as follows: CARLSON: We’ve talked a lot on this show about the threat to free speech. It turns out, it’s very real. Here’s one example. Last week, we interviewed a man named Genaro Lopez. Lopez is an elected official in Tijuana, Mexico. He’s exactly the kind of person you’d think a lot of American journalists would want to talk to. For months, the media have demanded that the migrant Caravan from Honduras must be admitted into the United States. Once it gets here, they’ve told us, our country will be greatly improved by its presence. That’s how immigration works. OK. It turns out we can test that hypothesis. That very same Caravan, the one they’ve been telling you about, is now encamped in Tijuana. It’s been there for weeks. Simple

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