Tucker Carlson Demolishes ‘Journalist’ Calling Him a Racist in Must-See Interview – Opinion

The conversation turned heated during Tucker Carlson’s recent interview hosted by Ben Smith. Smith is a former journalist for The New York Times. Despite the fact that Carlson himself was rather cordial in the beginning, Smith simply couldn’t help but make the conversation all about how the Fox News host is a “white supremacist.”

It was an amazing exchange, in which Carlson simply nuked Smith, and exposed his intellectual laziness.

Smith, who worked at Buzzfeed for many years before moving to The Times, is a total hack. It shows in every word he says during an interview. He’s not asking questions. He’s pushing a narrative while attempting to hide behind the “I’m just a journalist” facade he’s built for himself. Carlson attempts to clearly express his views in an authentic, understandable way while Smith resides on a different planet, obsessing over a media matters clip about “replacement theory.”

But as Carlson notes, touting the bogeyman of “replacement theory” is simply a cheap attempt by the left to pretend they haven’t bragged about abusing the immigration system to ensure they remain in power. We are all old enough to remember “demographics is destiny” during the Obama years. Carlson is not a racist for correctly calling out Democrats for the very plans they’ve admitted to, and the Fox News host repeatedly tells Smith during the interview that he holds no animosity towards anyone based on their race.

Smith didn’t want to hear that, though, and things only got dumber after he brought up mass shooters, which led to Carlson delivering a rhetorical beatdown.

Putting aside that Carlson doesn’t actually espouse “replacement theory,” which is an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that has nothing to do with his past statements, the attempt at a connection to any mass shooter is ridiculous. Smith is using the Buffalo massacre victim as a basis for his claims, while that exact shooter spoke out about his hatred of Fox News in his manifesto. There is zero indication he watched Carlson’s show, and it is lazy, slanderous garbage to suggest there was any inspiration derived from it.

The best part of the exchange was still when Smith attempted to get at Carlson again about race. This was both funny and right on target.

Carlson is spot on. Conservatives in America will be angry at white liberals who think they can save minorities. They push extreme left-wing policies without considering the consequences. It’s not black people that Carlson is worried about. It’s certainly not Hispanics, many of whom are trending Republican these days. Rather, it’s people like Smith who pose the most present ideological danger to the nation, and last I checked, he’s white.

The bottom line is that Carlson is not going to bend the knee to left-wing lunatics who think that crying “white supremacist” is the peak of intellectualism. Smith can continue to gnash his teeth over eight-second Media Matters clips, but Carlson’s influence goes so far beyond that of his critics. He’s winning and they aren’t. This drives them crazy.

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