MSNBC's Jason Johnson: Tucker Carlson 'Basically Supports Terrorism'Chris Menahan
Aug. 09, 2019
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MSNBC regular Jason Johnson told Chris Hayes on Thursday night that Fox News host Tucker Carlson "basically supports terrorism" because he uses "white nationalist rhetoric."
"I see Tucker Carlson as a guy who has repeatedly failed in television. Who has been basically given media welfare, a primetime spot and he is still being promoted not because he is good at his job, but because he promotes a certain kind of bigotry that other people can't say as eloquently," Johnson said. "What do we do with that as a society? Do we constantly call him out for it or pretend he is actually just an entertainer?"Incidentally, while Johnson insists Tucker's "rhetoric" basically amounts to terrorism, just last year he justified antifa using violence against police. Johnson also declared that Trump "is a terrorist sympathizer" and "an enemy to non-white people in America."
MSNBC regular Elie Mystal also on Chris Hayes' show Thursday night called for "pitch forks and torches" outside the house of one of Trump's donors' houses.
Does MSNBC's rhetoric amount to "basically supporting terrorism"?
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