Tucker Carlson brutally destroyed a left-wing reporter in a response that she never saw coming

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Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson is well-known for his biting humor and witty comebacks.

It seems like anyone who challenges Carlson would be prepared for his responses.

And Tucker Carlson brutally destroyed a left-wing reporter in a response that she never saw coming.

A left-wing reporter tried to claim that Tucker Carlson was a racist and even blamed him for mass shootings. 

Tucker Carlson was having none of it

Carlson gave a speech recently at a sold-out Australian Freedom Conference event in Canberra, Australia.

Carlson’s poignant remarks angered elements of Australia’s corporate-controlled media.

Carslon spoke out against destructive multinational pharmaceutical conglomerates, woke corporations, and dishonest journalists.

He also talked about the obligation of governments to prioritize their own citizens over foreign nationals.

Following his speech, Carlson fielded some questions, including from a pair of antagonistic reporters. 

But despite their best efforts, neither reporter was able to deliver a solid punch.

Kat Wong, a reporter with the Australian Associated Press, launched her attack by saying “so, you talked a little bit about immigration, and, in the past, you’ve talked about how white Australians, Americans, Europeans, are being replaced by non-white immigrants in what is often referred to as the Great Replacement Theory.”

Carlson interrupted her and asked “have I said that whites are being replaced? I don’t think I said that.”

“Well,” responded the leftist reporter. “It’s been mentioned on your show 4,000 times.”

No one is quite sure where Wong came up with the 4,000 number.

“Really? When did I say that?” Carlson asked. “I said ‘Whites are being replaced?'”

When Wong continued to insist Carlson had discussed replacement in racial terms, he boldly challenged her understanding of the facts and asked her for a single citation as proof of her comment. 

Carlson tried to explain his views on the matter to her.

“If you think that’s racist, that’s your problem.”

“I said, ‘Native-born Americans are being replaced, including blacks,'” Carlson said. “Native-born Americans, like black Americans, have been — African-Americans have been in the United States for, in many cases, their families, over 400 years. And their concerns are every bit as real and valid and alive to me as the concerns of white people whose families have been there 400 years. So, I’ve never said that whites are being replaced.”

After pointing out that Wong had started things off on the wrong foot with a lie, Carlson elaborated further.

“My concern is that the people who are born in the country are the main responsibility of its leaders. And as noted earlier, when those leaders shift their concern from the people whose responsibility it is to take care of, to people around the world — to put their priorities above that of their own citizens, that’s immoral. And they are being replaced in my country, people who were born in the United States and the birth rate tells the whole story. They are not at replacement rate.”

“So the U.S. population is growing because we’re importing people from other countries. My view is that happy people have children. And a functioning economy allows them to do that. We don’t have that. So, you need to fix the economy and fix the culture, and make it so that people who want to have kids can. You don’t just go for the quick sugar fix of importing new people. And if you think that’s racist, that’s your problem.”

Wong claimed she was not attempting to call Carlson a racist, but then proceeded to do just that and blamed him for mass shootings.

“This is the same theory or, as you say, idea, that’s inspired the New York, Buffalo, shooting,” she said.

“Come on,” Carlson said. “How do they get people this stupid in the media? I guess it doesn’t pay well. I don’t mean to call you stupid — maybe you’re just pretending to be.”

Wong attempted one last punch by asking Carlson whether he felt responsible for the hate crimes supposedly inspired by his outlook. 

Carlson simply responded that journalists in Australia, like in the United States, are “castrated robots reading questions from the boss.”

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.