Tucker Carlson Briefly Addresses Protests, Harassment of Family: ‘More Good People in This Country Than Bad’


On Monday night, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson took a brief moment at the end of his show to make his first on-camera remarks about the threatening protest that took place outside of his house last Wednesday.

It was Carlson’s first time hosting his show since left-wing demonstrators showed up at his house and intimidated his family while he wasn’t there. This also comes after the recent incident in Virginia in which a man, according to Carlson’s account, made profane comments about the host’s daughter while he was out for dinner with his children.

As Carlson closed out his show and passed the baton to Sean Hannity, the latter offered his sympathies to Carlson and his family.

“Thank you,” Carlson responded. “The good news is there are more good people in this country than bad.”

Watch above, via Fox News.

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