Tucker’s perfect response after raging protesters burn Old Glory and his picture outside Fox headquarters

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A small band of left-wing Black Lives Matter extremists showed up outside Fox News’ headquarters in New York City on Thursday to verbally abuse the network’s staff with the exact same sort of extreme rhetoric frequently heard at MSNBC.

Video footage of the “protest” recorded by journalist Elad Eliahu showed the extremists burning the American flag, burning a photo of network host Tucker Carlson, shouting out threats of violence and also spewing anti-Semitic rhetoric.

Watch below as an extremist lights a smoke signal and then threatens to “bring real smoke” if Fox News doesn’t comply with his demands.

“Stop doxxing and villainizing us before we bring real smoke,” he says.

It sounded as if he was angry that Fox News has been willing to conduct honest, in-depth reporting on Black Lives Matter and its violent behavior, its Marxist roots and its appalling hypocrisy.

Now watch below as the same extremist accuses Fox News of being a variety of things, including “Zionists”:

“You’re not here for us. You’re full of lies. You’re all racist, you’re Nazis, you’re Zionists, you’re KKK, Proud Boys and probably a bunch of police officers,” he says.

Zionist is a term often used as a pejorative by those harboring anti-Semitic sentiment.

“The word’s meaning, as far as I can tell, is anyone with a Jewish connection who advocates a position that the critic imagines might be to Israel’s benefit. It is always bad,” Jewish columnist David Aaronovitch wrote in 2012 for The Jewish Chronicle.

“‘Zionist’ is used to mean, in effect, a Jewish racist who subordinates conscience to the interests of the second homeland,” he added.

As for the rest of the extremist’s allegations, they sounded exactly like the sort of extreme rhetoric frequently heard at MSNBC.

Just this week, host Joy Reid and her guests accused elected congressional Republicans and conservative commentators like Tucker Carlson of being part of a “white nationalist insurgency” that’s rooted in a “white nationalist belief system” and is murdering people.

Three months ago, Reid and her guests likewise claimed that the GOP is a bigger threat to the United States than “Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, the Taliban” combined.

And it was only two years ago that an MSNBC contributor claimed that then-President Donald Trump’s decision to fly the American flag at half-mast in honor of the El Paso and Dayton mass shootings was a white supremacist dog whistle secretly evoking Adolf Hitler.

The last video recorded by Eliahu shows the extremists burning both an American flag and a photo of Carlson.

Watch:

In a response issued Thursday afternoon to another journalist, Julio Rosas, Carlson said he’s “proud to be burned with the flag.”

Look:

He likely said that because the American flag stands for something: freedom, equality, due process and exceptionalism.

The extremists, on the other hand, seem to stand for the exact opposite. They threatened Fox News for conducting honest reporting (anti-freedom), they have something against Jewish people (anti-equality), they don’t seem to care for the law (anti-due process) and they dress like bums (anti-exceptional).

Responding to Eliahu’s reporting, many also guessed that the extremists have no jobs.

Carlson, on the other hand, does have a job — a very high-paying one too thanks to his equally high ratings.

Vivek Saxena

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