TUCKER Carlson accused Democrats of using “virtually every tragedy” to make “broad generalizations” after Friday’s US Capitol attack.
Carlson made the comments while discussing the DC attack, which left one Capitol Police officer dead and another injured, during his Fox News show.
“I think one of the worst habits this country is falling into, the media and the Democratic party, is in the aftermath of virtually every tragedy, you see people go on television … and make broad generalizations attacking this and that racial group or political group,” the host said.
He went on to claim that was not happening with Friday’s DC tragedy because the attacker has been identified as Noah Green, a black man who was shot dead by police after allegedly ramming a car into the two officers.
“You’re not seeing that happen today, for obvious reasons,” Carlson said.
“And I, personally, am really glad about that because I hate it always.”
The host went onto suggest that the way this news event is being covered suggests a “deep corruption” among “the people who are supposed to be making sense of the moment for us.”
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