Fox News host Tucker Carlson responded Thursday to the far-Left Antifa protesters who surrounded his home on Wednesday night while his wife was inside and chanted, “We know where you sleep at night.”
“I called my wife,” Carlson (pictured above) told The Washington Post.
“She had been in the kitchen alone getting ready to go to dinner and she heard pounding on the front door and screaming … Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door.”
“It wasn’t a protest. It was a threat,” Carlson continued.
“They were threatening me and my family and telling me to leave my own neighborhood in the city that I grew up in.”
A protester with a bullhorn could be heard saying, “We want you to know, we know where you sleep at night,” before the group as a whole chanted, “Tucker Carlson, we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!”
The bullhorn protester also accused Carlson of “promoting hate” with “an ideology that has led to thousands of people dying.”
None of the couple’s four children was at home of the time of the disturbance; Carlson’s wife, Susie, was alone. After hearing the protesters outside, she locked herself in the pantry.
Susie Carlson dialed 911, thinking it was a home invasion.
Police responded swiftly to the scene — and Carlson’s brother, who lives close by, arrived around the same time.
Carlson was preparing for his show at the time of the disturbance.
Carlson, the host of Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” also said that a female protester could be heard on one of his security cameras talking about a pipe bomb.
“How can you go out for dinner and leave the kids at home at this point?” Carlson told The Post.
“If they’re talking about pipe bombs … how do you live like that?”
Smash Racism, D.C., the same group that was behind the protesters that harassed Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and his wife at a restaurant during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s contentious confirmation process, said it was behind the protest at the Carlson residence.
The group’s video of the protest on Twitter has since been deleted — and Twitter suspended the group’s account. A post that has since been removed from Smash Racism, D.C.’s Facebook page read, “Each night you remind us that we are not safe. Tonight, we remind you that you are not safe either.”
The protesters also published Carlson’s home address.
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