The conservative propaganda machine is trying to find acts of "antifa violence," to ascribe their own issues with white nationalism and extremism to the left.
"The Daily Show" host mocked the conservative network's anchors with a spoof travel agency ad just for them.
“Claims that it is a ‘hoax’ do not represent my views," one reporter for the conservative network has tweeted in response to Carlson's comments.
Last year, Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" would feature more than 30 paid ads. In his Thursday show, there were only 13. Friday, there were just 11 ads.
Carlson claimed earlier this week that the notion of a white supremacy problem in the U.S. is “a hoax” created by the left and the media.
Fox News regular Mark Steyn picked up where the now-on-holiday Carlson left off — and he couldn't even get Booker's education right.
"It's not right," said the conservative network's former longtime chief political correspondent.
Dell, Long John Silver's, and HelloFresh have joined the more than 20 brands who have stopped advertising with the Fox News show because of the host's rhetoric.
The former U.S. national security adviser had no time for the Fox host.
Carlson said white supremacy is a "hoax" and "not a real problem in America."
Fox News host makes it clear for Carlson: "White nationalism is without question a very serious problem in America."
The CNN host is stunned by the Fox News host's wild claim that white supremacy is a "hoax."
Fox News host says "it’s actually not a real problem in America.”
The HUD secretary, who worked as a neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital, said he worried about sending patients back to "infested" homes.
Robinson declined an invitation to appear on Fox News in no uncertain terms.
The president parroted baseless claims made by tech giant billionaire Peter Thiel, who was featured on the network.
Carlson launched into a new 20-minute attack against Rep. Ilhan Omar, saying she was "enraged" by America. She has called the Fox News host a "racist fool."
The Fox News host lambasted the lawmaker on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Tuesday in what many on social media referred to as a racist rant.