Tucker Carlson says Democrats using 'great replacement theory' to ‘replace the electorate’
Tucker Carlson criticized a 'foreign born billionaire' for 'changing our country fundamentally' despite working for foreign-born billionaire Rupert Murdoch's company Fox News.
On Tuesday night's episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight, Carlson focused on immigration, specifically purporting the 'great replacement theory'. Carlson, 53, spread the far-right conspiracy theory and cited an organization that helps unaccompanied immigrant minors avoid deportation as a problem.
"Fox News is reporting tonight that the administration awarded $172 million grant to a George Soros-linked organization which exists 'help young border crossers avoid deportation'", Carlson said.
Many found Carlson's inquiry ironic given his platform, Fox News, is owned by Australian-born billionaire Rupert Murdoch. Although Murdoch sought naturalized citizenship in 1985, he was born and raised in Australia putting him the camp of Carlson's "foreign-born billionaire" category.
Soros is Hungarian-born but also became a naturalized US citizen.
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Murdoch is estimated to be worth $18.5 billion according to Forbes. The 91-year-old founded mass media organizations News Corp and Fox News. Together the two control major publications like the The Times, Wall Street Journal, The Sun, news.com.au, and many more.