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MUSE SEE: Tucker Carlson Absolutely Destroys Australian Reporter


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Tucker Carlson was invited to give a speech in Australia at the Australia Freedom Conference, and he did not go easy on journalists attending the event.

During the Q&A portion of Carlson’s speech, a reporter told Carlson, “You talked a little bit about immigration and, in the past, you’ve talked about how white Australians, Americans, and Europeans are being replaced by nonwhite immigrants in what is often referred to as the Great Replacement Theory.”

Tucker quickly confronted her question, responding, “Have I said that whites are being replaced? I don’t think I said that.”

The reporter shot back, “Well, it’s been mentioned on your show 4,000 times.”

Tucker then challenged her to cite when he made the remarks, but the reporter was unable to do so.

“I said native-born Americans are being replaced, including blacks, native-born Americans,” added Tucker.

Watch Tucker take down the reporters here:

Check out what Newsweek reported:

Tucker Carlson went to the land Down Under and got verbally entangled with local journalists, drawing rave reviews from conservatives in the United States.

The former top-rated Fox News host who later started his Tucker Carlson Network, a streaming platform, was in Canberra, Australia, on Tuesday to speak and ultimately spar with various media members on various topics, including the “great replacement theory,” Russian President Vladimir Putin and the efficacy of vaccines in a post-COVID world.

Carlson was there as part of the Australia Freedom Conference, described by local media as a multicity, sold-out live tour sponsored by local mining magnate and billionaire Clive Palmer, who has expressed right-wing talking points from the U.S.

In a roughly six-minute video, a female reporter from the Australian Associated Press asked Carlson about the great replacement theory and how he mentioned it on his former Fox News show some “4,000 times,” which Carlson refuted, asking for citations.

“I said native-born Americans are being replaced, including Blacks,” Carlson said. “African Americans have been in the United States in many cases for over 400 years, and their concerns are every bit as real and valid and alive to me as the concerns of white people whose families have been there 400 years.

“I’ve never said that whites are being replaced, not one time, and you can’t cite it. We just met, but when our relationship starts with a lie it makes it tough to be friends,” he said.

Rear Clear Politics provided a transcript og Tucker’s response to the reporter:

REPORTER: You talked a little bit about immigration and, in the past, you’ve talked about how white Australians, Americans, and Europeans are being replaced by nonwhite immigrants in what is often referred to as the Great Replacement Theory. This is the same idea —

TUCKER CARLSON: Have I that whites are being replaced? I don’t think I said that.

REPORTER: Well, it’s been mentioned on your show 4,000 times.

TUCKER CARLSON: Really? When did I say that whites are being replaced?

REPORTER: You have said that before.

TUCKER CARLSON: I would challenge you to cite that because I’m pretty sure I haven’t said that. I said native-born Americans are being replaced, including blacks, native-born Americans. Americans who, like black Americans, have been in the United States for many cases, their families over 400 years. Their concerns are every bit as real and valid and alive to me as the concerns of white people whose families have been there for 400 years. So I’ve never said that whites are being replaced, not one time. And you can’t cite it.

REPORTER: I believe that’s untrue.

TUCKER CARLSON: We just met, but when our relationship starts with a lie, it makes it tough to be friends. You actually can’t cite it because I didn’t say it and I don’t believe it, and I’m telling you that to your face. So why don’t you just accept me at face value? My concern is that the people who are born in the country are the main responsibility of its leaders. And as noted earlier, when those leaders shift their concern from the people whose responsibility it is to take care of to people around the world, to put their priorities above those of their own citizens, that’s immoral. They are being replaced. In my country, people who were born in the United States, and the birth rate tells the whole story. They are not at replacement rate. And so the U.S. population is growing because we’re importing people from other countries.

My view is that happy people have children, and a functioning economy allows them to do that, and we don’t have that. So you need to fix the economy and fix the culture and make it so that people who want to have kids can. You don’t just go for the quick sugar fix of importing new people. That’s my position. If you think that’s racist, that’s your problem.

REPORTER: I never called you a racist.

TUCKER CARLSON: But of course, you are suggesting it. I must say one of the reasons why people don’t like people like you in the media is that you never say exactly what you mean. Your slurs are all by implication. You’re about to tell me the Great Replacement Theory is racist or anti-Semitic, whatever. I’ve said what I’ve said to you right now like 100 times in public. I hope to, if I live long enough, to say it 100 more times. I think it’s completely honest and real, not racist or scary. It’s factually true. It’s not a theory; it’s a fact. The whole point of your question was to be like, “You’re a scary racist.” And my response is, “No, I’m not.” How about no more lying in your questions, and then I’ll answer them.



 

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