The man told Tucker Carlson that “You are the worst person” video has been viewed more than 330,000 times

Video of a man talking Fox News host Tucker Carlson The claim that he is the “worst person” went viral on social media.

22-second clip, shared with Instagram Posted by user @danbaileymt on Friday, showing a man who did not want to be named calmly confronting Carlson in a fishing shop. The Fox News host tried to reason with the man, and eventually left their intense chat.

“I don’t care about men. You are the worst person that mankind knows, and I want you to know that. For this state, for the United States, for everyone else in this world,” the man said. “What have you done to your family, what have you done to other people in this world.”

An Instagram user claimed to be a resident of Montana and claimed that he was the person confronting Carlson in the video.

“You can’t tell people every day that they are the worst people in the world, and they are serious! What a bastard!” He wrote in the post. “This man killed more people with vaccine misinformation. He supported extreme racism. He was a fascist and tore the country more apart than anyone who claimed to be American did.”

Video copy, share with Twitter The Lincoln Plan of the Political Action Committee composed of former and current anti-Donald Trump Republicans At the end of 2019, it has been viewed more than 330,000 times at the time of publication.

In recent months, Carlson has often made headlines because he supported a series of controversial views on the weekend’s Fox News program. Tucker Carlson tonight.

He continues Attack on Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois Earlier this month, after lawmakers called him and his Fox News host Laura Ingraham The “anti-vaxx quacks” followed their fragments to question the safety and effectiveness of the coronavirus vaccine.

Carlson said: “Americans have the right to answer basic questions before taking medicine.” “That is their right. But Durbin and like Dr. Anthony Fauci It is a lie to insist on pretending that anyone with problems is a right-wing theorist. “

After being accused of spreading vaccine misinformation, Carlson told his audience last week that vaccines may have “profound benefits” and insisted that he is not opposed to vaccinations. “It seems that various vaccines seem to reduce the impact of this disease, making it less severe to people,” he said. “They are unlikely to go to the hospital for taking it. It makes perfect sense.”

Fox News host Tucker Carlson discussed “populism and the right” at the National Review Institute Thought Summit held at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, DC on March 29, 2019.
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