Tucker Carlson excoriated famous liberals and a few anti-Trump GOP who called for the harassment, assault and murder of a group of Kentucky high school students who were falsely accused of bigotry against a Native American man, Nathan Phillips, at a pro-life demonstration on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
Based on an out-of-context "staredown" between student Nick Sandmann and Phillips, high-profile liberals across Twitter went on a blitzkrieg of fake news over the weekend - falsely claiming that the Covington High School group harassed Phillips while chanting "build the wall" - which never happened.
Once footage emerged of the entire incident, however, it became clear that the left had gotten it completely wrong; Phillips had approached the teens - many wearing MAGA hats, while a group of Black Israelites considered to be a hate group by the Anti-Defamation League hurled racial insults at the students.
After the truth emerged, famous liberals who were previously frothing at the mouth went on a mad scramble to delete their tweets full of hate, slander and disinformation. The internet never forgets, however, and neither does Tucker Carlson:
MUST WATCH: This @TuckerCarlson monologue calling out famous adults who put the Covington Catholic High School boys in danger, some even fantasizing about assault & murder, is one of the best he’s ever done. pic.twitter.com/xQYGcYyihG— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) January 22, 2019
Tucker and Mark Steyn dunked on National Review epic style pic.twitter.com/9pxa4W2Yo9— Scott Greer (@ScottMGreer) January 22, 2019