In November of 2018, an organized Antifa chapter known as "Smash Racism DC" showed up at the home of Fox News host Tucker Carlson - ringing his doorbell as their violent co-founder, Michael Isaacson - who loves dead cops and called for VP Mike Pence's assassination - led them in chants such as "Tucker Carlson, we will fight! / We know where you sleep at night!"
Later that evening, the group posted "Every night you spread fear into our homes -- fear of the other, fear of us, and fear of them. Tonight you're reminded that we have a voice. Tonight, we remind you that you are not safe either."
The angry mob would return weeks later to further hassle Carlson and his family.
The previous month, Carlson said that he's "not a restaurant guy anymore" because of the constant harassment from the left - including a verbal altercation the Fox News host got into with a man who allegedly called his 19-year-old daughter a "whore" at at a Charlottesville, VA club.
Due to the ongoing threats, the Carlsons packed up and moved to a new house in order to keep his family out of harm's way.
Except now, Carlson claims that the New York Times is about to dox his family by revealing their new address in an upcoming article.
This was his response Monday night:
"As a matter of journalism, there is no conceivable justification for a story like that. The paper is not alleging we’ve done anything wrong, and we haven’t. We pay our taxes. We like our neighbors. We’ve never had a dispute with anyone. So why is The New York Times doing a story on the location of my family’s house? Well, you know why. To hurt us, to injure my wife and kids so that I will shut up and stop disagreeing with them," Carlson said, adding "Editors there know exactly what will happen to my family when it does run. I called them today, and I told them. But they didn’t care. They hate my politics. They want this show off the air. If one of my children gets hurt because of a story they wrote, they won’t consider it collateral damage. They know it’s the whole point of the exercise: To inflict pain on our family, to terrorize us, to control, we say. That’s the kind of people they are."
The Times has denied the allegation, saying in a Monday night statement: "While we do not confirm what may or may publish in future editions, The Times has not and does not plan to expose any residence of Tucker Carlson’s, which Carlson was aware of before tonight’s broadcast."
Smash DC's Isaacson, meanwhile, has an axe to grind after Carlson demolished him on live television in September, 2017:
In addition to airing his violent fantasies across the internet, a January, 2017 undercover video from Project Veritas captured the now-fired Isaacson encouraging his supporters to "throat punch" conservatives.
"Generally speaking, Nazis will only actually attack people if they strongly outnumber them because Nazis are essentially cowards. So if it's three of them and a homeless guy, they're going to beat him up. If it's one of them and like six other people, they're gonna run the f*ck away," he told the Veritas journalist.
And now, if the New York Times does indeed dox Carlson - an unemployed Antifa leader with violent fantasies will know right where to send his angry mob.