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Tucker Carlson targeted for harassment by left-wing group that went after Ted Cruz and his wife BREAKING: Antifa Group Shows Up At Tucker Carlson's House, Tells Him He's 'Not Safe' (VIDEO)
Deanna Wagner | 10 November, 2018, 18:52

"We want you to know, we know where you sleep at night", this person said before beginning the chant: "Tucker Carlson, we will fight!"

Carlson's wife, Susie, was home alone at the time.

A mob of Antifa activists, known as Smash Racism DC, showed at the home of Fox News' Tucker Carlson. Twitter has suspended the anti-fascist group that promoted the protest and tweeted Carlson's address. "But don't chant "we know where you sleep at night" outside his home".

Another video included "Racist scumbag, leave town!"

The size of the group is unclear.

She locked herself in a safe area and called 911.

Carlson lamented the fact that other people didn't have the same protection that he did as a Fox News host.

He said: "Here's the problem, I have four children".

"I think the idea behind terrorizing his family, like it or not as a strategy, is to make them feel some of the fear that the victims of MAGA-inspired violence feel thanks to the non-stop racial incitement coming from Tucker, Trump, etc".

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Smash Racism DC, the group that first posted the video on Twitter, claimed responsibility for chasing Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and his wife, Heidi, at a Washington restaurant over the senator's involvement in Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's controversial confirmation hearings.

Business Insider previously reported Carlson's saying he was regularly heckled in Washington restaurants.

The hosts address, as well as the addresses of his brother and good friend Neil Patel, with whom he co-founded the conservative media site the Daily Caller, were shared in tweets from Smash Racism DCs account.

In an interview with Fox News' Brian Kilmeade, Carlson, who on his show often exposes globalist George Soros and his shadowy dealings, said the mob was an attempt to intimidate him.

"I've characterized the Antifa people and people like them as protesters but they're not".

Mr Carlson told the Washington Post he started receiving several texts about some sort of commotion happening outside his house so chose to call his wife. The Facebook video was also taken down, but the page is still up.

Writing as if the only reason anyone could have for opposing the protesters' actions was that they didn't understand the intent behind them, Yglesias said scaring the Fox host's wife into hiding was an OK thing to do - just bad tactics.

"Who are we? What are we becoming?".