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DC Police Investigating Protest at Tucker Carlson’s Home as ‘Suspected Hate Crime’

Police in D.C. are now investigating a left-wing mob protest that occured Wednesday evening at the home of Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson, citing vandalism of Carlson’s home and car, reports BreitBart.

 

A police report obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation reveals police are investigating the matter as a “suspected hate crime.” One box labeled “hate bias/motivation” was filled in “anti-political.”

Smash Racism DC, the group responsible for the protest, shared Carlson’s and other conservative media personalities’ addresses online last night and set up outside of Carlson’s home, calling him a “racist scumbag” and chanting, “Tucker Carlson, we will fight. We know where you sleep at night.”

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