Tucker Carlson Grumbles That ‘Black Lives Matter Is Now More Popular Than the President’
Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Monday night once again devoted a lengthy monologue to attacking the social justice movement Black Lives Matter, this time bemoaning BLM’s rising popularity while wondering why the federal government hasn’t filed conspiracy charges against them.
Carlson, who has seen advertisers flee in recent days after saying Black Lives Matter “is definitely not about black lives,” kicked off Monday night’s program by noting that the group continues to see momentum among the American public as protests rage over George Floyd’s death and police brutality.
“Here is breaking news we never expected to report,” Carlson lamented. “Black Lives Matter is now more popular than the President of the United States and not slightly more popular than the president, much more popular.”
Watch the clip above, via Fox News.