Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt drew a connection between mass shootings and Tucker Carlson of the Fox News Channel, arguing Tuesday that the “replacement” theory espoused by gunmen is shared by Carlson on his show.
As Breitbart News noted earlier this month, Greenblatt demanded that Fox News fire Carlson for arguing that Democrats are lenient towards illegal immigration partly because they want to change the existing U.S. electorate by adding new voters.
Greenblatt accused Carlson of espousing a white supremacist conspiracy theory, which holds falsely that such “replacement” is orchestrated by Jews. But Carlson did not endorse that idea. He also quoted Democrats describing their strategy candidly.
In a new op-ed at the Times of Israel that cites the Anti-Defamation League’s annual survey of antisemitism in the U.S., Greenblatt draws a connection between mass shootings in recent years and Carlson’s more recent remarks (emphasis added):