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Dana Loesch joined Tucker Carlson tonight to react to the "controversy" surrounding a recent American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) tweet, and how the left is turning on itself.

On Wednesday, the ACLU posted a photo of a white baby holding an American flag to its Twitter page, with the caption, "This is the future that ACLU members want."

The group quickly backtracked and apologized after some accused them of promoting white supremacy.


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"The old institutions on the left - the Democratic Caucus in the Congress, the ACLU, the big institutions - they've lost control of their own followers, who have become super radical and crazy and race-obsessed and violent and dangerous," Tucker said. "They're afraid of these people too."

Loesch said those institutions are culpable in creating the online mobs that are now turning against them.

"Now they can't control these people anymore," Loesch said. "They can't control the rage mob."

She said that Democrats have long pushed the idea that they have a "patent" on gender, skin color, faith and so on.

"They have perpetuated this idea that you're not authentically female, authentically black, authentically Democrat or anything unless you vote for Hillary Clinton, unless you're a progressive, unless you're all of this," Loesch said. "And now this is the reality in which we live in."

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