Tucker Spars With BLM Supporter: 'I'm Trying to Take You Seriously, But I Can't
Tucker Carlson debated a Black Lives Matter supporter over another supporter's list of demands for white people.
Jasmine Rand said she wouldn't necessarily defend Chanelle Helm's "bullet points" that were laid out in a Kentucky magazine, but that her premise is accurate.
Helm wrote that white people should "will their property to a black or brown family" and give inherited property to a black family because "you're bound to make that money in some other white privileged way."
Carlson said Helm's demands read like Mao Zedong's "Little Red Book" crossed with a third grader's Christmas list.
Rand told Carlson that African-Americans and Native Americans remain the most underprivileged in America, and that race is only one piece of the puzzle.
She said that poverty and national origin are important as well.
Rand accused Carlson of not understanding Helm's intent because the host allegedly lived with "white privilege [his] entire life."
"What you're doing is making a generalization based on race," Carlson said, calling it a "textbook definition of racism."
"I'm trying to take you seriously but I can't," he said.
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