Tucker Carlson said Wednesday that he is "hearing a lot of filth" on television in the form of discrimination against a group on the basis of its ethnicity.

In the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct against Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the ensuing defense on the basis of purported holes in accusers' accounts, Carlson noted how writer and CNN pundit Jeffrey Toobin said, "All this whining about the poor plight of white men is ridiculous."

Carlson said an ex-boyfriend of Christine Blasey Ford's suggested in a letter that there were inconsistencies in her testimony last week before Congress.

Carlson mentioned several other new reports regarding her statements.

"When an adult makes a serious allegation, asking real questions is the only correct response. It's not an attack to ask for follow-ups," he said.


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Carlson pointed out how in the midst of such "follow-ups," Donald Trump Jr. has said he fears "for his sons" after seeing that Kavanaugh's life has been turned upside down by the allegations yet to be proven.

Carlson said that in other forums as well, people are "hearing a lot of filth."

"We shouldn't ever reduce people to their skin color. For the crime of arguing against racism, we are [labeled] racists," he said.

"Elitists stoke race hatred to divide this country against itself," Carlson said.


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