Tucker Carlson called out on Wednesday what he described as the "relentless dishonesty" from media outlets on the migrant caravan headed toward the southern border.

He said that for weeks, politicians and news anchors who think they're also politicians have been saying there's nothing to worry about with the caravan.

Carlson added that the public is really seeing "relentless dishonesty from the very people who are paid to inform us."

"They're wholly ignorant and yet utterly self-confident," he said. "They're good at moralizing and light on facts."


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Carlson also noted CNN anchor Don Lemon's recent rant during which he stated "white men" were the biggest terror threat to America.

Lemon and fellow host Chris Cuomo were discussing the shooting of two African-American men in Kentucky on Monday when Lemon made the remark.

"We have to stop demonizing people and realize the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized to the right, and we have to start doing something about them," the CNN anchor said.

Carlson said it's clear that many news anchors side with "foreign nationals" instead of Americans.

"If you're wondering why they're far more upset about migrant camps in Mexico than homeless encampments in Orange County [California], that's why," he said.

Watch more of Carlson's monologue above.


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