Tucker Carlson debated a California activist planning another 'Day Without Immigrants' in protest of President Trump's proposed border wall and crackdown on illegal immigration.

Roberto Hernandez, who is planning a "May Day" protest next month, said undocumented farm workers are the hardest-working people on Earth and should be given refuge.

Carlson said he respects farm workers but that Hernandez is ignoring the fact some came to the United States illegally.

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Hernandez said that most arguments against illegal immigration are moot because all people that are not Native Americans are immigrants.

Carlson said what Hernandez is advocating for is a "place without a government."

"We [will] rise up and we're not going to stand for having the Trump administration... build a wall and deport 11 million people," Hernandez said.

He asked Carlson again whether undocumented farm workers who labor in California's breadbasket have a right to a voice in the government.

"No," Carlson said.

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