Tucker Carlson reacted to a New York Times story commenting on the lack of diversity in New Hampshire.

In an article titled "New Hampshire, 94 Percent White, Asks: How Do You Diversify a Whole State," author Katharine Q. Seelye writes that the Granite State is "nearly all white" like its neighbors Vermont and Maine.

"This has posed an array of problems for new arrivals, who often find themselves isolated and alone, without the comfort and support of a built-in community," Seelye wrote.

Carlson said there are many great things about New Hampshire, from its educational test scores to clean drinking water and relatively low violent crime.

He said the Times is telling people that "whiteness is inherently offensive to others, especially immigrants."

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Carlson pointed to a quote from a Colombian immigrant living in Manchester who is upset that there are not enough other Spanish speakers in her city.

"It's current demographics are an outrage," Carlson recalled the tone of the story. "[New Hampshire] has an obligation to change [its] culture to suit foreigners."

"You hear things like this all the time from liberal outlets. 'Some races are better than others' they claim. That's pure racism," he said.

Carlson warned that attitudes like the one expressed in the article "will destroy [America] faster than anthrax and Al Qaeda combined."

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