Tucker Carlson reacted to a CNN analyst who claimed conservative radio host David Webb was effecting "white privilege" by making an "argument he didn't agree with."

The only problem with that claim, Carlson said, was that Webb is black.

Areva Martin said on Webb's radio show that his original statement should've elicited another "whole long conversation about white privilege and the things you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege of."

Webb incredulously responded, asking how he "has the privilege of white privilege."

Martin said that "by virtue of being a white male, you have white privilege."

It was then that Webb paused and said he "hate[d] to break it to you, but you should've been better prepped."


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"I'm black," he said.

Carlson said the exchange "didn't go the way she expected" and that viewers should be able to "stop laughing long enough" to realize the glaring point of the situation.

"People should be evaluated as individuals and not as a member of a racial group. This is poison," he said.

Watch more above, and hear Webb react to the accusation on Fox & Friends below.



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