Tucker Carlson: I would be sympathetic toward “Black people or Hispanics” if they were pushed around like Americans in the Midwest

Carlson: “The least popular group in America lives in the middle west ... and they're overweight”

From the October 24 edition of The Rubin Report:

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TUCKER CARLSON: I have greater sympathy for the lone guy who's getting pushed around than I do for the group that's pushing him around. So I feel like right now the least popular group in America lives in the middle-west and they have kind of antiquated social attitudes and they have very little economic power and they're overweight and everyone hates them and I feel like really because they're Americans actually like, what is this? And by the way if they were doing this to black people or Hispanics or any group I would be sympathetic because I hate that.


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