Fox host Tucker Carlson got in a scathing debate with producer Tariq Nasheed on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Tuesday over supposed racism in the Ohio State University terror attack.
Nasheed tweeted this out Monday after OSU student Abdul Razak Ali Artan, 18, ran over a group of people on campus and attacked them with a knife. He injured 11 before hero OSU police officer Alan Horujko, 28, shot and killed him. (RELATED: Meet The Hero Who Killed OSU Attacker Abdul Razak Ali Artan)
“What are you saying?” Carlson asked.
“That tweet was very vague, it was very neutral. It was basically a statement, it wasn’t even my opinion,” Nasheed said. Somehow explaining his own tweets devolved into claims that the U.S. and Fox News are racist.
“I’m sorry, there’s only so much I can take,” Carlson said.
Nasheed shot back, accusing Carlson of being a white supremacist. “Tucker are you going to say anything honest before we get the interview started, or is it just going to be a bunch of projection of your suspected white supremacist views?”
“I’m not even going to rise to the bait,” Carlson replied.
After the interview, Nasheed took to Twitter to claim victory, again saying Carlson is a “suspected” white supremacist, and retweeting an article calling Carlson a “suspected racist”:
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