Fox News host Tucker Carlson sounded off on mass immigration Monday, saying that there is currently “total division within our society.”
The Daily Caller co-founder said, “So we are at a moment and every survey shows it, of total division in our society. People have less in common with each than they ever have. And we’re asking basic questions like ‘What ties us all together? Why are we all in this together?'”
“Do you not see any correlation between massive immigration since 1965 and where we are now? The country much less united, much less willing to [ask] basic questions like ‘is the Bill of Rights worth continuing?’ things like that. That’s not related to immigration? Of course it is.”
Juan Williams also appeared on the segment, pushing back against some of Tucker’s claims, saying that the key was “assimilation.”
“Do you share American values? Do you believe in God-given rights and democracy and representation and law and order? That’s the key. And but it’s not about, at this point, a sort of tribal fight between native born americans and immigrants,” Williams said.