Fox News’ Tucker Carlson took on Univision anchor Enrique Acevedo over immigration Friday.
After Acevedo claimed to care about “rule of law” in immigration, Tucker burst out laughing.
“So, what you’re saying is the will of big companies is more important than the will of American citizens who would like to control who comes here,” The Daily Caller co-founder said.
“They don’t think it should be up to employers, chicken plants, who comes here, Walmart, who comes here. They think they should have a say, and they’ve passed laws that say they don’t want it. Why is that not relevant?” (RELATED: ‘I Don’t Want To Explode On TV…’ — Tucker ENDS Segment With Dem Congressman When He Accuses Him Of Working For Russia)
“I’m 100 percent behind you on that,” Acevedo said. “I think we should listen to the will of the American people, and the vast majority of the American people are in favor of comprehensive immigration reform, they’re in favor of passing solutions in Congress that help the Dreamers. They’re in favor of not building a wall…”
“You guys are just like over at Univision, I have to say–we have laws on the books, extant laws in force that say no one can come here without authorization from the federal government, period. We have, I don’t know, 15 million, pick a number between 10 and 15 million people here illegally, and you think that’s cool and you say you’re for the rule of law,” Carlson said. (RELATED: After DACA Comments, Tucker Asks Trump: ‘What Was The Point Of Running For President?’ [VIDEO])