UPDATE: Antifa Mob Vandalized Tucker Carlson’s Home, Car, Driveway, Door – Police Investigating as Suspected Hate Crime
The Antifa mob that swarmed Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s home on Wednesday evening reportedly vandalized his home and car — and the incident is now being investigated as a suspected “hate crime.”
According to the police report obtained by the Daily Caller Foundation, an anarchy symbol was spray painted on Carlson’s driveway. His oak door was also broken by the militant leftists. Carlson was not home at the time of the incident, but his wife was there alone. She hid in the pantry in fear as the mob banged on her door shouting threats. Luckily, their four children were not at home.
“Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door,” Carlson told The Washington Post.
The group of approximately 20 people was chanting, “Tucker Carlson we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!”
OFFICIAL TUCKER CARLSON MOB POLICE REPORT 🚨
– Attempted to bust down Tucker's door
– Vandalized his house
– Vandalized his driveway
– Vandalized his car
– Political messages left on cars & door
– Police classifying as 'hate crime'https://t.co/gMU4OeKMMN pic.twitter.com/089bhY7kEw
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 8, 2018
Videos of the incident were posted by Smash Racism DC, a DC Antifa group that has now been suspended from Twitter.
“It was discovered that unknown persons spray painted an anarchy symbol on the driveway. There were also signs left on the vehicles parked in the driveway as well as a sign left on the front door of the home,” the police report states.
The co-founder of the group that organized the protest, Mike Isaacson, previously appeared on Carlson’s show. At the time, he was a professor at John Jay College, but was fired after his tweets promoting violence were uncovered. He claims that he is no longer affiliated with Smash Racism DC.
On the police report, a box labeled “hate bias/motivation” was filled in with “anti-political.”
The group dispersed within minutes of police arriving on the scene and no arrests were made at the time.
Hours after the incident, DC Antifa groups published a document containing the home addresses of Tucker Carlson and his brother Buckley Carlson — along with the addresses of Ann Coulter, Daily Caller’s Neil Patel, and Sean Hannity.
Someone affiliated with DC Antifa told The Gateway Pundit that the protest at Carlson’s home was “just the beginning.”
On Facebook, Smash Racism DC has posted a call for more people to swarm the homes of right-wing pundits over their political beliefs. In a post titled “Fascists are vulnerable. Confront them at their homes!“, Smash Racism DC wrote that “protecting ourselves and our communities means interfering with those who make a platform for hate.”
“So, we will go to their homes and their workplaces, and find them in restaurants. We invite others to do the same! Get creative!” Smash Racism DC urged their readers.
The post concluded by saying that “fascist pundits who promote violence deserve no peace.”