Tucker Carlson: I Think One of the Protesters Screaming at My Wife Last Night Was On My Show (VIDEO)

Tucker Carlson believes that one of the members of the Antifa mob that harassed his wife at home last night was once on his show.

The protest appears to have been organized by Smash Racism DC, an Antifa group that was co-founded by Mike Isaacson — who previously appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight.

Tucker Carlson and Mike Isaacson

“I think we know who these people are. In fact, I think one of the people screaming at my wife last night has been a guest on our show,” Carlson said while calling into his show. “So, these are semi-public people.”

Carlson stated that he can’t prove that the person he is thinking of was involved, but that they are going to find out.

“If you have something to say, you’re always welcome to come back on and say it. Again, he doesn’t want to say it — he doesn’t want to convince you — he wants to scare you into shutting up,” Carlson said.

Carlson added that this wasn’t a protest — it was a threat.

Along with pounding on his door and screaming threats, the group also spray painted an anarchy symbol on Carlson’s driveway.

“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 group of approximately 20 people was chanting, “Tucker Carlson we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!”

Isaacson was fired from his job at John Jay College after Twitter posts were uncovered in which he celebrated violence against police and called for the assassination of Vice President Mike Pence. He became a viral meme in the days after his appearance on the show.

Isaacson claims that he is no longer involved with the group, but supports the harassment.

Two sources told Gateway Pundit that Isaacson has become unwelcome in activist circles over his behavior — particularly with women — and they believe that it is unlikely that he was in attendance.

Via Tucker Carlson Tonight:

Reacting to the mob at Carlson’s home, however, Isaacson tweeted, “Tucker Carlson’s home is incredibly not on fire so someone is practicing restraint.”

On Thursday evening, the DC police visited the home of at least one known Antifa activist. No arrest was made. The incident is currently being investigated as a hate crime.

Hours after the incident at Carlson’s home, the addresses of Carlson, his brother Buckley Carlson, the Daily Caller’s Neil Patel, Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter were posted on another DC Antifa account.

While Smash Racism DC has been suspended from Twitter, the group took to Facebook to urge their readers to also target the homes of right wing pundits. The post was removed by Facebook on Thursday evening, but their account remains active. In a post titled “Fascists are vulnerable. Confront them at their homes!“, they 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.”

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