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Media Keep Blaming Tucker for 'Great Replacement Theory,' But It Was Created by a Democrat Senator

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The left-wing meme du jour claims that “racist” Fox News host Tucker Carlson is the chief purveyor of “Great Replacement Theory,” but the truth is, the concept was originally pushed 75 years ago by a Democratic senator from Mississippi.

The subject of “Great Replacement Theory” is once again in the news as the left-wing press moves to blame Fox News in general — and host Tucker Carlson in particular — for somehow influencing suspected Buffalo supermarket shooter Payton Gendron to go on his racist shooting spree.

A quick look through Twitter shows one blue-checked leftist after another outright claiming that Carlson is a racist who endorses the theory that maintains that minorities are purposefully being imported into the U.S. to dilute the white population.

There are numerous examples of leftist Tweeters linking Carlson and Fox to this alleged shooter, but here are a few:

The “Great Replacement Theory” is the language of death, wielded by opportunistic right-wing figures from Fox News’ Tucker Carlson to Rep. Elise Stefanik, the No. 3 House Republican. Not everyone hears it. My column encourages people to listen:https://t.co/mRFlUdSqTA

— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) May 16, 2022

It “might as well have been a quote from Tucker Carlson during one of his many rants about white Americans being diluted, weakened, and replaced by people of color. Just pause for a second and reflect on that.”@WajahatAli........

© Western Journalism

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