He even suggested in a tweet that the only reason Carlson's home wasn't on fire was because his comrades had practiced "restraint". "But don't chant "we know where you sleep at night" outside his home".
The protesters were doubling down and defending their protest after the ensuing backlash.
The Smash Racism DC Twitter account has since been suspended. Yglesias argued that he really can't sympathize with Susan Andrews, or with Tucker Carlson, because he believes that they aren't the true victims. Carlson's wife was home alone and called the police.
Washington Post columnist Max Boot, who has been critical of Carlson, also spoke out against the protest. It was a threat.More news: Father confirms son, 22, was among Thousand Oaks shooting victims
Kilmeade said "I sense they are getting paid", adding, "I think all these protests all of a sudden pushing for Jeff Sessions and are outside Tucker Carlson's house getting a paycheck to do just that".
"I've characterized the Antifa people and people like them as protesters but they're not". I mean, they're not protesting anything.
In videos uploaded to Twitter by the group on Wednesday, participants were heard saying "Tucker Carlson, we will fight!" "I can't have my kids stay at home alone now", Carlson said.
He said she thought it could have been a home invasion.
"Fighting Tucker Carlson's ideas is an American right".More news: Stabbed, 1 Dead In Australia In Incident Police Say Is Possible Terrorism
"Who are we? What are we becoming?".
Former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly tweeted that the incident was "stomach-turning", and late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert, a frequent critic of Trump and Fox News, also condemned it on Twitter. "@TuckerCarlson is tough & can handle a lot, but he does not deserve this".
"I probably wont open another package sent to our house from now on", Carlson said. "What sense was there in terrorizing her family?" he wrote. "It was a threat", Carlson continued.
"Recent events across our country clearly highlight the need for a more civil, respectful, and inclusive national conversation", the statement continued. "Those of us in the media and in politics bear a special obligation to all Americans, to find common ground".More news: Jordan: Flash floods kill eleven and forced tourists to flee