Dejected Antifa Bananas “Tuckers Not Home, Might As Well Split”
(Gateway Pundit) – As the Gateway Pundit first reported yesterday, Antifa is planning to hold a “Halloween Party” protest at the home of Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Friday evening.
Approximately eight protesters have arrived so far — and many of them are appropriately dressed like bananas.
An Antifa group called “Resist This” called for people to meet at a church near Carlson’s home at 6 p.m. in Halloween costumes. The plan was to then walk together to his home.
“TUCKER CARLSON is so scary, it feels like Halloween. So let’s tell this slimelord how creepy he is at his home on Friday evening,” the event page for the protest read.
“Carlson is a horror — and he is one of the most powerful right-wing personalities on television,” the event listing continues. “So let’s wear fun Halloween costumes and let Tucker know how we feel about his statements.”
The group’s event description stated that “this will be a fun, transparent, and safe event. It is legal to demonstrate at the homes of the rich and powerful. We intend for all to be conducted in a safe manner.”
Once the protesters arrived at his home, they began to address him through a megaphone — even though the popular television host is out of town.
Luke Kahn, who was put on probation after plotting an acid attack on the pro-Trump inaugural event the Deploraball, was in attendance. Antifa planner Lacy MacAuley was also present and brought the four month old baby that she is raising with her polyamorous girlfriend after getting impregnated by an activist in San Francisco.
Two legal observers from the National Lawyers Guild, who are often protesters themselves, were also present.
Far-left groups previously protested outside Carlson’s family home in November. The television personality was not home at the time, but his wife was.
The group threatened Carlson and demanded that he leave town, saying that “tonight, we remind you that you are not safe either.” They also chanted threats such as, “Tucker Carlson we will fight, we know where you sleep at night!”
The protest was organized by the same group that was behind chasing Senator Ted Cruz out of a restaurant in DC in September.