Huffington Post contributor Alex Mohajer resorted to likening Tucker Carlson and The Daily Caller to noted anti-semite Lyndon LaRouche during a Wednesday evening interview on Fox News.
Carlson, who founded The Daily Caller in 2010, first asked Mohajer why he, in his most recent column, he cited a piece from “Executive Intelligence Review.”
“It’s published by the Lyndon LaRouche cult,” the Fox News host told Mohajer, who responded he was “aware.”
“Tucker Carlson, you were the Editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller which for decades, like a decade, called into question the legitimacy of Barack Obama’s presidency based on his race,” the HuffPo hack added.
“Well, it didn’t say that, and I don’t run an anti-Semitic cult,” Carlson began to answer before Mohajer asked him if he is “an illegitimate journalist.”
“Well, I’m not Lyndon LaRouche,” Carlson answered, trying to hold back laughter.
You can watch the entire interview below.