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Fox News host Tucker Carlson has claimed the problem of white supremacy in American is a 'hoax' and a 'conspiracy theory.'
In the shocking statements the anchor argued that the issue was 'just a lie' and meant to 'divide the country and keep a hold on power.'
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Carlson's words came just three days after 22 people were died from a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas.
The killer Patrick Crusius, 22, posted a racist manifesto where he complained of the 'Hispanic invasion' and proclaimed other anti-immigrant sentiments.
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It's also believed he had sympathy for the Christchurch gunman who killed 49 people in New Zealand earlier this year.
Hours later on Saturday, a further nine people would be killed in a second mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio.
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In the clip, while talking about the threat of white supremacy and white nationalism, Carlson added: 'It's actually not a real problem in America.'
He argued that the combined membership of 'every white supremacist organization in this country would be able to fit inside a college football stadium.'
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He listed that the 'average person is getting poorer' and 'suicide rate is spiking' as larger problems in America.
'This is a hoax, just like the...
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