Renowned journalist, TV host Tucker Carlson urged Americans to “fight” in defense of the country, confronting anarchists who are “working to tear down our country,” led by the Democrats.

“The violence that Barack Obama and his brigades have unleashed on this country, if anything, increased racial bigotry and distrust,” Carlson warned in his Sept. 10 Fox News broadcast.

Carlson also noted that Democrats who instigate anarchy will travel abroad after completing their work, so Americans who want to stay in the country must work to prevent that point from being reached.

“Someday,” he continued, “Obama and many leaders like him may flee … and an island off the coast of Massachusetts won’t be far enough. They’ll be in Switzerland by then, or Austria or New Zealand or somewhere where they don’t have to live with the consequences of a society they created,” Carlson said. He added, “For the rest of us who plan to stay, we have no choice, we have to fight. Anarchism goes by many names. Right now, it’s called antifa and BLM.”

“They’re working to tear down our country. That’s all we need to know,” Carlson emphasized in his speech.

Democrats often allude to the socialist trend that drives them, and Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) did so, according to a Sept. 6 video.

“We are in the midst of an ongoing uprising over centuries of racial neglect and oppression,” Omar read.

Here, Omar supports riots that increase crime and destroy many businesses in several U.S. cities.

She also said, “We maintain a system that grinds millions into desperate poverty.”

What Omar said is contradictory when talking about the country that took her in with her family, after living in refugee camps fleeing the violence in her native country. At the age of 17, she became a citizen and was later elected to the House of Representatives.

“Do not believe a word of what she says. She is promising a socialist society that the U.S. never was, never is, and will never be. The U.S. wouldn’t be what it is if not for capitalism,” the user @mosha46 responded to the tweet on the Omar video.

U.S. President Donald Trump called Omar an “America-hating socialist” at the Minnesota demonstration in October.

During a session of the U.N. General Assembly in September 2019, Trump declared, “America will never be a socialist country. Last century socialism and communism killed 100 million people.”