The compilation included Jesse Waters’ take that the indictment “lights a fire” under the country, Jason Whitlock’s call to get “ready for whatever’s next” and Carlson’s remark that it’s “probably not the best time to give up your AR-15.”
“Why not? Why’s he saying that?” Hayes asked.
“The implication is you have the AR-15 so that you can shoot at, kill, maim, who? Fellow citizens? Agents of the state? Why do you have them? Who are you going to shoot?”
Carlson’s remark arrived after his guest, conservative activist Ned Ryun, said the U.S. was on the path to “a one-party state and authoritarian government.”