Claire Gosforth—The DAILY DOTTY Who Cried Racist Because A Carlson Producer Liked Tweets
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Here’s a hit piece on Gregg Re, who’s a producer for Tucker Carlson, written by Claire Goforth [Tweet her] at the Daily Dot:

EXCLUSIVE: Tucker Carlson’s producer has a long history of liking anti-Black tweets from white nationalist websites

Gregg Re often likes tweets from the white nationalist site VDARE.

By Claire Goforth, March 31, 2023

One of Tucker Carlson’s producers has a long list of offensive tweets he’s liked on the platform.

Gregg Re has liked tweets featuring neo-Nazis and written by the white nationalist outlet VDARE, as well as ones with transphobic and sexist content.

According to Re’s LinkedIn, he’s been a producer of Carlson’s show since 2017, the same year he created his Twitter account, where he also identifies himself as a producer for Carlson. Re also was a contributor to the Daily Caller, the right-wing outlet Carlson founded.

Last month, the New Yorker noted that he occasionally replies to a Media Matters researcher whose beat includes watching Carlson.


It is weird that the left has a full-time professional employed to watch Tucker Carlson [Watching Tucker Carlson for Work: According to Kat Abughazaleh, a researcher at Media Matters for America, “You don’t know Fox News until you are watching it for a job.” by Clare Malone, February 25, 2023], but there’s some guy out there whose job is to watch us. They don’t think either he or is working for the Russians—they’re afraid we’re working for the Americans—i.e., the Historic American Nation:

A person’s likes can provide a window into their perspective, as people often click on tweets they appreciate to support them and increase their reach. Journalists, however, have also been known to use the function as a value-neutral way of flagging and highlighting stories they’d like to go back to.

Some people have been known to accidentally like tweets. So while likes are not conclusive, Re’s pattern of pushing that Twitter button matches up with the bigoted content coming each night from Carlson’s mouth.

Re did not have any disclaimer in the bio of his verified account about his likes, which also identifies him as a producer on Carlson’s show. After the Daily Dot contacted him for this story, he updated his bio to note that “likes and RT’s are not endorsements. opinions my own.”

Re and Fox News did not otherwise respond to requests for comment.

Re prolifically uses the like button. He liked nearly 120,000 tweets in the six years since he created the account. In contrast, Carlson liked less than 200 tweets since 2009. Fox News personality Laura Ingraham liked roughly 5,000 tweets in her 14 years on Twitter.

Carlson has long been accused of parroting bigoted talking points, such as the racist “great replacement theory” that there’s a plot to replace white people with racial minorities. Many of Re’s Twitter likes are in line with this way of thinking.

While Re’s LinkedIn doesn’t delve into his work with Carlson, television news producers can often be involved in every aspect of putting together the show they work on. They can gather information, record segments, and create the package that will ultimately be broadcast.


If you go to Gregg Re’s Twitter account, you’ll find mainstream, normal conservatives refusing to pay attention to any of this.




Not yet weighing in on either side: Sohrab Ahmari, who was shocked when leaked emails from Stephen Miller showed Miller read us, and emailed our stories to people:

See Yes, SPLC (And Ayatollah Ahmari), Of Course Stephen Miller Reads—Just Not Enough.

Of course, this Goforth woman has read, and so has Ahmari, what they’re accusing Gregg Re, and by association Tucker Carlson, their real target, of reading us for the wrong reason.

In fact, what Re and Carlson are committing here is ”journalism.” It’s refreshing to see how many conservatives are supporting him in the face of a ”racism” accusation. Maybe THEY will now dare to Like and Retweet

Could it be that the left has finally cried ”Wolf” too often?

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