Crimo has been charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder after allegedly killing at least seven people and injuring dozens of others at a Fourth of July parade in the Chicago suburb Monday.
Carlson, who questioned why Crimo didn’t “raise an alarm” on his show, claimed there’s “a lot” of men who look and act like him.
The right-wing commentator blamed social media, porn, video games and drugs for the actions of men accused of mass shootings.
“They are high on government-endorsed weed, ‘smoke some more, it’s good for you…’” Carlson said.
Carlson proceeded to claim that gunmen in massacres think they’ll be “worse” off than their parents.
“And yet the authorities in their lives ― mostly women ― never stops lecturing them about their so-called privilege.”
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