WATCH: Biden DOJ civil rights pick accused of racism, anti-Semitism after new evidence uncovered on Tucker Carlson tonight

Tucker Carlson dug into President elect Joe Biden's pick to run the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, Christine Clark for past racist comments.

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA

On Monday night, Tucker Carlson dug into President elect Joe Biden's pick to run the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, Christine Clark.

Clark has been a repeat guest on Carlson's show and Fox News reporters uncovered "shocking statements that Clark made in public while at Harvard."  

According to Carlson, in 1994, Clark wrote a letter to the Harvard Crimson in her capacity as the president of the Black Studies Association, Clark wanted to explain her views on race science and asked that students "Please use the following theories and observations to assist you in your search for truth regarding the genetic differences between blacks and whites." You can read the full article here.

Clark went on to list the theories and observations. "One, Dr. Richard King reveals that the core of the human brain is the 'locus coeruleus,' which is a structure that is black because it contains large amounts of neuro melanin, which is essential for its operation to black infant."

"Two, blacks sit, crawl, and walk sooner than whites."

Clark continued, "Three, Carol Barnes notes that human mental processes are controlled by melanin. That same chemical, which gives blacks their superior, physical and mental abilities."

Clark added, "Some scientists have revealed that most whites are unable to produce melanin because their pineal glands are often calcified or non-functioning. Pineal calcification rates with Africans are five to 15 percent, Asians, 15 to 25 percent and European, 60 to 80 percent. This is the chemical basis for the cultural differences between blacks and whites."

Clark's request concluded with, "Melanin endows blacks with greater mental, physical, and spiritual abilities, something which cannot be measured based on Euro centric standards"

Carlson added, "No, that's not an editorial from The Final Call, Louis Farrakhan's free newspaper. That is a direct quote from the person Joe Biden is about to put in charge of this country's civil rights laws. Even at Harvard, crackpot theories, like that were considered deranged and dangerous after an outcry on campus."

However, it did not stop there. According to Carlson, just a month after the outcry from the article, Clark invited the noted Trinidadian anti-Semite Tony Martin to speak on campus.

Martin then was a professor at Wesleyan College and the author of a self published manifesto called The Jewish Onslaught. In it, Martin chronicled the "escalating Jewish onslaught against black people." During the speech, Martin "attacked both Jews and Judaism as a religion."

Tucker expanded, "Tony Martin spent his final years giving speeches to Holocaust denial organizations on topics, such as 'tactics of organized jewry and suppressing free speech.' Christine Clark, strongly approved of Tony Martin. And we're not speculating because as she told the Crimson after his speech, "professor Martin is an intelligent, well-versed black intellectual who basis his information on indisputable fact."

Tucker wasn't done chronicling Clark's racism. "This fall, she said it was 'madness for the federal government to take the side of Asian applicants' who had provably been denied college admission, purely because of their skin color, but tough luck. As far as Kristen Clark was concerned, those Asians didn't have enough melanin and melanin is the key."

Tucker concluded, "Speaking of madness, in a sane country, someone like Kristen Clark would be under investigation by the civil rights division, not running it."


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