Fox News host Tucker Carlson has lately fallen into a habit of referring to MSNBC host Joy Reid as "the race lady," a behavior she is understandably displeased with.
Reid, who is Black, recently addressed Carlson's claims she's "obsessed with race" on an episode of The Reid Out, saying:
"Personally, I prefer my news and information to be grounded in reality, rather than monetizing my amygdala to keep me on edge and buying MyPillows and gold."
Then, playing a supercut of the many times Carlson called her "the race lady," Reid asked:
"Oh, honey, honey. Tuckums. Is this really about me fixating on race, or is it about you fixating on race?"
Reid went on to say to Carlson:
"People like you and your friends at the BS factory are keeping us steeped in COVID sickness and rage and paranoia."
Reid also accused Carlson of acting like "some segregationist housewife from the 1950s" who has been "spouting a conspiracy theory that White people are going to be replaced via a Democratic Party conspiracy to import non-White people to outnumber them."
Twitter loved Reid's takedown of Carlson and #Tuckums was soon trending online.
Many praised Reid for her refusal to hold back while criticizing Carlson, who has a long history of spreading White supremacist rhetoric, conspiracy theories and misinformation.
Though Reid doesn't often spend her time commenting on Fox News, Twitter certainly appreciated she took a moment to make it clear exactly how she feels about Lil' Tucker "Tuckums" Carlson.