More than 18 million people have viewed Carlson’s post on X, with the company’s owner Elon Musk reposting the video. X under Musk has given a platform to certain far-right and fringe figures previously suspended on the site. Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson posted an interview with a leader of white nationalist hate group VDARE on “Tucker Carlson Uncensored,” on social media including X and YouTube last week. Lydia Brimelow, VDARE officer and wife of the group’s founder Peter Brimelow, portrayed their group as a victim of “cancel culture” in the interview with Carlson. She claimed VDARE is a journalistic nonprofit, but their website has published articles by authors who espouse racism and antisemitic conspiracy theories such as the “Great Replacement,” which claims that liberal politicians are attempting to replace the country’s white population with immigrants. VDARE’s writers, such as noted white nationalist Kevin DeAnna, have also amplified the works of white supremacist terrorists and the texts that inspired their violence, including the manifesto of the terrorist who murdered 51 and injured 40 at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. VDARE regularly publishes articles by prominent white nationalists, racist pseudoscientists and antisemites. The hate group has long provided a bridge between the anti-immigrant right and the white nationalist movement.