Carl Cameron on Tuesday slammed his previous employer, Fox News, and its primetime character Tucker Carlson for peddling racist rhetoric that reportedly impressed the lethal bloodbath in Buffalo, New York, wherein 10 individuals have been killed on the weekend.

MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace famous to Cameron, who was the chief political correspondent at Fox till 2017, how “the ideology left within the mass shooter’s screed” at a grocery store “mirrors the ideology championed” by Carlson, who has frequently talked on his present in regards to the racist “nice alternative” conspiracy concept cited by the killer.

“What occurs at Fox Information when one thing like this occurs?” she requested.

“I can’t even think about. That’s partly why I ended up getting out of there,” Cameron replied.

“It truly is sort of horrible to assume that journalists with nationwide and worldwide capability are placing collectively any such nonsense,” he continued, calling out Republicans as “purveyors of misinformation.”

“I actually can’t channel how Tucker believes in any of these things and the way the community can undergo with it,” he added, warning how “any such mendacity and deception is catching on.”

Watch Cameron’s full feedback right here: