A Montana man confronted Tucker Carlson, the Fox News host, at a fishing store calling him the “worst human being known to man.”

In the short video released by the man, Dan Bailey, shared on his Instagram, Carlson seems like he is trying to play cool after being called the “worst human being,” telling him that “I appreciate that.”

Coincidently, the man who confronted the TV host shares the same name as the founder of the fishing store that the shop’s named after, Dan Bailey, which made people think that the man was the owner of the store.

“On July 23rd, a well-known television personality, Tucker Carlson, was affronted while shopping at Dan Bailey’s Outdoor company,” Dale Sexton, the store owner, said in a statement. “Coincidentally, the person engaging Mr. Carlson was a local resident named Dan Bailey.”


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“This person has no affiliation with our business, other than he shares the same name as our founder, who passed away in 1982. To be clear, we treat every customer equally and respectfully. Our staff was professional and cordial to Mr. Carlson, as we are with all of our customers.”

After the video was released, Fox News immediately denounced the man who confronted Carlson.

“No public figure should be accosted regardless of their political persuasion or beliefs simply due to the intolerance of another point of view,” Fox News spokesperson said in a statement.

During the pandemic, the TV host has made false claims about COVID-19 vaccines to his audience, casting doubts about the efficacy of the jabs and claiming that they might have killed thousands of people due to their side effects.

Carlson recently accused the Biden Administration and NSA of spying on him without providing any evidence.

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