Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson accused President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris of promoting "total uniformity", adding that they don't "believe in dissent."
Citing no evidence, he compared life under the Biden administration to "drinking Starbucks every day from now until forever."
Carlson's remarks come as Biden delivered a speech in his home state of Delaware on Friday, in which he called for unity in the country.
Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson accused President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris of promoting "total uniformity," saying that life under their administration would be like "drinking Starbucks every day from now until forever."
During a segment of the Tucker Carlson Tonight show on Friday, the Fox News host claimed that the Biden administration "demands obedience" and doesn't "believe in dissent." He cited no evidence to substantiate the claim.
"Diversity, which is to say legitimate differences between people, is the last thing they want. Diversity? It's a cruel joke. They must mean it ironically. These people seek absolute sameness, total uniformity," Tucker said.
He explained what he imagines life under the Biden administration would look like, using Starbucks as a comparison.
"You're happy with your corner coffee shop. They want to make you drink Starbucks every day from now until forever no matter how it tastes, that's the future they promise. Everyone doing the same thing," he said, according to the video.
Watch the moment below:
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Carlson's remarks come as Biden delivered a televised speech in his home state of Delaware on Friday, in which he called for unity in the country.
"The purpose of our politics, the work of the nation, isn't to fan the flames of conflict, but to solve problems, to guarantee justice, to give everybody a fair shot, to improve the lives of our people," Biden said, according to the Independent.
While he did not declare victory, Biden did say to be "patient" and "trust" the vote-counting process.
On Friday, Insider and Decision Desk HQ called the race for Biden after projecting a win in Pennsylvania, putting him over the 270 electoral vote threshold. (You can read why Decision Desk HQ and Insider called it for Biden.)
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