Carlson was at his Fox News office over the city and prepared for his 8 pm talk show when the disturbance occurred. His wife Susan was at home alone.
According to a police report from the Metropolitan Police Department, Susan said "she heard loudly and pushed on her front door."
When she went to investigate she saw a large group in front of her home. They had a bullhorn and chanting high. She went back to a room at the back of her home and called the police. "
When the police arrived on the spot, they found around 20 people, according to police report.  An anarchy symbol spray was painted on the driveway." There were also signs left on the vehicle parked in the driveway, as well as a sign left on the doorway, " According to the police report.
Some of the signs were taken as evidence. The police report describes the incident as a "suspected hate crime" and says the motivation was "anti-political."
Carlson, one of the best hosts at Fox, is also a top target For Progressive Critics, they say that Carlson supports white superiority through its comments and programming choices ̵
The left and right figures quickly condemned the group's action. Former Fox host Megyn Kelly tweeted:" This has to end .. He does not deserve this. His family does not deserve this. It's a blast. "
" This is not okay, "wrote CNN host SE Cupp." The political left, the political right or the missing. Do not do this. "
" I think Tucker is a terrible influence on modern America, but it does not motivate to harass him at home. Go high, not low, "CNN commentator Max Boot tweeted.
One of the leaders of Media Matters, a liberal media monitoring group opposed to Fox, also condemned the incident.
" This behavior is far above the line ", senior member Matthew Gertz Tweeted. "Going to someone's home, breaking the door and terrorizing his family is unacceptable. It's also extremely counterproductive if your interest is actually reducing its influence. "
" Late Show "host Stephen Colbert also argued and said" Fighting Tucker Carlson's ideas are an American right. Targeting his home and terrorizing his family is an act of monstrous cowardice. Of course you do not, but also, do not settle for it to happen. Feeding monsters just make more samples.
Carlson did not respond immediately to a request for CNN comments.
But he told the Post that one of the individuals "actually cracked the front door."
Carlson colleagues came to his defense. Commentary Brit Hume called The protest "revolting and scary." And the refs meteorologist Janice Dean pointed out that Carlson has four children. Carlson's "should never feel insecure or terrorized in his own home or neighborhood. Nobody deserves this, "wrote Dean." It's ocivilized, scary and evil. "