Tucker Carlson talks LGBTQ arrests in Ghana, comparing them to Nazis

Activists from the group Change Came Here visited Ghana two months ago, lending their support for the crackdown in the African country.

Ghanaians were shocked when rumors swirled that the government was going to criminalize homosexuality in the West African nation.

An estimated 33 people who had allegedly engaged in sex acts with their same-sex partners were found to be in police custody.

Activists from the group Change Came Here visited Ghana two months ago, lending their support for the crackdown in the African country.

The Human Rights Foundation has compared the Ghanaians police to the Nazis for rounding up LGBTQ folks and detaining them.

Gina Harrah is an activist and made the trip to Ghana from the US. She’s part of a group named Change Came Here. She joined Tucker Carlson to discuss the arrests, the demonization of the LGBTQ community, and the important task ahead.

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Carlson delved into history, comparing LGBTQ people with blacks during the American Civil War, who were arrested with tens of thousands of other African-Americans, and said the similarities with Africans are becoming apparent.

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