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Tucker Carlson reported on a “bizarre” incident that led to the cancellation of a famous Christmas market in Munich, Germany.
The Christmas Market in the small Bavarian city recently reopened after a bombing forced it to close last month.
Carlson pointed out that many street corners in the city feature traditional Christkindlesmarkt stalls featuring various vendors selling festive goods and crafts.
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He said that there was apparently a group of anti-Semitic protestors stopping people from entering the market, holding up signs that read “Nazis in the City” and “Secede, Jews Out.”
Several vendors were threatened by the protesters and were eventually told that they could not continue their operations.
The market was forced to close for the rest of the Christmas season, Carlson said.
The Gallows Club where some of the violence took place has been able to re-open, Carlson said.
“But there’s one thing that the protesters did not do,” Carlson added. “They did not shut down Christmas.”
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