The Fox News host also said the ongoing scenes of unrest and rioting were a "distressing moment" for the president's supporters.
The Fox News anchor cast aspersions on Gretchen Whitmer's motives for implementing the coronavirus restrictions across the state.
Fox News host accused the FBI of entrapping the former national security adviser over a conversation with the Russian ambassador.
The host of Tucker Carlson Tonight also argued that the novel coronavirus posed a "miniscule" threat to rural America.
Tucker Carlson did not criticize the president over the order, but instead took aim at people in the White House "orbit."
A study from The University of Chicago suggests that Fox News viewers who preferred "Hannity" were more likely to die from Covid-19 when compared with those who preferred "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
Dan Patrick defended comments he made last month on Fox News, telling Tucker Carlson that sacrifices might be needed to save future generations.
Stone is expected to report to prison to serve his term within two weeks, despite his "underlying health problems."
"He rightly gets credit for shooting from the hip," said one media expert.
"Sanders never wanted to win, like so many ideologues, he wanted to lose. It makes him feel virtuous," the Fox News host said.
"More than 10 million Americans have already lost their jobs," Carlson said Friday. "Imagine another year of this."
"One of the main lessons of this crisis is that the public health establishment failed us badly," Carlson said.
"Cuomo said he'd continue to do his show for as long as he can in isolation from his basement. We respect that, too. So, Godspeed to the Cuomo family. We are rooting for you."
The Fox contributor told Tucker Carlson Tonight that the economy should not be shut down "to save every single life that's threatened by a widespread disease."
Dan Patrick, who turns 70 next month, said he was willing to take a chance on his survival "in exchange for keeping the America that all America loves."
The South Carolina senator had been criticized by Fox anchor Tucker Carlson over reports he wanted to ease restrictions on the EB-5 investor immigrant program.
Senator Josh Hawley claimed that China was financially responsible for the damage caused by U.S. coronavirus cases, while also calling for an "international investigation" into the origins of COVID-19.
"Now, maybe there's an honest explanation for what [Burr] did," Carlson said. "If there is, he should share it with the rest of us immediately."
Against the tide of his network colleagues, the Fox host sounded the alarm about the coronavirus back in February.
House Minority Leader joined Fox News' Tucker Carlson in referring to the virus by the country where outbreak began.
"For weeks the media told you it was wrong to worry about the coronavirus," the Fox News host said.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said anti-bias training only "deepens racial wounds" during a rant against proposed banking diversity legislation on his show Thursday.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson insisted that President Donald Trump must pardon his former adviser Roger Stone, warning that "the Russia lie" will be validated if the convicted felon serves a single day behind bars.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson called for the pardon of Trump adviser Roger Stone Tuesday, saying he was "caught up in an investigation that proved to be fruitless."
Joe Biden said his running mate for the 2020 Election should be capable of leading the United States "because I'm an old guy," at a campaign stop in Iowa Tuesday.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said that former National Security Advisor John Bolton deserved "humiliation" and was bitter over President Donald Trump blocking his attempts at launching a military conflict with Iran, after reports emerged that Bolton's upcoming book confirms a key impeachment claim.
"How exactly is this the impeachment we were promised?" Carlson asked. "Wasn't it supposed to be about the abuse of power and the contempt of Congress? Aren't those the charges? How did we get to the part where Russia invades Belgium?"
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Thursday that impeachment hearing witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman should "go work for Ukraine" to which Representative Devin Nunes said, "Maybe he will at some point."
"Imagine a movie written and directed by children," Carlson said, "whose ending you already know and, buy the way, it's 20 hours long, in Hungarian with misspelled subtitles. That's what it's like."
Tucker Carlson said Tuesday that the political fortunes of Sen. Elizabeth Warren had changed faster than her ethnic identity, while blasting her for allegedly accusing Sen. Bernie Sanders of sexism.