Former Fox News Host and Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson said the deep state could assassinate former President Donald Trump if their other attempts to stop him from winning the next election fail.

Trump is currently facing four indictments and several other civil suits. The former president and his supporters, including Carlson, have argued that the prosecutions against the president are attempts to stop the former president from winning the next election. Colorado and Maine have also used the insurrectionist clause of the 14th Amendment to kick the former president off their state ballots.

Carlson, while speaking with conservative Host Dan Bongino, said the former president’s opponents have escalated their attempts to ensure he does not win back the White House.

“In the case of Trump, they started with protests, they moved to impeachment, now they’re at indictment. None of it has worked,” Carlson said. “What’s next? What is, what could possibly be next? If you felt, and you really believe it, and a lot of them do, that the worst thing that could happen to the country, and more specifically, to you in the professional class is to have Donald Trump as president — and everything you have tried has failed, and they have been accelerating steps – protests, impeachment, indictment – like, how many more arrows do you have in your quiver? And what’s the next one? And of course it’s assassination.”

Carlson maintained that his prediction, though outrageous, is not crazy as assassinations happen all over the world, including the U.S.

“People have been assassinated in this country,” Carlson said of the United States. “Far more often than we’re willing to admit… They have set up Donald Trump as president as the one thing they can’t tolerate. Now, that’s anti-democratic right there. Democracy demands that people who didn’t vote for a candidate submit to his rule. If he wins Democratically. That’s a baseline requirement for democracy.

Carlson added that he believes Trump’s opponents will not let him govern if he wins a second term

“They didn’t do that last time and they definitely won’t do it this time,” Carlson added.