Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson and journalist Megyn Kelly are warning that violence is on the horizon if former President Donald Trump is jailed ahead of the election next November.

During an appearance on Sirius XM’s “The Megyn Kelly Show,” the journalist and the Tucker Carlson Network founder discussed the possibility of Trump getting convicted in the federal election interference case. Megyn Kelly had suggested that “the country’s going to burn” if Judge Tanya Chutkan, who is presiding over the case, puts Trump in jail pending appeal.

“Then all this blowback, ‘Oh my God she is calling for violence.’ I’m not calling for violence. But there is no way the Trump base is not going to be beside itself with anger at that level of deprivation of being able to simply vote for the candidate of choice. That’s what’s being taken away here,” she said.

Carlson affirmed Kelly’s fears, saying, “Speaking of violence that is what you are going to get.”

“If you leave people no alternative, then what do you think is going to happen?” he added. “I mean, the whole point of electoral democracy is that it’s a pressure relief valve that takes people who are very frustrated with the way things are going and gives them a way to express themselves, have their desires heard and ultimately their will done, to be represented in a peaceful way.”

Carlson went further to state that if Democrats keep “rigging the election,” people will reach a breaking point, knowing that their vote doesn’t count on top of the economic power stripped off them.

“That’s just the truth. And I’m very upset about that. I don’t want that to happen. I think the counter-violence will be much more extreme than the violence, but any rational person can see what’s coming,” he said, warning that the politicization of the justice system against Trump needs to stop.

He also added that the charges against the GOP front runner “are not real” and are not “for serious crimes.”

Carlson and Kelly’s discussion comes after Chutkan dismissed Trump’s efforts to throw out the charges of election interference brought against him by Jack Smith. The judge, in the dismissal two weeks ago, rejected Trump’s argument that he was within his right as president to reject the 2020 results.

The case is now before the US Supreme Court who is meant to decide whether Trump can be protected under “presidential immunity.”