Tucker Carlson was on a roll on his Wednesday broadcast. He theorized that federal law enforcement aided in the planning of January 6th. If true, that would certainly be a real bombshell. That would mean that they would have to free all the political prisoners that Biden and his administration have locked up and could spur a large number of lawsuits. Did the FBI and DOJ work to make sure there would be trouble on January 6th to discredit conservatives? I don’t know and neither do you.
“Speaking of January 6th, why are there still so many things, basic factual matters, we don’t know about that day?”
Why is the Biden administration preventing us from knowing? Why is the administration hiding more than 10,000 hours of surveillance tape from the U.S. Capitol? What could be the reason for that? We need to get to the bottom of it. They could release those tapes today, but they’re not. Why?”
Then Carlson, using reporting from Revolver. news, a right-wing media outlet pointed out that several unindicted co-conspirators are not named. That is extremely curious.
If they were co-conspirators, why aren’t they charged the same as the others who are being charged with crimes? There seems to be a lot of evidence they are hiding f4om everyone, including Congress. There may not have been anything untoward by the FBI and DOJ, but they are acting suspiciously.
But if Carlson is right, that could explain why Nancy Pelosi refused Trump’s offer of National Guard troops for January 6th.
In making his case, the Fox News anchor was clear to articulate a distinction between the FBI engaging in undercover activity to observe criminal behavior — which he said is needed — and the FBI actually organizing violent action.
“There’s a huge difference between using an informant to find out what a group you find threatening might do, and paying people to organize a violent action, which is what happened, apparently according to government documents, on January 6,” he explained.
He suggested that the latter type of behavior crosses a line and added that the FBI has crossed that line before, most recently during the thwarted kidnapping plot of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D).