Tucker Carlson on January 6 Narrative: 'Don't Pretend the FBI Doesn’t Stage Crimes'
Fox News host blasted the FBI and Democrats for concealing the truth
Tucker Carlson questioned House speaker Nancy Pelosi’s show trial on the January 6 “insurrection."
Recently Pelosi removed Rep. Jim Banks and Rep. Jim Jordan from the committee “investigating” Jan. 6 events and didn't bother denying it was for partisan reasons.
Carlson asked why Americans were not allowed to questions the FBI's role on Jan.6.
"Why is the Justice Department still tonight, hiding thousands of hours of footage from inside the Capitol that day?" he asked.
"What could possibly be on that tape that we’re not allowed to see?”
“Who killed Ashli Babbitt, and what was the justification for killing her?" Carlson asked.
"Government officials get to shoot unarmed protesters in the neck for trespassing, and we’re not allowed to know who did it or why?
"Is that really the new standard?
"Does that same standard apply to BLM supporters too, or just the people who voted for Donald Trump…people that don’t matter?”
”What role did the FBI play that day?
"We know for certain there were FBI informants in the crowd at the Capitol.
"How many of them made it inside the Capitol and then encouraged others to break the law?"
"Don’t pretend the FBI doesn’t stage crimes,” Carlson said, adding, “We know for a fact they do it regularly.
"We know for a fact they right before the election in Michigan for political effect.”
“Every American has the right to hear the answers and hear them immediately."
Carlson also took aim at Senator Liz Cheney for being the only Republican to remain on the commission after House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy pulled the other Republican members.
"Cheney knows she’s at the end of her rope—Cheney’s own voters despise her,” the Fox News host said.
Neon Nettle reported earlier this week that House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Republicans accused Pelosi of being responsible for security failures that led to the events on January 6 at the Capitol.
McCarthy highlighted failures that may have contributed to what happened that day.
"Dec. 14, the leadership knew there was a problem," McCarthy said.
"Even prior to that, an Inspector General report told us there was failed leadership at the top of the police for the training."