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Tucker Carlson released some of the promised Jan. 6 video footage on Monday and it dealt with a variety of subjects that he said showed that we hadn’t been told the truth about what had happened on that day.

The first video and contradiction concerned the people at the Capitol. While there were people who were hooligans who broke in, the majority didn’t according to Carlson, coming in after the doors were opened and didn’t do destructive things inside the Capitol, walking peacefully like tourists through the building. Carlson pointed to the “QAnon Shaman” — Jacob Chansley, who got four years for his involvement in the events on Jan. 6.

But what did he do, Carlson asked? He said it wasn’t clear how Chansley got into the building but he showed the CCTV footage from inside the building that showed Chansley who was unarmed being escorted around the building at a variety of points by cops, who even let him in and opened doors for him. They did not appear to try to stop him. Indeed, they seemed to act as his tour guides.

Chansley even gave a prayer of thanks to God for the officers allowing them to be there.

Tucker also dealt with the continuing media lie that police officers were killed that day by rioters. Joe Biden himself has repeated this lie. Many Democrats and media continue to tell this lie to this day, generally including Officer Brian Sicknick.

Media told the lie for months before the NY Times and some of the others pulled back the lie that Sicknick had been killed that day. I reported on Jan. 10, 2021, that the cause of Sicknick’s death might not be what the media was reporting, that it may have been a result of a medical condition. Indeed there was nothing to support that he had died from an attack. As we reported back on Feb. 5, while liberal media was still spreading a false story, family reports indicated that he suffered from a stroke and died the following day, not during the riot.

Carlson showed a video of Sicknick inside the building and he said they had evidence that the Jan. 6 Committee had seen it so they knew he appeared in good condition after the rioting outside the building. Yet they did not release this video that would have shown that because it would have put a crimp in their “deadly” narrative.

Carlson then deals with the continuing mystery surrounding Ray Epps. Carlson claims that the video shows that he lied and the Committee knew it during his questioning before them. Carlson says the video shows he was still at the Capitol after he said he had left. Carlson asks them why were they still defending him since they had access to this video.

Tucker also exposed the propaganda spread by the Committee to attack their fellow members of Congress. The Committee tried to attack Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) as both an instigator of the crowd and a coward who ran from the crowd. That doesn’t make a lot of sense, yet they pushed it anyway to mock him to their base. As Carlson explained, he was one of many lawmakers being ushered out of the building by the Capitol Police and he was one of the last of the group to leave.

Carlson also blew up the story pushed by the Committee in regard to Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA). The Committee tried to suggest he had taken people on a “reconnaissance” mission prior to Jan. 6 but he was completely cleared by the Capitol Police. But that didn’t stop them from trying to smear him, as Carlson said.

Carlson has more coming, but these certainly showed there’s a whole lot there that injures the Democrats’ narrative.




Rep. Massie’s Sharp Eye Picks up Big Question in Jan. 6 Footage

By Nick Arama |

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As we reported earlier, Tucker Carlson dropped some of the fascinating clips that they’d seen after reviewing some of the more than 40,000 hours of video footage of what happened at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Those clips tend to blow up some of the narratives that the Democrats have pushed about that day.

After he released those clips, Tucker spoke with Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY). Massie said that he thought it was “poppycock” that Democrats didn’t want the video footage released because of security. He said he’s one of the people that’s supposed to be protected and he doesn’t have any problem with them being released and he thinks everyone should see them.

Massie pointed to a new Rasmussen poll that indicates 80 percent of Americans think that the video footage should be released, including 78 percent of Democrats and 86 percent of Republicans.

That poll also found that 61 percent thought it was at least somewhat likely that “undercover government agents” helped to provoke the riot.

Massie said that they also needed to get a “complete catalog of all of the Feds who were there.” “Tell us who they were, and let’s see what they did,” Massie said. Massie noted there was some “really strange behavior of people behind the police lines, in plain clothes, like touching them [the officers] on the shoulder, talking in their ear, walking around boundaries as if they weren’t even there.”

So who were these people in the plainclothes behind the police lines, touching the cops on the shoulder and talking in their ears? One would naturally conclude from their behavior that they were somehow in some way associated, maybe federal agents of some kind. What were they doing there and who were they? And how many were there? We saw previous attempts to explore that question, such as when Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) grilled an FBI official last year. Unfortunately, the Biden team hasn’t wanted to give us the straight answers to that question and they just keep ducking it.