The occasions of January sixth have been broadcast reside on all cable information channels. Supporters of Donald Trump stormed the US Capitol and had no drawback attacking any police officer that stood of their approach.
However some on the proper are beginning to flip towards these law enforcement officials. On Tuesday 21 Republican congresspeople voted towards a invoice to honor those that protected them that day. And tonight, Tucker Carlson unveiled a brand new conspiracy principle that the rebellion was really an FBI false flag operation.
The Fox host told viewers, “We all know that the federal government is hiding the id of many regulation enforcement officers current on the Capitol on January 6, not simply those that killed Ashley Babbitt. In response to the federal government’s personal courtroom filings, these regulation enforcement officers participated within the riot, generally in violent methods.”
Carlson continued, “We all know that as a result of with out fail, the federal government has thrown the e-book at most individuals who have been current within the Capitol on January 6. There was a nation-wide dragnet to search out them. A lot of them are nonetheless in solitary confinement tonight.”
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The Fox host closed his principle, “However unusually, a few of the key individuals who participated on January sixth haven’t been charged. Take a look at the paperwork, the federal government calls these folks unindicted coconspirators. What does that imply? Properly, it signifies that probably each single case they have been FBI operatives. Actually? Within the Capitol on January sixth?”
Carlson has at all times been barely unhinged, however has crown much more indignant for the reason that November election. Tonight was simply one other clear instance of that.
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