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Tucker Carlson Finally Addressing the Fed Elephant in the 1/6 Room – Lectured by Twitter That Feds are Good
Andrew Anglin, Daily Stormer, Jun 17 2021

I tell it true: Tucker Carlson is truly great, he is just a tad bit slow on the uptake. Or maybe Andrew Anglin is simply an expertly fast uptaker. Regardless of the state of the neurological uptake systems at work here, the fact is that eventually, Tucker eventually gets to the point. On Tuesday, he got to what might be the single most important point of all at this current hour, which is that the violence on Jan 6 at the Capitol was carried out by agents of the FBI. As you know, I’ve been saying that since the event happened. On the very night of the event, I published an article entitled “Charlottesville 2 in DC,” explaining that the entire event was setup by the feds to create a narrative. There was nothing organic about it. On Jan 28, I reported on the fact that the leader of the Proud Boys was an FBI informant working as an undercover agent. That same week, I noted that the people identified as breaking out the windows were members of the Proud Boys. On Feb 10, I reported that the leader of the Oath Keepers was also an FBI agent. I have also pointed out that the pipe bomb hoax is totally fake, and that proving that would unravel the entire hoax. I have pushed these issues obsessively and continually. On Jun 14, Revolver News published a piece entitled, “Unindicted Co-Conspirators in 1/6 Cases Raise Disturbing Questions of Federal Foreknowledge,” revealing the information that is in that headline. The whole event was filled with “agent provocateur” FBI shills. That’s AFTER the cops disappeared from the Capitol grounds almost completely, and the ones who remained waved in the protesters. Tucker’s Tuesday piece cited that article. He explained that the people promoting violence on Jan 6 were cops, and suggested accurately that the entire thing was planned by the cops. The segment went viral on Columbia Bugle’s Twitter.

I had to fight back tears when Revolver was introduced as “the last honest outlet on the internet,” but the segment was simply fantastic. Finally. Finally. Finally. The entire event was staged by the cops. The media has gone into overdrive trying to shut this down. Chris Hayes did a segment saying that asking any questions about the FBI having all of these undercover agents and informants involved in the Jan 6 event is a QAnon conspiracy.

In much more serious business, Andrew Cuomo brought on Andrew McCabe, the former Assistant Director of the FBI! to try to claim this is all a big mix-up.

All these networks have been doing nonstop segments saying it isn’t real.

While not on air, the media is out there tweeting up a storm.

None of them are giving any explanation as to why all of these cops were at the event engaging in acts of violence and encouraging others to do so. Twitter actually did give an explanation, they put a bizarre label on the Tucker segment, saying that the informants that were at the event did nothing wrong, and that they can’t be charged with crimes for engaging in false flag acts of violence.

On Wednesday, Tucker responded to Twitter’s strange admission with another killer segment.

This is the heart of the matter, right here. The way the media is freaking out proves that beyond any shadow of a doubt. And God bless him, Matt Gaetz is bringing the issue to Congress.

That should at least partially make up for the fact that he voted to make Juneteenth a holiday!

We expect that from “Madam I’m Sorry” Greene, but not from you, Matt! Very weird but, okay, nevermind that. Let’s get this investigation going. Let’s force the Biden Government to explain why both the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers were run by feds, get them to explain why they are shilling this pipe bomb hoax, why the cops invited people into the Capitol, why there were all of these agents there committing acts of violence. They can’t explain any of that, which means that this entire stupid, fake, dumb hoax about a “domestic terrorism threat” has to be thrown out completely. The threat is the feds. It’s the same threat that has existed for decades in this country. The people that are going to commit violence, the people that want to take away your rights, the people who want to hurt your family. They are not QAnon believers, and they are not Russians or Chinamen: they are agents of the federal government. If we prove that this entire 1/6 thing was a fed hoax, and it shouldn’t be hard to prove, then the Biden Government has to back off of all of this stuff they are doing to hunt down and imprison white people for disagreeing with the media. That’s just first off. Then, from there, we can begin to investigate all of these other hoaxes committed by the Department of Justice and the FBI in order to silence and enslave normal everyday Americans who just want to live their lives in peace. They can’t wiggle out of this one.

The jig is up!

Media hushes up report suggesting FBI involvement in Capitol riot, as White House turns anti-terrorism efforts on American people
Graham Dockery,, Jun 17 2021

Fox News broadcast possibly the most consequential report in recent cable news history on Tuesday night. Fox host Tucker Carlson alleged that the Capitol Hill riot on Jan 6, dubbed an “insurrection,” an “assault on our democracy,” and “domestic terrorism,” may have been, at least partly, an inside job. Carlson’s claims were first made a day earlier by Revolver News, an upstart right-wing news site. Revolver pored over charging documents against members of the ‘Oath Keepers’ and ‘Proud Boys’ militias who took part in the riots, and discovered that alongside the rioters were dozens of “unindicted co-conspirators.” These co-conspirators (UCCs for short) allegedly committed crimes equal to or greater than those of the militia members, but were kept anonymous in the court documents and not charged. Some of them allegedly booked and paid for hotel rooms for militia members, others provided transport to Washington DC. They set up communications channels on walkie-talkie-style apps, and used these apps to whip their comrades into a riotous frenzy. One UCC said in a Proud Boys group chat:

I want to see thousands of normies burn that city to ash today.

Another, identified only as “Person 1,” replied:

God let it happen… I will settle with seeing them smash some pigs to dust.

One alleged member of the Oath Keepers, 65-year-old Thomas Caldwell of Virginia, was charged with conspiracy, obstructing an official proceeding, destruction of government property, and unlawful entry on restricted building or grounds, a rap sheet that could see him face 20 years in prison. However, a certain “Person Two” who took part in the exact same actions as Caldwell was not charged. Neither was a “Person Three” who offered Caldwell a hotel room and spoke of bringing explosives to the riot. The fact that these individuals have not been named is suspicious, but isn’t conclusive proof of foul play. Co-conspirators often remain anonymous and escape charges if they strike plea deals and inform on their comrades. Yet the first plea deal in the Oath Keepers case was struck in April, three months after the first indictment mentioned UCCs. Altogether, 20 UCCs were mentioned in the Oath Keepers case. Other reasons for anonymity are “pragmatic considerations and evidentiary concerns,” broad terms that at least in the Caldwell ‘Oath Keepers’ case, don’t add up, given the evidence against “Person Two” is every bit as solid as that against Caldwell.

The FBI has admitted to infiltrating right-wing militias before, and when the country’s attention was focused on the threat of Islamic terrorism rather than white extremism, research suggests that three quarters of would-be jihadi bombers were given the explosives to carry out their attacks by the FBI. The militia plot last year to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer was orchestrated almost entirely by the FBI. The plotters’ driver and ‘explosives expert’ were both agents, while the militia’s head of security was an undercover informant. At every meeting leading up to the supposed kidnap attempt, an FBI source was present, and out of the five men who drove a van to kidnap Whitmer, three were FBI agents and informants. In a further bizarre coincidence, the FBI agent in charge of the infiltration operation was promoted after the plot was foiled, and given a position in the agency’s Washington DC field office. He now oversees the prosecution of hundreds of Capitol rioters. Again, none of this proves federal involvement in the events of Jan 6. It merely suggests the possibility. A bipartisan Senate report blames the riot on “intelligence failures,” and FBI Director Christopher Wray told the Senate in March that his agency would “do better” to prevent such incidents from taking place in the future. Revolver called for lawmakers to ask Wray three questions in light of the latest report. In short, the questions are:

  1. To what extent were the militia groups present on Jan 6 infiltrated by federal agencies or their informants?
  2. Exactly how many agents or informants were present at the Capitol during the infamous “siege” and what roles did they play?
  3. And finally, of all the UCCs referenced in the charging documents, how many worked as confidential informants or undercover operatives for the federal government?

Florida Rep Matt Gaetz, a stalwart defender of former President Donald Trump, has already written to Wray asking these exact questions. However, the mainstream media has rushed to attack Carlson and Revolver News founder Darren Beattie, calling their claims “baseless” “conspiracy theories” and “propaganda.” Twitter even posted a warning on Wednesday, reminding users that “federal law does not permit cooperating witnesses or informants to be charged with conspiracy, despite a baseless suggestion by Tucker Carlson.” However, Twitter’s warning makes the exact same argument as Carlson did: that the witnesses or informants were not charged, as they were witnesses or informants. Whether or not the FBI took part in or partly instigated the riot, the events of Jan 6 have already been used to drum up support for a new domestic war on terrorism. Hundreds of defendants have been arrested in what prosecutors termed a “shock and awe” campaign. Liberal pundits compared the riot to Pearl Harbor and 9/11, while penning articles calling for a dramatic expansion of the surveillance state and the forcible “re-education” of Donald Trump’s supporters.

And the Biden administration is on board. A month after Attorney General Merrick Garland told the Senate that “racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists… specifically those who advocate for the superiority of the white race,” are the nation’s top terrorist threat, the White House released its new domestic terrorism strategy on Wednesday. The strategy promises an extra $100m for the DHS and DoJ, and also states that the federal government will work closer with social media companies to combat “extremist content,” and “disinformation and misinformation,” nebulous terms used by many to denote content that counters the establishment narrative. The report also promises funding for all federal agencies to “ensure domestic terrorists are not employed within our military or law enforcement ranks.” Its stated goal is “to prevent individuals who pose domestic terrorism threats from being placed in positions of trust.” With “domestic terrorist” and “Trump supporter” often conflated by the media and top Democrats, the strategy will likely be seen by the right as an attempt to politically purge the nation’s institutions. Regardless of whether the true extent of alleged federal involvement in the Jan 6 riot is ever uncovered, Americans will be living with the consequences of that day for years, if not decades, to come.

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