Chuck Schumer is in arms over Tucker Carlson’s release of the January 6th footage from the Capitol “riot.”
Schumer is so upset he’s calling for Fox News to take Carlson off the air, claiming that he’s manipulating his audience.
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen an actor treat the American people and American democracy with such disdain,” Schumer said. “And he’s going to come back tonight with another segment. Fox News should tell him not to.”
LOL! If anyone knows about manipulating an audience, it’s Chuck Schumer and the Democrats. That’s EXACTLY what they’ve been doing for TWO years.
Let’s take a look at the facts, shall we? Carlson released never before seen footage of the riot, including footage of Officer Brian Sicknick walking around the Capitol allegedly after the media said he was dead, the “QAnon Shaman” being escorted through the building by police, and police officers welcoming in other protesters.
The DC elites don’t want you to see that reality.
The truth is just NOT allowed. According to Schumer, Carlson needs to be banned for dishonesty. The irony!
Schumer argues that kicking Carlson off the air is necessary to preserve democracy. And the worst part? He’s been joined by elitist jerks like Mitch McConnell.
McConnell made a public statement saying, “With regard to the presentation on Fox News last night, I want to associate myself entirely with the opinion of the chief of Capitol Police about what happened on January 6.”
As video footage proved, the Capitol police lied a lot about what happened on January 6th, so it’s clear that these Senate rejects believe it’s more important to protect the narrative than it is to give Americans the truth.
If anyone or anything is a “threat to democracy,” it’s that absolute deep-state garbage way of thinking.
Let’s just be real: Carlson has every right to release this footage, and the American people have every right to see it. Schumer and McConnell need to take a chill pill and stop trying to censor anyone who doesn’t agree with them.
It’s called free speech. That USED to exist in America. And some of us are still fighting to preserve it.