On Monday night, Tucker Carlson claimed that a whistleblower within the NSA, National Security Agency, informed him that they are monitoring his electronic communications.
How did the whistleblower know this? How did Carlson know this is true?
According to Carlson, the whistleblower repeated information back to them on a story the show was working on, that only the show would know, that could have only come from Carlson’s texts and emails.
The NSA cannot legally spy on citizens; however, we know that they have in the past. In 2013, Edward Snowden leaked documents that showed that the NSA had been collecting millions of Americans’ telephone records:
“The document shows for the first time that under the Obama administration the communication records of millions of US citizens are being collected indiscriminately and in bulk – regardless of whether they are suspected of any wrongdoing.”
Tucker Carlson also spoke of the “War on terror” shifting from ISIS to American citizens. Shown in publicly available indictments, we know that the FBI had foreknowledge of the Capitol Riot on January 6th, Carlson says.
According to a report written by FBI Norfolk a day prior to the riot:
“As of 5 January 2021, FBI Norfolk received information indicating calls for violence in response to ‘unlawful lockdowns’ to begin on 6 January 2021 in Washington, D.C.,” the report outlines. “An online thread discussed specific calls for violence to include stating, ‘Be ready to fight. Congress needs to hear glass breaking, doors being kicked in, and blood from their BLM and Antifa slave soldiers being spilled. Get violent. Stop calling this a march, or rally, or a protest. Go there ready for war. We get our President or we die. NOTHING else will achieve this goal.’”
However, this contradicts a statement from a senior official for the FBI, stating that they had no knowledge of a plot to access the capitol.
According to Tucker, an FBI agent came forward this weekend stating: “The FBI had sources in that crowd— confidential sources, snitches. That’s 100 percent certain.”
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