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After a long and contentious battle for the Speakership, Kevin McCarthy is understandably eager to prove his bona fides to the America First constituency. In perhaps one of his most encouraging displays yet, McCarthy has agreed to give Tucker Carlson access to over 41 thousand — yes, thousand — hours of Capitol Police surveillance footage.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has given Fox News’ Tucker Carlson exclusive access to 41,000 hours of Capitol surveillance footage from the Jan. 6 riot, McCarthy sources tell me.
Carlson TV producers were on Capitol Hill last week to begin digging through the trove, which includes multiple camera angles from all over Capitol grounds. Excerpts will begin airing in the coming weeks.
Why it matters: Carlson has repeatedly questioned official accounts of 1/6, downplaying the insurrection as “vandalism.”
Now his shows — “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Fox News, and “Tucker Carlson Today” and “Tucker Carlson Originals” on the streaming service Fox Nation — have a massive trove of raw material.
Carlson told me: “[T]here was never any legitimate reason for this footage to remain secret.”
“If there was ever a question that’s in the public’s interest to know, it’s what actually happened on January 6. By definition, this video will reveal it. It’s impossible for me to understand why any honest person would be bothered by that.”
Predictably, the fake news media is outraged at the prospect of anyone other than them having access to the footage.
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) February 21, 2023
Charlie Kirk had Revolver News’ Darren Beattie on his program to discuss the release of this footage. Beattie pointed out some dark aspects of the above media commentator’s history which can be explored in more detail in this classic Revolver piece.
After dispatching Tucker’s detractors, Beattie explains where the Fedsurrection bodies are buried, offering advice to Tucker’s producers on where to target their search for damning footage further exposing the Fedsurrection lie.
Watch the full interview for the straight dope: