Tucker Carlson noted that the Capitol hill riot has been compared to some of the darkest days in American history, according to The BizPac Review.
“You may be surprised to learn how little we know even now,” Carlson said. “It’s remarkable how many of the basic questions remain unanswered more than a month after the fact.”
Carlson discussed the five individuals that died on Jan. 6.
All those that died were Trump supporters including the Capitol Police officer.
One woman may have been trampled in the mayhem. A man had a heart attack due to underlying health issues. Another man suffered a stroke and wasn’t even inside the Capitol building.
Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed Air Force veteran that was shot to death by a police officer.
The government has not offered details of her death.
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died at the scene.
Democrats have portrayed the chaos as an “armed insurrection” instigated by Trump.
“Capitol Hill police officer beaten to death with a fire extinguisher by a white supremacists’ mob. … That account forms the basis of the myth the Democrats have constructed around Jan. 6,” Carlson pointed out.
“But, in fact, the story they told was a lie, from beginning to end,” Carlson said.
A contradiction in stories has revealed that the Police officer that was allegedly beaten to death with a fire extinguisher told his brother that he had been pepper-sprayed. Within the next 24 hours the officer died.
“Both cannot be true.”
“We do know for certain that the known facts of what happened on Jan. 6 deviate in very important ways from the story they are now telling us,” Carlson argued. “And in many places the known facts bear no resemblance to the story they’re telling. They’re just flat-out lying.”
“Democratic partisans used a carefully concocted myth, a lie, to bum-rush America into overturning the old order and handing them more power. It worked flawlessly. So why wouldn’t they do it again?” Carlson concluded.
From The BizPac Review:
He added that the former head of the Capitol Police said there was no intelligence there would be trouble, but the media disputes that, which raises the question of why security that day was inadequate to handle the riot.
Carlson maintained that the Capitol riot tale serves the same purpose as the “sad death” of George Floyd, whose death was reportedly attributable to a fentanyl overdose rather than being murdered by cops.