Tucker Carlson got his hands on a smoking gun that showed Joe Biden broke the law
Tucker Carlson was red hot.
The popular Fox News host was ready to blow the lid on a major scandal.
And Tucker Carlson got his hands on a smoking gun that showed Joe Biden broke the law.
Carlson led off a recent broadcast with a monologue about the latest push by the Biden administration to purge the American political system of Trump supporters.
In his comments, Carlson described how Attorney General Merrick Garland signed off on subpoenas for 40 Trump associates.
FBI agents with guns served the subpoenas in a coordinated attempt by the Justice Department to attack Joe Biden’s political opposition.
Carlson announced to viewers that he obtained the subpoena and it was an unconstitutional general warrant harassing private citizens over their political opinions.
“This show has obtained a subpoena from Merrick Garland’s DOJ issued in the past week. And what it demands is both unlawful and without precedent in American history,” Carlson stated. “Now keep in mind that any claim you make as an American citizen about electors, any claim you make about American politics period, is protected explicitly under the First Amendment. That’s our core freedom, it’s why we live here, it’s why we’re proud to be Americans. It’s why so many American servicemen died protecting our country. Those are the freedoms that they fought to preserve.”
“But right now, according to the subpoena that we have obtained, Merrick Garland’s DOJ is demanding all communication from the following people on this topic, and let’s be clear before we read their names, that it is not clear what this investigation is actually about and that’s the most terrifying part,” Carlson added. “What is this? On what grounds are you demanding my private communications with people? They never say.”
Carlson then ticked off a number of Republicans who received Justice Department subpoenas.
The Daily Caller reported that “Republican National Committee official Joshua Findlay, Trump attorney John Eastman and former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, attorney Jenna Ellis, New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik, and Trump’s current attorney Boris Epshteyn” were among those the FBI served subpoenas.
Carlson warned that the true purpose of the Justice Department serving these subpoenas was to cripple the Trump movement and the Republican Party by either jailing anyone who supports Trump or intimidating them into leaving politics altogether.
“So what is this about? It can’t possibly be about January 6, the fake insurrection, the only insurrection in history with no guns. The insurrection in which the only person shot to death was a Trump supporter. No. The point of this is to suppress political dissent. To hobble an entire political party and to keep any of these people from ever participating in American politics again. And by the way, the cost to each one of these individuals or to any person at whose house the FBI shows up is enormous,” Carlson concluded.