Fox News host Tucker Carlson isn’t keeping it a secret anymore. The cat is out of the bag — and America is in shock.
Speaking Tuesday, Carlson revealed that the FBI has stopped investigating serious crimes so they can devote more time to finding and prosecuting the “insurrectionists” from the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
“In order to stop people who might express unacceptable political ideas in Washington, D.C., we’re not going after people who sell fentanyl, for example, [or who] killed over 100,000 Americans, or child pornographers,” Carlson said, according to a transcript from Breitbart. “They won’t be punished.”
Carlson didn’t stop there:
Who are these people who are being pursued in lieu of tracking down fentanyl dealers and child pornographers? Who is experiencing the administration shock and awe?
Well, people like Anthony Alfred Griffith of Oklahoma. Griffith didn’t throw fire bombs at police cars. He didn’t loot anything. He didn’t torch a Wendy’s. He did something far worse than that. Here’s what he did.
According to KFOR TV, quote: “Griffith walked into the U.S. Capitol Building through the open doors on January 6, telling the agents he did not see any police officers as he entered the building. He then went to a nearby office where he interacted with some individuals before exiting the building. However, he re-entered the U.S. Capitol Building again a short time later where he meandered through the hallways and took a few photos,” end quote.
“He meandered through the hallways,” if you can imagine. And for that act of terrorism, Anthony Griffith faces seven years in prison.
Carlson went on to give other examples of the absurd results of current prosecution efforts. To read more about them, click here.