Tucker Carlson is really causing a huge stir over at Fox News. And once again, it all centers around January 6th. Much like the 2020 sham election, January 6th is also a very touchy subject. Any suggestion that January 6th could be something other than what the regime media has said it is, is off-limits. This is amazing when you think about it… the actual “news people” are just blindly accepting a political narrative and have no other questions or curiosity about it – and if they stray off the plantation and actually ask questions or present a different point of view, all hell breaks loose.
Tucker Carlson and Revolver.news have been delving into the January 6th event, and they’ve concluded, based on evidence they’ve uncovered, that the FBI was deeply involved, and had some sort of “operation” in the works on that fateful day. Tucker even produced a documentary on it, and that has sent the establishment media into a tizzy. So much so, that two NeverTrump dropkicks actually quit Fox News over it (hooray!). Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes quit as pundits on Bret Baier’s stuffy/establishment political show.
And speaking of Bret, rumor has it he’s also unhappy with Tucker and some conflict is brewing behind the scenes… and based on what Bret’s been saying publicly, it sounds like those rumors are likely true.
The Hill reported that Fox News anchor Bret Baier confirmed he has “concerns” about a documentary produced by the network’s leading prime-time host, Tucker Carlson, that focuses on the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
“I didn’t get hurt by it. I didn’t get damaged by it. Were you bothered by it? Because that’s the reporting,” Brian Kilmeade, who is a co-host of the “Fox & Friends” morning program, asked Baier on Monday afternoon during an appearance on Kilmeade’s radio show.
“There’s a … Brian, I don’t want to go down this road,” Baier responded. “You know, I mean, there were concerns about it definitely … I think that the news division did what we do, we do when we covered the story.”
Kilmeade was apparently referring to reporting from NPR this week that Baier and Chris Wallace, the anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” shared their objections to Carlson’s “Patriot Purge” documentary series with Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott and the company’s president of news, Jay Wallace. NPR reported that the complaints from Baier and Wallace rose to Lachlan Murdoch, the chairman and CEO of the network’s parent company, Fox Corp.
“Patriot Purge,” purports to tell an alternative story of the Jan. 6 insurrection and features at least one subject who suggests the event may have been a “false flag” operation. It has been widely panned.