The Washington Post recently published an article titled “Tucker Carlson draws bipartisan backlash for ‘false flag’ claim about Jan. 6 in new documentary.” It quotes politicians critical of Carlson’s documentary. But not one of them had viewed it. It hadn't been released.
But the article does ignore evidence that the media’s Jan. 6 narrative is rubbish.
The media uses the word "insurrection" concerning the Jan. 6 riots — but no one has been charged with that crime (18 U.S. Code § 2383).
Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert asked Attorney General Merrick Garland in a hearing, “Has any defendant involved in the January 6 events been charged with insurrection?” Garland responded, “I don’t believe so.”
Are we to believe that the Department of Justice pays more attention to concerned parents at school board meetings than insurrectionists? Or is it a fact that there were no insurrectionists at the Capitol on Jan. 6?
We've been through this before — the Russian collusion hoax. Funded by the Democrats, enabled by the FBI, and disseminated by the news media, that fiction served the same purpose as the debunked “Jan. 6 insurrection.”
Why is the truth not good enough for the mainstream news?