The Tucker Carlson thread


This is typical Tucker approach to The Steal.

Starts the show with a lightweight piece about the Intelligence community photoshopping blind people into its literature. A political heavyweight such as "comedian" Adom Carolla was brought on to pad out the piece with such inane meanderings that they ended up clearly disappointing Tucker (and no doubt the audience).

Wedged anonymously into the middle of the show was this tweet. Tucker read it out verbatim and, rather than his usual approach of bringing in a talking head to discuss it all, he merely read it quickly, said that he agreed and moved on.

So.. fluff piece opens the show? Tweet encapsulating the steal is remarked upon briefly and then the show swiftly moves on.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
This s banana republic stuff if true. Government intimidating dissenting journalists.



Take a moment to Think about what a setup would entail



In order to have a "setup" like this occur in a retail environment, you need to know that the person you are trying to harass is there and for your stooge to be there ahead of time. There's two main ways of accomplishing this. One is that you would need a physical tail to follow them there and drop off your guy at the door to do the "confrontation" while number 3 moves into position with a camera. Second is you use the high tech surveillance grid to predict when that person leaves and get your stooge there ahead of time.

Alternatively you could use a "hybrid" approach where you track their phone and send your guys out ahead of time when they search for directions on their phone or GPS indicates they're following a route that they use to go to that store (but only for that store. If it's a frequent route with their grocery store along it then it could be anything).


Either scenario indicates both a violation of spying laws and a significant amount of resources being devoted to just harassing him.
 

fokm

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Saw this and had to post here:


Also, whatever happened to Tucker's being spied on by intelligence agencies? I mean, gosh, you would think that since it's been nearly two months that at the very least a lawsuit to get an injunction to stop any current spying would be filed. That is, I mean, if Tucker really felt the government was illegally surveilling him. I mean, if not Tucker himself why not Fox News? They have very deep pockets and you would think they'd be concerned that their top journalist was being spied on by the US Government.

Makes one think.
 

budoslavic

Owl
Orthodox
Gold Member
Also, whatever happened to Tucker's being spied on by intelligence agencies? I mean, gosh, you would think that since it's been nearly two months that at the very least a lawsuit to get an injunction to stop any current spying would be filed. That is, I mean, if Tucker really felt the government was illegally surveilling him. I mean, if not Tucker himself why not Fox News? They have very deep pockets and you would think they'd be concerned that their top journalist was being spied on by the US Government.

Makes one think.

It's already been reported & confirmed over a month ago.

 
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fokm

Woodpecker
Gold Member
It's already been reported & confirmed over a month ago.

I know it was confirmed. That means his civil rights were infringed. Easy lawsuit.

Journalists are there keep the government in check.

Yet no lawsuit.

Makes you wonder.
 

jollycynic

Sparrow
I know it was confirmed. That means his civil rights were infringed. Easy lawsuit.

Journalists are there keep the government in check.

Yet no lawsuit.

Makes you wonder.
Honest question. How long does it take to lay the groundwork for a lawsuit against the government, and would publicizing your intentions impede those efforts?

I could see someone making the argument that as a national media personality, he could taint the jury pool by discussing any such legal action in the media at large.
 

fokm

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Honest question. How long does it take to lay the groundwork for a lawsuit against the government, and would publicizing your intentions impede those efforts?

I could see someone making the argument that as a national media personality, he could taint the jury pool by discussing any such legal action in the media at large.
This would not be a criminal trial. There would very likely be no "jury pool."

Yes, a lawsuit against the government about this would take some time to put together. Even saying something like, "My attorneys are looking into this," would be huge.

You would think a bunch of other so-called journalists would be all over this too -- the government was spying on Tucker and admitted it. I mean, it's not about Tucker but journalism as a whole, right?

But crickets.

People have short memories and a year from now there will likely still not be a lawsuit.

I believe this is all theater. There are very few real journalists at the MSM level. There are very likely cozy relationships between many MSM journalists/media companies and the deep state.

Civil rights violated, gets exposed, and not even a lawsuit for discovery/damages, and not even a threat of one.

I'd love to be proven wrong here. Time will tell.
 
Tuckers been on leave since Labour Day weekend with guest anchors standing in.

It'll be interesting to see if he re-appears tomorrow and what his take on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 will be.

It seems that questioning the official version of that day is verboten to the US MSM ... so I wonder if there'll be any coded nods to what everyone else saw transpiring but that which Tucker cannot (((name))).
 
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