WATCH: Tucker Carlson slams media, Dems for Jan 6 committee prime time show trial

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson slammed mainstream media on Thursday for airing the first public trial of House Speaker Pelosi’s Jan. 6 select committee during primetime news hours and said that FOX News is the only American news channel “that will not be carrying their propaganda live.”

Carlson called out broadcast news networks for airing Jan. 6 “propaganda” instead of focusing on much larger issues that are currently facing the United States, such high gas prices, increase in drug overdoses, the economy careening towards a devastating recession, and the United States being on the brink of a nuclear war.

“The other networks can’t be bothered to cover any of that tonight. Instead, they’ve interrupted their regularly scheduled programming to bring you yet another extended primetime harangue from Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney, about Donald Trump and Q anon,” Carlson said. “The whole thing is insulting. In fact, it’s deranged and we’re not playing along.”

“This is the only hour on an American news channel that will not be carrying their propaganda live. They are lying and we are not going to help them do it. What we will do, instead, is to try to tell you the truth. We’ve attempted to do that since the day this happened. We hated seeing vandalism at the US Capitol a year and a half ago, and we said so at the time. But we did not think it was an insurrection. Because it was not an insurrection. It was not even close to an insurrection,” Tucker Carlson insisted.

The Fox News host explained that not a single person in the crowd was found to be carrying a firearm and that the only person who wound up shot to death on January 6 at the US Capitol was an unarmed protester.

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