Tucker Carlson says Chief of Capitol Police revealed truth about Jan. 6

 July 10, 2023

Tucker Carlson has exposed even more scandalous facts regarding the Jan. 6 protests outside the United States Capitol building.

Carlson told actor Russell Brand that he interviewed the chief of the Capitol Police and found out some shocking news about the crowds at the protests on Jan. 6.

According to Carlson, the chief of the Capitol Police, Steven Sund, said that the crowd "was filled with federal agents."

Sund served as chief of the Capitol Police from 2019 to 2021.

Carlson said he interviewed Sund for Fox News, but Carlson was let go shortly before the conversation was set to broadcast. "I was fired before it could air," Carlson said. "I’m going to interview him again."

"But Steven Sund was the totally non-political, worked for Nancy Pelosi — this was not some right-wing activist," Carlson said.

"He was the chief of the Capitol Police on January 6. And he said, oh yeah, yeah, yeah — that crowd was filled with federal agents," Carlson added about his interview with Sund.

"Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media have repeatedly insisted that federal agents didn’t orchestrate or incite the January 6 riot in an attempt to damage their common nemesis — President Donald Trump," reported Breitbart.

Questions still swirl, particularly around the identity of Ray Epps, who was the only person on camera inciting protestors that has never been brought to trial.

"Earlier this year, Carlson alleged Ray Epps lied to the January 6 Committee about when he left the Capitol grounds on the day of the riot, based on video footage from that day," Breitbart reports.

"Last year, a senior FBI official refused to answer when grilled by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) about whether the federal agency participated in January 6," according to Breitbart.