The public is entitled to all videos and images relating to the events at the Capitol on January 6, 2021

Tucker Carlson. Photo via Fox News

By Robert Willmann

The fix is almost in. The presentation last night (Monday) of several videos and images by Fox News Host Tucker Carlson relevant to the protest and disturbance at the Capitol building on 6 January 2021 is very helpful regarding the issues he discussed. But there is plenty more. And at this time the new House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is blocking the public’s access to the thousands of images and videos and is letting them be filtered through the Fox News television network and one of its personalities. As the saying goes, nothing happens by accident in politics.

The most cringeworthy statement by Carlson was his excuse as to why he did not show video of people in plain clothes whispering to police and engaging in other behavior that looked out of place. Since he did not know if they were informants or agents of the federal government, he would not show the video. However, he could show the video without saying they were agents provocateurs, and just point out their conduct and that they are so far not publicly identified. Unfortunately, Carlson is helping to hide something.

His second installment on television is set to start right about now.

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31 Responses to The public is entitled to all videos and images relating to the events at the Capitol on January 6, 2021

  1. Fred says:

    Pelosi and McConnell both used their power as leaders of the legislative branch of government by withholding this video evidence from the DOJ, which therefore could not provide it to defense council. Even more egregious is the addition of audio – created by the J6 committee contractors – to create an emotional response in unwitting viewers. “Clownworld” is the phrase that comes to mind. They are terrified that the American people might figure out just what they have been up to for years.

    • Whitewall says:

      I believe Hollywood had a hand in some of the staging and production of the J6 presentations. Maybe the deal between Carlson and McCarthy is one of gradualism where some content is released and everyone else, media especially, takes to their battle stations to fling poop for a while. Mitch McConnell chimes in with indignation at the whole thing and everyone does their part. Rinse and repeat.

      • Fred says:


        The True Believers were led to believe there was an Insurrection and a police officer killed on J6. That turns out to be false, though backed up by fabricated video evidence. Numerous people have been in jail since J6 based on that evidence. But hey, media narrative so bygones and keep voting the same old way.

        • TTG says:

          Much of the evidence against those charged came from those tens of thousands of hours of video. I’m sure there are tens of thousands of hours of non-crime video. All of that video is real. None of that video negates the violent video already released.

          A thousand were charged with federal crimes from their J6 activities, 465 pleaded guilty, another 40 convicted at trial. Over 280 were charged with assault, resisting or impeding police, 100 charged with use of deadly/dangerous weapons and 50 charged with conspiracy with only a handful convicted of that charge.

          Are all these people, especially those who pleaded guilty, just crisis actors in the employ of the Clinton cabal? Or are they easily duped MAGA types who will do anything for the price of a silly red trucker cap. True believers, indeed.

          • Fred says:


            Please do not slander me with your inuendo again.
            “All of that video is real.”
            Yes, all the video that the legislative branch of governtment failed to turn over to the DOJ, a part of the Executive Branch, so that it could be given to defense council as required by US Law is real. Just like the pieces which were selectively turned over and used in both prosectution and selective leaks to the media.

            “were led to believe”
            You do understand what that means?

            “crisis actors” you are both desperate and slanderous.

            “pleaded guilty”
            How many plead guilty to attempting to overthrough the government?
            ” 50 charged with conspiracy with only a handful convicted of that charge.”

            Oh, a handful were actually convicted of attempting to overthrow the government? My bad. Convicted of conspiring to overthrow the government. How big was that crowd on J6, a quarter million? How many actually appeared on the Capital Hill grounds? “Mostly peaceful” means what? Just kidding, that’s a trick question.

            In conclusion let me say The Innocence Project is…….
            a) a fraud, or
            b) what do you mean they had bad legal council, or
            c) “One of the lessons learned from examining more than 375 DNA exonerations is that, although it may seem unimaginable, innocent people confess to crimes they did not commit for various reasons.”
            I can’t believe the Innocence Project has that quoted line on their website, because, as you put it, they plead guilty!

          • TTG says:


            There were well over 100,000 at several rallies in DC on January 6. DOJ has no interest in them. Those rallies had legal permits. Those people attended their rallies, exercised their rights and went home. DOJ only went after the 1,000 or so who entered Capitol grounds. Most are charged with the equivalent of trespass. How is 40,000 plus hours of Capitol surveillance tapes supposed to prove that any of those defendants did not trespass if five minutes of video proves they did trespass, or damage property or assault police officers? I guess we’ll find out if Tucker finds any exculpating evidence in those 40,000 plus hours of video, but I don’t see how that’s supposed to work. None of that video can prove, or cast reasonable doubt, that a defendant was not there, didn’t trespass, did not destroy property or assault a police officer.

            The charge is seditious conspiracy. “If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States.” Three Oath Keepers have pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy, and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in hopes getting lighter sentences. Ten Oath Keepers and Proud Boys were convicted of seditious conspiracy in trials and three others were found not guilty. That’s the total so far.

            BTW, both pleaded and pled are acceptable forms of the past tense of plead.

          • Fred says:


            A thousand people trespassed, even fewer damaged federal property? That’s the violent insurrection of J6 that the Left has been denouncing for two years?

            13 people? That’s the total threat to overthrow the government of the Republic? I am really disappointed in the deep state and DNC operatives if that clown show is the best that could be fabricated. You fell for that story, or were you just pushing it?

            But look on the bright side, Tucker’s reporting will distract from news of yet more boxes of classified documents Biden had available for viewing at his home, his lawyers office, or his university office. Plus the Nordstream 2 accusation and the FTX money laundering, and a few other pieces of non “fake news”. Sadly for voters and DOJ lawyers, Tucker won’t be presenting evidence in court, lawyers will. Some of them are actually competent.

          • TTG says:


            Thirteen convicted of seditious conspiracy so far. That’s 13 more than any other election cycle.

            The whole point of J6 coup was to halt the counting and certification of electoral votes, to prevent the peaceful and constitutional transference of power from one president to another. It was never to do any more than that. That’s why it’s called a coup attempt.

          • LeaNder says:

            Sadly for voters and DOJ lawyers, Tucker
            What I find most interesting about Tucker are his facial expressions, especially accompanying very, very serious matters. Not indicating he can’t keep his face straight, is suppressing laughter. … But the face often doesn’t fit whatever ‘serious’ or ‘tragic’ or ‘outrageous’ matter he talks about. He does not really believe what he says sometime.

            But knows his audience is expecting it? There is evidence of that by now. 😉

          • Fred says:


            The AG said five police officers, including officer Sicknick were murdered that day. No response from you on that false claim. Now we have gone from a violent conspiracy (involving thousands of people in D.C.) to overturn the government to thirteeen people who wanted to stop the election counting.

            Breaking news: In the fine tradition of the new FBI an agent failed to turn over more exculpatory evidence.

            Looks like a re-write of the conviction number will be in order. And you still owe me an apology.

            LeaNder, you actually watch Foxnews in Germany? It must beat watching the news about protests in Paris and Brussels.

          • TTG says:


            I give no response to that claim since I never heard it or heard any mention of it. Thirteen Oath Keepers and Proud Boys are convicted of seditious conspiracy. They certainly aren’t the only ones who wanted to stop the certification of the election and those thirteen alone would not have been able to break into the Capitol and delay the certification proceedings. They required a mob. I doubt many in that mob were witting of any seditious conspiracy. I also doubt the conspiracy was limited to a few Proud Boys and Oath Keepers, but I don’t know if anyone else will be convicted or even charged with seditious conspiracy.

            Your breaking news sounds more like possible police misconduct than exculpatory evidence. I also don’t see why I would owe you an apology. What did I say that wronged you so grievously?

      • TTG says:


        If you’re referring to the House J6 Committee hearings, I’m sure they had Hollywood-type help in producing those made for TV hearings.

        • Whitewall says:

          More to the point, I am referring to the final presentations after the hearings, this was what was shown during prime time on several networks.

          • TTG says:


            I agree. Those primetime TV presentations were clearly orchestrated with the camera in mind. They would have been foolish not to do so.

  2. Al says:

    What a BUNCH of PURE Carlson BS! He has obviously kept the tinfoil of his TV dinners inheritance and wrapped then around his head for his “tin foil” hat conspiracy addictions

    • Fred says:

      Disrediti, disqualify! But don’t talk about the evidence withheld, or the fabrications, of the legislative branch of government.

  3. jim ticehurst.. says:

    Colonel Patrick Lang…
    .Had The End Game Explained for where All This TV Propaganda Leading..A Very Long Time Ago..Colonel Lang Is Very Intelligent..And Gifted…and Honest..

    I Never Was Smart Enough..or educated enough to Understand ..What He was Saying about Who Is Really Behind All This Activity..and What Thier Objectives are…and How They were Operating Inside D.C. and New York..Pat Knows..He always Knew….

    It Has taken me many Years of wondering What He Meant…Until This Situation
    in Ukraine Developed..and I Did Historical Research Of Historical Events..Of That the Turn of the Century…The “Stolen Lands..” The Cultivation of the Russian
    Revolution..There…And All Those Now in Power…REAL POWER.. whose ancestors all
    came to New York at that Time…The Ones Colonel Lang Exposed.. The Only Ones
    That Matter….I Advise You to Do Backgrounds..Indeed..They are a Critical Mass..

    Get Well Colonel Lang..Its an Honor to Know You..Eyes on the Horizon..Sir,,

    • Fourth and Long says:

      j t,
      All true as can be. And since we’re all under constant 24 hrs per day, 365 days per year, and omnidirectional 4pi square radian electro-optical-cyber surveillance forever there is no hope. The Times is so utterly craven that not only ignored Seymour Hersh’s expose on North Stream, but yesterday led off with the lies about it that Biden and Scholz concocted in their little covert meeting held sans observers. Yes, from the steppes to Davey Jones locker in 3 lessons. I’ll be traveling to the moon myself just as soon as I can find a strong enough rubber band to power my custom made spaceship made from old cerealbox-tops.

    • Brother Nathanael says:

      This is a long, roundabout way of saying that any time someone is trying to destroy white Christians, legalize the rape of children, open your borders, push drugs onto you nation, or generally undermine Western Civilization, go to wiki and check their “Early Life” section.

    • Whitewall says:

      Since that entry by the Colonel must have been quite a while back, can you remember the date or title of the piece? I can think of a couple of worthy contenders in my 12 months reading this blog, but the thoroughness of what you mentioned seems different.


      • jim ticehurst.. says:

        Whitewall…You Deserve the Courtesy of a Reply I Believe….So..
        His…Pats… Comments were about Those “Mixing Things Up”
        At the International Level..During The Post 9/11 Events the United States Military Got Directed into …and the outcome a Middle East Foreign Nation ..Wanted The United States to Play..
        because they had THEN and Have Now…Controls Of Certain American Policys…Foreign and Domestic..And The POWER
        to Do it..Infiltrators…Networking ..In Dark Places.

        I Have Long been doing WIKI.,,Background checks on Many Individuals…In Positions of power and Influence,,,The Ones who have Hidden thier True Names,..Gregario..,The Ones Who Worship The Golden Calf. with ..Crarvans across America.
        .Bundles of Cash..And Drugs…for the New Zion…

        The Land of the Lepers..
        Where Lies are Truth..and Truth ,Lies..Pray..for Discernment..

  4. Just as an aside:
    One may wonder about the common root of the names
    Murdoch (as in Rupert Murdoch) and
    Murdaugh (as in Alex Murdaugh).
    For info see

    • Fourth and Long says:

      Yes. And a felony referred to as “Murder.” Say it with an affected British accent and see if it doesn’t sound like “Murdaugh.”

  5. Babeltuap says:

    People were breaking into the building long before Trump finished his speech. Then Pence declaring beforehand he would be certifying it regardless before the show even started….meh. People forget about Pence’s letter but there was no reason for it other than to rile up the crowd which it absolutely did.

    Those two events alone reek of a ruse. Start adding other elements like escorting the shaman guy around, Ray Epps, a magnetic door that magically opened and it’s no longer a rank smell; it’s a criminal game plan of the uni-party.

  6. Good point about Carlson. The danger is that folks will think if they pay attention to him they will be ‘well informed.’ Nahhhh, I don’t think so. Still, he is a good jumping off point.

  7. Al says:

    Carlson got the Tin Hat wearers sparking, for sure!


    Of all the major news outlets, FOX is by far the most fake and anti-American.

  9. KjHeart says:

    When I see a favorite-well liked- actor in a less-than-stellar-movie, I have a saying, “Every actor has got to eat”

    I really want to like Tucker Carlson
    I really want to like Hannity, and Tulsi Gabbard, Miles Guo and many others, and I really find that in some ways I really do like these individuals.

    I am reminded of the quote from the author (and therapist) M. Scott Peck in his book ‘The People of the Lie’ in which he says “A good lie, in order to operate in the realms of truth, must contain a lot of truth”* (I am paraphrasing from memory – just want to attribute where I first heard this concept).

    I am not calling Tucker or Hannity or any of the others (listed above) liars – just recognizing that – what they say is slanted.

    At the end of the day, Tucker, Hannity, Gabbard and M.Guo have all got to eat.


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