Tucker Carlson Says Capitol Police Chief Admitted ‘Jan 6 Crowd Was Filled With Feds’

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In his first public interview since being fired from Fox News, Tucker Carlson sat down for Russell Brand’s podcast.

While the whole interview is interesting, one section turns to the events of January 6th.

Carlson said that he had interviewed the chief of the Capitol Police who said the January 6 protest crowd “was filled with federal agents.”

Breitbart reports: On Friday, Tucker Carlson sat down for Russell Brand’s podcast during which the subject turned to the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill. The former Fox News host said he spoke to chief of the United States Capitol Police, Steven Sund, who served from 2019 to 2021.

Carlson said he interviewed Sund for Fox News but the conversation was never broadcast. “I was fired before it could air,” he said. “I’m going to interview him again.”

He continued: “But Steven Sund was the totally non-political, worked for Nancy Pelosi — this was not some right-wing activist. 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.”

Watch below:

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.

But questions still abound, especially over the identity of Ray Epps, the only person caught on camera inciting protestors who 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.

Watch the entire interwiew below:

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