“Where were you on June 16? Tucker Carlson reacted dramatically to Insurgency 2.0 [VIDÉO].
Published on 21.6.2022
Where were you on June 16? It was most likely a day you will never forget! It is heartbreaking to think how close this country came to losing its democracy last Thursday. It may be a long wait before you can visit the Capitol, especially considering that lawmakers Adam Schiff (California), Stephanie Murphy (Florida) and a new member, Jake Auchincloss (Massachusetts), participated in this insurrection. 2.0. However, with lots of therapy, you may one day be able to visit the Capitol. Last night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson summed it up nicely when talking about the devastating June 16, 2022 Capitol break-in: Stephen Colbert announced his own “coup.”
A report proves that on June 18, 2022, Capitol Police arrested 7 members of Stephen Colbert’s staff for illegally entering the Capitol building.
According to reports, members of the office of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), one of the most vocal members of the Jan. 6 witch-hunt committee, let Colbert employees into the Capitol, where they allegedly knocked on the doors of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Rep. Boebert (R-CO).
Fox News host Tucker Carlson also denounced the Colbert producers’ insurrection, asking if they would be held for a year and a half in solitary confinement?
The “insurgents” were imprisoned but were released a few hours later. Does that seem appropriate to you given that they are “domestic terrorists”?
“We are marked by what we saw last week. It will be a long time before we can revisit the Capitol. It will take a lot of therapy before we can regain the carefree innocence that Stephen Colbert stole from us. »
Watch Carlson recall Insurgency 2.0 last night in the EPIC video below.
Here is a transcript of Tucker’s epic demolition of the hypocritical left:
Happy Monday, if you can call it that. But you can’t. Like most Americans, you’re probably still trying to come to terms with what’s happened over the past four days. Deep national traumas are like that. Once you’ve faced something unimaginably horrible, nothing is ever the same. Nothing will ever be the same. Like prison, it changes a man.
It’s not an easy time for any of us. We understand that. We are literally – literally – still shaking thinking about how this country nearly lost its democracy last Thursday. Last Thursday was June 16, a day forever etched in our memory, a day that has joined the pantheon of tragic turning points in human history. Where were you on June 16? You will never forget and neither will we. At the time, we were preparing a show about Tony Fauci and his efforts to get another dose of Corona for the kids. It seemed important at the time. It seems so trivial now.
As we were speaking on the air at this exact moment, a team of seven saboteurs had entered the Capitol compound and then proceeded, as saboteurs do, to intrude on the Capitol itself. In these hallowed halls, in the very bowels of democracy, these saboteurs began their hunt for members of Congress. That’s what happened, ladies and gentlemen, and if that sounds shocking to you, it’s increasingly heartbreaking.
It was not a spontaneous insurrection. No, it was a meticulously planned hit from afar. The group on Capitol Hill was under the direct control of an extremist called Stephen Colbert, who, as a white person, is, by definition, a white extremist.
This white extremist, Stephen Colbert, had a fifth column in the Capitol to help him carry out his evil plan. He had members of Congress in his service. Members of Congress who, believe it or not, helped insurgents get into the Capitol, open the doors and let them in. Yes, it can happen and that fifth column included Adam Schiff from California, Stephanie Murphy from Florida, and a new member called Jake Auchincloss from Massachusetts, which taints his last name. These three members of Congress allowed the wreckers to enter the Longworth House Office Building.
While inside, the insurgents tried to gain access to a restricted area, but they were thwarted by the brave law enforcement who arrived, risking their lives to get the insurgents out. places. But that was not enough, as hours later an aide to Deputy Auchincloss secretly allowed the insurgents back into the Capitol complex. And then around 8:30 p.m., they caused some kind of trouble. Details are still hazy tonight, but according to a report, they were banging on windows inside the Capitol, trashing the place, committing violence against our democracy. And for that, apparently we hear tonight, they were put in jail, but a few hours later they were out again.
The man who controlled this coup attempt, Stephen Colbert, knew exactly what he was doing. He knew the stakes. He knew the crimes he was committing and we know that because last year this white extremist, Stephen Colbert, explained that grown men who illegally enter the Capitol to harass members of Congress are not pranksters. They are not protesters. They are domestic terrorists.
STEPHEN COLBERT: Lord, have mercy. There are dark topics we touch on occasionally on the show, but rarely have I been as upset as tonight. It’s the most shocking, tragic, unsurprising thing I’ve ever seen and his followers did what he told them to do. Behaving in a way is… what’s the word? Deplorable. One of these domestic terrorists even broke into Speaker Pelosi’s office and put his feet on her desk. They now live in an alternate universe that is collapsing in on itself. It’s like a black hole of whiteness, and it wasn’t a peaceful protest. It was homecoming Charlottesville.
Oh, that’s shocking. They are domestic terrorists. Stephen Colbert, in what the literary community calls foreshadowing, described his own coup, and yet Stephen Colbert still has access to the airwaves and digital media, spreading his hatred unhindered, convincing future generations of insurgents to do what his team of saboteurs did last week. This must stop. People who plan coups must be silenced.
There is recent precedent for this, and anyone who disagrees should be logged out of Amazon Web Services immediately. It’s not about spreading hate, but preventing white extremist Stephen Colbert from bringing his message of insurrection to the country won’t solve what the rest of us are going through, which is trauma and, as with all trauma, journalists are most deeply affected.
We are marked by what we have seen. We’re all Kasie Hunt tonight. It will be a long time before we can revisit the Capitol and forget where we were when democracy was shaken to its very foundations. It will take therapy. It will take a lot of support from other survivors before we can regain the carefree innocence that Stephen Colbert stole from us and feel safe again. We are not alone in our despair tonight.
We will need a criminal investigation. Obviously, there will probably be a Jun 16 commission, probably led by Liz Cheney, Adam Shiff, and of course, if Adam Kinzinger isn’t too tearful of that more recent uprising, he would be an exceptional option.
We can’t let this memory die. These “insurgents” must be punished. Fortunately, there is recent precedent that allows this issue to be addressed appropriately. Curiously, however, Stephen Colbert’s insurgent team was imprisoned overnight. This seems rather strange as we have heard many times that the penalty for insurrection must be severe.