Tucker Carlson has evidence of FBI agents in the crowd on January 6

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Joe Biden wants January 6 to be the foundation of his re-election campaign.

But Biden got some bad news.

And Tucker Carlson is sitting on a January 6 scoop that will ruin Joe Biden.

During an interview with pro-Trump actress Roseanne Barr, Tucker Carlson discussed the circumstances of his firing.

“I didn’t expect to get, you know, my show canceled Monday morning,” Carlson began. “But I wasn’t, if I took three steps back, I was not surprised at all. First of all, television is like that. People get fired. There are all kinds of lines that no one will explain explicitly.”

Carlson said he could tell management wasn’t happy with the content of his show.

Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch strongly supported the war in Ukraine whereas Carlson called out Democrats and establishment Republicans for not letting anything slow down Congress’s ability to pour more than $130 billion into securing Ukraine’s border while allowing more illegal aliens than the population of all but 12 states to enter the country.

But Carlson revealed what really got everyone’s goat was when he refused to accept the media-driven falsehood that Donald Trump incited an insurrection on January 6.

“They were very nice to me the entire time I was there, but I could feel that they strongly disagreed in the war in Ukraine stuff,” Carlson continued. “But they really didn’t like that at all. The January 6th stuff.”

Carlson played security camera footage from the Capitol which showed Trump supporters peacefully walking around the Capitol as police officers opened doors for them.

This footage undercut the Big Lie in the media that every Trump supporter stormed the Capitol with the intention to overthrow the government.

Carlson told Barr that figures at the network aligned with the D.C. swamp such as liberal host Chris Wallace and Never Trump commentator Jonah Goldberg quit Fox News in protest over Carlson’s coverage of January 6.

“I think a bunch of people quit over that,” Carlson stated. “Chris Wallace should not be on television or Jonah Goldberg or you know what I mean? These are people who obviously the audience hated and shouldn’t have been there in the first place, but they were so outraged because I said, you know, it seems like there probably a lot of feds in the crowd on January 6th.”

Carlson shrugged it off saying that history proved him right.

“And now it turns out, of course, there were way more even than I imagined. The whole thing was a complete setup,” Carlson concluded.

The Director of the FBI’s Washington Field Office, Steven D’Antuono, testified to the House Judiciary Committee in January that the FBI had so many informants in the crowd that day that the Bureau lost track of them all.