Tucker Carlson: 'IG Report Exposes News Media as Liars and Know-Nothings'

The Department of Justice IG report, released on Monday, has exposed the media for their lies, according to Fox News host, Tucker Carlson. He claims that the Steele dossier played a huge role in starting the Russia hoax. I would have to agree.

"The dossier was used to justify extensive spying on an innocent American citizen; that would be former naval officer and Annapolis graduate, Carter Page." Carlson said, "The top two leaders at the FBI were closely involved in the decision to do this. Other powerful people, including a former director of the CIA, knew it was happening and then lied to cover it up later. All of that was confirmed Monday by the IG's report."

"The report was a disaster for the credibility of our bureaucratic class in Washington. But it's also a big, big problem for the American news media. They were exposed as liars and know-nothings as well," he continued.

Then Carlson began giving examples:

Here's one: In early 2018, Washington Post intelligence and national security correspondent, Shane Harris, lectured columnist Kimberley Strassel of The Wall Street Journal -- someone who's frequently on this show -- about how little she knew about the story.  "Yes," he wrote condescendingly. "I am telling you the dossier was not used as the basis for a FISA warrant on Carter Page."

Now, you may wonder how he could have known that since the FISA warrant was classified. He's never explained. But it doesn't matter. It was false. And now we know it's false. But here's the key: Harris has not apologized or even acknowledged his role in repeating falsehoods.

"Democracy dies in darkness," right?  No. His motives remain shrouded in darkness.

Our government cannot be trusted. They have proved that over and over again. If you doubt them, you will be treated like a terrible person. In reality, they hate anyone who stand out and questions what's going on. They like us to remain sheep.