‘No decent person wants to believe it’s true, but increasingly there’s evidence it is’
Tucker Carlson’s three-part documentary on the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol drew vehement opposition even before it aired — with warnings, the Fox News host was about to kill his career — and now viewers are able to see for themselves what all the furor is about.
In the first installment, aired Monday, Carlson began by noting that most Americans have assumed the chaos during the formal counting of the Electoral College vote was the result of intelligence failures or incompetence.
But that isn’t what his investigation has found. The evidence points to “incitement by federal agents” and the “intentional entrapment of American citizens,” he says in the documentary.
“No decent person wants to believe that’s true. But increasingly there’s evidence that it is true.”