NSA Denies Tucker Carlson Show Worth Sabotaging


Resident Canadian
Dec 1, 2020
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In a rare rebuke of a public figure alleging himself to be an intelligence target of the United States, the National Security Agency on Tuesday roundly rejected claims of illegal surveillance leveled by Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

In defending Carlson from allegations of slander last year, Fox News’s attorneys effectively argued in court that the host is widely known to traffic in hyperbole and “non-literal commentary.” Viewers can tell by the “general tenor” of his show that he is “not stating actual facts,” they said.

The court ultimately sided with Fox News, agreeing that “any reasonable viewer” would treat Carlson’s claims with “an appropriate amount of skepticism.”


House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is coming to the aid of Tucker Carlson, saying, that he wants answers about the claim that the National Security Administration read the emails of the Fox News host.

Fox reporter Chad Pergram paraphrased McCarthy saying, that he wants answers and he's tasking Devin Nunes to do it.
Matt Gaetz has actually asked for an inquiry into the NSA based on Tucker Carlson's allegations.

This country is screwed. Seriously. We're done. We're a laughing stock of complete bullshit now that nobody wants to do anything about.