According to Tucker Carlson, the presence of unindicted co-conspirators in the Capitol riot indictments indicates that those individuals are government agents, implying that the FBI was involved in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot’s planning.
“But strangely, some people who participated in the riot haven’t been charged. Look at the documents. The government calls these people ‘unindicted co-conspirators.’ What does that mean? It means that in potentially every case, they’re FBI operatives,’” Carlson stated during a Tuesday segment of Tucker Carlson Tonight. “For example, one of those ‘unindicted co-conspirators’ is someone the government identifies only as ‘Person Two.’ According to those documents, Person Two stayed in the same hotel room as an ‘insurrectionist’ named Thomas Caldwell, who’s alleged to be a member of the group called the Oath Keepers. Person Two also ‘stormed the barricades’ at the Capitol on Jan. 6, alongside Thomas Caldwell.’”
Carlson then stated that Person Two and Person Three was the riot organizers, but why didn’t the government charge them. It’s almost certain that they were working for the FBI. Carlson continued, “they were almost certainly working for the FBI. So FBI operatives were organizing the attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6, according to government documents. And those two are not alone.”
Carlson then mentions a report from Revolver News claiming that there were “upwards of 20 unindicted co-conspirators in the Oath Keeper indictments, all playing various roles in the conspiracy, who have not been charged for virtually the exact same activities—and in some cases much, much more severe activities—as those named alongside them in indictments.”
“Huh? So it turns out this white supremacist insurrection was, again, by the government’s own admission in these documents, organized, at least in part, by government agents,” Carlson said. “Are you shocked? You shouldn’t be. In March, the FBI director admitted the bureau is infiltrating as many dissident groups as it possibly could.”
The Fox News host then pointed out that there is a “huge difference between using an informant to find out what a group you find threatening might do and paying people to organize a violent action, which is what happened apparently, according to government documents, on Jan. 6.”