Completely Nuts Story: Ray Epps Lawsuit Blames Tucker, Fox


Ray Epps was the subject of a sympathetic ’60 Minutes’ interview.

According to Ray Epps, three years after the event, Ray Epps’ will potentially be criminally charged by the DOJ. The fact was revealed in the complaint against Fox News and Tucker Carlson.

“Finally, in May 2023, the Department of Justice notified Epps that it would seek to charge him criminally for events on January 6, 2021—two-and-a-half years later. The relentless attacks by Fox and Mr. Carlson and the resulting political pressure likely resulted in the criminal charges,” the complaint reads.

The complaint continues, blaming Fox News for the criminal charges: “… it is difficult to believe that the Department of Justice would have pursued this matter if Fox had not focused its lies on Epps, ultimately the criminal charges conclusively demonstrate the falsehood of the story that Mr. Carlson and Fox told about Epps.

Epps did more than many people already arrested. He did what he did. Tucker and Fox didn’t do it. He is on camera, riling up the crowd. It still doesn’t make sense that he wasn’t arrested sooner.

Despite his efforts encouraging people to go into the Capitol to be arrested, Epps was treated sympathetically by the media and the J6 witch hunt panel. Oddly, he was the only J6 protester the Left and J6 panel liked.

We still haven’t seen these alleged upcoming charges. If there are any, will he get the Hunter-style deal?

Epps claims he was a loyal Fox viewer and Trump supporter. He could be lying about that.

Will he really be criminally charged? We’ll see. In the meantime, as Sean Davis wrote, the story is completely nuts. It’s crazytown. Epps is on camera repeatedly telling people to go into the Capitol, knowing they’ll get arrested. He is still on the FBI field office tweet as a wanted man for his part in J6 violence, but Tucker is the bad guy?
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