Tucker Interview: “Everyone Is In On It, Republicans, Dems Are All In On It”

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In an interview on FullSendPodcast, Tucker Carlson discussed the NSA breaking into his signal account. The spying was tied to Tucker’s plan to interview Russian President Putin.

He said he had hidden his plan to interview Russian President Putin because it was an interview, not because it was with Putin.

The Interview

He explained how he knew they did it – they admitted it.

Tucker had gotten a call from someone in Washington who would know if the NSA was spying. Tucker was going to Washington for another reason, but this person wanted to meet him, so he did.

The person asked him if he was “planning a trip to go see Putin, this was the summer.” Tucker wanted to know how he knew. No one knew, not his wife, his brother.

Tucker wants to interview everyone. He said, “that’s kind of my job.”

This person knew because the “NSA pulled your text with this other person you were texting.”

Tucker “was intimidated. I’m embarrassed to admit it, but I was completely freaked out by it. I called the US senator, who I know, not that well, but seems like a trustworthy person, and I told him the story. Tucker then went on TV on Monday to tell the public what happened.

Congress asked NSA, and they said they did it “but for good reason.” Tucker said during the interview, he wondered what could be a good reason to read his texts.

“Everyone is in on it – Republicans, Democrats are all in on it, and by it. I mean the assumption there’s no privacy whatsoever. That they have a right to know everything you’re saying and thinking that’s **** scary, and that’s just not a right as far as I’m concerned. You know, by the way, if you have no privacy, you have no freedom. Freedom is predicated on privacy. It’s like none of your business. Don’t even think about that…but again, if you have no privacy, you have no freedom. Yeah, how about this – it’s none of your business. If that’s not a good enough answer, then you are a slave.”


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John Holmes
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John Holmes
11 months ago

“Everyone’s in on it. Republicans and Democrats are all in on it.”
That’s because party loyalty is more important than, well everything.
The sooner people come to grips with this the sooner we can fix it.

Jerry Mander
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Jerry Mander
11 months ago
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WHAAAT? Party loyalty has nothing, ZERO, to do with this. If this was party loyalty they wouldn’t both be in on it together. Hello? This is the Globalist government we now have. There are no more parties, that’s just the illusion being maintained to keep us quiet.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
11 months ago

I find some of the disparaging remarks about Tucker in the comments offensive.

Jack Trimpey
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Jack Trimpey
11 months ago

The only ones in on it are the ones who are actually in on it.

truepatriot
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truepatriot
11 months ago

The sad thing about Tucker’s revelation is that most people I know, figured this out about 50 years ago, where has he been living?
If he thinks this is a new revelation, he’s a bit behind the game. Well, it’s good to see he’s finally catching up with the rest of us.

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
11 months ago

They are not all in it. Trump. Gaetz, Biggs and Massie are not in it. It’s a ridiculous statement which implies equivalence. Tucker could focus on those actually involved. I do not need his childish generalizations

His network has again committed an incredible act of censorship. They will let the censors off the hook and the spies too. I do not accept ethical lessons from Tucker.

Last edited 11 months ago by The Prisoner
truepatriot
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truepatriot
11 months ago
Reply to  The Prisoner

UH, he means the whole political machine. Maybe not a handful of people, but over all, both sides are as corrupt as the mafia.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
11 months ago
Reply to  truepatriot

In other words “the Swamp” was in on it.