Did Tucker pull his punches?

Did Tucker pull his punches? By John Dale Dunn.

I watched what I thought was a serious journalist blow the first night of the supposed big J6 tape release. I couldn’t help noticing that he picked stuff we already knew — and he was weak.

Where was the video of fed provocateurs and violence coordinators?

Capitol Police flash-bang and rubber bullet/baton attacks on an unarmed citizen crowd?

The deceptions about the barricades?

The beatings of unarmed women and lots of unarmed men, and one, Roseann Boyland, who died?

What was so hard about demonstrating to the public that the J6 was a Reichstag Fire scam?

Sure, he said the J6 committee lied, but he pulled his punches even on the opening night, and from there, the week went downhill fast, and he purposely got weaker and weaker.  Before the week was done, he opened his show about the International Women’s Day award?  He didn’t care — he was just going through the motions.

Tucker is a well paid and talented person, but his affection for his job made him a yellow-bellied coward just like the FBI/DOJ/Deep State automatons who do what they are told.  Tucker has access to the Capitol Police brutality, the FBI and dog provocateurs, and he shows us the shaman again — and the week is empty of the important stuff that Jim Hoft discusses here. …

He is on a short Murdoch leash.

Now he has slow-walked this, and the people who watched and waited for him to do a good job can shake their heads. Tucker and the Fox Network are afraid of the Deep State and the power of the socialist/Democrat oligarchy.


However, Tucker did expose three specific lies told by the J6 committee and the narrative, which has opened many people’s eyes. Specific lies, irrefutably exposed simply by the video. In some ways, all you have to do is show they are lying, and the rest follows.