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In recent days Tucker Carlson has come under fire for his growing skepticism about voter fraud in the recent Presidential election. Many think he is trying to play some sort of "gatekeeper" role -- appearing sympathetic to claims of voter fraud while at the same time subtly undermining them.

This is why there was such a sharp reaction to his recent coverage of Trump's legal team, where he basically said "show me the evidence or I'll cry."

This surprising change in Tucker's behaviour has in turn raised speculation about possible motives. One of the more interesting theories is that he has been "compromised" and is being blackmailed. But what could a fine, upstanding family man like Tucker be blackmailed about?

How about Pizzagate?

It appears now that Carlson was in fact once a regular customer at Comet Ping Pong, the "pizza restaurant" at the center of the what is referred to as the "Pizzagate Conspiracy Theory." 

A review of the restaurant by 
Tom Sietsema in the Washington Post from 2007 places Tucker firmly at the ground zero of Pizzagate:

The appeal of such a venue is broad. Families appreciate the joint for the obvious (be warned: the sounds of restless little ones can easily outmuscle Dean Martin and Rosemary Clooney on the soundtrack), and the stargazing can be prime. Among the VIP regulars are ballet director Septime Webre and talking head Tucker Carlson, but even Donald Rumsfeld has dropped by for a pie.

Pizzagate is the "much derided" idea that there is a network of pedophiles running or influencing the US government. "Much derided"? Yes, but of course any theory like this which directly threatens the establishment would be "much derided" by the mainstream media
 even if were 100% true. So, the fact that it routinely dismissed as a "crackpot conspiracy theory" means next to nothing.

If Tucker were somehow involved with a pedophile network, this could explain not only why he suddenly changed tack on the election but  also why he actually "lost" some important documents relating to the corruption of the Biden family. 

As he "explained" at the time:

On Monday we received from a source a collection of confidential documents related to the Biden family. We believe those documents are authentic, they’re real, and they’re damning … We texted a producer in New York and we asked him to send those documents to us in LA … He shipped those documents overnight to California with a large national carrier brand … But the Biden documents never arrived in Los Angeles. Tuesday morning we received word from the shipping company that our package had been opened and the contents were missing. The documents had disappeared.

Really, it looks like Tucker, who likes asking questions on his show, has got quite a few questions of his own to answer.


Anonymous said...

Guess ol Tucker has some splainin to do!

Anonymous said...

Good luck on ever getting to the bottom of this. They all protect (and exploit) each other!

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