Rep. Liz cheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn Cheney Equilibrium / Sustainability – Presented by Southern Company – What a Leading Biologist Says That Will Save Humans Anti-Trump Republicans Target McCarthy, Scalise, and Other High-Profile Conservatives Democrats Push for Increased Salary of wildland firefighters, increase mental health benefits MORE (R-Wy.) He is one of several Republicans criticizing Fox News Media for a promotional video showing an upcoming episode of the main presenter. Tucker carlsonTucker CarlsonButtigieg aims to use Tucker Carlson’s lapel to highlight paternity leave Biden’s safe space at CNN’s city hall draws a small audience as poll numbers plummet.‘s mini-series “Tucker Carlson Originals”.
The episode, which will only air on Fox Nation, the company’s paid streaming service, will be released in three parts next month and examines the January 6 attack on the US Capitol. true story behind 1 /. 6. ”
“The helicopters have left Afghanistan and now they have landed here at home,” Carlson is seen saying in the promotional video. “They have started to fight a new enemy in a new war on terror.”
Another woman apparently interviewed for the article says in the video that “false flags have occurred in this country, one of which could have been on January 6.”
Cheney, a Republican on the select committee to investigate the attack that day who emerged as a major critic of the former President TrumpDonald Trump Night Defense and National Security – Presented by Boeing – Milley Warns of ‘Sputnik Moment’ for China WSJ Releases Letter from Trump Continuing to Allege Election Fraud in PA Oath Keeper, Who Was on Capitol Hill Jan.6, Runs for the New Jersey State Assembly MORE In the days after the incident on Capitol Hill, he criticized Fox News Media for “giving [Carlson] “a platform to spread the same kinds of lies that sparked violence on January 6.”
“What [Fox News] You know, the election was not stolen and January 6 was not a “false flag” operation, “he said.
It seems that @Fox News is giving @TuckerCarlson a platform to spread the same kinds of lies that sparked violence on January 6. @Fox News You know, the election was not stolen and January 6 was not a “false flag” operation. @rupertmurdoch @jayawallace @Suzannescott @SpeakerRyan https://t.co/ODKZFVUFBa
– Liz Cheney (@Liz_Cheney) October 28, 2021
Carlson has drawn widespread criticism for his comments on the January 6 attack on the Capitol, at one point, citing unsubstantiated claims that FBI informants were among those who planned and executed the Capitol breach.
He has also criticized the police officers who responded to the riots that day, questioning their impartiality and suggesting that a black officer was an “angry left-wing political activist”.
Other Republicans also beat Carlson over the promotional video, which was shared on his personal Twitter account on Wednesday.
– Adam kinzingerAdam Daniel Kinzinger Anti-Trump Republicans Target McCarthy, Scalise and Other High-Profile Conservatives Illinois Redistricting Proposal Creates New Hispanic Seat, Sets Member vs. Member Contests All 9 Republicans Who Voted to Consider Bannon in contempt of Congress MORE (@AdamKinzinger) October 28, 2021
At least 7 white nationalist groups participated on January 6
Tucker’s lies will focus on the FBI, Antifa, and other false flag conspiracies. Flynn madness. QAnon ignorance. Replacement theory. Babbitt’s Martyrdom. Ali Akbar, Gosar and others
– Denver rigglemanDenver RigglemanHouse Democrats Select Riggleman As Adviser To Jan. 6 Committee Virginia Democrats Seek To Link Youngkin To Trump Election Claims The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented By Facebook – Jan. 6 Investigation, Infrastructure Will Dominate Week MORE (@RepRiggleman) October 28, 2021
Geraldo Rivera, a longtime Fox News contributor, He suggested in an interview with the New York Times that Carlson may be intentionally trying to provoke people with the content he and his team create.
“Tucker is wonderful, he’s provocative, he’s original, but … man, my God,” Rivera said. “There are some things that you say that are more inflammatory, scandalous and unsubstantiated. And that worries me, and I’ll probably get in trouble for this, but I wonder how much has been done to provoke, rather than illuminate. “
Rivera continued: “He’s my colleague. He’s my family. Sometimes you have to talk about your family.”
Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment.