Shocking Details Emerge On The Spy Games In Washington

A new report emerged this week with shocking evidence of Tucker Carlson’s claims that the Biden administration is spying on his private communications.

It was revealed that Tucker was speaking to Kremlin media officials in Russia to possibly set up an interview with President Vladimir Putin. Once U.S. government officials learned of Carlson’s efforts to secure an interview with the Russian President, the NSA was directed to began spying on his phone calls, text messages, and emails.

During the last week in June, Carlson said on his show:

Yesterday we heard from a whistleblower within the U.S. government who reached out to warn us that the NSA, the National Security Agency, is monitoring our electronic communications and is planning to leak them in an attempt to take this show off the air. … The whistleblower, who is in a position to know, repeated back to us information about a story that we are working on that could have only come directly from my texts and emails. There’s no other possible source for that information, period. … The NSA captured that information without our knowledge and did it for political reasons. The Biden administration is spying on us. We have confirmed that. This morning we filed a FOIA request — Freedom of Information Act request — asking for all information that the NSA and other agencies have gathered about this show.

The NSA received immense backlash when they refused to answer questions or directly respond to the Tucker’s allegations. Instead they released a carefully constructed response that largely avoided the accusations and never fully answered the question at hand.

Just last week, Far-Left news network NBC interviewed Tucker Carlson. Can we take a guess NBC staff were being spied on by the NSA?

Here are the likely reasons for the NSA to spy on Tucker Carlson:

  • A more plausible scenario is that one of the people Carlson was talking to as an intermediary to help him get the Putin interview was under surveillance as a foreign agent. In that scenario, Carlson’s emails or text messages could have been incidentally collected as part of monitoring this person, but Carlson’s identity would have been masked in any intelligence reports. In order to know that the texts and emails were Carlson’s, a U.S. government official would likely have to request his identity be unmasked, something that’s only permitted if the unmasking is necessary to understand the intelligence.

Author: Asa McCue