Censored Tucker Interview Leaked, Carlson VOWS To Do It Again
Steven Sund, the former Chief of the U.S. Capitol Police, bluntly accused both Nancy Pelosi and Mark Milley of leading a cover-up related to the January 6th Capitol Hill riots in an hour-long interview he did with Tucker Carlson.
According to Sund, the unrest that occurred on Capitol Hill would not have happened if the right people had been provided with the right intelligence ahead of the events. Sund went on to explain that the intelligence he had been given was “watered down,” and he was consistently denied any support from National Guard.
“This didn’t have to happen,” Sund stated, “Everything appears to be a coverup. Could there possibly be actually… they kind of wanted something to happen?”
The interview was leaked and originally reported by the National Pulse which revealed pieces of the hour-long interview. Included in the report was that Carlson was fired from Fox News before the interview could air.
Carlson later confirmed he was fired and during an interview with Russell Brand, he stated that Sund had told him the crowd on Capitol Hill was “filled with federal agents.”
Subsequently, the National Pulse released the first installment of the leaked interview between Carlson and Sund. The subsequent intervals will feature a discussion about a mysterious Capitol Hill figure from January 6th named Ray Epps.
Since then, both Pelosi and Milley have declined to comment and the truth behind various intelligence surrounding the attack remains unclear. However, Sund’s explosive accusation of a cover-up top ranks poses a serious blow to the integrity of those who are meant to protect the Capitol Hill.
In the wake of the attack, many are now questioning the performance of Capitol Police and those in charge. Sund’s argument, coupled with his decades of experience in law enforcement, clearly depicts a sobering reality which must now be faced.
Time will tell if the other two parts of the leaked interview will reveal any more shocking information. Until then, Sund’s accusation that intelligence was intentionally hidden stands as an unsettling reminder of the gravity of the events.