ALEX JONES (INFOWARS HOST): Now look, I talked to Tucker Carlson and I'll leave it at that, and I talked to some of his crew. I'll leave it at that. Some of the crew was here two weeks ago, and the one big rule about fight club is you don't talk about fight club, and the other big rule about fight club is you don't talk about fight club. I talk to Joe Rogan basically every day. Don't really ever talk about it or get into it because those are personal relationships.
And I know what happened last night on Fox News. It's a big deal, but I purposely made the decision to not ask Tucker about it. That way I don't violate any of his work he's doing because I'm going to give him a chance to respond to what's happened in his own voice. But I did know what happened last night watching the show because I know how the show is produced. I know what was reportedly going to be on there last night and it wasn't there.
So I made some phone calls. And not to Tucker and I confirmed that indeed, what I thought was going on was going on. Steve Bannon figured it out, too. I'll be on his show tomorrow morning talking about this and he contacted his sources and confirmed. So I really wasn't going to talk about this.
But Sharyl Attkisson, very respected investigative journalist, has talked to her sources and confirmed it so – they call this parallel construction. Instead of getting it directly from Tucker, because I don't want to really violate our friendship like that, I want to leave him and his show production alone. I went ahead and got it from other people. And it's just – it's outrageous. And that's all I can say. It's huge.
And it really is emblematic of the war going on in this country and just how serious and intense it is if somebody like Joe Rogan or Tucker Carlson or Alex Jones or Sharyl Attkisson is going to put it all on the line to bring you the truth. What ends up happening to them?
And I'm not going to get at all the inside baseball about this today. I'm going to cover it at the bottom of the hour. I'll cover some other news before then. And then I'm going to cover what's really going on at the bottom of the hour. But here's the bottom line.
The deep state muscled in and put incredible pressure on Tucker, who was bringing the goods yesterday. But he told me, and I know what they've got and it was going to devastate the system. Because just the footage we have is the federal informants that provocateurs staging it and attacking and their own text messages that came out the January 6 commission saying they orchestrated the attacks like Ray Epps.
But Tucker has the HD of the feds inside, opening the doors, bringing the people in. And he focused on the lies on Monday night. He focused on a lot of other stuff last night like Capitol Police and how they basically were stood down. That was important as groundbreaking about what he's done is make it the main focal point of discussion, the top story In the United States the last three days. And so that's bringing forward all the resurgent news that's already there that proves this was a provocateured, staged, synthetic event.
But the smoking gun information did not get out last night and you could see the production where it was a bunch of filler and a bunch of other canned stories added because the battle over what was going to air last night went on until very close to showtime.
And so this is really emblematic of the struggle of the American people, the people of the world, to know the truth. I mean, this is footage that they wouldn't let people use in their trials, like Q Shaman, who was sentenced to four years in federal prison after spending a year and a half in jail. That's almost six years for being led in by the police and let in and brought into the Senate chambers. And then he thanks them and says a prayer with them. Maybe he gets a trespassing charge. But they let him in. I mean, they wouldn't let him have that in trial. That's just one of the issues here.
And they have 40-plus thousand hours of footage. Just the footage we have from outside and inside is incredible. Footage our reporter Sam Montoya shot of the police officer executing Ashli Babbitt, and he's been indicted for just being there.
So it's a huge war on free speech.
Now it's up in the air right now. And I said, I got to the bottom of the hour. But you know me, I never give you cliffhangers. I just tell you right upfront, I can't help myself.
But there's a battle going on. And then, Tucker, at the end of the show last night said with a super close-up, he never does that. He said, we're not stopping. This is going to come out. And I know Tucker well. This will get out one way or another or he'll leave Fox.
So that's where we are. By the way, Fox News needs Tucker Carlson. Tucker Carlson doesn't need Fox News.