TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): We're told there was an insurrection on January 6. That's obviously a lie, but if anybody can be shown to be insurrecting that day it's a mysterious man called Ray Epps who appears to be in his late 60s. He's on camera a number of times encouraging people to breach the Capitol. So, if you are trying to get to the bottom of the insurrection, you definitely want to do something about Ray Epps, but he has not been indicted. He's not facing charges so far as we know.
Now, supposedly the January 6 committee spoke to Ray Epps today. It wasn't public, we're not getting a transcript of that interview for some reason, but that announcement's pretty strange because several days ago, Adam Kinzinger told us that the committee had already spoken to Ray Epps and, in fact, he held Ray Epps up as a hero and thanked Ray Epps for his cooperation.
What is going on here?
Clearly they're lying about Ray Epps, there's no question about that, but what exactly are they hiding? No one on the committee has explained whether Ray Epps was in communication with any U.S. government agency. Why won't they just tell us that? Don't we have a right to know?