Tucker Carlson: ‘Seems Like 20 Minutes Ago We Were Denouncing’ Intel Community as ‘Deep State’

Tucker Carlson: ‘Seems Like 20 Minutes Ago We Were Denouncing’ Intel Community as ‘Deep State’

At the top of his primetime Fox News program Monday night, Tucker Carlson seemingly took a dig at his network colleagues who have suddenly taken U.S. intelligence on Iran at face value after denigrating the intel community as the “deep state” for years.

He went on to accuse the intel community of pretending that President Donald Trump “was a Russian spy” before pointing out that it was faulty intelligence on non-existent weapons of mass destruction that led the United States into the Iraq War in the first place.

“People pushing conflict with Iran are the same people who did that,” the conservative host declared. “It seems like about 20 minutes ago we were denouncing these very people as the ‘deep state’ and pledging to never trust them again without verification. But now, for some reason, we do seem to trust them implicitly and completely.”

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Contemptor Staff

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