House Speaker Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) stands firm in his decision to give Fox News’ Tucker Carlson access to unreleased footage of the January 6th events, citing “transparency” as a large factor in his move.
Kevin McCarthy doesn't regret giving Tucker the J6 footage:
"I said at the very beginning: transparency. What I wanted to produce for everyone was exactly what I said so people could look at it and see what went on that day." pic.twitter.com/uYJHyWuhuv
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) March 8, 2023
House Speaker Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) recently responded to media critics who asked if he regretted giving Fox News’ Tucker Carlson access to unreleased footage of the January 6th events. Despite the criticism, McCarthy defended his decision, citing “transparency” as a large factor in his move to give the Fox News host access to the footage.
WATCH: Kevin McCarthy Turns The Tables On Reporters After They Try To Shame Him For Giving J6 Tapes To Tucker https://t.co/KYRDcFu7gm
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The California Republican went on to take a shot at CNN, referencing how their media coverage has raised serious security concerns for members of Congress like himself in the past. He then reminded the frustrated reporters a second time that he wants “to make sure transparency goes forward.”
McCarthy’s decision to give Carlson access to the footage is a refreshing move that shows he is not afraid to stand up for what he believes in. It is also an example of how conservative politicians are willing to take a stand against liberal media outlets like CNN, which have been known to spread false information and push their own agenda.
The House Speaker’s decision to give Carlson access to the footage is a reminder that conservative politicians are not afraid to stand up for what they believe in and that they are willing to take a stand against liberal media outlets like CNN. It is also a reminder that transparency is important and that it should be respected. It is clear that McCarthy is committed to making sure that the truth is revealed and that people can come to their own conclusions about what happened on January 6th.