Tucker Carlson Reveals The NSA Is Spying On Him

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Tucker Carlson the most-watched host in cable news. Apparently, though, he isn’t just being watched on television by his viewers on-screen. According to a bombshell report by Tucker, the NSA (National Security Agency) has been spying on him off the screen.

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In his latest show on Fox News, Tucker revealed that a whistleblower within the United States government informed him that the NSA has been moderating his electronic communications; this whistleblower also allegedly claimed the NSA will even leak these communications in an attempt to get Tucker off the air.

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The Tucker Confirms The NSA Is Spying On Him

The whistleblower then confirmed that Tucker was being spied on by the NSA by telling Tucker about a story that he was working on that hasn’t been aired yet.

The Fox News host later stated that the only way someone could know about the story the whistleblower told him about is if his messages and emails were currently under surveillance. Tucker then condemned the NSA’s actions and stated that what they’re doing is illegal. He later ended his segment by stating that the Biden administration is spying on him.

Lately, Tucker has been reporting hard-hitting news about the FBI’s involvement in the January 6th riots. Carlson stated that the FBI had foreknowledge of the January 6th riots and even had sources within the crowd that stormed the Capitol. It appears the NSA wants Tucker to stop digging up what really happened on January 6th.

The NSA’s History of Spying On US Citizens

In 2013, Edward Snowden, a former contractor for the NSA, blew the lid on the NSA’s covert operation that involved spying on Americans. Edward Snowden exposed the NSA for not just spying on potential terrorists, but also on law abiding citizens too.

The documents that Snowden leaked revealed that the NSA was monitoring calls and texts of American citizens but the spying didn’t stop there. The rogue agency even took a step further and tapped into servers for nine of the biggest Internet companies which included Apple, Facebook, and Google.

After they tapped into the servers of Apple, Facebook, and Google, NSA agents then conducted an operation called Prism. Operation Prism involved NSA agents spying on Americans’ and foreign nationals’ photos, emails, videos, and communications on the internet.

Snowden now lives in exile in Russia, due to the fact the United States government has charged him for violating the Espionage Act.

In 2020, the U.S. Circuit of Appeals decided that the NSA’s mass surveillance operation was illegal. The decision made many people scratch their heads over Snowden’s charges never being dropped.

The NSA Isn’t The Only Problem

Americans have long distrusted governmental intelligence agencies and have a reason to do so. In 1962, the Department of Defense proposed to John F. Kennedy that the CIA should stage false flag events and then blame them on Cuba to justify a war against them.

The proposal was called Operation Northwoods and essentially aimed to commit acts of terrorism against United States Citizens and against the American military. The proposal was immediately rejected by JFK and over a year later John F. Kennedy was assassinated.