Conservative civil rights attorney Leo Terrell has spoken out in support of Tucker Carlson amid the backlash from the Washington D.C. establishment over the Fox News star’s explosive reporting on the Jan. 6 Tapes.
On Monday night, Carlson dropped the first of his reports on the thousands of hours of Capitol Hill security footage that his team obtained from January 6, 2021, as Slay News reported.
Carlson released never-before-seen footage from Jan. 6 that finally exposes the Democrats’ “deadly insurrection” narrative to be a lie that was peddled by the media.
The video footage, for the security cameras in and around the Capitol, has previously been withheld from the public by the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives, until now.
The footage appears to dispel several narratives pushed by the Democrat-led House Select Committee and their allies in the corporate media.
Previously, no mainstream journalist would question the narrative that was being promoted by the anti-Trump Democrats.
Democrats have been accused of using that day as an opportunity to put people in jail and demonize Republicans, despite many violent BLM rioters and looters never being held accountable.
The Daily Caller posted a clip of Carlson along with a quote from his show:
“In the process, many lives were destroyed, and some people are STILL in jail tonight…
“They haven’t even been put on trial yet.”
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 8, 2023
Carlson concluded the footage proves that lawmakers and the media were “lying” about the events that took place on Jan. 6.
The first batch of the footage shows President Donald Trump’s supporters peacefully touring the building, “sightseers” as Carlson put it.
But the footage of the rioters overwhelmingly consumed the news coverage of Jan. 6, which many in D.C. have shamelessly compared to 9/11 and the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Capitol police officers were seen escorting Jacob Chansley, a Navy veteran widely referred to in the liberal media as the “QAnon Shaman,” around the building without incident.
Carlson reported that officers were seen showing Chansley around, even trying to open locked doors for him.
At one point, at least nine police officers were seen in close proximity to Chansley, and none of them slowed him down, as Carlson noted.
Chansley was later arrested and federally charged for “knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority, and with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.”
He was sentenced to nearly four years in prison.
Many others who were arrested in connection to Jan. 6 have also received long prison sentences.
Leo Terrell fired back in support of Carlson and warned that justice is being “denied” for the Jan. 6 prisoners.
“Justice delayed is Justice DENIED,” Terrell tweeted.
Justice delayed is Justice DENIED https://t.co/JYLtRQSrJE
— TheLeoTerrell (@TheLeoTerrell) March 8, 2023