Greg Kelly, host of “Greg Kelly Reports” on Newsmax TV, trolled the “DEEP STATE” NSA and FBI in a lengthy text to Fox News host Tucker Carlson after it was revealed that the intelligence agency was illegally monitoring Carlson’s electronic communications in an effort to get his show taken off the air.
After Tucker Carlson revealed that the National Security Agency was illegally monitoring his electronic communications in an effort to get his show taken off the air on the latest episode of Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Greg Kelly sent a text to Carlson trolling the agencies and posted the message on Twitter with the caption: “Easiest way to lodge a complaint with the DEEP STATE? Text Tucker Carlson.”
Easiest way to lodge a complaint with the DEEP STATE? Text Tucker Carlson: pic.twitter.com/VFBMsKgbL9
— Greg Kelly (@gregkellyusa) June 29, 2021
“Hey Tucker. Great show. brb – I gotta send a message to the Deep State,” wrote Kelly to Carlson. “HEY DEEP STATE. ESPECIALLY THE NSA AND FBI reading my private communications with fellow American citizen Tucker Carlson since he is apparently a person of interest in your political (and illegal) Witch Hunt. GO TO HELL.” Kelly added, “Stay out of it,” and, “Just because Biden and the media are asleep, the Constitution is NOT.”
As National File reported, “Carlson announced during his nightly show on Monday that he has been warned by a whistleblower about plans made by the National Security Agency to intercept his electronic communications and use them as leverage to force “Tucker Carlson Tonight” off the airwaves, in an unethical and unconstitutional breach of power.” The NSA spying revelation was met with widespread backlash online.
— Bernard B. Kerik (@BernardKerik) June 29, 2021
As expected, mainstream media pundits, Democrats, and Deep State personalities who support the ongoing weaponization of the National Security apparatus against American citizens strongly refuted Carlson’s claims, quickly racing to the defense of the agency.
Spoiler alert: The NSA isn’t spying on Tucker.
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahDispatch) June 29, 2021