Tucker Carlson: We are witnessing the most aggressive crackdown on civil liberties in our lifetime

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This past January, just two days before Congress was scheduled to certify Joe Biden as the winner of the Electoral College, the House sergeant at arms received an urgent message. 

The message came from the man who, at the time, ran the Capitol Police department, Stephen Sund. Sund wanted  National Guard troops to stand guard around the perimeter of the Capitol complex. Sund knew, as everyone in official Washington knew, that an enormous protest against the Electoral College certification was about to take place. It was coming to Washington. Yet, for reasons that are not clear, the sergeant in arms refused that request. 

Then, on January 6, as Stephen Sund predicted, thousands of protesters did arrive in Washington. As the crowd grew and became unruly, Stephen Sund made five more urgent requests for soldiers of the Capitol. Sund was still begging for…

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