Without knowing the real definition of the word, insurrection, Tucker Carlson half jokingly claimed that seven members of Stephen Colbert’s staff committed it. Allegedly, a group of staffers from “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” including Robert Smigel, the voice of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, were arrested on Thursday night for unlawful entry at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. Tucker and his KKKult of ‘Two Stupid’ think their actions are what defines, insurrection.
News of their arrest is all the rage on Fox ‘News’ and regurgitated by their KKKult elsewhere. There is absolutely no evidence to support Colbert’s staff “was in the Longworth House Office Building for anything other than a taped comedy bit.”
Tucker took his bogus claim even farther and said the group was there to harass sitting members of Congress, mainly, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert. Of course, he had no evidence to support this claim either.
He also suggested that “It’s likely that some members of Stephen Colbert’s team will be held in solitary confinement for a year and a half without being charged. Why? Because this is an insurrection.”
According to a statement from CBS, a camera crew with comedian Robert Smigel and his Triumph the Insult Comic Dog character shot segments for an upcoming Colbert comedy segment on Wednesday and Thursday that “were authorized and pre-arranged through Congressional aides of the members interviewed. After leaving the members’ offices on their last interview of the day, the production team stayed to film stand-ups and other final comedy elements in the halls when they were detained by Capitol Police.”
Capitol Police said that the crew had been told to leave the office building earlier in the day — and that seven people were charged with unlawful entry; an investigation is now underway that could lead to additional criminal charges.
Tucker informed his KKKult, “Now that’s the exact same charge that many January 6 defendants face.”
He also took several swings and many misses at Rep. Adam Schiff and suggested that Rep. Liz Cheney form a panel to investigate what “really ” happened when Colbert’s crew did not storm the Capitol Building, injure police officers, play a role in several deaths, looted computers and other property, defecated in a member of Congress’ office, threaten to hang the vice president, trashed the building, etc.
Someone needs to send TucKKKer and his KKKult a dictionary that is bookmarked to the page where the definition of insurrection is located unless, of course, some GQPer banned the book, which would not shock anyone.