Twitter CEO Elon Musk responded to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s criticism new January 6 footage.
The Democratic and RINO freakouts of Tucker Carlson’s coverage of the January 6 video footage have been mounting.
Here’s what Mitch said about the January 6 coverage.
“With regard to the presentation on Fox News last night, I want to associate myself entirely with the opinion of the chief of the Capitol police about what happened on January 6.”
Musk hit back with an epic comment against McConnell’s remarks.
“I keep forgetting which party he belongs to,” Elon Musk said of McConnell’s criticism of the footage.
As Nick Arama From Red State writes:
Indeed. So do we all sometimes and that’s a problem. Many responded to Musk, saying “uni party” which I think was the point Elon was making. Tucker Carlson also went there during his remarks about the reactions to the coverage. Elon was able to understand withholding the video and the January 6 committee misleading for a political agenda was wrong, yet Mitch is not challenging the Democrats where they need to be challenged here. That’s a problem if he’s supposed to be the Republican leader in the Senate. He also should be defending Fox’s free speech even as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tries to suppress it and target them.
As my colleague Kira Davis so beautifully described it, this is the “attitude of the gatekeeper” — the folks who think they get to control what you see. For your own good of course. It isn’t up to you to see the facts yourself and make up your mind. You must stand with the written depiction that they give to you. Elon is questioning that, we are questioning that. And that’s why the panic is so thick at this moment.
Earlier this week, Elon Musk reacted to the initial release of the January 6 footage, calling the actions of the January 6th committee as ‘deeply wrong.’
“Besides misleading the public, they withheld evidence for partisan political reasons that sent people to prison for far more serious crimes than they committed,” Musk wrote.
“That is deeply wrong, legally and morally,” he added.