Tucker: For Dems Asking Questions About the Russia Probe ‘Is a Sign of Disloyalty to This Country’
CARLSON: "Tonight, based on our own reporting, we can tell you that Carter Page also sent email messages to members of the Trump campaign during that same period. Presumably the FBI intercepted those as well. Suddenly it looks like the Obama Administration may have spied on a significant portion of the trump campaign team. Just how many people were surveilled and to what extent? How much did President Obama know about it? We still tonight have the answers to those questions. Though we definitely have the right to them. Oh, no, we don’t, say Democrats. Asking questions is a sign of disloyalty to this country. The very people who once told us that spying absolutely never happened are now telling us that spying was perfectly justified and normal. Wife? Because Russia. Okay. Buff the funny thing is almost all of the Russian collusion evidence unearthed recently implicates Democrats. Not the Trump campaign. Yesterday we learned that, for example, senator mark Warner of Virginia was secretly sending text messages to a lobbyist for a Russian oligarch in hope of making contact with the dossier author Christopher Steele. Warner tried to hide that correspondence. I would, quote, not rather have a paper trail he texted the oligarch’s lobbyists. Traditionally in Washington, anyway, no paper trail is not an indicator of transparency. In fact, it’s a sign of wrongdoing. Now, we are not saying that senator Warner ought to resign his seat and face treason charges and we are not saying that because we are not hysterical liberals willing to poison our international relations and misuse the justice system just for cheap political ends. We do think that Warner’s behavior is worth knowing more about."