“Strangely, some of the key people who participated on Jan. 6 have not been charged. Look at the document. The government calls those people unindicted co-conspirators. What does that mean? Well, it means that in potentially every single case, they were FBI operatives.”
Tucker Carlson, insinuating the FBI was part of the January 6 riots on Capitol Hill
“But these people are running around saying, ‘There is no vote fraud because, well, there’s no prosecutions.’ Well, have you gotten the gist of how hard it is to get a stinkin’ prosecution? Have you gotten that yet? So, it’s really hard to get one.”
Jay DeLancy, a former U.S. Air Force colonel and executive director of North Carolina’s Voter Integrity Project, lamenting his failed efforts to highlight voter fraud in the state
“During the conversation, Ms. Brunstetter said her husband was the architect of Amendment 1, and one of the reasons he wrote it was to protect the Caucasian race. She said Caucasians or whites created this country. We wrote the Constitution. This is about protecting the Constitution. There already is a law on the books against same-sex marriage, but this protects the Constitution from activist judges.”
– Chad Nance, a freelance journalist in Winston-Salem, NC, paraphrasing a comment made by Jodi Brunstetter, wife of North Carolina State Sen. Peter Brunstetter, about North Carolina’s “Amendment One,” which would outlaw same-sex marriage in the state.
Jodi Brunstetter conceded using the word “Caucasian,” but now says she was misquoted. Wow – even the spouses of politicians have learned how to play the victim!