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Today Tucker Carlson And Mike Benz Take Over CHQ

In an interview Tucker Carlson and a two-part series for the Epoch Times Mike Benz, who is with the Foundation for Freedom, which tracks government censorship, has given a chilling outline of how the United States government established a permanent domestic censorship

office under the pretext of countering misinformation and disinformation.

Initially considered for the State Department, CIA, and FBI, the censorship office found its home in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), utilizing the. DHS classified elections as critical infrastructure and online misinformation, disinformation, and malinformation as cybersecurity attacks. As Clarice Feldman observed in an article for the American Thinker, the original goal of countering Russian disinformation shifted to suppressing domestic dissent and the populist movement led by President Trump.


Tucker’s interview with Mr. Benz is the second most powerful and chilling examination of the current dystopia that is our federal government we’ve seen to date, as it expands upon much of what our friend Mike Waller reported in his blockbuster book Big Intel.


Rather than try to summarize the Tucker Carlson – Mike Benz interview we are going to embed the video so you can see it for yourself.

 Following Tucker’s interview with Mike Benz the Epoch Times posted an expanded two-part interview on their website. Initially behind a paywall, the Epoch Times later made the interview public so anyone – even non-subscribers could see it.


Here’s Part 1:

 And here’s Part 2:

 There’s not really a lot we can add to what Mike Benz told Tucker and Epoch Times Senior Editor Jan Jekielek. So, we urge you to watch all three segments from start to finish, but we will give you one tease courtesy of a post to X by @KanekoaTheGreat


A critical element (Editor’s Note: In our view the most impactful part of the censorship regime) was the seven-month pre-censorship campaign before the 2020 election. The consortium compelled social media companies to introduce a new "delegitimization" violation, targeting content challenging faith in mail-in ballots, early voting, and ballot drop boxes.


The overarching goal was narrative control, preventing doubts about a Biden victory and avoiding a crisis akin to the 2000 Bush-Gore election.


Anticipating Biden's victory hinging on mail-in ballots, early voting, and ballot dropboxes, the consortium precensored any questioning of the election's legitimacy, particularly if Trump appeared to win on election night but later lost due to late-arriving mail-in ballots.


The precensorship regime set-up the mechanism by which all questions about the 2020 election could be quashed. Anyone who challenged the election or the means by which the Biden “victory” was achieved could not only be dismissed, but be indicted, have their law license attacked and revoked, and be bankrupted in a “the process is the punishment” scheme to stifle all dissent.

  • Tucker Carlson

  • Mike Benz Epoch Times

  • censorship

  • disinformation

  • First Amendment

  • Department of Homeland Security

  • Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

  • Suppressing domestic dissent

  • Big Intel

  • precensorship

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None of this will matter if we do not re-elect President Trump . . .

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