Jeffrey Clark whines to Tucker Carlson, ‘I Don’t Recognize the Country Anymore’

Written by Javed Iqbal

A few hours after the House of Representatives Committee on January 6 detailed condemnatory evidence for former President Donald Trump efforts to pressure the Ministry of Justice to put up with his false election allegations, former DOJ official and avid Trump stoog Jeffrey Clark took refuge on the friendly eater. Tucker Carlson tonight.

Clark’s home was attacked on Wednesday of more than a dozen DOJ officials served as extra fodder for a shameful party.

“They dragged him out into the street in his pajamas. What did Jeff Clark do wrong? Did he sell fentanyl? Was he human trafficking at the Mexican border? “Carlson asked, using one of the same arguments he set out to try to defend Peter Navarro, the former Trump adviser who also worked to overthrow the 2020 election when he was taken into custody earlier in the month.

“Jeff Clark did not commit any crime. What he did wrong was call for an investigation into voter fraud,” Carlson insisted, citing Clark’s involvement in Trump’s desperate actions to hold on to power.

According to Clark, his meeting with federal agents began with a “loud, insistent knock on my door” early in the morning.

“I opened the door and asked for the courtesy to be able to put on some pants and was told no, you have to get outside. So I came outside, they swept the house and eventually let me go in again and put on my pants, “Clark said, while the Fox News chyron shouted that he was” in his pajamas. ” , the former Assistant Attorney General, as a “former Trump employee.”) Clark’s electronic devices were seized during the raid, which he called “highly politicized.”

When Carlson claimed that Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray “have decided to corrupt our most basic institutions on behalf of Joe Biden,” Clark did not disagree.

“I just think we live in an era that I do not recognize,” he said after noticing his previous encounters with these two characters. “And increasingly, Tucker, I no longer recognize the country where that kind of Stasi thing is happening,” he added, referring to East Germany’s secret police.

Carlson, who may have been trying to bolster his populist credentials, chose the more accessible “Stalinist” brand when describing the DOJ’s recent actions.

“At some point, someone will fight back and it’s going to be super ugly, and I pray it doesn’t happen, but I think it’s probably going to happen,” he predicted. “It’s all so sad, and I’m sorry you got caught in your pajamas.”

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