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 April 4, 2023

Tucker Carlson says Jacob Chansley should sue Liz Cheney over Jan. 6

Jacob Chansley, known by the moniker "QAnon Shaman" as related to the Jan. 6 incursion, was recently released from prison, but to a halfway house where he's required to live for six months. 

The timing of the man's release came conveniently after Fox News host Tucker Carlson opened the curtains -- via footage from that day that had been locked away -- to show that Chansley wasn't quite the demon that the liberal media made him out to be.

However, following up on the case, Carlson recently made the argument that Chansley should file suit against former Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney (R) "for the crime she committed against him and against our justice system."

"The Biden administration is demanding that Chansley serve another six months in a halfway house just to make sure his life is destroyed," Carlson said during a recent show.

"Let’s hope that when he finally gets out, he has the energy to sue Liz Cheney of UVA for the crime she committed against him and against our justice system," he added.

"Jacob Chansley often called the QAnon Shaman got out of prison yesterday. Chansley was the single most famous person arrested on January 6th. Video of him standing in costume on the floor of the senate played endlessly on cable news it made him a symbol of what they told us was an insurrection," Carlson said.

Social media reaction to Carlson's suggestion was strong, with many agreeing, given Chansley's life was essentially ruined.

"Should Jacob Chansley sue the January 6th committee for withholding video evidence from the court?" Matt Wallace tweeted.

A number of people have posted photos of Chansley at the halfway house he was ordered to stay in for six months.

"Jake will make his thoughts known about all that has happened when it is the right time to do so," Chansley's attorney tweeted.

It's unclear what route Chansley and his lawyer will take, but it'll certainly be one to watch if he begins filing lawsuits.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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