On Sunday, Fox News tends to sound a lot differently than it does the other 6 days of the week. Much of that is because Chris Wallace hosts a Sunday show and is more than willing to ask Republicans difficult questions.
This weekend, Wallace invited Wyoming Congresswoman and Trump villain Liz Cheney onto his show and let her go off on his co-worker Tucker Carlson.
Seemingly referring directly to Carlson, Cheney told Wallace:
“You know, it’s the same kind of thing that you hear from people who say that 9/11 was an inside job. It’s un-American to be spreading those kinds of lies and they are lies. And we have an obligation that goes beyond partisanship, an obligation that we share — Democrats and Republicans together — to make sure that we understand every single piece of the facts about what happened that day and to make sure the people who did are held accountable. And to call it a false-flag operation, to spread those kinds of lies is really dangerous.”
Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of Fox News:
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