On Monday, Carlson guest and attorney Joseph McBride accused RR of being a cop and supplying weapons to entrap the 1/6 rioters. When the @ryanjreilly confronted McBride with details, McBride said “I don’t care. I don’t give a shit about being wrong.” https://t.co/lNngcum2RL
— Danny Wicentowski (@D_Towski) December 10, 2021
But as HuffPost went into more detail explaining why the idea that Rally Runner was some sort of undercover law enforcement agent was absurd, McBride shifted a bit. He said his job was to defend his client, and he didn’t “need to be right” in everything he claimed.
“If I’m wrong, so be it, bro. I don’t care,” McBride said. “I don’t give a shit about being wrong.”
McBride said he was simply “theorizing things” and “not publishing conclusive findings,” and he said his appearances on Carlson’s show were a part of his effort to combat the narrative being given about his Jan. 6 clients.
“If this guy turns out to be some, some guy who runs around the Cardinals’ stadium with his face painted, then that’s great,” he said. “If that’s the truth, then so be it, and God bless America.”
In a surprising turn from Tucker Carlson’s usual behavior, the Fox News host went at Trump’s neck on his internet show by saying it was “appalling” that Trump has yet to donate any money to his supporters that were arrested in connection with the January 6th Capitol Riots.