Fox News Host Tucker Carlson was in a fly fishing store in Montana when all of the sudden a random man started to run his mouth to Tucker.
The man got very close to Tucker and said “Dude, you are the worst human being known to mankind,”.
Tucker immediately replied “I appreciate that” and then told the man to “settle down son”.
Watch the moment it happened here:
Good morning! Reposting this video of a Montana man telling Tucker Carlson he is "the worst human being known to mankind" just because. pic.twitter.com/AeZyiTbi7k
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) July 25, 2021
Business Insider covered the story and shared these details:
Fox News political commentator Tucker Carlson was confronted on Friday at a fly-fishing store in Livingston, Montana, by Instagram user Dan Bailey, who posted a video of the encounter to his account, according to Slate and HuffPo.
“Dude, you are the worst human being known to mankind,” Bailey said to Carlson in the video. Carlson repeatedly replied, “I appreciate that.”
As Bailey began to challenge Carlson on the impact of his views, Carlson whispers, “Settle down, son.” Bailey tells Carlson not to call him son before the video ends.
In his Instagram caption, Bailey wrote of Carlson, “This man has killed more people with vaccine misinformation, he has supported extreme racism, he is a fascist and does more to rip this country apart than anyone that calls themselves an American.” https://t.co/MNXb0VvGfE
— Josh Mankiewicz (@JoshMankiewicz) July 25, 2021
The bizarre part of the incident that the mainstream media won’t cover is that the man who allegedly confronted Carlson was Dan Bailey who had previously been part of the Asia Foundation.
He’s a screenshot of a short bio of Dan Bailey from the Taimen Fund:
According to several documents found on the web, the Asia Foundation is a propriety of the CIA.
Take a look:
Here’s what Wikipedia has to say about the Asia Foundation:
“The Asia Foundation (TAF), a Central Intelligence Agency proprietary, was established in 1954 to undertake cultural and educational activities on behalf of the United States Government in ways not open to official U.S. agencies.”
The Asia Foundation is an outgrowth of the Committee for a Free Asia, which was founded by the U.S. government in 1951. CIA funding and support of the Committee for a Free Asia and the Asia Foundation were assigned the CIA code name “Project DTPILLAR”.
In 1954, the Committee for a Free Asia was renamed the Asia Foundation (TAF) and incorporated in California as a private, nominally non-governmental organization devoted to promoting democracy, rule of law, and market-based development in post-war Asia.
In the 1950s, the Asia Foundation “clandestinely supported anti-Communist motion picture industry personnel, ranging from producers, directors, and technicians to critics, writers, and general intellectuals in many parts of Asia.”
In 1966, Ramparts revealed that the CIA was covertly funding a number of organizations, including the Asia Foundation.A commission authorized by President Johnson and led by Secretary of State Rusk determined that the Asia Foundation should be preserved and overtly funded by the US government. Following this change, the US government described the Asia Foundation as a “quasi-nongovernmental organizations” and said that “the core of its budget” was still provided by the US government. The Foundation began to restructure its programming, shifting away from its earlier goals of “building democratic institutions and encouraging the development of democratic leadership” toward an emphasis on Asian development as a whole (CRS 1983).
The stolen history of the CIA and the Asian Foundation: Financial records and declassified files reveal decades of distortions regarding the Agency’s ties to the non-profit https://t.co/oa4osY2x4j pic.twitter.com/v0gqAq0Eqc
— MuckRock (@MuckRock) December 16, 2017
It’s already clear that the NSA has been spying on Tucker but is the CIA doing the same thing?