NSA overview finds no proof supporting Tucker Carlson’s claims NSA was spying on him, sources say

Tucker Carlson is 'furious' at Fox News executives for not supporting his NSA spying claims, sources say

Carlson had claimed that the company was spying on him and deliberate to leak his communications to take him off air.

One of the sources mentioned that Carlson’s title was picked up in third-party communications and his id was unmasked, that means others talked about him of their communications. In the NSA international intelligence reviews, the names of Americans are redacted, or “masked.” Certain licensed US officers have the authority to request the names of these people if they’ve a justifiable purpose.

The Record first reported this story.
The NSA declined to touch upon Saturday. Last month, when the accusations had been made, the NSA tweeted an announcement indicating the Fox host’s declare “is untrue.”

“Tucker Carlson has never been an intelligence target of the Agency and the NSA has never had any plans to try to take his program off the air,” the assertion mentioned.

“For the NSA to unmask Tucker Carlson or any journalist attempting to secure a newsworthy interview is entirely unacceptable and raises serious questions about their activities as well as their original denial, which was wildly misleading,” a Fox News spokesperson mentioned in an announcement to Source.

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