Biden administration puts dissidents on domestic no-fly list, Fox personality denounces dictatorship

On Tuesday night’s episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the Fox News host mentioned that the Biden administration’s TSA no-fly list was on the air just hours before America First commentator Nick Fuentes revealed that he himself was on the no-fly list. Fuentes revealed that he himself was on the no-fly list.

Carlson said, “There are reports tonight that some U.S. citizens, including those who attended the Trump rally in January, have been placed on a no-fly list by this administration and cannot fly domestically. If this is true, it’s a turning point in American history. These people were not charged with a crime and got on the no-fly list because the government didn’t like their political views, which is not democracy, it’s dictatorship. “

The National Archives reported earlier Tuesday that Fuentes said he found out he was on the no-fly list after trying to board two different flights. Both different airlines told him that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) would not allow him to board and advised Fuentes to appeal to the TSA. Of course the airlines would not explicitly say that Fuentes was on the no-fly list.

Fuentes believes he was placed on the no-fly list after attending a peaceful Trump rally in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, when Fuentes did not enter the U.S. Capitol.