Tucker Carlson, the host of the Fox show, "Tucker Carlson Tonight," has made a great point. Why would Assange lie? What would be his motive? "He has none," Carlson told Fox hosts of "Fox And Friends" today. According to Carlson, Assange is a "leftist," and not a Trump supporter. "As a matter of fact, many democrat experts have said the same thing," Carlson said. Where is the proof other than "because the CIA said so?"

According to Carlson, many on the left and the right want more proof than just because the CIA said so. President Obama said in a press conference last week that some of the files are "confidential." In other words, as Carlson said, "we are to just take the CIA's word for it."

CIA has lied in the past

Carlson said in a tweet "If the Russians wanted either candidate elected, it would be Hillary Clinton.

So has the CIA lied to the American people before? According to the Lock lips website, the CIA got involved in many deceptive agendas. One of these agendas, coined, "Operation Mockingbird," is on the top of the list for historians. This was when the CIA purchased and controlled the mainstream media. The CIA controlled what the people learned from popular media sources.

According to Lock lip, among these were: ABC, NBC, CBS, Time, Newsweek, Associated Press, United Press International, Reuters, Hearst Newspapers, Scripps-Howard, and Copley News Service. The CIA had many news anchors on payroll.

Assange positive that Russian government not involved in the DNC hack

In an interview with Sean Hannity, Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks claimed that the government is wrong.

He also says that the Russian government is not involved in the leak of emails that Assange released. In the interview, Hannity asked Assange how sure he was. Assange then replied, "I am 1000% sure." In the interview, Assange doubles down on the statement, saying "Russia was not involved in the elections." Assange claims that the present administration is trying to de-legitimize the Trump administration.