After Many Denials, NSA Finally Admits That Tucker Carlson Was Unmasked | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

After Many Denials, NSA Finally Admits That Tucker Carlson Was Unmasked

Tucker Carlson's name in communications intercepted by the National Security Agency was revealed through the means of "unmasking," according to a new report.

The Fox News host's communications, which were said to be about listing an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, were not an aim of the NSA, which the agency has already started, and were not accidentally collected through the process of spying on a foreign target, sources told the Record.

The report announced Carlson's identity was rather disclosed through a process recognized as "unmasking," which is when the names of U.S. citizens that are mentioned though covered up in final intelligence reports about the surveillance of foreigners are published upon the request of authorized officials, who have the ability to request the disclosures, often to better learn the information.

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