The Fox News personality suggested that President Joe Biden is not really in charge at the White House.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson has previously elicited controversy for tirades against the first lady Jill Biden's academic background and "Dr." honorific.
Michael Hayden reacted angrily to the House minority leader's calls for an investigation into claims the NSA was spying on the Fox News anchor.
"Although NSA publicly denied targeting Carlson, I have serious questions regarding this matter that must be answered," Rep. Kevin McCarthy said.
The Fox News host claimed on Monday that the NSA has been spying on him but the agency denies he is an intelligence target.
Tucker Carlson said the NSA statement was "written purely for the benefit of the intel community's lackeys at CNN and MSNBC."
Carlson claimed that a whistleblower had confirmed to him that the NSA is monitoring his email and phone messages.
Tucker Carlson sensationally claimed: "The Biden administration is spying on us. We have confirmed that."
The conspiracy theorists claim the antivirus software entrepreneur leaked spying claims to the Fox News host.
The internet entrepreneur, currently facing extradition to the U.S. from New Zealand, claimed that every American journalist is being spied on.
"Things like that should not happen in America, but unfortunately, they do happen and, in this case, they did happen," Carlson said.
"We can't get numbed about what Tucker Carlson is doing and what Fox News is allowing to go over its airways," the commentator said.
The Fox anchor condemned the Joint Chiefs of Staff general's comments about Critical Race Theory.
The Fox anchor repeated his criticism of Milley's testimony to the House Armed Services Committee.
America's top general told lawmakers that troops should be "widely read" and he wanted to understand "white rage"—prompting a barrage of criticism from the Fox News host.
Rose McGowan was on Fox News show "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Wednesday to express her support for Britney Spears, hours after her conservatorship court hearing.
Tucker Carlson branded Don Lemon a "successful victim" who "runs away from diversity" during his Fox News show.
Carlson told his audience Fox News won't be "calling for the Department of Justice" to investigate the cookie jar he also linked to QAnon.
On Tuesday's Tucker Carlson Tonight, the show's host debuted the conspiracy theory that the FBI could have been involved in organizing the Capitol riot.
Carlson recently doubled down on his suggestion that the FBI could have been involved in organizing the Capitol riot.
The Florida congressman discusses the conspiracy theory about the insurrection on Newsmax which has also been pushed by Tucker Carlson.
"First, how many of the so-called insurrectionists on January 6 had a relationship with the FBI? How many of these FBI moles encouraged others that day to break the law at the Capitol?" Carlson said if the answer was none, he would apologize for being wrong.
The Fox News host claimed on his show that the storming of the Capitol had been orchestrated "at least in part" by government agents.
The Fox News host loves to rally against those he accuses of participating in "cancel culture." But despite mutual loathing, he and his enemies have a symbiotic relationship.
Carlson suggested that unindicted co-conspirators involved in the Capitol riot could have been FBI agents.
The Fox News host said they would never normally play a tape of a foreign adversary criticizing the government, before showing clip from Putin's NBC interview.
The conservative commentator had apologized for calling Barack Obama "a racist" during a segment of "Fox & Friends" in 2009.
A Rhode Island mom told Fox News that she believed a local school was "shaming" kids for their American heritage.
The conservative commentator's remarks come after a trove of emails, sent and received by Anthony Fauci, were released under the Freedom of Information Act .
"Tony Fauci is no longer a scientist, assuming he ever was one," Tucker Carlson said on Wednesday. "Tony Fauci is a figure of religious veneration."