Tucker Carlson repeatedly interviewed a man he described as a disabled veteran. The FBI is accusing the same man of organizing an Oath Keepers militia to aid the Capitol insurrection.

Tucker Carlson has interviewed Thomas Caldwell, who was indicted by the FBI on Thursday on charges of seditious conspiracy for his role in coordinating the Oath Keepers' attack, Media Matters reported.

In October of 2021, Caldwell joined "Tucker Carlson Tonight". According to Media Matters, he said he was not a member of the Oath Keepers and never entered the Capitol.

Records from his Facebook account were collected by the FBI to reveal the extent of his involvement in the insurrection.

Us storming the castle. Please share. Sharon was right with me. I am an instigator. She was ready for it! "Didn't mind the tear gas, didn't even mind it," Caldwell said in a Facebook message on January 6. We need to do this at the local level. The capitol of Ohio is being prepared for a storm. Tell me when!

The affidavit also included several messages exchanged between Caldwell and two others who were accused of being his co-conspirators.

My wife and I were at the Comfort Inn Arlington/Ballston the night before. Meeting up with Oathkeepers from North Carolina.
If we wanted to, we could hunt at night here. I don't know if Stewie has gotten out his call to action, but it's a little late. We are doing this on our own. We will link up with the north carolina crew.
Paul is bringing someone to his room. He will be the force of action. It's going to be cold. We need a place to stay.

In the following months, Carlson continued to push a "false flag" narrative about the insurrection and interviewed Caldwell twice more on his Fox shows, once in November and again this past Thursday, after he was indicted by the FBI.

According to the indictment, Caldwell was one of the leaders of the Oath Keepers' quick reaction force teams that were ready to quickly transport firearms into Washington, DC, in order to stop the lawful transfer of presidential power.

On January 2, Caldwell sent a text message asking for boats to ferry weapons across the river.

"If we had someone standing by at a dock ramp near the Pentagon, we could have our Quick Response Team with the heavy weapons standing by, quickly load them and ferry them across the river to our waiting arms," Caldwell said, according to the indictment.

The Department of Justice said in a press release that Caldwell could face 20 years in prison if convicted of seditious conspiracy.