Carlson countered at one point that it’s one thing to talk about it, but lawmakers are running the country.
“These companies operate with a special carve-out provided them by Congress and Congress has never done anything to rein them in and so we’ve got, what, 96 days until the election. Are there going to be any consequences until then?” he asked again.
Jordan started his answer by talking about the importance of winning the election and taking back the House because Democrats aren’t going to do anything.
“It seems very difficult for any candidate or party to win anything if all the information about the race is controlled by people who are working for the other side, which is where we are now,” Carlson said.