Media claimed Sicknick died following a blow to the head from a fire extinguisher by rioters. The medical examiner’s findings prove that to be false.
What the story really says is that both CBS and ’60 Minutes’ are willing to publish sloppy hit pieces on those who defy their narratives and no longer think it necessary to even remotely justify this propaganda.
Two men were charged for using chemical spray against Capitol police, but neither were charged in Sicknick’s death, the cause of which is being kept hidden from the public.
FBI Director Christopher Wray refused to disclose details surrounding Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick’s January death.
The false fire extinguisher narrative published by the NYT spread far and wide through outlets such as the BBC, USA Today, the Associated Press, and others.
“He wasn’t hit on the head, no. We think he had a stroke, but we don’t know anything for sure,” Gladys Sicknick told the Daily Mail.
We can expect that the lies and coverups that already have occurred related to Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick’s death will be magnified across every other fact related to these events.
The New York Times quietly corrected a major month-old story about deceased Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick as the Senate impeachment trial came to a close last week.
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