THEY LIED ON PURPOSE- Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick’s Mother: ‘He Wasn’t Hit on the Head’ on Jan. 6

The death of the police officer was cited during the House impeachment managers’ presentations and arguments that Trump should be convicted in the Senate impeachment trial over his speech on Jan. 6.

In an interview, the mother of Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick refuted the reports of numerous outlets and explained that her son was not beaten with a fire extinguisher by a mob on Jan. 6, but he likely suffered a stroke instead!

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In an exclusive interview on Feb.22, she told the Daily Mail:

“He wasn’t hit on the head, no. We think he had a stroke, but we don’t know anything for sure. We’d love to know what happened.”

Weeks after the Jan.6 breach, outlets like the NY Times, CNN, and NBC updated their reports to inform the public that Sicknick was not killed by a fire extinguisher.

The NY Times was the first to report, based on anonymous sources, that Sicknick was beaten to death.

In their February update, the NY Times claims:

 “New information has emerged regarding the death of the Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick that questions the initial cause of his death provided by officials close to the Capitol Police.”

Yet, the truth is that there were reports of new information emerging about the circumstances of Sicknick’s death around the same time they published the report on Jan. 8.

The allegation that the police officer was beaten to death by a protester was cited during the House impeachment managers’ presentations and arguments that former President Donald Trump should be convicted in the Senate impeachment trial over his speech on Jan. 6.

Since the Capitol breach, Sicknick’s death was used by some pundits and elected officials while pushing claims that new domestic terrorism laws are needed.

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In early January, Sicknick’s brother also disputed the reports about his death:

 “[Officer Sicknick] texted me last night and said, ‘I got pepper-sprayed twice,’ and he was in good shape.”

Medical examiners have not released an official report on Sicknick’s cause of death. An autopsy report also was not released.

Meanwhile, no one was arrested for the officer’s death, no details have been released concerning the alleged fight and the potential suspects.

Even though the breach was captured via live-streaming video, no footage surfaced of demonstrators hitting Sicknick with a fire extinguisher.

According to the official Capitol Police statement, “officer Brian D. Sicknick passed away due to injuries sustained while on duty. “ Moreover,

“officer Sicknick was responding to the riots on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, at the US Capitol and was injured while physically engaging with protesters. He returned to his division office and collapsed. He was taken to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.”

Last week, investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald noted  that Sicknick’s death was referenced so much because it is “the only example the media had of the pro-Trump mob deliberately killing anyone,” adding that “none of the other four deaths” during the riots “were at the hands of the protesters: the only other person killed with deliberate violence was a pro-Trump protester, Ashli Babbitt, unarmed when shot in the neck by a police officer at close range.”

According to officials, two other protesters died of medical-related causes while another died allegedly due to a crush of fellow protesters.

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