A key narrative about January 6 just collapsed

The media claimed that Officer Sicknick was killed by blow from a fire extinguisher, but medical exams showed no evidence of a corresponding injury. Government officials have finally admitted that he died of natural causes from two strokes; this comes over two months after his body was cremated and buried.

Federal prosecutors have used allegations of an armed, violent insurrection/terrorism to justify holding multiple suspects without out bond for months awaiting trials. Now we understand that there were no arms seized at the Capitol and Sicknick’s death was from natural causes.

Can those held without trial based on false narratives demand release and claim damages?

For background here is a report that Sicknick was “slain by mob” and mentions that his body was cremated before burial:

The article shows that no guns were recovered from arrests at the Capitol:

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Was he the same one they originally said was beaten to death with a fire extinguisher?

Yes. His family said the death was from a stroke weeks ago.

Two Arab-Americans are held without bond and face possible 20-year sentences for allegedly using pepper spray on Sicknick and two other officers. If they weren’t Trump supporters, the media would be screaming racism.

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First a fire extinguisher, then bear spray right?

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Yes, bear spray is the current narrative.

If only they had used lasers that can cause permanent eye damage, everything would be forgiven.

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And in the end, the truth is he had 2 strokes?

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So if this cop wasn’t killed in the riot, how many people were actually killed in the riot?

Four people died at the Capitol on January 6. All were protestors. Two died of heart problems, one from a drug overdose, and Ashli Babbitt’s death was ruled a homicide.

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Don’t use their description. If there had been an actual riot or an insurrection Washington would have burned. Amazing how “mostly peaceful” only applies when it’s Leftists.

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“Homicide , the killing of one human being by another. Homicide is a general term and may refer to a noncriminal act as well as the criminal act of murder. Some homicides are considered justifiable, such as the killing of a person to prevent the commission of a serious felony or to aid a representative of the law.”

“There are five manners of death (natural, accident, suicide, homicide, and undetermined)”

No cops? No pols?

Yes. Homicide and murder are not the same.

The exception, of course, if death involves a white police officer and a black suspect. Then the media are happy to equate the two.

Also, the Capitol Police have history of lack of transparency and poor oversight going back well before January 6.

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It’s about the Constitution. Separation of powers stuff.

No, only Trump supporters / civilians. Allegations of bear spay and photos of guy in a buffalo hat are what they have left.

Of course the shooting of Republican congressmen by a Bernie campaign worker was not “domestic violent extremism” according to the FBI. I guess the shooter forgot his buffalo horns.

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It occurs to me the liberal left wing and it’s media flunkys have had a bad few days. This story, that Brian Sicknick wasn’t bludgeoned to death by bloodthirsty QAnon obsessed fire extinguisher wielding Trump lovers…Tucker Carlson had a great montage of a collection of very serious somber faces from the alphabet networks and MessNbc and cnn tonight telling the world it was that awful orange man’s fault…one of those somber faced frauds claimed Trump should be charged with murder…

This all on the heels of the “Russian bounties on Americans and Trump didnt do anything about it” story which all the leftists including our new president bear to death. That was also a lie…

Give these liberal narratives long enough and they always fall apart…I m curious which fake story will collapse next.

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Yes. The problem is that the same lies get repeated and the media rarely spend much time admitting their errors.

Loads of people still believe the debunked “fine-people” narrative and the “drinking-bleach” hoax.

I suspect that the “homicide by fire-extinguisher” tale will be added to the list of myths that become an article of faith for Democrats. It is sort of like their version of the tooth fairy.

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People still believe that Sarah Palin said she “could see Russia from her house” despite it actually being an SNL skit.

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Yes. An the impeachment prosecutors actually used the fine-people hoax as part of their case at the trial.

It is pretty bad when Democrats believe their own lies.

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The lies been told…and corrupt ■■■■■■■ over at Hoover building covering the truth up is getting old.

And they wonder why we don’t believe any ■■■■ they’re saying. It’s gotten so bad they’re now lying to our faces.

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The “we” you refer to, is a small amount of people. Loud, but small.

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