Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (D) shared the fake news on Friday, the day Republican Senate blocked a bill aimed at setting up a commission to investigate protests and riots on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol, declaring that the “angry mob” that rushed to The U.S. Capitol that day “killed a police officer.”
“An angry mob attacked our Capitol, our legislature, and our electorate. They killed a police officer. And Republican leaders would rather we all not know part of what what happened, ”Clinton said:
An angry mob attacked our Capitol, our legislature, and our electorate.
They killed a policeman.
And Republican leaders especially want us all to be unaware of what happened.
– Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 28, 2021
Clinton explained to Officer Brian Sicknick, as originally developed by the media to build the story that he was injured in a firefighter. However, that is not true. The medical examiner found there is no evidence of blunt force trauma. In fact, the chief medical examiner in DC at last ruling that Sicknick “suffered two beatings and died of natural causes.”
As the Washington Post reports:
The release, released Monday, will make it difficult for prosecutors to pursue murder cases following the officer’s death. Two men are accused of assaulting Sicknick by spraying him vigorously with chemicals during the siege, but prosecutors have not tied up the exposure of Sicknick’s death.
None of the dead HAPPENED among the participants was found to be the cause of the violence other than Ashli Babbitt, who was “shot as she was climbing the open door of the Speaker’s Lobby,” per NPR. – READ MORE
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