For weeks the media led the public to believe that Officer Brian Sicknick had died at the hands of a Trump supporter who had smashed him in the head with a fire extinguisher, with no evidence to back the lie they were broadcasting to the American people.
Once that was proven to be a lie, they attempted to twist the plot with the idea that Sicknick died as the result of some type of chemical reaction as a result of being pepper sprayed.
Why was the cause of death for Officer Sicknick covered up for 3 months?
— Reasonable Officer Poso (@JackPosobiec) April 19, 2021
However on Monday, the Washington D.C. medical examiner finally confirmed the cause of death to be of natural causes resulting from Sicknick suffering from two strokes the day after the attack.
Medical examiner Francisco J. Diaz, did not find any evidence to suggest that Officer Sicknick had suffered any type of allergic reaction to any type of chemical.
“Sicknick suffered two strokes at the base of his brain stem, which were caused by a clot in an artery that provides blood to that part of the body.” – Francisco Diaz
Despite the cause of death being from natural causes, we still mourn the loss of Officer Brian Sicknick.
Sicknick story is just incredible / the level of BS and disinformation from DOJ and Capitol Police – the fact they waited 3 months to release this while the media spent everyday rejoicing in spreading the lie of Trump supporters murdering a cop. What a total joke.
— Rob Schmitt (@SchmittNYC) April 19, 2021
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