New J6 Footage Debunks the ‘Single Most Powerful Lie’ Told Us About January 6

New J6 Footage Debunks the ‘Single Most Powerful Lie’ Told Us About January 6


Newly released January 6 video footage obtained by Fox News host Tucker Carlson shows Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick walking around the capitol after he was supposedly killed by protesters.

Sicknick was walking around the capitol rotunda with a helmet on after he was reportedly struck in the head with a fire extinguisher and killed. A plethora of media outlets, including the New York Times, reported or implied that Sicknick was beaten to death by the January 6 protesters.

Carlson called it “the single most powerful and politically useful lie that Democrats have told us about January 6.”

While the Times eventually retracted their claim, other media outlets still claim Sicknick was “slain” on January 6, even though the autopsy report shows he died of “natural causes” a day after January 6th.

Tucker explained how the footage shows Sicknick casually walking around the Capitol “after he was supposedly murdered by the mob outside.”

He pointed out how the officer was wearing a helmet, commenting, “it’s hard to imagine he was killed by a head injury.”

“Whatever happened to Brian Sicknick was very obviously not the result of violence he suffered at the entrance to the Capitol. This tape overturns the single most powerful and politically useful lie the Democrats have told us about January 6,” he remarked.

“They refused to release this tape to the public because this tape would shatter the fraud they were perpetrating on the country, because hiding the truth served their political interests,” he added.



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(TLB) published this video report from Becker News as compiled and written by Kyle Becker

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