Something just isn’t right.
The incursion into the Capitol on Jan. 6 was an ugly incident, but one of the most gutwrenching stories to come out of it was the death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick.
Early reports stated the 42-year-old cop may have succumbed to injuries he received when a rioter bashed him in the head with a fire extinguisher.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi even called former President Donald Trump an accessory to murder for supposedly inciting the riot that led to Sicknick’s death, and Washington, D.C., still remains a militarized zone several weeks later as part of the fallout.
Meanwhile, The New York Times has begun quietly walking back a key claim about the manner of the officer’s death — and that fact may have far-reaching implications.
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