Tucker Carlson of Fox News recently revealed with a new video that the Democratic Party has known all along that Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick was not murdered during the Jan. 6, 2021 unrest.
"Carlson obtained nearly 41,000 hours of previously unreleased raw footage of the Capitol riot that had been suppressed by Democrats but were provided by Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) three weeks ago," reported Breitbart.
The completely Democrat-run Jan. 6 Committee released only what it wanted the public to see.
Additionally, the panel deceptively edited some footage so that it would help support their claims of an "insurrection."
"Carlson said that the full footage — which the media has only demanded access to now, since Carlson was given it — proved the opposite: that while some people were violent, the vast majority of those in the Capitol were not and may have believed that they were protesting legally, given the apparent cooperation of some Capitol Police," reported Breitbart.
Brian Sicknick, who the media said had been killed by being struck with a fire extinguisher during the riot, actually died of natural causes. Despite knowing the cause of Sicknick's death, the Jan. 6 Committee continued to claim he had been killed by rioters.
"Carlson showed footage in which an officer, whom he said was Sicknick, continued to perform his duties 'vigorously' even after being confronted by the mob outside the Capitol," reports Breitbart.
Carlson said that the Jan. 6 Committee had definitely reviewed that footage because there was an electronic bookmark but added that the committee continued to mislead the public.
Democrat Representative Bennie Thompson of Mississippi claimed, falsely, that the rioters were guilty of "savagely beating and killing law enforcement officers," even though evidence proved otherwise.
Carlson also mentioned that fact that Sicknick was a "Trump voter" and said that Sicknick's death and his body had been abused for political purposes.
Sicknick’s family, for its part, has issued an angry statement denouncing Carlson's report.
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