"Human Events" host Jack Posobiec put in his two cents on the matter during a recent episode of his program on Real America's Voice. According to him, Sicknick's death raises a lot of dangerous questions, especially with the House J6 Select Subcommittee supposedly conducting an investigation for two years.
Posobiec lauded Kelly's efforts for looking at the Jan. 6 footage; following the facts; and talking about various aspects of the riot. He then turned to the investigative reporter, asking her why the American people haven't seen and heard this from the select subcommittee. According to Posobiec, he didn't recall any of this information coming out.
"They wanted to cover up police brutality that day," Kelly answered. "I really believe the Brian Sicknick story, the fabricated story about his death, was intentionally planted to cover up the deaths of four Trump supporters."
"Of course, [there's the] fatal shooting of Ashli Babbitt alongside the deaths of three others – Kevin Greeson, Benjamin Phillips and, of course, Rosanne Boyland. At least two [of those deaths] we know were due to police excessive force." (Related: Tucker Carlson reveals Jan. 6 ‘riot’ footage that proves Capitol Police officer Sicknick wasn’t murdered by protesters after all.)
According to Kelly, Boyland was smothered and gassed before being beaten by USCP Officer Lila Morris. Meanwhile, Phillips was hit with a stun grenade on the west side of the Capitol building. Kelly also told Posobiec that the District of Columbia coroner who performed the autopsies on Boyland, Greeson and Phillips cremated their bodies without permission from their families.
"So, we won't really get any more answers out of that. But I think Brian Sicknick's story was planted to cover up those deaths and to cover up what police did."
Meanwhile, WND columnist Laura Hollis pointed out that the Jan. 6 "insurrection" claim is "one of the biggest lies with the most serious repercussions."
Hollis noted how the mainstream media reported that the rioters were responsible for killing Sicknick. In reality, the crowd had nothing to do with his death. Sicknick had a stroke days after the incident and later died of natural causes.
The WND columnist also disclosed that former USCP Chief Steve Sund had revealed to Tucker Carlson that his requests for additional National Guard protection were denied. Guardsmen weren't deployed ahead of Jan. 6, and even when the crowds were converging on the Capitol.
Hollis also agreed with Kelly, concluding that police were desperate to cover up their own "brutality" that day. This led them to launch the Sicknick death claim, she added. Hollis ultimately dubbed the Jan. 6 events as part of the "brazen" deceit being inflicted on Americans.
"Why? Was all of this to create the narrative of an 'insurrection' – one that would later be used to impeach Trump an unprecedented second time?"
Watch Julie Kelly's reaction to House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) releasing 44,000 hours of Jan. 6 footage, calling it "the breaking of the dam."
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