Media Memoryholes the Sicknick Story

“The only mention of Sicknick in the Washington Post is from an Associated Press article. None of the paper’s original reporting on Wray’s testimony, a total of 13 articles so far, include the late officer’s name. The Post ran 82 articles, editorials, and op-eds since January 7 about Sicknick but, of course, his political usefulness is now over. MSNBC also couldn’t be bothered to report Wray’s disclosure about Officer Sicknick.”

(Julie Kelly – American Greatness)  During his Senate testimony, FBI Director Christopher Wray publicly admitted his agency does not know how Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died. “We’re not at a point where we can disclose or confirm the cause of death,” Wray, clearly uncomfortable, told Senator Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) on Tuesday morning.

Unfortunately, no one on the Senate Judiciary Committee confronted Wray with the now-retracted story that Officer Sicknick was murdered by Trump supporters using a fire extinguisher. Republicans missed a golden opportunity not just to expose the New York Times’ primary role in seeding the bogus account but also to confront their Democratic colleagues who voted to convict Donald Trump partially based on the notion his comments on January 6 led to the death of a police officer. “The insurrectionists killed a Capitol Police officer by striking him in the head with a fire extinguisher,” according to the House Democrats’ impeachment memo.  View article →


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