We recently completed an extensive report on the extremely bizarre and questionable way in which officer Brian Sicknick’s death has been treated in the media in order to erroneously foment hatred for conservatives, Trump supporters, and Donald Trump himself.  Now, the slow-walk and possible cover-up has deepened.

Biden FBI Director Christopher Wray who has repeatedly defended the FBI’s handling of January 6th Capitol unrest, AP photo

Many lies and myths have been generated by the media and establishment politicians looking to create an anti-Trump martyr out of officer Brian Sicknick who was actually a supporter of Trump.  Officer Sicknick, who was on duty at the Capitol on January 6th 2021, died some time afterward in Washington DC.  He was given a bizarre and unprecedented show-funeral in the Capitol Building in order to remind people how terrible conservatives and Trump supporters are.  Yet, it has been quite obvious for some time that he was most likely not killed by any Trump supporter, despite countless unsubstantiated stories to the contrary by the media and many legacy media outlets.  Many outlets retracted such stories, but most simply reworded them to be more passive in tone.  They only chose to change tactics, though, after using the unsubstantiated lies to artificially create impeachment hysteria against President Trump.  Even Sicknick’s own family doesn’t believe Trump supporters killed him.

In new developments, Biden’s FBI director, Christopher Wray has refused to answer mounting calls for transparency in the nearly 2-month investigation.

The Federalist Reports Wray’s Tuesday statements:

“FBI Director Christopher Wray refused to disclose details surrounding Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick’s January death before lawmakers Tuesday.

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Media speculation about Sicknick’s death on the day after the Capitol riot fueled Democratic conspiracies perpetuated by legacy outlets. This was primarily from a New York Times report, which initially said Sicknick was killed by a blunt blow from a fire extinguisher.

“There is an ongoing investigation into his death,” Wray explained in response to a question from the Senate Judiciary Committee’s ranking member Chuck Grassley of Iowa. “I have to be careful at this stage because it’s ongoing, not to get out in front of it.””

So, after 2 months of investigations and video surveillance all over The Capitol, the FBI still has no comment to make about Sicknick’s cause of death?  Does this make any sense at all?  They have no problem making all kinds of other claims about who was responsible for other occurrences or alleged crimes committed that day, so long as they can pin them on Trump supporters.

But, for some reason, in this instance where it will likely be revealed that the whole ‘murder by Trump supporter’ narrative is bogus, they won’t even tell reporters or the family of Officer Sicknick if they have determined anything at all about the cause of death–after 2 months:

““So does that mean since the investigation’s going on, you have not determined the exact cause of the death?” Grassley asked.

“That means we can’t yet disclose cause of death at this stage,” Wray responded.

“But you have determined the cause of death?” Grassley pushed.

“I didn’t say that. We’re not at a point where we can disclose or confirm the cause of death,” Wray clarified.”

The transparency and unbiased civility of the Biden administration is truly breathtaking, don’t you think?

Once Officer Sicknick’s death has been milked for all its political worth against Biden’s opponents, perhaps then we can expect some form of answers.

What do you think?  Will we ever get the truth about officer Sicknick’s death?

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