D.C. medical examiner says Officer Sicknick died of “natural causes” one day after Jan. 6 “insurrection”

(Planet Today) The official story is that Officer Brian Sicknick, who engaged “rioters” during the Jan. 6 “insurrection” at the United States Capitol, conveniently died of “natural causes” just one day after the false flag event.

(Article by Ethan Huff republished from NaturalNews.com)

Early on, the government claimed that “Trump supporters” murdered Sicknick in cold blood, even though nobody was ever prosecuted and no murder investigation was ever conducted. Now, the Washington, D.C., chief medical examiner has declared that Sicknick died naturally.

In what appears to be a possible coverup – was Sicknick taken out by the deep state? – the new narrative is that Sicknick just so happened to pass away not even 24 hours after encountering a “pro-Trump mob.” Sicknick supposedly suffered two strokes, we are now told, and passed away not long after that.

The ruling, reports indicate, will make it difficult for prosecutors to pursue homicide charges in the case. The two men who some have accused of assaulting Sicknick by spraying him with a powerful chemical irritant during the “siege” can no longer be pursued.

Francisco J. Diaz, D.C.’s medical examiner, ruled that the autopsy found no evidence that the 42-year-old officer suffered an allergic reaction to the chemical irritants. If they had, Diaz said, Sicknick’s throat would have quickly seized.

Diaz also ruled that no evidence was found of internal or external injuries to Sicknick’s body. The guy really did just die coincidentally immediately after the false flag event was over, Diaz claims.

According to Diaz, Sicknick did suffer two strokes at the base of his brain stem during the encounter that were caused by a clot in an artery that supplies blood to the brain. It is unclear, due to privacy laws, whether or not Sicknick had a preexisting health condition.

The “pro-Trump mob” narrative was just more fake news

What this all means, of course, is that acting U.S. attorney general Jeffrey A. Rosen lied in his Jan. 8 statement when he claimed that Sicknick died from “the injuries he suffered defending the U.S. Capitol.” The Capitol Police also lied when they said Sicknick “was injured while physically engaging with protesters.”

To back its lies, the deep state even went so far as to falsely accuse two men of “assaulting” Sicknick with chemical spray during the incident. At the time of their arrest, an autopsy on Sicknick’s body had not even been completed.

The Washington Post, The Associated Press, and other fake news outlets repeated these lies on Twitter and other social media platforms, though as far as we know none of them were “fact checked” or suspended for spreading the false narrative.

“This is what they do every day,” tweeted Glenn Greenwald. “Please internalize what dishonest propagandists they are. They have zero capacity for critical thought and absolutely no integrity. They only care about serving DNC interests.”

The New York Times also published fake news claiming that Sicknick was “killed by a pro-Trump mob.” One wonders if the Times will now be deplatformed and have its bank accounts closed like many conservatives have had happen to them for publishing truth narratives that defy the mainstream lies.

“Are the government officials who lied about it going to be censored and fired from their jobs?” asks Chris Menahan from Information Liberation.

“We’ve been told for three months now that pro-Trump rioters staged an armed and deadly ‘insurrection’ where they killed a cop,” he adds. “We now know that no cops were killed and not even one person was arrested for having a firearm in the Capitol building or on Capitol grounds.”

More related news about the fake news narrative surrounding the Jan. 6 “insurrection” can be found at FalseFlag.news.

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