It’s been more than a month now since millions of Donald Trump supporters peacefully protested what they rightly see as a corrupted electoral process. The peaceful protests of January 6 have been dubbed a “new 9-11” attack on our nation by Democrats and the media. Another Pearl Harbor. A day that will live in infamy!
Question: If it’s such an important day in American history, why don’t we know anything about it yet? It’s been a month!
We knew who the 9-11 hijackers were – by name – within 24 hours of the planes hitting the Twin Towers. We knew very quickly that Stephen Paddock had carried out the mass shooting in Las Vegas a couple of years ago, even though the FBI never told us a motive or whether the guy even carried out the attack by himself or with someone else. At least we had some details.
The only thing we know about the January 6 peaceful protests is that the Biden regime is working to round the protesters up and throw them in federal prison for 10 years for sedition. Even that raises more questions than answers.
We know exactly when Donald Trump’s speech ended on January 6, because it was all over the internet and TV in real time. We also know (now) that the Capitol was actually “breached” by protesters before Donald Trump finished speaking. How much earlier did this happen? This seems like an important question, since Trump is being impeached for supposedly “inciting an insurrection.”
Fallen police officer Brian Sicknick was lying in repose in the Capitol Rotunda last week. We were initially told that Sicknick was “murdered” by rioters. The story kept changing. We were told that he was clubbed in the back of the head with a brick, which was later changed to a fire extinguisher. Then the autopsy found no signs of blunt force trauma.
I mean no disrespect to Officer Sicknick or his family, but these seem like important details that we have a right to know, since his death is being used to accuse the peaceful protesters of his murder. How did Sicknick actually die?
For that matter, how many cops were actually hurt during the protest in question? After BLM and Antifa staged more than 700 violent riots in American cities in 2020, we always had an accounting of this on the morning after. X amount of police officers were hurt the night before. We saw some amazing news reports after the January 6 peaceful protest that one police officer had lost an eye, and another one had been stabbed with a fence post. These appear to have been lies, and we’ve never been told exactly how many cops were injured, what the status of those injuries were, whether they were hospitalized, or anything else.
This is incredibly strange for a large, public event like this. There’s just no official data to be found. We don’t even know exactly how many Trump supporters died in the protest. Was it 2? Or 3? Or 7?
Speaking of which, here’s another question. Is it approved departmental policy of the Capitol police to shoot an unarmed housewife in the neck and kill her, in order to quell a “riot?” If it is an approved policy, why were no unarmed housewives shot in the neck during the BLM riots in 2020? If it is not an approved policy, why has the officer who shot Ashley Babbitt to death on January 6 not been charged with a crime? Why has his identity not been released?
And I may go to hell for asking this next question, but since we cannot trust anything that the people in charge are telling us, here goes: Did the officer who shot Ashley to death at the Capitol have the last name Sicknick? That would be a rather odd coincidence, no?
Finally, how many firearms did the cops confiscate from the dangerous insurrectionists who were trying to topple the US government on January 6? If the answer is zero, and we’re all pretty sure that it was zero, then what was the planned mechanism by which the alleged insurrectionists hoped to enforce their insurrection? If they were all unarmed, then how exactly was this an “insurrection?”
Why don’t we know the answers to all these questions, after all this time? It’s sort of like the election results in Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona and Wisconsin. No one in officialdom seems to want to lift up that rock and look underneath it, because they know they won’t like the answers that they find.