Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick was not killed.
He was not hit with a fire extinguisher, nor did he die to being blasted with bear spray by a protester. There was no trauma anywhere on his person nor any evidence of chemical irritants causing a bodily reaction of any sort that could have resulted in his demise.
He had two strokes at the base of his brain, caused by a blood clot, and that is why he died.
Brian did not die "in the line of duty" nor was he a hero. He was simply a police officer who passed away due to natural causes unrelated to the events of January 6th.
Yet the media and in fact Congress itself claimed otherwise. It formed one of the predicates for the second impeachment of Donald Trump. It was played across the nation for months, was the predicate for the fencing and division-level deployment of the National Guard and more.
All of that was a lie.
For how long has this autopsy been in the hands of various people? Who believes it took three months to perform it? Nobody, right?
So why.... now?
The media and others believe it's off the radar, it's behind the news cycle, and they already got what they wanted out of the lie, so it's time to let it quietly go away. Nobody has been or will be prosecuted for the violence and unlawful actions that lie led to, of which there were many.
Nor will you hold them to account.
Indeed, Mad Maxine Waters showed up in Minneapolis and committed at least one felony -- jury tampering -- by making clear that as a sitting congresswoman she supports rioting unless Chauvin is found guilty. Then Nancy Pelosi followed up with her own jury tampering by making clear that she believed there was only thing called "justice", and it came on in only one form of a verdict. While that latter one might not cross the line, Max Max sure did. You or I would go to prison for what Maxine did -- we'd be immediately arrested and indicted, and justly so. No, Mad Max's statement is neither protected speech by the speech and debate clause; that only applies on the floor of the House and incitement to riot unless you get a verdict you want certainly qualifies as attempting to pressure jurors to act outside of the facts and evidence, which is the definition of jury tampering.
Rule Of Law?