Darren Beattie shares his explosive story on the details — and lack thereof — of the death of Capitol Hill police officer Brian Sicknick.
His death was used to label over 75 million Americans domestic terrorists, but what really happened? First, the New York Times ran a total lie about Sicknick being “killed by a pro-Trump mob” and bludgeoned with a fire extinguisher and rushed to the hospital. There was no fire extinguisher, no “bloody gash,” and no rush to the hospital.
“The really disturbing stuff starts when we ask what actually happened to him?” Beattie said.
Beattie explains how the media set a false narrative, and how reporters were calling Sicknick’s family reporting his death before they knew — and before he was even dead.
“This is maybe the most important story revolver has ever run,” Beattie said. “I promise you the rabbit hole goes far deeper.”
Beattie says Revolver is continuing to report on the story and will drop even more alarming news soon.
“It is interesting that several U.S. Capitol Hill police officers are under investigation now,” Beattie said. “How convenient to hold that leverage over them from talking…for the whole story about what occurred on Jan. 6.”