Four people died during the “insurrection” event at the US Capitol on January 6th. They were all Trump supporters. One other person – Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick – died the next day. The media and the Democrat Party needed someone’s death to be at the hands of Trump supporters to try to credibly claim that Trump supporters in Captain America costumes had tried to overthrow the US government. So, they made up a completely fake story of Sicknick’s death. They claimed he was bashed in the head with a fire extinguisher and murdered by Trump supporters. That was a lie – and we should all be asking some serious follow-up questions now.
For the record, the medical examiner in DC has finally announced (three months later) that Brian Sicknick suffered two strokes. He was never hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. That was a lie the whole time. The media didn’t just report this in error. They lied. They made the story up out of thin air. They spread the lie relentlessly. The fake story about Sicknick’s “murder” at the hands of Trump supporters was even used in the second attempted impeachment of Donald Trump.
Wait a second… how does a young, seemingly healthy cop in his early 40s suffer back-to-back strokes? Is there something going on in America that could cause a relatively young man to have two lethal blood clots in his brain? Actually, there is…
The Biden administration has just recently suspended distribution and use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Six younger patients in one location suffered sudden blood-clotting issues. This definitely sounds like a cover-up.
Only six? 64,000 women and girls have experienced sterilization or breast disorders after getting the HPV vaccine, and they’ve never yanked that off the market. Biden yanking a COVID vaccine off the market over six adverse reactions seems like an extreme overreaction. But it’s not an overreaction if the Biden administration is lying to us and trying to cover something up. It appears that blood clotting issues related to ALL of the coronavirus vaccines (not just Johnson & Johnson) are far more widespread than we’re being told.
Here’s a lengthy Twitter thread in which dozens of unvaccinated women describe severe changes to their menstrual periods, just after coming into contact with co-workers or others who have had the vaccine. That thread is not for the weak of heart.
Most of the women report having regular periods like clockwork for years, only to have their monthly cycle severely disrupted. And it’s not just periods starting way early or late. They’re describing severe, abnormal cramping and pushing out huge blood clots. Some of the experiences sound more like miscarriages. There are even post-menopausal women whose periods have restarted after coming into contact with people who have been vaccinated.
Feminist author Naomi Wolf, who is misguided but certainly not some conspiracy theorist, has been gathering testimonials from hundreds of women experiencing rapid, severe blood clotting issues and period changes now that a large percentage of the population has been vaccinated. Something strange is going on.
Now, let’s bring this back to Brian Sicknick dying of back-to-back strokes a day after the January 6 scuffles at the peaceful protests.
Everyone in Congress had access to the coronavirus vaccine before the rest of the general public. That’s not just Representatives and Senators, but also their staffers and employees at the Capitol. That would almost certainly include the Capitol police officer force. Maybe Sicknick refused to get the vaccine when it was offered to him. To be clear: We absolutely don’t know the answer to that question. But maybe he did. We started seeing Members of Congress (and staffers) getting first access to the vaccines in late December – just a week or two before the Capitol protests.
Between January and March of 2021, we had 1,524 Americans die from reactions to the coronavirus vaccine. Only about 25% of the US population had been vaccinated by that point. To put that in perspective, we had 3,679 firearm deaths during that same period (out of a population of 330 million). That means that as of today, you are about 64% more likely to die from the coronavirus vaccine than you are to die of a gunshot wound. (And please do the math yourself before attacking me in the comments. It’s not that hard.)
We now know that Brian Sicknick did not die at that hands of Trump supporters, which is a good thing. But his sudden blood-clot death raises questions that no one in the media seems willing to ask.