What Timing – NOW the NYTs Retracts Story That Capitol Hill Police Officer Was Killed by a Fire Extinguisher Thrown by Protesters

Unreal. They kept this false story in the news during the sham trial and retracted it after it was no longer of use.

All The Propaganda That Fits The Narrative


17 Comments on What Timing – NOW the NYTs Retracts Story That Capitol Hill Police Officer Was Killed by a Fire Extinguisher Thrown by Protesters

  1. Scary part is that there are fellow citizens
    that take NY Slimes and alphabet soup news
    outlets as the gospel….

  2. And yet, the legend of the Trump thrown fire extinguisher will live in the leftist folklore like, HANDS UP DON’T SHOOT, and the ‘kid from Florida’ who died as a result of the unprovoked shooting from the ‘white hispanic’ George Floyd. Sorry. George Zimmerman. Maybe Trayvon Martin was his name. I forgot the phony victims names in most of the cockroaches in the left’s non stop stage play.

    I get my George’s get mixed up at this point.

    I could look them up. Pfffft. I don’t care.

    Leftist narrative bit players thrown away once their purpose has been used in order to advance the agenda, they disappear into the memory hole. Forgotten. once the chapter concludes.

    And the victims during “Grieve’N’Go” events, the media, the crocodile tears, the flowers, the teddy bears? They’ll move along like cattle to the next useful contrived alleged injustice.

  3. So how bad is it when CNN eats your lunch?

    From the Townhall article…

    “Citing a law enforcement official, CNN reported in early February that “medical examiners did not find signs that the officer sustained any blunt force trauma, so investigators believe that early reports that he was fatally struck by a fire extinguisher are not true.””

  4. The NYT:

    “[P]ro-Trump rioters attacked that citadel of democracy, overpowered Mr. Sicknick, 42, and struck him in the head with a fire extinguisher, according to two law enforcement officials. With a bloody gash in his head, Mr. Sicknick was rushed to the hospital and placed on life support. He died on Thursday evening.”

    They had all the graphic details too.

  5. This is symbolic of the darkness that has descended over America.

    Lying, cheating, stealing, and murder are all OK now. This is directly counter to what God and Jesus taught us and what all decent people once followed. And we can add treason to the list as well.

    Up to 4 months ago, I never dreamed this kind of stuff would be so well established in our midst.

  6. Are they still using the 7 people killed story?
    Everything I’ve read says 4 died at the scene.
    Ashli shot, one person had a heart attack, one had a stroke, and one person got trampled.

  7. Don’t you just love the retraction: “The story was completely wrong, but it’s not OUR fault, it was those darned ‘anonymous sources’!”

  8. Didn’t one Capitol police officer kill himself? Or two did? When I first heard that it makes me wonder why. Was it because he was told to stand down, bribed…couldn’t live with what happened and his knowledge of the real story? I don’t know. I wear my tin foil hat 24/7 nowadays:

  9. Legal Suggestion…sue the NYT for refunds…

    Since they knowingly sold a misleading deflective item.
    Shouldn’t the consumer protection act allow Advertisers and Buyers the right to return the items and demand refunds?

  10. “Damn it, I’m getting tired of hearing defeatist shit here. If you’re giving up, keep it to yourself.”

    Being realistic isn’t being defeatist.

    In truth, it is the first step in defining the situation so it can be dealt with as it is instead of as you imagine it to be, one way works and the other fails.


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