(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) After Fox News host Tucker Carlson and his team released Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol building footage that exposed the lies that the Communist Left has been feeding the people for over two years now, the Swamp exposed itself once again through Karine Jean-Pierre attacking Carlson on Wednesday by lying even more.
After a member of the mainstream press asked her a question about Carlson, Jean-Pierre did her best to weave a web of distortion, condemning conservatives for attacking the Constitution — the document leftoids want to burn as much as they do the American flag.
“We agree with the chief of Capitol Police and the wide range of bipartisan lawmakers, you heard them all yesterday, you guys reported on it, who have condemned the false depiction of the unprecedented violent attack on our Constitution and the rule of law which cost police officers their lives,” she said.
The insurrectionist press secretary referred to the criticism of Carlson in a letter from Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger, who criticized Carlson’s use of the footage that showed Capitol cop Brian Sicknick looking in decent shape walking through the Capitol on Jan. 6.
According to the ruling of the D.C. medical examiner, Sicknick died of natural causes after suffering two strokes on that day. The statement contradicts the narrative of the American Komsomolskaya Pravda — the New York Times — and other propaganda sources like the White House that insist Sicknick died because of the injuries that he sustained during the riot.
The storyline that police officers at the Capitol died on Jan. 6, 2021, at the hands of evil Trump-supporting insurrectionists has been long debunked, which hasn’t prevented the White House and its fake news collaborators from insisting otherwise and continuing to spread disinformation. Four other police officers “committed suicide” in the months after the protests, reported the Daily Caller.
Previously, other members of the Swamp also criticized Carlson, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Thom Tillis, R-N.C. and Mitt Romney, R-Utah.