Skip to content

Day: February 17, 2021

Trump breaks media silence after Limbaugh’s death

  Former President Trump on Wednesday broke the media silence he’s held since leaving office to call into Fox News and reflect on his relationship with conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, who died at the age of 70. Trump called into Fox News’s “Outnumbered” within an hour of the news breaking of Limbaugh’s death. The former president had yet to do any media interviews since leaving the White House on Jan. 20, even as his second impeachment trial unfolded and Republican lawmakers argued over his role in the party’s future. Those topics did not… Read more Trump breaks media silence after Limbaugh’s death

Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Was NOT Bludgeoned With A Fire Extinguisher On January 6. What Does That Tell You?

The exposure of this false narrative element offers a great (and rare) opportunity, which must be seized with both hands. FOR WEEKS, EVERYONE HAS HEARD DRAMATIC STATEMENTS about a Capitol police officer being bludgeoned to death with a fire extinguisher by “Trump-inspired (if not explicitly directed) insurrectionists” (or “rioters”, or “domestic terrorists”, or whatever). The story is a complete fiction. Officer Brian Sicknick was never struck by anything on January 6th, and though he did die the next day, it was reportedly as a result of a stroke and plainly not a… Read more Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Was NOT Bludgeoned With A Fire Extinguisher On January 6. What Does That Tell You?