Coincidence? I think not…
Do these people really expect us to believe that just one day before some surprise hearing, the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms, who alleged January 6th to be an insider job, suddenly dies, and that no foul play is at hand?
Are we truly expected to believe that their ‘surprise’ hearing has nothing to do with the recent Hunter Biden phone leak? The one that implicates his husk of a father in pay-to-play business dealings with corrupt governments?
We know that the F.B.I. officially said that there was no evidence supporting a premeditated ‘insurrection’ on the part of Trump supporters…
So why is the dog & pony show that is the January 6th Committee still airing?
No one but the most deranged, 3-mask wearing, non-binary, leftist blimp now believes their nonsense, and these comments showcase that the vast majority are no longer buying into this charade:
Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant at Arms on January 6th, was found dead today..
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) June 28, 2022
1) Fox confirms that Michael Stenger, the Senate Sergeant at Arms who was in charge of Senate security the day of the Capitol riot, has died.
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) June 27, 2022
The New York Post reports:
Stenger’s death came one day before Tuesday’s abruptly added Jan. 6 panel hearing during which an aide of former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will testify to present “recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony.”
Senate Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger — who made repeated National Guard requests on J6 but was denied — was just shot dead.
Why did this happen the day before “recently obtained evidence” was to be presented at a January 6 Committee hearing?
— Paul A. Szypula (@Bubblebathgirl) June 28, 2022
Michael Stenger, the Senate Sergeant at Arms, who was in charge of securing the Capitol on January 6th, has suddenly died.
This news comes just hours after the @January6thCmte announces an “urgent hearing due to newly obtained evidence.”
— Alex Bruesewitz (@alexbruesewitz) June 28, 2022
The Daily Mail explains:
In February 2021, Stenger told the Senate Homeland Security Committee that the role of ‘professional agitators’ needed to be investigated.
He said: ‘There is an opportunity to learn lessons from the events of January 6.
‘Investigations should be considered as to funding and travel of what appears to be professional agitators.