The harrowing blow back from the Jan. 6 Capitol protests are still being felt today.
Nancy Pelosi and her Jan. 6 commission has created undue political stress on the Capitol Police Department as she parades around first responders in an effort to punish Republicans, specifically Former President Donald Trump.
The results have been tragic.
Another officer who responded to the the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol protest has taken his own life, according to media reports.
This marks the third D.C. officer who’s committed suicide after the event.
Meanwhile, January 6th, 2021 will go down as one of the most debated days in U.S. history.
The Democrats and their media cohorts have turned up the hysterics to full blast, calling the protest an insurrection, locking up protestors, and creating fables of their “near-death” experiences. On the other hand, Republicans have also condemned the event, but have raised serious red flags about the decisions made by leading Democrat lawmakers at the time.
For example, it’s come out that Nancy Pelosi denied a request for bolstered security from the National Guard.
Many suspect that top law enforcement and intelligence agencies helped plan the event and ramp up its intensity in an effort to “expose” the radicalism of Trump and his supporters.
And there is video evidence of this.
Protestors present on Jan. 6 recorded very suspicious activity from D.C. police. One video shows a uniformed officer removing the barricade in front of the Capitol building, instructing protestors to proceed into the building.
Another disturbing video shows a barely-recognizable figure shooting a Trump supporter at point blank as she attempted to exit the Capitol building through a broken glass window.
Former President Trump has spoken repeatedly about this event, even asking the most pertinent question:
“What happened to Ashli Babbitt?”
Gunther Hashida, who joined the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department in 2003, was found dead in his home Thursday, according to a statement from the department.
The other two officers — Jeffrey Smith and Howard Liebengood — also died by suicide. Smith, a 12-year veteran of the Metro Police Department, killed himself in late January. Liebengood, who joined the Capitol Police in 2005, took his own life three days after the attack.
Nearly 140 D.C. and Capitol police officers were injured on Jan. 6.
Author: Nolan Sheridan