‘Curiouser and curiouser’ is the best way to describe how the US House Committee on January 6th is unfolding in Washington DC this month, with another shocking development as the gatekeepers of American power gather in the halls of Congress to persecute supporters of the leading Republican in the United States and to meet for what appears to be the third impeachment of President Donald J. Trump.
And this latest event is certain to send shivers down the spines of Americans, given the frequency with which freedom and liberty fighters who have publicly spoken out against the Washington, DC administration have ended up dead or destroyed.
Left-leaning media immediately stated that the peculiar circumstances were only of interest to ‘conspiracy theorists,’ which is a theory that can only be concocted by people who march in lockstep with some strange authority. This Newsweek story is certainly odd to anybody with independent thought:
“Unsubstantiated speculation and conspiracy theories have been spread online following reports that Michael Stenger, the former Senate sergeant-at-arms who oversaw security on January 6, 2021, has died.
Details on the circumstances around Stenger’s death, aged 71 are still unknown. Reports that Stenger had died on Monday were revealed by Politico’s correspondent Katherine Tully-McManus and Fox News’ Chad Pergram.
Pergram tweeted, “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.”
And that is all the lapdogs want you to know and consider, but here’s another bizarre part of the tale.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Michael C. Stenger was an American law enforcement officer who served as the 41st Sergeant at Arms of the United States Senate from April 16, 2018, to January 7, 2021. He resigned after a mob of Trump supporters attacked the capitol. CONTINUE READING…