Will Pelosi and Schumer Honor the Officer Who Was Murdered by a Nation of Islam Killer? Will His Body Lie in the US Capitol Rotunda, or Nah?

Capitol Hill Police Officer Brian Sicknick died following the invasion at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

The media ran with the story that Officer Sicknick was beaten over the head with a fire extinguisher by Trump supporters.

It was only later that the facts came out.  Propublica reported that Sicknick told his brother he was merely pepper-sprayed. But according to Officer Sicknick’s family, he suffered from a blood clot and stroke and was put on a ventilator, according to Western Journal.

Officer Sicknick’s family begged that his death not become a political ping-pong ball.

But it looks like it was not to be.

Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi agreed to honor Officer Sicknick. Three weeks after his death they honored Sicknick by allowing his remains to lie in honor in the Capitol Hill rotunda.

On Friday Police Officer William “Billy” Evans was murdered when a follower of the Nation of Islam rammed his car into a police checkpoint on Capitol Hill.

The driver, 25-year-old Noah Green, rammed the barrier on the Senate side and exited the vehicle armed with a large blade.

The Capitol Police engaged Green and shot him dead.

Capitol Police Officer Killed by Follower of Nation of Islam Identified as William “Billy” Evans

Will Pelosi and Schumer allow his body to lie in honor in the US Capitol Rotunda?

Or maybe the loss of Officer Evans does not give Democrats the press coverage they want?

How sad it is that Democrats use lies and the death of good men to promote their wildly unpopular plans.

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