The man in charge of protecting the Senate during the Capitol riot has died just a day before the Committee investigating the attack was set to reveal new evidence in a surprise session.

Michael Stenger, 71, was the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate on the day of the attempted insurrection.

He resigned amid criticism he had failed to react effectively to the building being overrun. 

The fact checking industry is known to have a left-leaning bias, which manifests itself in both whose comments they decide to fact check, and their often absurd criteria for what's true or not.

Judicial Watch announced today it received 87 pages of records from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) that show senior members of Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s Office (SCO) repeatedly and “accidentally” wiped phones assigned to them.  

71-yr-old former US Marine and US Senate Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger, who was in charge of security for the Capitol on January 6, and resigned one day later, has been found dead.

Stenger appeared before the Senate Homeland Security Committee in February 2021, where he discussed ‘professional agitators’ who were present at the Capitol on January 6 and said they needed to be investigated.

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When I say this next tidbit of Biden scandal comes straight from the horse’s mouth, I mean STRAIGHT from the HORSE’S MOUTH!

The same president that repeatedly said he had no knowledge of his son’s business dealings, especially in China, was lying through his teeth! And it was a voicemail on Hunter’s very own iPhone that blew the whistle this time. Of course, lying Biden will likely use his failing memory as an excuse. And who could blame him, really?

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#1. Dropping dead suddenly from “unexpected causes” a.k.a. SADS (Sudden Adult Death Syndrome)

#2. Weird, long, rubbery, fibrous blood clots (bio-structures)

#3. Myocarditis, irregular heart beats and heart attacks

#4. Cancer and tumors flare up out of the blue

#5. Catching and/or dying from COVID-19 or its variants

#6. Paralysis of arms, legs or face (Justin Bieber’s “Ramsay Hunt” Syndrome)

Nearly two months after someone leaked a draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court has provided an update on the unprecedented lapse in trust and security.

The decision, which was made official on Friday, did indeed stick pretty close to the original leaked draft, authored by Justice Samuel Alito and published by POLITICO.

But the identity of the leaker — or leakers — is still a mystery.