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Senate GOP Poised to Block January 6 Commission
"From the mother of U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, Republican senators are just moments away from voting to block the creation of a commission designed to look into the January 6th Capitol attack. It is a short turnaround time debate went late into the night and they are back in business on Capitol Hill this morning. Expect to vote later this morning. Officer Sick Nick, of course, died. Did while defending or after defending that building. A main man is
Officer Sicknick's Family, Friends Plead for GOP Support of Riot Commission
"As they neared a vote on a commission to look into the capital riot reluctant GOP lawmakers were under pressure from fallen officer Brian sick next friends and family to act Gladys sickening spent the day appealing to Republican senators after her son's death but wasn't sure she changed any minds we hope that's all we can hope for his specific hope Brian sick makes longtime girlfriend says it's very disturbing anybody's against the commission much less lawmakers who were in the capital January sixth they are here today and with their families and comfortable because of the actions of law enforcement Sandra Garcia calls the reluctance mind boggling why would they not want to get to the bottom of such horrific violence to Gladys signet gets about upholding the constitution right now I don't think they're doing Sager mag ani Washington
"brian sick" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying a majority of Senate Republicans are expected to block a plan to investigate the January 6th attack on the Capitol. MPR's clinically salis reports the mother of fallen U. S. Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick. Is asking to meet with GOP members opposed to creating an independent bipartisan commission. Lattice sick. Nick issued a statement asking for Republicans opposed to the 9 11 style commission to meet with her. She told NPR she wants answers from the panel. My son is Dead and I want to know why Brian Sick. Nick was assaulted during the riots led by violent extremists loyal to former President Trump Sick. Nick died the next day, but Capitol police still consider his case a line of duty death. Gladys Sick, Nick said Republicans opposed to the plan are a slap in the face toe officers who served the day of the siege. Clinically Salis reporting the Labor Department reports new claims for unemployment benefits dropped more than expected last week to just over 400,000. Here's NPR's Scott Horsley claims have been falling steadily as the job market improves. But as of early May, nearly 16 million Americans were still relying on some form of jobless assistance. Includes nearly 12 million people enrolled in emergency pandemic programs, which were set to expire in early September. Nearly two dozen states announced plans to end those benefits sooner, some in just over two weeks. Republican governors, no States argue the benefits are discouraging people from looking for work. It's NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan law enforcement officials are sending more resource is to help the investigation of one of the worst mass shootings in Bay Area history. Gunman in San Jose, killed nine Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority workers and then killed himself yesterday. KQED is Julie Chang has more on the investigation. Officials say an explosives detection dog alerted them of a possible explosive at the crime scene. As a result, the sheriff's office activated its bomb squad. A beauty. Russell Davis with the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office says Getting a bomb robot to scan the entire area will be a time consuming process as it's a sizable crime scene. I'll tell you it's going to take a long time. To render these areas safe. They have to go through every room and every building to ensure that everything is safe. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives deploy five additional canines to assist with the investigation. I'm Julie Chang KQED news. While authorities have yet to name him. Officially, multiple news organizations have identified 57 year old Samuel Cassidy as the gunman. Cassidy was a technician who worked at the Vita. Just before the shooting. Firefighters responded to a two alarm fire at a home in San Jose, owned by Cassidy. Federal law enforcement agents say they found ammunition inside the home. The victims of the shooting have been identified as 49 year old Alex Fritsch, 42 year old Palm Aguila. 36 year old health top judge Deep Singh 29 year old Adrien by ASA 35 Year old Jose The histories have Nanda is the 3rd 49 year old Timothy Rome. Oh, 40, year old Michael Joseph Joseph Rhythm Etkin. 63 year old Abdelwahab, Olive Mandan and 63 Year old Lars Kepler Lane. I'm Richelle, Maria Dylan KQED news and Coming up on morning Edition. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks.
Top Republicans Dig in Over January 6th Commission Bill
"Senate Republicans are set to block a bill that would create a commission on January's capital insurrection ten Republicans would need to join all Democrats in voting to authorize the commission but most are expected to follow Mitch McConnell's lead I think this is a purely political exercise that adds nothing some Republicans are trying to find a compromise as the party struggles with its response to the riots in general with many still loyal to former president trump top Democrat Chuck Schumer says they shouldn't be hard I shouldn't need to remind this chamber of the scene on January six we were all there reminding them the attack led to capitol police officer Brian sick Nick's death his mother says any lawmakers against the bill should visit her son's grave at Arlington National Cemetery Sager mag ani Washington
Mother of Cop Who Died After Jan. 6 Urges 1/6 Commission
"The mother of the U. S. capitol police officer who died after the January sixth insurrection is urging members of the Senate to vote in favor of a bipartisan commission this week with a procedural vote soon to take place in the Senate and expectations there won't be the needed ten Republican votes to pass the measure Gladys sick Nick made a plea for their support to investigate the truth of what happened at the capitol her son officer Brian sick Nick died a day after violent confrontations with rioters Mrs sick Nick said congressmen and senators who are against this bill should visit her son's grave at Arlington National Cemetery and think about what their quote hurtful decisions will do to those officers who will be there for them going forward Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell has called on Republicans to block the measure accusing Democrats of wanting a commission to litigate Donald trump's involvement I'm Jackie Quinn
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Died of Natural Causes
"Medical examiner's office rules at the Capitol police officer who died after the attack on the Capitol died from a stroke natural causes Jackie Quinn has this officer Brian Sick. Nick was injured during the January 6th insurrection at the U. S Capitol, but it's been determined that he died from suffering a stroke. Two men have been charged with assaulting sick Nick during the insurrection. Investigators initially thought he had been struck in the head with a fire it Extinguisher and then thought maybe he had died after ingesting a chemical like bear spray. The determination could make it much more difficult for prosecutors to bring murder charges. This is AP
US Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick Died From Strokes the Day After Riot
"Cause of death has been determined for the Capitol police officer who died one day after the January riots. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan, the chief medical examiner for Washington, D C. Said U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick suffered strokes and then died of natural causes. The day after engaging with writers outside the capital on January 6th. Signal was sprayed with the chemical substance that approximately 2:20 p.m. during the attack and collapsed just under eight hours later, when he was transported to a local hospital. He died about 24. Hours after that
Officer who defended Capitol died of natural causes
"Of the capital. But the medical examiner in Washington, D. C. Says a Capitol police officer died of natural causes are Steve Dorsey's following the findings of the Washington D C medical examiner obtained by CBS News indicate Officer Brian Sick, Nick suffered strokes. And died of what the office is calling natural causes. The Washington Post reports. The strokes stem from a blood clot, According to the medical examiner. The Coast Guard will suspend search and rescue
Slain Capitol Police Officer Billy Evans Honored at Capitol
"As a national hero line honor in the capital returned to this hour. Capitol Police Officer William where Billy Evans was killed April 2nd when a man crashed his vehicle into barrier on the Capitol grounds. A second officer was injured. President Biden joined members of Congress that the capital for a memorial service where Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke of the immense loss to the U. S Capitol police just months after its officers face down an angry mob of pro trump extremists just months after the January six assault on our democracy. Men and women of the Capitol Police were again called to duty on April 2nd officer Evans answered that call and giving his life to protect the capital and our country. He became a martyr for our democracy. Rare distinction of lying in honor was also extended to the late officer Brian Sick, Nick, who lost his life during the January six insurrection by NPR's count, more
Fallen Capitol Police Officer Lies in Honor at Capitol
"Year. Capitol Police officer Billy Evans will lie in honor of the Capitol Rotunda today, and President Biden will attend the ceremony there along with congressional leaders. Evans was killed earlier this month when a driver rammed his car into him at a barricade near the capital on that driver was then shot and killed by police. This is the second ceremony at the Rotunda this year honoring a fallen Capitol police officer. The other was for Brian Sick, Nick, who died from his injuries that he sustained during the capital
Washington, DC releases causes of death for 4 people in Capitol attack
"The corner in Washington. See revealed the deaths of the causes of death of four of the five people who died in the January sticks massacre. It was you know, the news media called it all kinds of things there, blood drenched and it was all this up. Two individuals died of cardio events, heart attacks in effect, one died of a drug overdose that remind me of Woodstock Woodstock. There were three deaths at Woodstock. Three days of piece of music and three deaths to drug overdose, and one guy passed out in a sleeping bag was run over by a tractor and killed at Woodstock. So at the January six, right Two people died. Medical examiner Washington DC Yesterday only took three months only took three months. But we're not done yet because we still don't know how Officer Brian Sick. Nick died. That's a secret. It's a state secret because the Democrats are using it as a political weapon. So The coroner's office in Washington, D. C is still keeping it in a little hush hush has swept under the
Capitol rioters' causes of death released by Washington, DC medical examiner
"Three months after the deadly Capitol attack. We're getting more information on most, but not all of the deaths. Fox is Tony J. Powers as the details live. D C chief medical examiner, Dr Francisco Diaz says that two of the people died of natural causes, while a third that of amphetamine intoxication, he says Ashley Babbitt died from a gunshot wound to the left shoulder while trying to climb through a door into the House chamber. Cause and manner of death for the fifth person killed. Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick has not been released. Two people have been charged with assaulting officers sickness, but they're not charged in his death. Dave
Capitol Police officer killed in attack to lie in Rotunda
"Congressional leaders announced that Officer William Billy Evans will lie in honor at the U. S. Capitol Rotunda. Evans, an 18 year veteran of the force, was killed last Friday when he was hit by a man attempting to drive through the barricade at the North entrance to the capital. He succumbed to his injuries. Later that day, Evans will be the sixth person and forth U. S Capitol police officer who died in the line of duty to lie in honor of the U. S. Capitol. Earlier this year. The same tribute was given to officer Brian Sick, Nick, who was injured and later died during the January 6th attack on the Capitol. The small ceremony will be held on April 13th and open to invited guests only due to the ongoing covert
Capitol police officer killed in attack will lie at Rotunda
"Police officer killed last week when a man ran through his security barricade will be honored at the Capitol Officer William Evans is the North Adams native CBS is Rebecca Catholic Widmore congressional leaders announced that Officer William Billy Evans will lie in honor at the U. S. Capitol Rotunda. Evans, an 18 year veteran of the force was killed last Friday when he was hit by a man attempting to drive through the barricade at the north entrance to the capital. He succumbed to his injuries Later that day. Evans will be the sixth person and forth U. S Capitol police officer who died in the line of duty to lie in honor of the U. S. Capitol. Earlier this year. The same tribute was given to officer Brian Sick. Nick, who was injured and later died during the January 6th attack on the capital. Small ceremony will be held on April 13th and open to invited guests only due to the ongoing covert 19 pandemic.
Yes, Capitol Rioters Were Armed. Here Are The Weapons They Used
"Of the people who attacked the U. S Capitol in January six. Syria's of videos on the FBI website shows the mob punching and beating officers. It also shows rioters using what appear to be batons and baseball bats and dousing some police with chemical sprays. Still, some have falsely claimed that the capital riders were not really armed. That day. NPR investigative correspondent Tom Dreisbach reports on why that's just not true. Not long after the Capitol riot, Republican Senator Ron Johnson said this the fact the matter is this didn't seem isn't like an armed insurrection to me. When you hear arm don't stick up firearms, it's become a popular narrative that the capital riot was not really armed. It's also misleading. First, Let's talk about guns. It is true that the only gun fired on January 6th was by law enforcement who killed writer Ashley Babbitt. But the Justice Department has brought gun charges against at least three people connected to the violence of the capital. Those three are not alleged to have breached the building. One of those defendants, Lonnie Kaufman, allegedly parked his truck near the capital filled with what a federal judge called a small armory authorities seizing from Kaufman's truck, multiple firearms, a crossbow. And a cooler containing particularly lethal homemade Molotov cocktails. Prosecutors have also cited evidence from Facebook posts and witness statements that other writers brought guns on the Capitol grounds, too. Capitol Police estimate around 800 people breached the building. But the vast majority were not arrested or searched at the time, so we just don't know exactly how many might have been carrying guns. But the other weapons people were armed with Those were plainly visible from the footage that day. investigators say there were batons, fire extinguishers, baseball bats, clubs, at least one stun gun. As well as pepper spray. Those weapons are often classified as less lethal. But police expert Lorenzo Boyd says they can still be deadly. What we do know is there were a lot of other weapons that could be lethal weapons as applied, officials say more than 100 officers were injured on January 6th entry, suffering gouged eyes, concussions and damage spinal discs. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick. Nick was allegedly sprayed by two writers with an unidentified chemical and died the following day. Authorities still have not identified his exact cause of death. NPR has been tracking every single criminal case related to the capital riots. Now more than 300 of those cases, we've identified nearly 40 that reference, a suspect wielding some sort of weapon. This was a pretty heavily armed crew of people compared to what you usually see it protests that tidy Pyrrhic, co founder of the global project on Hate and extremism. She's followed extremist groups for decades. Even when you see people who are armed it protests and states, for example, where they have open carry laws. They aren't storming into a building using the weapons in the way that we saw at the Capitol. What's clear is that given the weaponry seen on January, 6th things could have been a lot worse but by Rick is concerned that efforts to downplay the violence are less about the fax. About politics. There's a reluctance on the part of some in conservative circles to accept that domestic terrorism is largely coming from right wing extremist groups and to actually confront violent extremism in this country, she says. We have to be clear about just how dangerous it can be. Tom Dreisbach. NPR news
Two arrested in assault on police officer who died after Capitol riot
"Julian Culture of Pennsylvania and Georgetown use of West Virginia were arrested Sunday after the FBI said they worked together on January 6th two assault law enforcement officers with an unknown chemical substance by spring officers directly in the face and eyes. Three officers were temporarily blinded, court records said, including Brian Sick, Nick, who later died. The two men face charges of assaulting a federal officer. Physical violence on restricted grounds and other offenses. A B C's Aaron, Qatar SKI For now, the charges do not link sick Nick's death with exposure to those chemicals in a $10 billion plan submitted to a bankruptcy judge Monday night Produce Farm, a maker of Oxy
2 charged in assault of Capitol officer who died after riot in Washington, DC
"There's some of the most serious charges to come out of the capitol invasion in january. This week two men were arrested and charged with assaulting the capitol police officer who died the day of the riott. The fbi says people were able to identify julian. Cater and george tenuous from surveillance video and body camera footage in those videos. It appears they use a chemical bear spray on capitol police including officer. Brian sick nick who later collapsed and then died at the hospital. Investigators still have not said if the bear spray caused his death. But who were sprayed say. They had injuries from it. That lasted for weeks and they said it was clearly stronger than pepper. Spray again. the two men arrested this week. We're charged with assault not murder. But if they are found guilty they could still face up to twenty years in prison and the right investigation is far from over authorities. Say nearly one hundred forty officers were assaulted at the us capitol. Many were punched choked dragged downstairs and beaten with their own riot-shields so far forty people are charged with those assaults but overall more than three hundred people are facing some kind of criminal charge that relates to the capital invasion authorities have described this as one of the largest investigations in american history.
Feds Arrest Two Men For Assaulting Washington DC Capitol Hill Police Officer Who Died
"7 44 more than two months now, police have been searching for the people who attacked a Capitol Police office. Sir. During the January 6th insurrection on the hill knew this evening. Two people are under arrest for the assault, although they are not charged with murder Officer Brian Sick. Nick did die the day after the riot. These two suspects made their first appearance in federal court this afternoon. Police say they sprayed US Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick with bear spray during the January 6th capital riot he died the next day it has not been determined whether their actions caused his death. 32 year old Julian Ellie Cotter of Pennsylvania and 39 Year old George Pierre Thanos of Morgantown, West Virginia, where identified the FBI wanted images by tipsters and were arrested on Sunday. They're charged with a total of nine counts, which includes assaulting another officer with a deadly weapon. They could get up to 20 years in
Two arrested in assault on police officer who died after Capitol riot
"Men are under arrest, accused of assaulting US Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died during the January 6th riot, George Tenney Apps and Julian Cater are charged with conspiring to assault federal officers. Officials aren't saying if the weapon that they're accused of using bear spray caused sick Nick's death.
"brian sick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"So I mean, I think the answer to that question is yes. These cynical, rabid political Democrats are using this never let a crisis go to waste. Are using this as an opportunity to demonize their political enemies who they have labeled as terrorists. You know that that would include me and the enemy within anybody that voted for Trump 100 Million Sad, You know, 75 million plus everybody else that supported President Trump are now terrorists and so on. So, Yeah, I'm sorry that I that Yes. This is about more cynical party politics. Yes, That's what I said. They're not honoring. They've never honored police officers like this. In the past. There was one instance where to place. Officers were Not many years ago, but they don't men sadly tragically died of a stroke day after the melee, you know, right, and that's the other thing that I wanted to mention was the fact that How many officers have we lost in the past year or even longer than a year in all of this rioting and mayhem throughout the country, and not a word and it's no big deal, and it's just it's such a sense. It's such a sad thing. What's happening? You're 100%, right? And just since officers sick, Nick died, how many officers have been shot to death by Democrats across the country and Various situations on day. How much pension attention they get in the media from Nancy Pelosi from the Congress, The answer is zero. That's the correct answer. Now. Why is that? You might ask, Why is that Because the deaths of the other police officers did not serve the interests of the Democratic Party that's unfortunately tragically the correct answer. Yeah. If it wasn't for double standards, they have no standards at all. That is a fact. Marcie. Thank you for a wonderful call Your 100%, right. And with that I want to share with you yet Another CNN story had, says CNN Rich day. I don't know why. Because you know when, when they don't see it. Lefties have to believe everything. The CNN Tony, But here's the story by Evan Perez and David Short tell at CNN. Investigators. It's on Officer Brian Sick. Nick's death and the episode of January 6th officers sick. Nick died on January 7th. The cause of death was a stroke, right? And the CNN. People finally got around Now I again very early on. You don't have to be Nostradamus..
"brian sick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The goal posts because they don't want Opposition loud, strong people don't forget margin. Taylor's a strong conservative voice for for women, and they don't want that either. Do you think he's right or or is he had to lunch on his analysis of Marjorie Taylor Greene? Let's talk about it. One open line. 806 55 Mike. Let's talk about Democrats getting away with saying things like 09 11, some people Did something. Remember Ilhan Omar, minimizing and trivializing The worst terror attack we've ever experienced. Some people did something, and she giggled member when she laughed. AOC defund the police. She's anti police even bad mouth in the officer who apparently she encountered the day of the riots on January 6, and that was her only encounter. The cannon building wasn't breached. She wasn't even there, apparently, and she's carrying on like Ted Cruz tried to have her murdered. She was Ted Cruz an apology. Frankly, when you hear this article from Miranda Divine Well, I think your takeaway will be all of the Democrats owe the family of Officer Brian Sick, Nick an apology. Get ready. Brace yourself for one of the most scathing takedowns of Democrats that I have ever read coming right after The memorial and the service for Officer Brian Sick, Nick, a somber, serious event yesterday. I don't know if you get ready because this is this is this is a doozy. Miranda divines take on Nancy Pelosi's hypocrisy. And cynical timing and manipulation. That's next here on the Mike Gallagher show. Let's talk about vitamins. Let's talk about your veggies. Let's talk about taking care of yourself. But you've got to get your fruits and vegetables in a capsule and I do it.
"brian sick" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Two biggest disasters in the history of government. Joe Pesci, Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio will get TOC sleepy Joe, he believed this bite administration's made some amazing blunders that air getting covered up. We'll get to the Super Bowl will get to the impeachment will get to Jeopardy and a whole lot more. This is going what's today Thursday and once the impeachment Tuesday Job, Arlette either it's Tuesday. Yes, it is. Market. It is Tuesday. Yeah. Wait a minute. Something's wrong here. That's like five days from why are they? This was supposed to be impeachment week. They're going to unleash all kinds of stuff on Donald Trump just to build up the excitement for the impeachment. They did start Monday night with the Uh, ceremony to honor the slain cop who was killed Brian Sick, Nick, Who? The Capitol Police officer who was killed. You saw that? Ceremony that they put up that yesterday when he was a great cop. It was such a tragedy to see him killed. But Pelosi, Schumer all of these people even bite and famous for one thing in all the years he worked there. They never said Hello to him. They brushed right by him. Good morning. You said Get out of my way. This paid no attention to this guy. And they pretended they were there to honor him. It turns out that Brian Sick, Nick, the slain police officer, Capitol police officer was a huge trump supporter. He loved Donald Trump. It was so important to him that he even wrote a letter to his congressman asking him to stop the impeachment. The sea wrote letters. Even The New York Times confirms this, he wrote. Letters to Congress has them not to impeach Donald Trump. So talk about not honoring the guy talk about spitting in the guy's face. They're going ahead with this impeachment. It's a total charade. Lot of pressure now on Donald Trump not to even acknowledge the impeachment or even appear or send a representative or do anything. It's I mean, you can make the case is totally unconstitutional, but more than that. The impeachment is where they do like the indictment. And then this is the trial. But there was another big point. There is no judge. They can't get a judge to come be the judge. They're going to try this without a judge. Have you ever heard of a trial with no judge? How would that work? Well in certain countries. It works just fine because you get the outcome they want. Under the rules. Thesis cream Court justice Chief Justice is supposed to be the judge. Roberts has refused to touch this thing to go anywhere near it. Now there is no active working news media right now it's all shut down to protect Biden. If there were actual reporters or any news media working right now, they would go to Schumer and Pelosi in C. Why is Robert's not appearing? Of course you asked him. You did call him and ask him to do this. What did he say? Do you notice? No one's ever even asked the question. Would that be an interesting thing to know when Roberts turned it down? What he said? A great question. Yeah. Yeah. What did he say? Oh, Tuesday. Yeah, I'm busy Tuesday. Can't do it Tuesday or I'm not getting involved in this. It's a joke. What did Robert say when you asked him? Why did he refuse to appear here? And I guess if he refuses, your next choice would be another Supreme Court justice. If all else failed, I guess you could get. Could you get a real judge that there's no judge in this impeachment? Just one of the senators will do it and not just any senator. They picked the biggest trump hater the most far left wacko liberal Trump hater, Patrick Leahy. Who has a scandal ridden past of leaking the most serious classified information to reporters. Famous incidents were there was a number of times he leaked out classified information. In one case, we had secret intelligence officers working in the most dangerous areas looking for terrorists. The stuff he leaked out, revealed some names, and one of them was killed. Because of Patrick Leahy. So this is the guy that's how much he hates every you know, everything just wants the leak to the press. This is the guy who will pretend to be the judge. He's not a judge. He's never been a judge. So totally ridiculous. The best legal analyst Great Jared, be with us later this hour. We'll go over this. Donald Trump gets to live in Mar a Lago. How do you like that? He can stay there. No way that one out fake news produced this letter. Remember in who was the early nineties when he bought Mar a Lago? Uh, he wanted to live there, and they didn't want him there back then. They hated, uh, Donald for they hated him and Palm Beach because it it was still the old real society. People in Palm Beach. They had no use for a Donald Trump Palm Beach. Today is a totally different place. It's the Long Island Manhattan crowd have taken over Bombay Beach. When you see anybody go Howie Yale. It's that crowd so To them. Donald Trump is fine, but The town of Palm Beach does not want him living in mar a Lago and way back when when he converted it to a private club, and they remember they tried the block and you'd assume hundreds of times a some point. They signed the some sort of an agreement and you wrote a letter and in the letter Uh, laid out what Mar a Lago baby said nobody would live there. It would just be hotel rooms for some of the members, no long term staying, and he said to them, I won't even live there. Well, they're trying to hold him that agreement. The town of Palm Beach attorneys have looked it over, and they said it has no legal validity. There's no Nothing legal about the letter or him, saying I won't live there. It's that there's no legal hold on him. He can't live there so he can live there. And he he will for a while. The other ways he was gonna buy a house nearby. Also, you know, Mar a Lago. It's just a country club. It's just like any other country club and every country club. Has a director who runs the place of general manager and they have a guy who's like the head groundskeeper and most clubs. I'd say 95% of them have a couple of houses on the property where those guys live in right job. Arlette. That's part of the deal. Get a house, right Superintendent usually or some superintendent, the club, the groundskeeper. Even the director of the club felt there's a house on the grounds. Part of the deal. You get to live there. So if all else failed, Donald Trump just to clear himself the superintendent the club, but he could live there so you could do that. Now you're laughing. That's how DeNiro stayed at the hotel and casino. He became the food and beverage director, and he could stay there. Anyway at this bite administration this they're really funny. They made the blunders and the gaps and the stuff they do every day, but there's never a mention of it. Remember, Donald Trump said one wrong word. Front page of every paper lead story on every hours of cable news coverage of this Gaff this blunt of Look what he said. Look what he tweeted. But these people do this every day. Jen Psaki, who said What do you think of her? That press secretary a real stiff. Yeah, She is a stiff total stiff. She wouldn't be the life of the party in a coma Ward. I mean, no personality at all. Just really, really mean it. Just months she looks like that nasty librarian. So she was asked about. That's a good question. Space force will, uh, will the by administration keep that and she just ridicules. Okay. Space force. Oh, you want space for so she She just marked it. Uh, I guess later and they asked her. Well, what have you talked to him? She admit you don't even know who the space force contact is. I guess. Later on, she talked everybody and they explained to her. It wasn't some silly Donald Trump..
"brian sick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Efforts to pin it on Trump's supporters. At the time, the Capitol police said in an official statement. That's sick. Nick was injured while physically engaging with protesters. He returned to his division office and collapsed. Police union chairman Told reporters. Officer Sick, Nick Suffered a stroke after returning to his office. Unnamed sources told ABC News. That officer sick. Nick's death was driven by a medical condition. 10 sick, Nick told reporters his brother had texted him the evening of the riots to say. Got pepper sprayed twice. He was in good shape. Officers sick. Nick's family has issued a statement. The direct causes of Brian's injuries remain unknown. And our family asks the public and the press to respect our wishes and not making Brian's passing. Ah political issue. Brian is a hero, and that is what we would like people to remember. And there's no argument for May. For you. I guarantee you We all agree. Brian Sick, Nick. Died a hero. But his Miranda Divine. Think very accurately points out. Brian's family may not want His death to be a political issue. But it's too late. Malicious actors were determined to politicize his death. How many reports have you read that Brian Sick, Nick was beaten over the head with a fire extinguisher wielded by Trump supporters. There was a video that was produced his evidence as Miranda Divine rights. There was a fire extinguisher being tossed it a group of police, which, of course, is reprehensible. It was later confirmed that Brian Sick. Nick was not among that group. That was a red herring. Homicide, police and the FBI opened a murder investigation, she writes. So far have come up empty handed. In other words. Miranda Divine rights..
"brian sick" Discussed on WTOP
"Please watch the Super Bowl safely Gathering on Lee virtually or with the people you live with CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky when it comes to the actual game in Tampa this Sunday security is already tied. Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary David for Kusky at this time, one particular area of concern is domestic violent extremism. While there is no specific or credible threat to Super Bowl 55, it is a high profile event and security preparations are designed accordingly. Violent extremists are who led to the death of Officer Brian Sick Nick at the U. S. Capitol, and he was honored today in the very building he was trying to protect one month ago during the storming of the capital. Speaker Nancy Pelosi. We gather today United in grief, gratitude and solemn appreciation for the service and sacrifice of Officer Brian Sick Nick, and investigations underway into what caused the National Guard helicopter to go down. It's the second deadly crash in less than two weeks. Correspondent Candy McCormick, three Idaho National Guard personnel were killed when their Black Hawk crashed near Boise last night. They were all pilots taking part in a routine training flight. A ground search followed with rescue crews. It isn't clear what caused the crash a day after one of the bloodiest days and FBI history in South Florida, and investigators are trying to piece together what led to the deaths of two agents who were serving a warrant. CBS is Pat Milton. Law enforcement sources tell CBS News that the suspects Florida home was equipped with a ring security camera in the doorbell, which may have been used by the suspect to identify FBI agents approaching his front door before he opened fire, shooting them through the door, the sources said the deceased suspect Used an automatic weapon to mow down the FBI agents. Golden Globe nominations Air Out Our Steve Futterman from Los Angeles, The growing power of Netflix is very evident in the Golden Globe nominations. Two of the five films up for the top prize best dramatic film make and the Trial of The Chicago Seven are both Netflix Films. Bank has more nominations than any film six. The TV categories. The crown another Netflix production leads the way it also has six..
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"I'm Michelle Franzen. Next week The federal government will begin distributing covert 19 vaccines to retail pharmacies as supplies ramp up in the race to vaccinate CDC Director Michele Belinsky today, says Cases they're starting to decline the levels not seen since before Thanksgiving. But the plateau, she says, it's still high and new concerns are the more contagions variants. Now here in the U. S not wearing masks and participating in in person. Social gatherings have contributed to the variant spread. Happening now on Capitol Hill, the remains of U. S Capitol Police officer Brian Sick, Nick is getting ready to leave the Capitol building heading to Arlington National Cemetery, where he'll be in toured. It follows a ceremony at the U. S Capital earlier today We're side, Nick was lying in honor nearly a month after he died from injuries sustained fighting the mob of Trump supporters who stormed the building. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer spoke with service saying that sick Nick, who was also in the Air National Guard, was a dedicated officer talked to his colleagues. And they will tell you that Brian was a kind and humble man. With profound inner strength. Quiet rock of his unit. ABC News investigation Looking into allegations the NFL is discriminating against black athletes who tried to get concussion compensation has found that the accused to former athletes in a lawsuit saying that's what's being used is called race. Norman and their medical assessments, which has assumed that black athletes have a lower base level of cognitive function than white athletes, CBC's Ryan Smith as well, Here's the thing that these doctors were saying, and these players were saying They're saying that the way this formula works, it assumes that black players start at a lower cognitive level at the beginning of their careers. That makes it harder for them to prove that they had a greater that they had a cognitive decline. Essentially, they have to prove they had a greater cognitive decline. And white players under the Formula NFL is called the lawsuit. Quote entirely misguided. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's news.
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"Comrade this morning, officer Brian Sick Nick, who died from injuries he sustained here when a mob attacked the capital four weeks ago. Today he lies in honor in the rotunda, where lawmakers will soon gather for that memorial. Throughout this morning, lawmakers have paid their respects to a man who sought to protect them. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called sick, Nick Ah hero during comments this week on the Senate floor, I joined with my colleagues and members of the Capitol Police force and grieving the loss of one of their fellow officers. May his memory live forever as a model of service to our nation. After this morning's memorial, sick Nick will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery, Reporting Live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News In other news many school systems across the country, you're making plans to get kids back into the classroom, including in our area. Ah, bipartisan vote in the Virginia Senate is being seen as a clear message to school district's to return to in person. Learning by a 26 to 13 vote, The Virginia Senate passed the bill that would require schools to be reopened by July. 1st. In order to continue receiving state funding co sponsor of the measure, Senate Democrat Chap Peterson, a Fairfax spoke of his own frustration as a parent with schools that have been on remote learning since March of last year. The bill now goes to the House of Delegates and backers of the bill, say Governor Ralph Northam wants the measure to take effect as soon as it reaches his desk, particularly on O w t o P news. Meantime, one Virginia County is making plans to get kids back into their school buildings long before the States proposed deadline..
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"Expanded to include taxi drivers and restaurant workers. At the same time, there's now a push to allow restaurants to stay open late. The Super Bowl. Republican Jerry Gandolfo introduced a bill that would allow bars and restaurants to push back their curfew to midnight. Governor Cuomo put it a 10 p.m. curfew months ago because of Corona virus. But Gandolfo points to recent state data showing restaurants or not a big problem with Corona virus spread, and the Republican says the earlier curfew was hurting the industry and encourages unsafe home gatherings. I'm Scott Pringle WR News. Meanwhile, President Biden is going to continue a Super Bowl tradition for presidents. He's going to do a pre game interview president will sit down with CBS News anchor Norah O'Donnell. The interview will air during the pregame show. Mr. Biden is a big sports fan. He was in Minneapolis in 2018 with his wife, Jill. Tow watch their beloved Philadelphia Eagles win the Super Bowl. Biden's were even on the field for the post game celebration with the players. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington, The legal team for former president Trump says he can't be convicted at a Senate impeachment trial. He's already out of office. But Democrats are outlining their case and are ready to move forward correspondent Faith of Blue Bay with more. In the 80 page brief filed Tuesday, Democrats referencing Trump's own words just before the insurrection, you'll never Take back our country with weakness, saying after his failed efforts to overturn the presidential election, he worked the mob into a frenzy and aimed them like a loaded cannon down Pennsylvania Avenue body of U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick will lie in honor of the Capitol Rotunda today. The New Jersey native died during those riots. And Andrew Yang is going to be campaigning for mayor of New York City. Virtually he's now tested positive for Corona. Andrew Yang says he knew something was wrong when he woke up over the weekend, feeling pretty run down. I feel all right. I feel like I've got, you know, mild flu. Yeah, not so bad, feeling a tiny bit run down. The 46 year old had been in self quarantine after an aide tested positive for the virus. He says he'll try to attend campaign events virtually over the coming days. Yang has been off the campaign trail more than on since announcing his run on January 14th No one laden w. O R News. Is now 10, 03.
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"This is AP News. I'm Rita Fall away President Biden and the first lady of paid their respects to the U. S. Capitol Police officer killed while protecting the building from rioters in January. Officer Brian Sick, Nick is lying in honor of the Capitol Building. The AP is Jackie Quinn. And honor guard surrounds a platform that holds his urn and a folded American flag in the Capitol Rotunda in a tribute to slain Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, honored by his colleagues, Some of the Mourners arrive in khaki uniforms with slow, deliberate, respectful salutes. A morning memorial service with legislators will be followed by his interment at Arlington National Cemetery. Jackie Quinn Washington President. Biden says his heart aches for the family. He's of the two FBI agents killed yesterday in Sunrise, Florida They were there to search an apartment and a child pornography case. The suspect apparently killed himself. President wants you to be able to get a cove in 19 shot at your neighborhood pharmacy. He's freeing up more vaccine doses, and they'll start to go out to pharmacies next week. The AP Soccer Madani with what the White House is saying, This is a critical step to provide the public with convenient, trusted places. White House coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zions says it will be limited at first with one million doses distributed to some 6500 pharmacies starting next week. The ultimate goal is 40,000 pharmacies would change from CBS to Costco taking part, Zion says a priority is getting the vaccine to minority communities. Well, this was a surprise, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will give up the job to Amazon executive Andy Jassy. Bezos will stay involved.
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"A thistle is AP News. I'm Rita Fall away President Biden and the first lady of paid their respects to the U. S. Capitol Police officer killed while protecting the building from rioters in January. Officer Brian Sick, Nick is lying in honor of the Capitol building. The A P s. Jackie Quinn on Honor guard surrounds a platform that holds his urn and a folded American flag in the Capitol Rotunda in a tribute to slain Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, honored by his colleagues, some of the Mourners arriving khaki uniforms with slow, deliberate, respectful salutes. A morning memorial service with legislators will be followed by his interment at Arlington National Cemetery. Jackie Quinn washing In turn, President Biden says his heart aches for the families of the two FBI agents killed yesterday in Sunrise, Florida They were there to search an apartment and a child pornography case. The suspect apparently killed himself. President wants you to be able to get a cove in 19 shot at your neighborhood pharmacy. He's freeing up more vaccine doses, and they'll start to go out to pharmacies next week. The AP Soccer Madani with what the White House is saying, This is a critical step to provide the public with convenient, trusted places. White House coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zion says it will be limited at first with one million doses distributed to some 6500 pharmacies starting next week. The ultimate goal is 40,000 pharmacies would change from CBS to Costco taking part, Zion says a priority is getting the vaccine to minority communities. Well, this was a surprise, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will give up the job to Amazon executive Andy Jassy. Obey Zoe's will stay involved.
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"Biggest differences between the Democratic and Republican plans how much funding Congress should appropriate for state and local governments. The president's proposal, including over $300 billion while the Republican plan has no money being allocated. At 5 18, the president and first lady paying their respects to a Capitol police officer killed during last month Siege on the Capitol Police Honor Guard Standing Watch over capital Officer Brian Sick, Nick's remains as he lay in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, the president and Dr Jill Biden bowing their heads and prayer. Mr Biden touching the container with the officers cremated remains making the sign of the cross and saluting the flag honoring the man. By rioters here nearly a month ago. That is ABC. Sandy Field Officer Brian Sick, Nick, a New Jersey native who had previously served in the National Guard. Well, a different path to the White House for former presidential candidate Pete Buddha. Judge CBS is Allison Keyes, with reaction is Mayor pizzas. He is often known as confirmed as the first openly gay Cabinet secretary in U. S history. What the judge was confirmed as transportation secretary by 86 to 13 vote in the Senate and Human rights campaign President Alphonso David says that ends an era where LGBT Q plus, people were told they couldn't aspire to higher political office because of their sexual orientation. That is no longer the case, David says. This means young people now know that they can run and win were elated that we were able to break down this barrier. Once and for all. Allison Keyes. CBS NEWS Washington had 5 19 President Biden signing another Syriza of orders to undo his predecessors, immigration policies, the latest executive actions taking aim at family separation, border security and legal immigration. The proposed legislation is looking to give legal status in a path to citizenship to all of the estimated 11 million people. In the country who do not have it. Meantime, at 5 20 Democrats laying out their arguments and the second impeachment trial of former President Trump filing an 80 page brief, accusing him of inciting the attack of the gap of Trump's new legal team. In their 14 page response, saying the Senate lacks jurisdiction to remove from office, a man who does not hold office at one of his lawyers saying this to Fox News. Can you imagine any American citizen? Considering it to be a trial in which the judge and jury has already announced publicly that the defendant must be convicted in this case and Trump's legal team, arguing that Trump's speech before the Capitol riot is protected under the First Amendment entered Ember ABC NEWS Washington Now that we are in the month of February, if you're looking to brush up on black history this month, man and Worcester has a perfect game for you. How many price and his family were killing time in quarantine with a card game. Like what? If To create a game that could celebrate black history. This was around like the George Floyd movement, so he went all in and spent the summer perfecting the rules. I have like my one with that cards and I magic market them. The finished product is a mix of historical trivia. Guess the slang and a category called Truth or dance, some serious potential for embarrassment there, but win or lose. The real object of the game is to learn none of these dances before making his game. Now I'm cheating when I played the game, so as long as you don't play with Dominique, you might have a shot to win that blacked out game All one word match your WBZ Boston's news radio's 5 21. We've got a break in the action. In.
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"Gunman, authorities say killed himself. The fallen special agents Daniel Alphen and Laura Schwarzenberger were saluted as their flag draped remains were escorted to the medical examiner. Both well known for their work fighting crimes against Children. U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick lies and honor in the Capitol Rotunda. President Biden and the first lady are among those who have paid their respects to the officer who died in the January 6th Capitol attack. Lawmakers will pay tribute at a ceremony Wednesday morning Sickness will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery. President Biden Pans. Republicans alternative to his $1.9 Trillion covert relief plan. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer share President Biden's desire to advance this legislation in a bipartisan way. But the work must move forward. We are not going to dilute Either or delay. President Biden says the GOP $618 billion offer is too small, more vaccines heading out to taxi drivers and others in the Big Apple. Your governor Andrew Cuomo says restaurant workers will now be eligible for the quota virus vaccine so to our taxi drivers and the developmentally disabled, but it's all up to county officials to give the green light and it comes as the state struggles with an extremely limited supply of shots. Almost says the federal government is signaling that it will send New York more doses in the coming weeks. There are nearly 200,000 license cabbies and ride hell drivers in New York City alone. That Piper CBS NEWS NEW York After clip after clearing 2 Ft of snow from sidewalks and driveways, some folks near Boston had a little fun. WBZ TV's Michael across It wasn't all work and no play lows shed, Park was filling up with families enjoying some sledding. Hang in the air on an airplane. There's just got to get him outside. Changes coming to Amazon details from business reporter Jason Brooks. Amazon boss Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO for the company he founded in 1994 and will transition into the role of executive chair Andy Jassy, who currently runs Amazon Web services will take over for Bezos as CEO. Basil says he'll focus on new products and initiatives. This is CBS News, Traffic and Weather Together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. And one of.
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"Vaccine and how to beef up your face mask. I'm Michelle Bash, high honor for falling. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sick. Nick, who died from injuries suffered from the insurrection will lie in honor in the capital Rotunda next week. Members of Congress begin to make moves now against freshmen Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene for her past statements about wanting to kill and assassinate lawmakers. PBS NEWS, Our senior national correspondent On the Nova's will explain at 11 40. It's 11 31 well pandemic relief. That is a lot of the talked lately during the pandemic. The White House says There's an urgent need for Congress to pass its latest relief package, which could bring many Americans some financial help, latest now from DBT, Opie's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. Our view is that this bill Should be bipartisan should be, but will it be? White House press Secretary Jen Psaki says it's critical for Congress to move quickly on the nearly $2 trillion package, which would include $1400 checks for many Americans. Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen says Democrats need to seriously consider utilizing budget reconciliation, which would allow them to narrowly passed the measure. With or without Republican support. In the Senate. It is important Part of this process now, so that we don't spend weeks and weeks wringing our hands in negotiation. Well, Republicans have suggested breaking up the package sake, says President Biden isn't ready to do that. He's put forward his plan, and his main bottom line is that we're not going to break it Apart on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P new. We're beginning to see some of the immediate differences between the Biden White House and the former Trump White House and the response to covert 19. CNN reporting, the Biden administration will release covert 19 reports that have specific information on states. Up until now, those reports under the former Trump administration were not made public. A White House official telling CNN. The administration is committed to being a partner to states for resource is and clear guidance and will be transparent even when it's not easy or when the truth is difficult. 11 33, a Capitol Hill lawmaker, received both doses of covert 19 vaccine from five Now picked up the virus. Massachusetts Congressman Stephen Lynch testing positive after one of his staffers was found to have it this week. A Lynch is not displaying any symptoms. Health experts have said that it's possible the catch covert before you've received both of you booster shots and achieve full immunity. Johnson and Johnson, meanwhile, saying it's vaccine appears to protect against Cove, it would just one shot. Results of the company's phase three study show. The single shot vaccine was 66% effective overall, eh, preventing moderate to severe illness That's much lower than the 94 to 95% effectiveness of the Moderna and Fizer vaccines. But there were no deaths and no hospitalizations. 28 days after vaccination, So that's beautiful. Right? CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr Jonathan Lapook spoke with W. T. O. P S. Hillary and Sean and with Corona Virus variants. Now appearing. Lapook suggests wearing a surgical mask under a two layer cloth mask. Or you could have a single mass that has two layers of fabric at a pocket in the middle, and in that middle pocket, you can put some kind of a filter and 95 former 13 or something. Dash. W T O P News, the U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died from injuries suffered during the January 6 storming of the capital will line honor in the Capitol Rotunda. In a news release, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell saying in part made the ceremony and the knowledge that so many mourn with and pray for them to be a comfort to officer sick Nick's family during this sad time. The ceremonial arrival will take place on Tuesday at 9:30 P.m. officer sickening will lie in honor until noon on Wednesday. The ceremony we opened up to invited will only be for invited guests on Lee, The acting Capitol police chief's idea to keep permanent fencing around the Capitol complex is not sitting well with leaders D. C Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton sends a letter to chief Yoga Nonda Pittman announce amounting that fence to security theater. It would make the capital look safe, but will mask the lack of state of the art security measures that could actually prevent attacks in the future. Norn calls the fencing India an overreaction that fundamentally changes the People's house into a fortress against the people. Ah high level source with the mayor Bowser's office telling W. T o P that they are in touch with Norton to ensure DC's voices heard coming up after traffic and Weather. House Democrats said to be collecting fresh evidence now the capital ride to present at former President Trump's Impeachment trial 11 36. Your.
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"This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Scott Simon. Flag over the U. S. Capitol has been lowered to half staff. I saw it on my way into the studio today. Democracy had a near death experience this week when a mob overran the building. Five people did die in the siege, including Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick. Bill to impeach President Trump for incitement of insurrection will be introduced by Democrats on Monday. If he doesn't resign. First members of both parties are calling for President Trump to be held. Accountable for encouraging the mob. Representative Roger Krishnamurthy, Democrat of Illinois, joins us he was in his office when the attack began and was escorted to safety. He and his staff are unharmed. Congressman. Thanks so much for being with us on this this momentous week. Good morning, Scott. What does a bill to impeach accomplish when Trump has just 12 days left in office and the Senate probably doesn't have time to hold a trial. Anyway. I think there's three things that people like myself feel right now, Um You know, I think that first the president has not ruled out pardoning himself. He's actively looking at that, uh, and the insurrectionists in connection with Wednesday Secondly, he still has access to the awesome might of the military. And then third and probably most disturbing is that What happened on January 6th this past Wednesday might not be the end of the insurrection. But the beginning, and I think there's a gut feeling that there's so many unanswered questions and we can get into that. About what happened that you know he remains a clear and present danger to our country. Right now. We will impeachment address that. I mean, look, you're a very accomplished attorney. Couldn't he get up this morning and pardon himself if that's what he wants to do. Um, we can get into the legal scholarship on this. But technically, somebody who is impeached may not be able to pardon themselves and the impeachment process could happen. Even After somebody leaves office. But I think that the first preference for everybody is, you know his resignation or removal through the 25th amendment. I think the most important thing, Scott That after what we saw this past week Given the The outrage and the sense of betrayal. And of course the grief is doing nothing is not an option. Congressman. There are already reports that people organizing for more of islands on inauguration Day or another day won't even mention the date, although it'll get reported a few days before the inauguration. You're a member of the House Intelligence Committee. How worried are you about the days ahead? I think we have to be concerned. God, I You know, I think that you know, folks like myself woke up on Wednesday and we knew that there would be ah, large crowd. I didn't anticipate how large it ended up being, You know, thousands and thousands of people. And I never anticipated that the president would incite. You know this mob torto march on the Capitol and quote unquote Go wild on instigate the insurrection. But we at this point I have to be wiser to what possible and we have to prepare accordingly. Representative Roger Krishnamurthy of Illinois. Thank you. I hope you and your staff for all right? We're okay. Our democracy will be okay. We just have to defend the constitution our country at all costs at this point, and I think that's job number one for Congress. Congressman. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you, sir. Donald Trump has been permanently banned from Twitter. After four years of firings, announcements and insults by presidential tweet. The company said it made the decision quote due to the risk of further incitement. Violence. Further incitement, it said. Like what preceded Wednesday shocking insurrection of the capital. White House correspondent Tamara Keith has been following this, Tam Thanks so much for being with us. Glad to be with you. I mean, I'm inclined to say what prompted this band, but I mean in a funny way, What didn't write, according to fact, based, which is a site that tracks him. By the time Trump's account was suspended. Nearly 500 of his tweets had been flagged by Twitter, mostly related to election misinformation. And that came after four years of riling up his supporters to hate Democrats. The media Anyone who wasn't loyal to him. Remember there were those modified videos that he tweeted of Him wrestling the CNN logo or shooting up a roomful of his opponents. All of that rhetoric reached a boiling point Wednesday when pro Trump supporter stormed the capital. His account was locked Wednesday. And Twitter warned that it would be suspended if he further broke the rules. But then he tweeted again yesterday once it was unlocked, and what he tweeted was that those who can voted for him will continue to have a voice and that he would not be attending Joe Biden's inauguration. Company said those tweets are likely to further incite violence. So it made the suspension permanent. And what is the reaction been from the president and his supporters? After the band last night, Trump tried to get around it. He tweeted from the at POTUS account. Then a campaign account Our campaign advisers account. It was like whack a mole and Twitter took them all down. The White House, then also sent the statement via at the White House press pool, You know, like the old fashioned way, innit? Trump complained of being silenced and said he and his supporters are negotiating with other sites and looking into building their own platform. I was listening to conservative talk radio on my way home from the White House last night, and Mark Levin, who is an ally of the president's was encouraging everyone to delete Twitter and Facebook and moved to parlor. Which is another platform with conservative backing and a lot less moderation. But that platform is now getting pressure from Google and Apple Jam. We have all reported on Countless tweets over the past four years from from Donald Trump. How big a blow is this ban to his determination to remain a huge public figure post presidency. Yeah, it has been essential to how he built his support how he got his message directly to the people, including firing people. As we said before commanding loyalty, even you know, introducing are tanking legislation. Here's what he said about it on Fox in 2019. I've destroyed bills that were going to be voted on. There were bad and I've gotten bills passed that we're good by using Twitter and Twitter is really a typewriter for me, Julie, not Twitter. It's What goes on television and they have breaking his tweet. I say what says Boom and then breaking news he tweeted for posterity. At the time his account was banned. He had sent 57,000 and 67 tweets. Twitter was his voice all caps, ending with an exclamation point. Democrats introducing impeachment motion, I guess on Monday, barring ah, they say a resignation by the president. We don't expect a resignation, Do we? We don't. He's hanging on as far as we know you. And the real question is what does his political future look like? Especially if he doesn't have his megaphone. And if he's just the man behind the curtain NPR's Tamara Keith..
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"Capitol Hill Police officer who died hours. After defending the US capital for the violent mob on Wednesday. The Associated Press reports. Officer Brian Sick Nick was hit over the head with a fire extinguisher and later died from his injuries have a graph from W. J. L A and D. C. Spoke to the family of this fallen officer. The heart says flags that the U. S Capitol were lowered to half staff on Friday. Just one of the many ways that Officer Brian Sick. Nick is now being honored. U S Capitol police say officer Sick. Nick died Thursday night as a result of injuries sustained during Wednesday's riot at the Capitol Azzam mob of the president's supporters stormed the building. Well, from the beginning. I knew he was Capitol police, so I wa sky and of worried I was just saying I hope he's okay. I hope he's okay. Blondie Gara lived just a few doors down from Officer sick, Nick in this quiet northern Virginia. Community. By the time Capitol police officers arrived on their street Friday morning, she realized her neighbor never made it home. It was just a very sad day in America. Very tragic, very sad that he died defending our Constitution, Blondie, another nearby residents told us. They got to know officers sick, Nick because he was often outside walking his dogs and friendly to every person he saw. He always took the timeto. Stop and say hi and ask how you're doing which a lot of people don't do these days. Wonderful neighbor animal lover on obviously serving serving the community and serving the country. And the work that he was doing so officer Brian Sick, Nick is now being Lord absolutely hero has been a lot of ways from his neighborhood to the nation's capital and in the hearts of his fellow officers and the family members he leaves behind. We did get a chance to speak to officer sick Nick's brother earlier today, and he says loved ones are still trying to make sense.
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"News starts now top local stories coming up in weekend whether two it's three o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Chuck's he received action two days after the Capitol Hill attack House Democrats issuing a single article of impeachment against President Trump, charging him with willfully inciting violence against the government of the U. S. With his comments at a rally near the White House, the impeachment article says the president encouraged his supporters lawless action of the capital. Nearly 75% of the House Democrats have already signed onto the bill and the field. ABC News Washington article also mentions the president's call, too. Georgia's secretary of state, telling him to find more votes for him and a letter to Democratic colleagues. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi doubling down on the 25th amendment. A White House statement says impeachment against the president, who it says has done a great job. Will only further divide the country President elect Joe Biden, saying he leaves whether or not to impeach up to the Congress, adding this had the active encouragement. Of a city president of the United States. And the way in which the breakdown and security occurred, needs to be thoroughly investigated. Federal prosecutors have made dozens of arrests, including of a man they believe is the one scene and House Speaker Pelosi's office. The U. S attorney's office investigating the death of Capitol police Officer Brian Sick Nick injured in the riot. ABC is Pierre Thomas is a great sadness across the city with the death of that officer. Injured. A Z engaged that mob that took over the capital glove question officials heartbroken by what happened. They are vowing their valley to find out exactly how he died. Was he assaulted? Was he in fact murdered? That is one of the questions they're trying to resolve wasn't some kind of medical emergency, but they believe that Somehow in association with engaging that crowd. This man is dead more than 4000. Americans died yesterday of covert a record and for the first time since April, the Labor Department reports 140,000 jobs were lost. In December. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected..