NEWS ALERT: Footage reportedly shows Capitol cop Brian Sicknick uninjured on Jan. 6

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Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick still is described as a victim of January 6, murdered by Trump supporters rioting at the Capitol, despite an autopsy report which shows he died of a stroke the following day.

The New York Times initially reported that Sicknick had been beaten to death with a fire extinguisher, before retracting the claim more than a month later.

To this day, media accounts claim Sicknick was “slain” on Jan. 6, and powerful Democrats, including Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi have continued to cite his death as evidence of a “deadly insurrection” at the Capitol that day.

However, surveillance video aired by Fox News host Tucker Carlson Monday night shows a police officer, alleged to be Sicknick, wearing a helmet and walking normally through the Capitol building,  “after he was supposedly murdered by the mob outside,” Carlson said.

The officer is seen picking something up, and motioning protesters out of the Capitol, but he appears to be in absolutely no distress.

“Whatever happened to Brian Sicknick was very obviously not the result of violence he suffered at the entrance to the Capitol. This tape overturns the single most powerful and politically useful lie the Democrats have told us about January 6,” Carlson said Monday night.

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