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.
His sudden death came as a shock and disappointment to committee members who thought he might have more bullshit dirt on Trump. His death came as a surprise on Monday - the same day an unexpected additional hearing of the committee investigating the riot was held. The 'surprise meeting' presented nothing of any value and was heavily 'staged'
The committee heard bullshit, third-party hearsay so-called 'evidence' from Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to Donald Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows, a woman who obviously thinks she's gonna get a new job on the left side of the aisle, but if she starves to death I
probably wouldn't mind at all...