The policeman who died in the Capitol riot was also a supporter of President Trump-his father hoped that his death will now help stop the “lunatics” who weakened the United States.
His father told Reuters that Capitol Police Brian D.
When he was taken to a nearby hospital, paramedics rescued the New Jersey native twice, but Sikhnik died the next day-one of five deaths in a glorious day.
His father Charles Sicknick told Telecom: “He eventually formed a blood clot on his brain.” “If they operate on him, he will become a vegetable.”
His father said that although the president has not yet made contact with his family, he is still a Trump supporter and he is a native of Procyon.
Vice President Mike Pence did call the family, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi also called the family.
His father said that although he supported Trump, the official never let go of his political views-his first important task was to work at the inauguration of President Barack Obama in 2009.
“He loves his job,”
The sad father said that he avoided talking about politics with his son, but hoped that the shock of his death would bring about change.
His father said: “If my son’s death does any good, I just hope it can stop all the madness that is happening in this country.”
“I should die first. Not my son,” the 82-year-old father said. “I will never overcome.”
Washington Metropolitan Police are investigating Sicknick’s death as a homicide. The FBI is assisting.
Before joining the Congress Police in 2008, he served in the National Guard and was deployed to Saudi Arabia and Kyrgyzstan.
“His death was a waste,” said John Krenzel, the mayor of Sicknick’s hometown in South River, New Jersey. “This is just a tragedy.”