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[WATCH] Brian Sicknick’s Brother Says ‘Monster’ Trump Is Responsible For His Death

[WATCH] Brian Sicknick’s Brother Says ‘Monster’ Trump Is Responsible For His Death

As the January 6th House Select Committee gets ever closer to exposing the details of the Republican-led effort to overturn the 2020 Presidential election and the subsequent riot that followed when those efforts failed, the possibility for criminal charges against Donald Trump and in his inner circle appear to be more likely. While the panel is investigating criminal conspiracy charges, a family member of fallen Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick believes a murder charge should be added to the list of Trump’s crimes.

Ken Sicknick has finally broken his silence regarding his younger brother, one year after the mob injured him gravely enough to trigger the two strokes that ultimately caused his death, as ruled by the Washington, DC medical examiner. Appearing on CNN’s “New Day” on Monday, Sicknick told host John Berman exactly what he thought of Trump and his role in his brother’s death.

WASHINGTON, DC – FEBRUARY 03: Capitol Hill Police Officer Brian Sicknick lies in honor in the Rotunda of the US Capitol February 3, 2021 in Washington, DC. Officer Sicknick died as a result of injuries he sustained during the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. He will lie in honor until February 3 and then be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch-Pool/Getty Images)

“It changed my view of a lot of things. it changed my view of the — I mean, I’m going to be pejorative — the monster that created the situation to begin with,” Sicknick said. “It changed my view of how people react to media events. It’s become quite tribal, whether you’re on one side or the other.”

Trump had recently complained during an interview that no one was talking about the crowd size on January 6th, a display of astounding narcissism even by Trump standards: “They never show helicopter pictures of that incredible crowd because it’s the largest crowd I have ever spoken before,” Trump said on OAN. “I never had a crowd — I have never seen a crowd that big.”

Berman asked Ken Sicknick what he thought, and Sicknick didn’t hold back. “He’s a narcissist,” Sicknick replied. “Not once — at least that I heard — has he ever mentioned the five police officers that died because of the events of that day.”

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“He’s so blinded by his own — by himself — that he can’t see what he caused, the pain. I mean, just the damage to the Capitol building alone. And all he can think about is how many people were at his rally. The guy is — I can’t say any more because we will probably have to censor it.”

Watch the segment, below.

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