EXCLUSIVE on the Third Jan. 6 Victim: Video of Trump Supporter Being Given CPR as Police Stand Around and Watch on Jan. 6

Four Trump supporters were killed at the Jan. 6 protests.
** 35-year-old Veteran Ashli Babbitt was shot in cold blood by Lt. Mike Byrd inside the Capitol without warning
** 34-year-old Recovering addict Rosanne Boyland was killed by Capitol Police when they pushed her down and continued to push Trump supporters on top of her.
** 55 years old Trump supporter Kevin Greeson
** 50-year-old Trump supporter Benjamin Phillips
The fake news mainstream media continues to push the lie that Officer Brian Sicknick was killed by protesters on Jan. 6. This is a proven lie. Sicknick died from a stroke the day after the protests.
On Friday we reported on a second eye-witness account from a Trump supporter who tried to save Rosanne Boyland who was also killed by Capitol Police.

EXCLUSIVE: Second Eye-Witness Steps Forward — CONFIRMS Capitol Hill Police Killed Trump Supporter Rosanne Boyland Then Attacked Those Who Tried to Save Her (VIDEO)

On Saturday we received video of a third Trump supporter who died that day. It is not clear if this was Kevin Greeson or Benjamin Phillips.
In the video Trump supporters are seen giving CPR to the victim as Capitol Police stand around and watch.

This comes from @PubliusPatriot on Gab.

I have a similar story to the story about Rosanne Boyland. A gentleman died from a cardiac issue at the west front and patriots were giving CPR and first aid. There were ambulances nearby and the crowd was yelling for them to help this man but they walked as slow as they could, nonchalant would be a good description.
I have video of the gentleman down and getting help from patriots. The Capitol Police just stood there watching.
FYI… I was one of only a few dozen people who saw this thing start. I’ve read 100s of eyewitness accounts and not one of them covers the first 1-5 minutes properly. It was all coordinated and very professional, nothing organic about it.


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