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Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Murdered One Day Before J6 Hearing
Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Murdered One Day Before J6 Hearing

Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Murdered One Day Before J6 Hearing

Michael Stenger

Michael Stenger, the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms during the January 6, 2021 Capitol riot that saw the Senate chamber occupied by protesters, is reported by Hill reporters to have died. A cause of death has not been reported.

Then Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) asked for and received Stenger’s resignation the day after the riot.

Politico’s Katherine Tully-McManus broke the news of Stenger’s passing Monday afternoon, “Former Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Michael Stenger died this morning. He joined the SAA team in 2011 after a career with the Secret Service and was appointed SAA in 2018.”

Fox News’ Chad Pergram confirmed the news Monday evening, “Fox confirms that Michael Stenger, the Senate Sergeant at Arms who was in charge of Senate security the day of the Capitol riot, has died.”

Stenger testified before a joint hearing of the Senate Rules and Homeland Security Committees on February 23.

Stenger was a Marine Corps veteran who served 35 years in the Secret Service before joining the office of the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms in 2011. He was nominated by McConnell to be the Senate’s 41st Sergeant-at-Arms in 2018.

Source: TheGatewayPundit

One rumor that has not been confirmed by the fake news, but has an eye witness is that Stenger was shot and killed crossing the street heading for his apartment. Allegedly the shooting was partially captured on surveillance video.


Stenger testified before Congress in 2021, saying there should be investigations of the funding and travel of what appeared to be “professional agitators.” It’s not clear who he was referencing in that testimony however, those who were watching understand it was an organized infiltration and President Trump’s request for 20,000 security guards was ignored by General M. Flynn and no help was given to the Capitol Chief of Police by both McConnell and Pelosi the day of the capitol breech. McConnell and Pelosi had the authority to call for back up and did not.

Source: https://diannemarshallreport.com/michael-stenger-the-sergeant-at-arms-in-charge-of-j-6-capitol-security-shot/

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