‘The indifference shown to my colleagues is disgraceful,’ says Michael Fanone Police officer hits out at 'disgraceful' attempts to downplay Capitol riots A right-wing pundit and Fox News contributor smeared DC Capitol Police Officer Michael Fanone as a “crisis actor” after his emotional testimony to the 6 January commission.
Officer said he was unconscious for four minutes during the attack Capitol Police Officer MIchael Fanone was holding back insurrectionists on 6 January when one of them grabbed him, calling out “I got one” as they pulled him into the sea of rioters. Fearing what that meant, the officer offered a desperate reply.
DC cop Michael Fanone bangs his fist on table in rage during Jan 6 hearing and slams the Republicans who 'deny' there was violence at the Capitol
The D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer addressed the panel on Tuesday He slammed his fist on the table and said: 'The indifference shown to my colleagues is disgraceful' Fanone added that those denying violence occurred on January 6 are 'betraying their oath of office' Told the seven Democrats and two Republicans he feared he would be killed by his own weapon
Fanone hammers Republicans who mischaracterise events of riot Capitol Police officer Michael Fanone used part of his testimony before the House select panel investigating the 6 January attack on the Capitol to sharply criticise some Republican lawmakers who have made misleading or outright false statements about the siege. During his remarks before the committee on Tuesday, Mr Fanone said that those lawmakers who have made false statements about the events of that day have betrayed their oath of office.
Michael Fanone shouted when he told lawmakers, "The indifference shown to my colleagues is disgraceful!” Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone, one of the most vocally critical law enforcement officers who responded to the Capitol riot, gave some fiery testimony Tuesday morning during the first congressional hearing on the events of January 6.
A DC Metropolitan police officer in an emotional testimony said he yelled ‘I’ve got kids’ to stop January 6 rioters from hurting him during the January 6 insurrection. Speaking during the House select committee’s first hearing on Tuesday morning, officer Michael Fanone revealed that he suffered a heart attack as rioters stormed the Capitol building.
A Washington police officer who suffered a heart attack and a brain injury after being beaten by Trump supporters during the deadly Capitol attack emerged from meeting the House Republican leader, Kevin McCarthy, on Friday to tell reporters: “I need a drink.” “This experience for me is not something that I enjoy doing,” Michael Fanone said.
Fanone added: “Trying to make an appointment with Kevin McCarthy is like trying to get an appointment with God.” — Manu Raju (@mkraju) June 23, 2021 The riots were largely spurred by protesters storming the Capitol in a bid to halt the certification of the Electoral College vote in the 2020 election.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on Friday is expected to meet with D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone, who was hurt in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, The Associated Press reported. Fanone is expected to be joined by Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn and Gladys Sicknick, the mother of the late Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick.
‘The overwhelming feeling is that we’ve been abandoned,’ DC Metropolitan Police officer Michael Fanone says Officer injured in January 6 riot calls for 9/11 style independent commission A police officer who was brutally beaten during the 6 January insurrection at the US Capitol has joined calls for an independent commission into the deadly incident.
Officer injured in Capitol riot says Kevin McCarthy’s claim he tried to set up meeting is ‘bulls***’
The officers who defended the Capitol have gotten a chilly reception from parts of the Republican party Brian Sicknick's family speak out over 6 January commission resistance from GOP Michael Fanone, a Washington DC police officer who was severely injured during the 6 January riot at the Capitol, said on Wednesday that public overtures about setting up a meeting from the top House Republican, Kevin McCarthy, were “bullsh**.”
Hero cop who was 'tortured' by Capitol rioters says he feels 'abandoned' by the lawmakers he almost died trying to protect as he demands an independent commission
D.C. Police Officer Michael Fanone said he felt 'abandoned' by members of Congress in an interview with CBS This Morning on Wednesday Fanone was on the front lines of the Capitol insurrection on January 6 and was injured trying to prevent protestors from entering the building He is now calling on members of Congress to create an independent commission to study the events of the day
A Republican congressman “ran as quickly as he could, like a coward” when a police officer injured in the attack on Congress on 6 January saw him and tried to shake his hand, the officer said. “I was very cordial,” Michael Fanone told CNN on Wednesday of his interaction with Andrew Clyde, in a Capitol elevator earlier that day.
Rep. Paul Gosar's (R-Ariz.) brothers on Thursday apologized "on behalf of the actual sane members" of the Gosar family for the Arizona Republican's false claims about the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. "First off, I'd like to thank Officer Fanone and the other Capitol Hill police officers for their bravery and heroism on that day," David Gosar said, referring to an officer who was injured during the riot.
'He ran away like a coward': Hero cop beaten with a flagpole in January 6 riot accuses congressman of snubbing him during chance meeting after he voted against recognizing police who defended Capitol
Michael Fanone said on Wednesday that Rep. Andrew Clyde refused to shake his hand during a chance encounter on Capitol Hill They met outside an elevator which Fanone said Clyde 'ran like a coward' as soon as the doors opened, after trying to record their conversation Clyde has not commented on the event or responded to press questions
‘The presence of these heroes can make some people uncomfortable’ Capitol Hill rioters tase and beat officer to ground Two House members – a Republican and a Democrat – on Wednesday accused GOP congressman Andrew Clyde of refusing to shake hands with Michael Fanone, a police officer who was injured during the 6 January Capitol riots.
Officer Michael Fanone said Rep. Andrew Clyde ignored him and ran away "like a coward." Michael Fanone, a D.C. police officer who was repeatedly beaten and electroshocked by the insurrectionist mob that attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, called Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) a “coward” on CNN Wednesday for refusing to face him about the ordeal.
#BREAKING Officer Fanone just ran into @Rep_Clyde at Capitol (he’s the “Jan 6 was a typical tour” guy). Fanone introduced himself as “someone who fought to defend the Capitol” and put out his hand. Clyde refused to shake it.