It took until April for the medical investigator to release his report, which determined that Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick died the day after the storming of the Capitol from natural causes, and there were no indications of injuries — putting to rest the narrative that he was bludgeoned to death by a Trump supporter with a fire extinguisher, the claim that originally made the rounds in the media but was then corrected (by some).

Or maybe the narrative has not been put to rest. After CNN’s Don Lemon interviewed Capitol Police officer Michael Fanone about the Capitol attack, Rep. Jason Crow jumped on Twitter and said he would not let anyone sweep under the rug the fact that the mob killed an officer January 6.

Nevertheless, Crow will not forget how a mob killed an officer that day. He won’t let anybody sweep it under the rug … as they did with the name of the man who shot and killed Ashli Babbitt.