Former Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Michael Stenger
As The Gateway Pundit’s Kristinn Taylor reported on Monday — 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.”
Former Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Michael Stenger died this morning.— K Tully-McManus (@ktullymcmanus) June 27, 2022
He joined the SAA team in 2011 after a career with the Secret Service and was appointed SAA in 2018.
Stenger later testified on the January 6 protests and riot.
He told investigators that “paid professional agitators” were operating on January 6th in Washington DC.
Michael Stenger: we have an opportunity to learn lessons from January 6th. Investigations should be considered as to the funding and traveling of what appears to be professional agitators. First Amendment rights should always be considered in conjunction with these investigations.
Ray Epps, anyone?
Now, Stenger is dead.
Here is Stenger’s earlier testimony on the paid agitators.