Sandra Garza appeared on CNN Thursday following the third listening to of the Home choose committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, assault. Her boyfriend, Sicknick, was assaulted through the riot, collapsed after returning to his workplace that day and died about eight hours later. Medical officers stated he suffered two strokes.
“I used to be really extra moved on the primary listening to with a whole lot of the testimony that I heard,” Garza stated, “as a result of there was so many individuals that would have intervened and stated, ‘You already know what? I’m going to go to the media. I’m going to go to the press. I’m going to scream from the rooftops and attempt to cease this.’”
“They knew Trump intimately. They knew how harmful he was. And no one did something to cease him.”
Requested by CNN’s Jake Tapper if she was referring to former President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka and her husband, Kushner, Garza stated “completely, sure. Ivanka particularly.”
“I imply, households have been decimated due to what occurred on the sixth. Individuals died due to what occurred on the sixth.”
She famous that Kushner, in testimony aired finally week’s listening to, stated he considered White Home counsel Pat Cipollone and his crew’s repeated threats to resign within the days earlier than the tried coup as “whining.”
“They mainly had a conscience,” Garza stated, however Kushner simply put that all the way down to “whining.”
“Inform Jared Kushner what you assume,” Tapper instructed Garza.
Trying instantly into the digital camera, Garza stated: “Jared, Ivanka, sure, it’s laborious to face as much as a member of the family, a father, father-in-law. However you might have completed one thing. You could possibly have averted the bloodshed that befell, together with the suicides that befell after. Individuals died.”
Garza stated Sicknick was a Republican and had voted for Trump.