CNN spoke with Couy Griffin, a county commissioner in New Mexico, and founder of Cowboys For Trump. He has been charged by the Department of Justice for breaching the Capitol.
“I’m not even so sure that Officer Sicknick’s even dead. I’m serious. That’s, that’s how–and I hate to be so crazy conspiracy-minded. I’m not even so sure Ashli Babbitt is dead,” Griffin said.
New Mexico county commissioner Cuoy Griffin told CNN he questioned the veracity of the deaths of a Capitol police officer and a protestor during the insurrection. https://t.co/VUV9YMBOLQ
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) June 19, 2021
Couy Griffin galloped to fame as the founder of Cowboys for Trump. The county commissioner from New Mexico now faces a recall drive, a state corruption investigation and federal charges stemming from the U.S. Capitol siege. https://t.co/daHAPSVYHE
— The Associated Press (@AP) June 20, 2021
— Beyond My 4 Walls (@VWalls4) June 18, 2021