Trump Wins. What Next? (Part 1)
Trump Delivered a Brutal Line to Heckling Libertarians
I Can’t Stand These Democrats, Part 2
American Flags Fit Into The National Park Experience
Increased Devotion
A President Who Exalts Evil
Is There Anything Wrong With Liking Caitlin Clark Because She’s White, Straight, AND...
Don't Know Much about History, or How to Be a Leftist
Our President, the Pathological Liar
Veterans Shaping America: Reflections on Memorial Day’s Political Impact
Pride’s 30-Day Insult to American Excellence
Israel Standing Alone Among the Nations of the World
New Book Explains How the Second Amendment Came From Our Judeo-Christian Heritage
The Cost of the War on Terror was Paid by My Wife and...
Memorial Day: More than Honoring Lives Lost in American Wars
Tipsheet

Sergeant at Arms Who Oversaw Senate Security on January 6 Is Dead

AP Photo/J. David Ake

The highly partisan and corrupt January 6 Committee is holding a special, last-minute session Tuesday afternoon. 

Less than 24 hours before the hearing, news broke that the Senate Sergeant at Arms who oversaw security the day of the U.S. Capitol breach is dead after a battle with cancer. 

Advertisement

"It is with great sadness that we inform you that former Sergeant at Arms, Michael C. Stenger, passed away this morning. Michael C. Stenger was the 41St Sergeant at Arms for the United States Senate, appointed in April 2018," the office of the Senate Sergeant at Arms released in a statement. "Mr. Stenger began working for the Senate Sergeant at Arms in 2011, serving as Assistant Sergeant at Arms for the Office of Protective Services and Continuity (now OSEPC) before his appointment as Deputy SAA in May 2014. Mr. Stenger received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Farleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey and attained the rank of Captain in the United States Marine Corps before a distinguished career in the United States Secret Service." 

Advertisement

Stenger previously testified in front of the Senate Homeland Security Committee. 

"There is an opportunity to learn from the events of January 6. Investigations should be considered, as should the funding and travel of what appears to be professional agitators," Stenger said. 

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement