Mike Fanone, a Capitol Police officer who later testified in front of the sham Jan 6th committee, is now joining CNN.
He is quitting the police force.
Mike Fanone tells me he will be a "law enforcement contributor" with @cnn after resigning today from the @DCPoliceDept. When I interviewed Fanone back in June, he made it clear he was re-assessing his future as an officer after #CapitolRiot attack. https://t.co/nvGxoYaBwb
— Eric Flack (@EricFlackTV) December 20, 2021
Mike Fanone, who became one of the faces of the Capitol Riot after he was brutally attacked by the mob January 6, tells WUSA9 he has resigned his position as an officer with the DC Metropolitan Police Department and is headed to CNN.
Fanone confirmed the news Monday in a series of text messages to WUSA9. Fanone says he will be serving as a law enforcement contributor for the cable news network.
CNN has yet to publicly confirm Fanone’s new position. The DC Police Department has yet to respond to a request for comment about Fanone’s departure.
Fanone seemed uncertain about his future when he sat down for an interview with WUSA9 in June.
Pelosi blocked some Capitol Police officers from testifying:
He previously called those on Jan 6th terrorists:
WATCH:-Officer Michael Fanone Calls January 6 Rioters ‘Terorrists’
Dinesh D’Souza did a video on him:
WATCH-The Left’s New Golden Boy: Officer Brian Fanone’
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