G. McConway
February 5, 2024

Mike Gill, Former Trump Staffer, Dead After D.C. Carjacking Incident

Tragedy has struck the Trump family.  

Mike Gill, who served in Trump’s administration, has died.  

Gill was the victim of an attempted carjacking in D.C. several days ago.  

Gone Too Soon 

The death of Gill was announced by his wife, Kristina, on social media.  

She stated, “It is with profound sadness that I wish to inform the community of the passing of my husband, Mike Gill. 

“His sudden departure has left a void in our lives that can never be filled.” 

She added, “Over the course of his remarkable life, Mike brought people together and made them feel included, supported, and loved. 

“His heart was evident in everything he did, as demonstrated by his mentorship and deep friendships with those who worked with him professionally.  

“Above all, Mike spoke with pride and love about his family, especially our children, Sean, Brian, and Annika.” 

Gill served on the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission when Trump was in office. 

According to local police reports, the suspect entered Gill’s car after he was already inside, then shot him.  

The suspect fled on foot, then reportedly attacked another couple as they were getting into their car.  

In that incident, the husband was shot and killed.  

There has been a massive uptick in violent carjackings in D.C. in recent months, even including a Biden family member.  

Secret Service agents fired upon a suspect who was trying to steal their vehicle that was parked outside the home of Biden’s granddaughter. 

The DOJ vowed to make an effort to derail these crimes, but obviously, Merrick Garland has failed.  

I am not sure what it will take for people to realize that Democrat policies are not working in big cities, as we continue to see a rise in violent crime across the country in Democrat-run cities.  

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