In Maxine’s own words.

And this “Maxine” I’m referring to is democrat Maxine Waters, a congresswoman from California.

She’s a poster child for term limits.

She’s 82 years old, and has been in Congress since 1991.  That’s 30 years, or 15 terms in office.

That’s 15 terms too many, in my opinion.

I’m going to conduct a little exercise in “turnabout is fair play” here.

What if I was to direct Maxine’s own comments back onto her and her democrat friends?

That would be fair wouldn’t it?

Well, let’s see.

Maxine has said, “Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere. We’ve got to get the children connected to their parents [referring to immigrant children being held at the border],” Waters said at the Wilshire Federal Building, according to video of the event.

“We don’t know what damage has been done to these children. All that we know is they’re in cages. They’re in prisons. They’re in jails. I don’t care what they call it, that’s where they are and Mr. President, we will see you every day, every hour of the day, everywhere that we are to let you know you cannot get away with this,” she added.

Waters appeared on MSNBC later in the day to double down on her remarks, saying she has “no sympathy” for members of the Trump administration.

“The people are going to turn on them. They’re going to protest. They’re going to absolutely harass them until they decide that they’re going to tell the President, ‘No, I can’t hang with you.’”

Sooo, if I said: “Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see [Maxine Waters or any of her democrat friends] in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere. We’ve got to get the children connected to their parents [referring to immigrant children being held at the border].”

“We don’t know what damage has been done to these children. All that we know is they’re in cages. They’re in prisons. They’re in jails. I don’t care what they call it, that’s where they are and Mr. President [Joe Biden in this case], we will see you every day, every hour of the day, everywhere that we are to let you know you cannot get away with this.”

[We have] no sympathy for members of the [Biden] administration.

“The people are going to turn on them. They’re going to protest. They’re going to absolutely harass them until they decide that they’re going to tell the President, ‘No, I can’t hang with you.’”

So, that would be okay?

Maxine has also said, “We’re looking for a guilty verdict and we’re looking to see if all of the talk that took place and has been taking place after they saw what happened to George Floyd. If nothing does not happen, then we know that we got to not only stay in the street, but we have got to fight for justice.”

“We got to stay on the street. And we’ve got to get more active, we’ve got to get more confrontational. We’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business.”

“I talk about confronting the justice system, confronting the policing that’s going on, I’m talking about speaking up,” she said.

Sooo, if I said: “We’re looking for a guilty verdict and we’re looking to see if all of the talk that took place and has been taking place after they saw what happened to [Ashli Babbitt] [The woman who was shot and killed by a Capitol police officer during the protests on January 6th.]. If nothing [happens], then we know that we got to not only stay in the street, but we have got to fight for justice.”

“We got to stay on the street. And we’ve got to get more active, we’ve got to get more confrontational. We’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business.”

“I talk about confronting the justice system, confronting the policing that’s going on, I’m talking about speaking up.”

So, that would be okay as well?

According to Chris Sommerfeldt, for the New York Daily News, “House Speaker Nancy Pelosi backed up California Rep. Maxine Waters on Monday, arguing that the Democratic congresswoman ‘absolutely’ did not try to stoke violence by calling on Black Lives Matter protesters to ‘get more confrontational’ if ex-Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin is acquitted of killing George Floyd.”

So, then Nancy shouldn’t have any problems with my comments either, right? 

But didn’t she believe what President Trump said on 01/06/21, which was far less inflammatory, was instigating an insurrection, and worthy of impeachment?

Just sayin’.     

“Waters, a lightning rod for right-wing criticism, has come under fire from conservatives over making the heated remark while attending a protest in Minnesota over the weekend — but Pelosi told reporters that Republicans are taking her comments out of context.”

“Out of context?

And, what context would that be?

The context of a crazy, old, racist, cognitively challenged, liberal? 

Well, I suppose, Nancy Pelosi fits that mold as well!

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No justice for Ashli Babbitt.

Tucker Carlson, of Fox News, says, “America is now one nation with two very different justice systems.”

I would say this has been the case for quite a few years now!

“The people in power crack down on their enemies and give their allies a soft landing.”

“The ironically-named ‘Civil Rights Division’ of the Biden Justice [InJustice] Department announced Wednesday [4/14/21] there will be no charges brought against the man who shot and killed protester Ashli Babbitt in the Capitol back in January. No one who pays attention was surprised to hear this.”

If it was a black woman, or a liberal protester, who got shot by a white cop, there damn sure would be charges being brought, and lynch mobs forming, just like in Minnesota these days.  

Just sayin’.

Please see my prior blogs on this matter for a better frame of reference:

https://mrericksonrules.com/2021/01/12/the-storm-is-here/

https://mrericksonrules.com/2021/01/29/so-hows-that-investigation-going/

https://mrericksonrules.com/2021/03/03/let-me-tell-you-whats-up-with-the-jan-6-capitol-riot/

https://mrericksonrules.com/2021/03/17/wheres-the-justice-for-ashli-babbitt/

 “In cases like this, the benefit of the doubt usually does go to law enforcement, and as we’ve often said, we’re fine with that. It should. But still, in a free society, the rest of us have a right to know roughly what happened. In this case, who shot Ashli Babbitt and why?”

You forget, Tucker, that the new deep state “Gestapo” doesn’t have to answer to anybody. 

“No one will tell us. The Biden administration says the man who killed Babbitt is a Capitol Hill police officer, and he did the right thing. That’s all they’ve said.”

“Did the right thing?”

“Did the right thing” where?

Nazi Germany, Communist Russia, Communist China, North Korea?

Does the United States fit in with this group now?

“We know that Ashli Babbitt was short, female [an Air Force veteran] and unarmed. There’s no evidence the officer who killed her gave any kind of verbal warming before he pulled the trigger. Is that standard procedure?”

No.

“We’d imagined the rules of engagement for federal agents limited the use of deadly force to situations where law enforcement has reason to believe they or the people around them are in imminent danger of being harmed. You can’t just shoot people without warning because they’re in the wrong place. That’s not allowed.”

“Except now, apparently, it is allowed.”

“When did these rules change?”

When the Democrat Nazi Party assumed power.

“And, once again, who exactly shot Ashli Babbitt? Journalists exist to ask questions like these, but they’re not.”

“The Washington Post wrote a long story about the DOJ’s [Ha! You the “J” in DOJ stands for justice?!] announcement in the case and never raised a single one of these questions. The Post didn’t name the shooter or even acknowledge that the government is withholding his name.” 

Why would the government be able to withhold his name?

How is the government able to withhold his name?

‘“Authorities determined that there was insufficient evidence to prove Babbitt’s civil rights were violated,’ the Post declared. That was it. The rest of the piece was a personal attack on Ashli Babbitt and her political views. She deserved to die. That was the point of the Washington Post story.”

Regardless of whether her civil rights were violated or not [they were], she was murdered by a Capitol police officer, and there’s plenty of evidence to prove that.

This officer has obviously been offered protection as long as he keeps his mouth shut, concerning the circumstances of their response to the protesters and the shooting itself.     

“How amazing to read something like this, especially now. Eleven hundred miles from Washington, in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, a police officer accidentally reached for her gun instead of a Taser and killed a man called Daunte Wright. It was a tragedy, as all shootings are. But we know that officer’s name because every news organization in the country printed it immediately. She has now resigned and is facing charges. Her mugshot is all over the Internet. Two nights ago, a mob showed up at her house, forcing her to flee.”

Quite a difference between how the two cases are being handled.  

Like Tucker said, “America is now one nation with two very different justice systems,” although neither is affording any justice.

“She’s not the only one. Last August, a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin shot a man called Jacob Blake. Remember that? Riots erupted immediately. Yesterday, that officer was cleared of all charges. When that story broke, NPR put that police officer’s name and photograph on the front of their website.”

“So that’s the standard, except in this case where they are still hiding the identity of the man who shot Ashli Babbitt.”

Ashli, of course, was white, a conservative, and a Trump supporter, deeming her unworthy of any rights or consideration at all…, just like a Jew back in the days of the Nazis and the Third Reich.  

“Sensing a theme here? The standards that big news organizations use to cover shootings depend entirely on the political views of the people who get shot. When The Washington Post doesn’t like the candidates you vote for, they suppress the details of the case. In the case of Ashli Babbitt, we’d know next to nothing about how she died, and we wouldn’t know anything if her shooting hadn’t been captured on video by people who don’t work at the Washington Post.” 

“One of those people is a video editor from Texas called Samuel Montyoa. Montoya was in the U.S. Capitol that day. Montoya doesn’t look much like a White supremacist, and he has no criminal history that we’re aware of. On Jan. 6, Samuel Montoya took what may be the clearest video of Ashli Babbitt’s death:

https://mssl.fwmrm.net/m/1/382114/77/9982029/21NFM134830H_ENT_MEZZ_HULU_2968404_578.mp4

“When you watch the video, there are a lot of things to notice. Ashli Babbitt had no weapon. She wasn’t attacking anyone. She couldn’t attack anyone, because she was climbing through a window at the moment she was shot. But what’s most striking is that several Capitol Hill police officers in paramilitary gear were standing directly behind Babbitt when she was killed. They were carrying what Joe Biden refers to as weapons of war — loaded AR-15s.”

In addition, as you watch the video, you can see, initially, there are three Capitol police officers standing between the group of protesters in the hallway and the doors.

At this point, everything seems to be relatively under control.  Then for some reason the three officers abandon their position in front of the doors and move behind the group, seemingly allowing, or even inviting, the protesters to have their way with the doors.

Then, you can see the officer on the other side of the doors, who is black, step out and shoot Ashli Babbitt.

The officer shoots at Ashli Babbitt, who is in a crowed of people, with the three other armed officers directly behind her!

The three officers behind Ashli apparently didn’t think she was a threat.

They didn’t lift a finger to stop what was going on.

And anyone of those three could have been very easily hit by the officer firing the shot as well.

Even if Ashli did manage to get through the doors, what was she going to do that justified her being killed?   

Tucker continues, “So, tell us again how Ashli Babbitt posed an imminent physical threat to anyone when she was shot. She didn’t. Samuel Montoya’s footage proves it. And we’re grateful we have that tape. If we didn’t, The New York Times would be telling us that Ashli Babbitt was beating people to death with a fire extinguisher when she was killed.  Thanks to Samuel Montoya, the New York Times can’t claim that.”

The story about the guy beating an officer with a fire extinguisher turned out to be made up propaganda as well.

“We’d love to have Montoya on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ to describe what he saw that day, but we can’t do that, because he’s in jail.”

“Yesterday, a large group of armed federal agents showed up at his house in Austin. They smashed Montoya’s front door, confiscated his electronic devices and threw him in jail.”

Sounds like the new democrat “Gestapo” to me!

“He’s behind bars right now.  What was his crime?” 

“Well, to find out, we read the Biden administration’s arrest warrant application. The FBI says it began investigating Montoya after one of his family members provided ‘proof that Montoya was physically inside the U.S. Capital near the shooting of a woman on January 6, 2021.’ To be clear, Montoya didn’t shoot the woman. He just happened to be nearby.”

So, the guy who took the video of the shooting is arrested, but the guy who actually did the shooting wasn’t?

“But wait a second. Weren’t there plenty of journalists inside the Capitol on Jan. 6? According to CNN, yes there were. CNN ran a piece telling us that, ‘Congressional reporters became the country’s eyes and ears as rioters stormed Capitol Hill.’ So why hasn’t the FBI arrested the people CNN identified in its story — the photographers from Getty, the political reporters from NBC, the congressional correspondents from CNN and the AP?”

Those people were all authorized to be there by the democrat “Gestapo,” silly! That’s why.  

“Well, that’s a good question. The FBI explains why in the warrant affidavit. ‘At times during the video, Montoya describes himself to others inside the Capitol Building as a “reporter” or “journalist” as he attempts to get through crowds.’ And yet, the FBI concludes, ‘The director of the Congressional press galleries within the Senate Press office did a name check on Samuel Christopher Montoya and confirmed that no one by that name has Congressional press credentials as an individual, or via any other organizations.’”

The nerve of this individual to “identify” himself as a reporter!!!

Form the firing squad immediately!

“So, that’s the standard. If the U.S. Congress’s credentialing office says that you’re not a journalist, you’re not a journalist. Did Samuel Montoya have strong personal political views? Apparently, he did. But you may have noticed that’s not so unusual in journalism right now. So why is journalist Samuel Montoya behind bars tonight? Well, he committed a crime? ‘Interfering with government business.’ In other words, trespassing. If this happened in Ukraine, what are the chances NBC News would describe Samuel Montoya as a ‘dissident journalist,’ and then describe Ashli Babbitt an ‘unarmed pro-democracy demonstrator?’ The chances are roughly 100%.”

“But this is America, and they’re not saying that. Instead they’re telling us that Ashli Babbitt deserved to die.”

“Joy Reid, of MSNBC, said, ‘She embraced conspiracy theories. Her name was Ashli Babbitt, 35 years old. She tweeted about Pizzagate. She tweeted thousands of tweets to Fox News hosts. She engaged [on] social media with the conspiracy news Internet site Info Wars. In 2020, she began to tweet with QAnon accounts and use QAnon hashtags.’”

“Oh, see, not a pro-democracy demonstrator, not an unarmed military veteran. So, she sent tweets to Fox News hosts. No problem. Ashli Babbitt got what she deserved.”

“What’s amazing is not simply the grotesque cruelty of assessments like that — a young women is shot to death and the media applaud — but what’s more amazing is the contrast between this and the coverage of other violence that’s now in progress.”

“Tuesday night, Biden voters burned a police building in Portland, Oregon. Did you know that? Probably not, it didn’t get much coverage.” 

“In the wake of Daunte Wright’s death Sunday, riots broke out all over the country, in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Minneapolis.”

“People were stealing stuff off store shelves, but don’t call it looting. It’s a peaceful demonstration. We know that because the mayor of Brooklyn Center, Mike Elliott, told us so. Tuesday night, Mayor Elliott tweeted a picture of himself on the scene.”

‘“Earlier this evening, I had the opportunity to go talk to these peaceful protesters,’ he wrote. ‘Our city is calm now.’”

“Here’s the funny thing: the mayor’s wearing a Kevlar helmet in the picture, which was not taken in Syria, but in his own town. That’s how peaceful it is. He was wearing a Kevlar helmet. Whatever else he is, Mike Elliott isn’t a very effective liar.”

“Laws have no meaning if they’re not applied equally. When they are not applied equally, they are not even laws. They’re just tools of political persecution. You don’t want to live in a country like that, even if the people you don’t like are the ones being persecuted.”

“Rashida Tlaib does want to live like that. Tlaib is a member of Congress, so her security is never in doubt. She’s protected by bodyguards, weapons of war, and now thousands of federal troops you’re paying for. She’s fine. But in your neighborhood, she’d like to see the police eliminated.”

‘“No more policing, incarceration, and militarization,’ Tlaib wrote on Twitter this week. ‘It can’t be reformed.’”

“Again, militarization is fine if the military is protecting her. She’s got federal troops. But not for you. You get mob rule. We’re not making this up, we’re not misquoting her. She’s demanding this in public as a member of Congress. Many are.”

“A panel of privileged people tell you to abolish the police. But they’re not saying actually abolish the police. We often claim they are, but listen very carefully. They say they want to abolish American policing as it currently exists. And that raises the question: how does policing currently exist?”

“Here’s how: local communities get to control it. So, the cops walking down your street, you hired them. That’s what Rashida Tlaib doesn’t like. That’s what offends MSNBC. The thing they hate about it is that they don’t control it. They can’t use your local police department to punish you for your political views. For that, they have to go to the FBI. It drives them crazy.” 

“Abolishing the police doesn’t mean getting rid of people with guns. It merely and specifically means stripping you of any control over local law enforcement. It’s just a more ambitious form of gun control, meant to disempower the citizenry, not protect them. When your police department answers to them, things will be very different.” 

“To get a sense of how different, take a look at what the Biden administration is doing in the state of Oregon. In the past few days, federal prosecutors have essentially dropped half a dozen federal felony cases that arose from those famous riots in Portland last summer. The feds reached non-prosecution agreements, which ensure that people who committed felonies will walk away with no criminal record of any kind.”

“What are the defendants in Oregon accused of doing? More than trespassing.”

“One of them, a woman called Alexandra Eutin, was charged with beating a Portland police officer in the head with a wooden shield while he was trying to make an arrest.”

“Now that’s bad, obviously. But it’s not quite as bad as, say, voting for Donald Trump, or walking around the Capitol building with a camera. Alexandra Eutin won’t have a criminal record by the end of this. Samuel Montoya could spend the next seven years in jail.”

“You see what’s going on. Two systems of justice — one for the allies of the people in charge, and a very different one for their enemies. These aren’t traditional liberals. They’re not calling for a peaceful utopia where no one uses violence. This isn’t the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King. That was the old liberalism. We used to make fun of it, when it was going on. We could use a lot more of it now. This stuff is scary.”

Agreed.

This stuff is very scary.

Our country is being hijacked right before our eye by “the deep state,” a razor thin majority in the House of Representatives, no majority in the Senate, and an illegitimate president.  

Tucker Carlson’s statements here were adapted from his opening commentary on the April 14, 2021 edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

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Where’s the justice for Ashli Babbitt?!

This is my third blog concerning this matter, and my latest update.

I’m sure you’re all aware now of the status of this case, right?  

No?

Well, don’t feel bad, I wasn’t either.

In fact, I had to go hunting down a lone article from NBC News, of all places, to find out what was currently going on.  There were a couple of other articles out there, but they weren’t very well publicized or easy to find.

It seems there aren’t too many “journalists” out there interested in pursuing this story very far. 

Compare this to the frenzy of never-ending coverage for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Jacob Blake.

I guess Ashli is the wrong color and of the wrong political persuasion to deserve justice in the eyes of the mainstream media.   

That being said…, according to Elisha Fieldstadt and Pete Williams, in an article for NBC News, “Investigators have determined the Capitol Police officer who shot and killed Ashli Babbitt during the U.S. Capitol riot should not be charged with any crimes, a law enforcement source familiar with the investigation told NBC News.”

So, they investigated themselves and determined they weren’t guilty?

“The Wall Street Journal first reported that police investigators have recommended the officer not be charged, although the U.S. Attorney’s Office will make the final decision on the matter.”

Translation: The officer responsibly for killing Ashli Babbitt won’t be charged.

“Babbitt, a 35-year-old Air Force veteran and ardent supporter of former President Donald Trump, was shot during the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol.”

“Videos show rioters who made it into the building breaking glass on doors near the House Chamber, which were blocked haphazardly from the inside with chairs in an attempt to prevent the mob from entering. As Babbitt tried to climb through the shattered glass, she was fatally shot by a Capitol Police officer who fired at her once.”

“The officer, who has not been identified by Capitol Police or investigators, ‘used clear appropriate use of force. It’s not even a close call,’ said the officer’s lawyer, Mark E. Schamel.”

Oh, this “use of force” was deemed “appropriate,” huh?

Since when is shooting an UNARMED individual appropriate for a police officer?

In fact, none of the protesters in the capitol that day were armed with any weapons.

But they were Trump supporters, so…

Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane.

How many unarmed protesters and rioters, although many were armed with weapons and explosives, were shot and killed by police over the course of months and months in many of our big cities across the country?  

And why does this person get to benefit from anonymity? 

Just sayin’.  

‘“The broken doors and a few officers were the only things separating the mob from members of Congress, Schamel stressed. ‘I think it’s his heroism and his restraint that saved lives,’ Schamel told NBC News.”

Heroism?!!!

Restraint?!!! 

I’m sorry Mr. Schamel, but your client is no hero, and you are a disgrace.   

“The Department of Justice announced last month that the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia would investigate the shooting, and the officer was placed on leave.”

‘“This is routine, standard procedure whenever an officer deploys lethal force. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia is overseeing the investigation,’ a Justice Department spokesperson said at the time.”

This standard procedure doesn’t seem to apply to the officers in Minneapolis, Louisville, or Kenosha, does it? 

“A spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police Department said the investigation was not complete, and ‘it would be irresponsible to make an investigatory assumption or to jump to any conclusion.’”

It would appear it is already too late for that!

They have already “jumped,” and it is “irresponsible,” to say the very least.

“Babbitt was a decorated security forces controller in the Air Force and served multiple Middle East tours from 2004 to 2016.”

So, she survived “multiple Middle East Tours,” protecting our democracy, and then gets gunned down in her own country, by a Capitol police officer.

Sad.

Very sad.

“Babbitt was a loyal Fox News watcher, according to thousands of tweets to Fox News hosts, but she also engaged on social media with the conspiracy site InfoWars. In 2020, Babbitt began to tweet with QAnon accounts and use QAnon hashtags.”

So, what?!

Are you saying this information is, somehow, some kind of validation for her murder?

If not, why even go there?

Again, sad.

Very sad.

It’s been over two and a half months now, and there still has been no justice for Ashli Babbitt. 

Her family does have a lawyer, however, and we’ll just have to wait and see if he is able to make any headway against the powers that be.

Don’t hold your breath.

I’m sure the democrats want to stretch this cover-up out, much like the Jeffrey Epstein matter, hoping it will just fade away.

But some of us will not allow this to just “fade away.”  

I’ll continue to keep you posted.

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So, how’s that “investigation” going?

I’m sorry.

That question could be applied to many, supposed, “on-going investigations.”

The “investigation” I am specifically referring to here is the “investigation” of the UNARMED, 14-year Air Force veteran who was gunned down in cold blood by the Capitol police force.

Please refer to my initial blog from January 12, 2021, on this subject.

It’s been three weeks now and I haven’t heard another word about it.

That’s odd.

Well, not really.

Who was responsible for the shooting?

Have they been suspended?

Have they been fired?

How come we don’t know anything about the killer?

How many other Capitol police officers were there and involved in the shooting?

In the cases of other cops shooting unarmed individuals, or killing/harming them in some other manner (George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Jacob Blake), we knew the identities of all of the cops involved the next day.

So, what’s up in this case?

I guess the Capitol police and the DC Police get special treatment for some reason.

Maybe it’s because they protect our elite and privileged politicians?

They’re not like the police who are supposed to protect all of us everyday citizen peons out here.    

Just to recap what happened, in case your memory is beginning to fade:

According to Jaclyn Peiser and Justin Jouvenal for The Washington Post, “When a group of pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol and smashed windows on Wednesday, a woman jumped onto a pane and started through.”

“Seconds later, a gunshot rang out and the woman, who had a Trump flag tied around her waist, tipped back and fell onto the marble floor as blood spilled from her shoulder.”

‘“They shot a girl!’ someone yelled as the crowd ran out of the southeast entrance.”

“She died later that day, police said.”

“The woman was 35-year-old Ashli Babbitt, a California native and Air Force veteran, her former husband told The Washington Post.”

“Police have not yet confirmed Babbitt’s identity or confirmed details about how she was shot. The woman was shot by U.S. Capitol Police, D.C. Police Chief Robert J. Contee III told reporters.”

“Babbitt, a native of San Diego, served in Afghanistan and Iraq in the Air Force before other deployments with the National Guard to Kuwait and Qatar, ex-husband Timothy McEntee told The Post.”

So, when do the protests for Ashli start?

Are players in the upcoming Super Bowl going to have her name on the back of their helmets?

I want some answers…, and I’m sure many of the 74 million people who voted for President Trump do as well.

I’ll keep you posted.

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The “storm” is here.

So, how’s that investigation of the capitol protest murder going?

You know…, the one where an UNARMED, 14-year Air Force veteran was gunned down in cold blood by the Capitol police force.

According to Jaclyn Peiser and Justin Jouvenal for The Washington Post, “When a group of pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol and smashed windows on Wednesday, a woman jumped onto a pane and started through.”

“Seconds later, a gunshot rang out and the woman, who had a Trump flag tied around her waist, tipped back and fell onto the marble floor as blood spilled from her shoulder.”

Wait…, where did her gun go?

Where did her knife go?

Where did any kind of weapon she had go?

She did have a weapon on her didn’t she?

They are not saying they shot and killed an unarmed protester are they?

I can’t wait to hear how they spin this murder…, if they even bother to spin it at all.  

Good thing for the Capitol police she wasn’t black!

Can anyone say “Breonna Taylor?”

How many athletes are going to have the name “Ashli Babbitt” on their helmets or uniforms?

Don’t hold your breath.

‘“They shot a girl!’ someone yelled as the crowd ran out of the southeast entrance.”

“She died later that day, police said.”

“The woman was 35-year-old Ashli Babbitt, a California native and Air Force veteran, her former husband told The Washington Post. Before her death in the Capitol, she had used her social media to express fervent support for President Trump and echo many of the president’s conspiracy theories and false claims of mass voter fraud.”

So, your attempting to somehow justify her death?

Excuse me, Ms. Peiser and Mr. Jouvenal, but many of The President’s “conspiracy theories” have turned out to be very true…, like when he said he was being bugged, or that the whole Russian collusion investigation was a hoax, or when he claimed his impeachment proceedings were just a witch hunt.  Remember those ”conspiracies?”

And “false claims of mass voter fraud?” There are hundreds and hundreds of sworn affidavits, by election workers, documenting “mass voter fraud…, so I would hardly dismiss them so easily as “false.” 

We do have to remember that this article is from the liberal propaganda, fake news, Washington post, however.   

“Police have not yet confirmed Babbitt’s identity or confirmed details about how she was shot. The woman was shot by U.S. Capitol Police, D.C. Police Chief Robert J. Contee III told reporters on Wednesday.”

“Babbitt, a native of San Diego, served in Afghanistan and Iraq in the Air Force before other deployments with the National Guard to Kuwait and Qatar, ex-husband Timothy McEntee told The Post.”

And she ends up getting shot and killed in her own country, in her own country’s Capitol building, by the police there.

Sad.

“McEntee and Babbitt met in the Air Force and were married for 14 years, before splitting in May 2019.”

“In an interview with San Diego station KUSI, Babbitt’s husband said she was a passionate Trump supporter [an inexcusable crime]. McEntee echoed those sentiments, adding that she was ‘very loud and opinionated, but caring, sweet, thoughtful, loving.’”’

“You would never forget meeting her,’ he wrote.”

“On social media, Babbitt recorded combative videos [“combative” only if you’re for open borders] about immigration policy, while expressing her support for a border wall. In early September, she tweeted a picture from a Trump boat parade in San Diego wearing a shirt that said, ‘We are Q,’ referring to QAnon, the far-right conspiracy theory. The tweet also included the hashtag ‘#WWG1WGA,’ an acronym used by supporters who believe in the claims that Trump was battling a group of ‘deep state’ child abusers.”

Please recall Jeffrey Epstein, Pedophile Island, and how the names of all of those child abusers are being covered up.  This is far, very far, from a wild conspiracy theory.   

“In one of her final posts, she responded to a tweet saying many flights to D.C. were canceled because of weather. ‘The entire world is corrupt,’ the person said.

“In response, Babbitt wrote: ‘Nothing will stop us … they can try and try and try but the storm is here and it is descending upon DC in less than 24 hours … dark to light!’”

Yes, Ashli, I think you were right…, “the storm is here.”

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