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Crime Naming the Capitol Cop Who Killed Unarmed Jan. 6 Rioter Ashli Babbitt

Discussion in 'The War Room' started by Whippy McGee, Jul 31, 2021.

  1. sherdogwantedtonamemekiki Paint thinner smells really good

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    Right, but none of this was known until she was shot, and the internet took a deep dive into who she is. Sounds just like the Rittenhouse thing, where people were happy Rittenhouse killed a sex offender, a man with numerous assault and battery charges to his record, and maiming another guy with a record with an illegal pistol.
     
  2. rearnakedchoke Suck it!

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    It was also not known if she was armed and she was coming forward, with potential many others behind.
     
  3. Loiosh Detective Platinum Member

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    I watched her videos before they were deleted and they fucked me up, she seemed deeply troubled and in need of friends to talk sense into her.

    Fuck trumpism, that shit is poison.
     
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    I think of you take a look at what happened to the other officers who had attempted to physically stop the mob of rioters from barging through barriers without deadly force, it didn’t work. They didn't have close to the numbers to safely and effectively wrestle 1x1 in close contact with a mob. The mob would see that they can continue pushing forward and attacking without dire consequences and thus more rioters would get motivated to charge the cops and politicians.

    It wasn’t just the threat Babbitt alone posed, it was overall threat of the violent mob behind her that she was leading through a barrier protecting them.
     
  5. sherdogwantedtonamemekiki Paint thinner smells really good

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    Touchè
     
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    Maybe because the cop didn't do anything wrong? The other cops you mentioned clearly did something wrong while the capital cop was doing his job properly.
     
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    Not so fun when the double standard doesn't go your way, is it?

    Meanwhile right-wingers bitch about gov't overreach while also also supporting the patriot act and the war on drugs. morons.
     
  8. Hog-train Black Belt

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    Uhmm did you even watch the shooting? She wasn't by herself. It was an entire mob of people rushing in through barricades.
     
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  9. second sight We have officially entered the "Age of Deception"

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    Thought this an insightful article:

    If the UN is looking for human rights abuses, don’t go past DC: Devine

    https://nypost.com/2021/08/05/if-the-un-is-looking-for-human-rights-abuses-dont-go-past-dc-devine/

    Secretary of State Anthony Blinken disrespected his own country on the world stage recently when he invited the United Nations to come here and investigate human-rights abuses such as racism.

    Well, if he wants to go down that track, the UN investigators won’t have to go past Washington to find one of the worst human-rights abuses around.

    Blinken and Attorney General Merrick Garland have turned a blind eye to the injustice of dozens of Jan. 6 detainees still locked up, without trial, often in solitary confinement. Even people charged with no violent offenses are being treated worse than murderers.

    Now a group of valiant lawyers for the “January Sixers” have written a last-ditch letter to Amnesty International and the American Civil Liberties Union asking them to “investigate the mistreatment and torture of pretrial detainees held in the District of Columbia jail over the last six months.”

    They have catalogued shocking abuses.

    “In addition to prolonged solitary confinement, January Sixers are being beaten, denied medical treatment, denied regular shower access, as well as reasonable access to personal hygiene item . . . It is clear that January Sixers constitutional rights are being violated at DC-GITMO, within five miles of the White House . . .

    “This letter is an emergency request to help us put an end to the human-rights violations taking place at . . . ‘DC- GITMO’ — violations which without question meet the definition of torture,” write the lawyers, Joseph McBride Steven Metcalf and Martin Tankleff.

    SEE ALSO
    Poll shows support slipping for Biden, Jan. 6th investigation
    They point out that “none of the detainees or those released pending trial have been charged with insurrection, despite the media, leaders in Congress, and the President of the United States calling it an insurrection. “However . . . our call for help . . . would remain the same. This is because pretrial detainees are being tortured while in federal custody in violation of Supreme Court precedent, as well as the UN Standard Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, otherwise known as the Nelson Mandela Rules . . .

    “The Supreme Court . . . has ruled that pretrial detainees, unlike convicted persons, cannot be punished at all, never mind maliciously and sadistically.”

    You can condemn what the January Sixers did that day all you want, but turning a blind eye to injustice and sadism committed in our name only hurts us all in the end.
     
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  12. jefferz Steel Belt

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    People that are locked up have been saying stuff like this for years.
    What is the usual response from the right when this is brought up?
    Well you shouldn’t have broken the law and don’t drop the soap!
     
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    we could rename the washington football team after him?
     
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    And this has to do with the topic how?
     
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    I almost want to give them this one.

    These women bullied a kid, they're fucking psychos.

    The only reason I'm hesitant is that it's a Ngo tweet, but I haven't figured out the grift yet, and actual reporters have written on it.

    We should mark the date, this could be the only time Ngo has been right about anything.
     
  17. ShadowRun error Platinum Member

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    Some real bias stuff on this

     
  18. Hog-train Black Belt

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    This video has a lot of footage of the whole thing.

     
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    If she hadn't been stopped, she would have led the charge towards the Congress members and other elected officials. That was the last line of defense. He hit her with the one hitter quitter and the other chuds had second thoughts. That was why he took the shot and the other officers didn't.
     
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  20. Jackie Blue Gold Belt

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    True. And this is why it's good to be consistent and principled. I've embarrassed a few right wingers here who just assumed I was a double-standard having hypocrite and then I showed my posting history which proves that I have a clear and consistent standard on this.
     
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