If Only Ashli Babbitt Was a Black Democrat Protesting Kavanaugh….

Posted: January 6, 2022 by datechguy in culture
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Today is the anniversary of Ashli Babbitt a US Airforce vet, being killed by a Capital Police officer in the US capital building.

I want you for one moment to imagine that Ashli Babbitt was not a supporter of Donald Trump and a person who, like me, believes the election of 2020 was stolen.

Imagine for a moment that instead she was a black Democrat who was protesting the elevation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and picture just for a moment what the narrative would be on ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN, the AP, Reuters , Newspapers like the NY Times the Washington Post and being pushed on every tech platform out there.

Today would be a day of mourning and remembrance, there would be glowing articles in the papers about her service to her country, her family would be on all the cable and morning shows, activists would be beating their breasts about the injustice of an unarmed woman slain for the mere crime of trespassing on the Capital that is in effect her property as an American. Her face would be everywhere and activist would especially decry that the Capital officer who pulled the trigger was never charged. None of us would be made to forget this name.

But alas for Ashli Babbitt and her family she did not have the right political opinions and thus her death as well as the death of several other protestors will be memory holed today because none of these deaths fit the narrative that our betters wish to push.

So there will only be those like Sarah Hoyt who will remember this day for what it is and mourn for the America that people like my Father and Uncles fought for that has been thrown away by those seeking power for their own ends.

Closing thought; I suddenly find myself thinking of Molly Norris the Seattle Cartoonist who is still in hiding over Islamic death threats. The non reaction to this twelve years ago to the targeting of a liberal cartoonish was a precursor to what we are seeing now.

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