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VIDEO: Tucker Carlson Covers DOJ Approval of Ashli Babbit’s Murder

As previously noted, the Biden Justice Department revealed Wednesday that the murder investigation into Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt’s death inside the Capitol during the January 6 riot has been closed. This occurred when Congress was sitting in joint session to certify Joe Biden’s victory in the November presidential election.

Babbitt, who was unarmed, was shot and killed by a plainclothes Capitol Police officer as she crawled through a broken window in a Speaker’s Lobby door without warning. The officer’s identity has not been revealed.

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The Department of Justice ruled that killing her without notice was necessary. This seems to be the current norm for murder in our society.

DSchlopes penned the following:

Sam Montoya – On January 6th, he entered the US Capitol and videotaped Ashli Babbitt’s death. Today, he is incarcerated.

On January 6th, Antifa activist John Sullivan entered the Capitol under the guise of a Trump supporter and videotaped Ashli Babbitt’s death. He is not incarcerated.

In reality, following his actions on January 6th, which included organizing an Antifa-BLM rally, storming the US Capitol, smashing windows, and engaging in the riot, Sullivan was paid $70,000 for his footage by the mass media and has a book deal.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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