Sergeant At Arms May Have Unintentionally Named Ashli Babbitt’s Killer

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The Acting House Sergeant at Arms appeared before a House committee and appears to have named Ashli Babbitt’s shooter.

Timothy Blodgett, in an exchange with Rep. Herrera-Buetler during a hearing on Jan. 6 that appeared on C-SPAN, seems to have casually dropped the name. More

18 Comments on Sergeant At Arms May Have Unintentionally Named Ashli Babbitt’s Killer

  1. Another affirmative action hire who had no business carrying a gun, protected because he is the right color.

    Jim Crow was bad for all of the obvious reasons. Government sanctioned racism is back, but it needs a name, an identifier for historians. I think “The George Floyd Era” will do nicely.

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  2. ANY kind of cover-up by the government is a RED flag and proof that the people are no longer in control.

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  3. Wait until the American public learns that a lot of these “Security Details” are manned by foreign nationals. The optics are going to be devastating and it will be fun to watch the Presstitutes and Media Pimps dance their way around that topic.
    Fact: Armed foreign nationals roam the halls of OUR capitol under the guise of “security”.

    The coup happened decades ago. What has been exposed is how the “selection” process benefits whatever “party” is in control as well as the feigned “opposition party”. Both of which offer We the People the Illusion of Choice while they work in concert toward a shared agenda that is repugnant to the COTUS.

    Now, let’s talk about Chinese Limo Drivers…….

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  4. White cop kills an armed black criminal POS committing a felony; cities burn, cop gets charged with murder. Black cop kills unarmed white woman; crickets.
    There’s your white privilege.

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  5. @Jethro – If I recall correctly, his name is David Bailey and he was also on the security detail for the republican softball team practice the day James T. Hodgkinson shot Steve Scalise and others. We shall soon find out for sure, I suspect

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  6. And all along, I thought it was that murdering bastard Lon Horiuchi, the FBI sniper who murdered Vicky Weaver at Ruby Ridge, who killed her.

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  7. @Jethro – “…Baily and Byrd are two different guys…”

    I know that, but Bailey was initially identified – primarily from a distinctive bracelet he wore. Now that may have been debunked, I don’t know, but he was the first “suspect” identified.

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  8. Cold blooded murder.
    Protected by the State.

    I don’t know, but it has a familiar ring to it.
    Aren’t there other countries that do that?
    Don’t we sort of vilify them for doing that?
    Wasn’t there some sort of stink when Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by Saudi State organs?

    Hmmmmmmmm …

    izlamo delenda est …

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