Trump Answers Burning Questions About Jan. 6 Protests

Donald Trump is waging war against the incredible hypocrisy against his supporters, with many in the mainstream media even justifying violence against them. The Former President compared the wild difference in enforcement against Far-Left Antifa and the man who killed a 35 year-old female supporter, Ashli Babbitt.

On Jan 6. Capitol Police responded to protests at the U.S. Capitol building. One protestor, Ashli Babbitt, an Air Force veteran and Trump supporter, was shot in cold blood by the D.C. police as she tried to climb through a broken glass door inside the building.

During a press conference to announce his historic class-action lawsuit against the Big Tech Giants, Trump voiced his concerns over how conservatives are treated “unbelievably unfairly” by law enforcement when, on one hand Far-Left groups are allowed to riot, burn down cities and kill people and, on the other hand, the same law enforcement groups take fatal actions against a single Republican.

“There were no guns in the Capitol … except for the gun that shot Ashli Babbitt, and nobody knows who that man was.”

“If that were the opposite way, that man would be all over — he would be the most well-known — and I believe I can say ‘man’ because I believe I know exactly who it is — but he would be the most well-known person in this country, in the world,” Trump added

The Biden DOJ refused to charge the unidentified Capitol police officer in connection with Babbitt’s murder, having “determined that there is insufficient evidence to support a criminal prosecution” following an investigation.

Trump has been asking the “Ashli Babbitt Question” for a while now.

On Thursday, he released an ominous statement with nothing but one burning question on the page:

During his latest rally earlier this month, the Former President broached the subject, stating, “We saw the hand…we saw the gun.”

Ashli Babbitt’s family recently announced a $10 million lawsuit against Capitol police and the officer who murdered their daughter.

This week marks the six-month mark of the Jan. 6 protests. Since the incident, Biden’s Justice Department has locked up over 500 Trump supporters with even a loose connection to the protests. Many of those arrested are facing felony insurrection charges.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth