'Who Shot Ashli Babbitt?' Trump Acknowledges Execution Of Unarmed Air Force Vet For The First TimeChris Menahan
Jul. 01, 2021
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Former president Donald Trump on Thursday acknowledged the execution Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed 14-year Air Force veteran who served multiple tours in the Middle East "spreading democracy" overseas only to get killed by her own government for demanding democracy here at home.
"Who shot Ashli Babbitt?" Trump said in a statement to his email list.
This marks the first time Trump has acknowledged Babbitt's death and said her name in the six months since Jan 6.
Trump has still yet to speak out against his supporters being held in indefinite detention and tortured in jail by racist DC jail guards.
As I reported on Jan 7, Trump called for his supporters to be prosecuted "to the fullest extent of the law" just days after he chose to pardon "the king of medicare fraud" and release traitor Jonathan Pollard from parole to "make aliyah" in Israel.
If Trump wants to make this right, he should not only speak out in their defense and acknowledge their torture but contribute to their legal funds using the $200+ million he raised off "Stop the Steal."
Russian president Vladimir Putin explicitly acknowledged Babbitt's "assassination" two weeks ago and spoke out in defense of the more than 500 protesters who "came with political demands" and in many cases are now facing decades in prison and being persecuted for their "political opinions."
Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren in April condemned the "cruel and psychologically damaging" abuse Capitol protesters were being subjected to by being locked in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day.
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