'Who Executed Ashli Babbitt?' Rep. Paul Gosar Grills Fmr AG Jeffrey Rosen; Demands To Know If Nick Fuentes Put On No Fly ListChris Menahan
May. 13, 2021
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Arizona Rep Paul Gosar on Wednesday grilled former acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen during a hearing on the events of Jan 6 and demanded to know who executed unarmed 14-year Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt.
Rosen, who was acting attorney general on Jan 6, lied to the American people on Jan 8 by falsely claiming Officer Brian Sicknick died as a result of "the injuries he suffered defending the U.S. Capitol, against the violent mob who stormed it on January 6th."
After over three months of non-stop lies, disinformation and stonewalling, Washington DC's chief medical examiner revealed that Sicknick died of natural causes on Jan 7 -- the day after the Capitol storming -- and was not killed as a result of "injuries" from the "violent mob."
Neither Rosen nor anyone else was held accountable for relentlessly lying to the American people and Ashli Babbitt's executioner was neither charged nor publicly identified.
As Gosar bravely noted, the fake "insurrection" narrative is now being exploited by the Biden regime to strip Americans of their rights and declare their opposition "domestic terrorists."
Gosar on Wednesday also wrote to corrupt FBI head Chris Wray to demand to know whether Nick Fuentes or any other American citizens are being put on the No Fly List as an act of political retribution.
Rep. Gosar has a lot of guts to stand up against these corrupt sellouts!
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