In a tweet, Pence praised Capitol Hill Police and other law enforcement officers "for keeping us safe today," adding that the Capitol "was secured and we are truly grateful."
Pence made no mention about Babbit's death at the hands of these same police officers, joining the chorus of silence from most other politicians and pretty much the entire gamut of mainstream media outlets that feigned "outrage" over a few random people being let into the Capitol building to stage an "insurrection."
The whole thing was a sham, we now know, as not everyone who was ushered into the Capitol building by police that day was a supporter of President Donald Trump's "Stop the Steal" rally.
Babbit, however, is said to have been "a strong supporter of President Trump," this coming from her husband who further described her as "a great patriot to all who knew her."
Police officers shot Babbit in the neck, killing her, and the entire incident was caught on tape. These same cops then proceeded to enforce D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's 6pm curfew, which was imposed as an act of revenge to silence election fraud protesters from exercising their First Amendment rights.
Once the throng of Trump supporters outside the Capitol building learned what happened to Babbit inside, many of them started to question their "back the blue" stance, recognizing that not all police officers are on the side of freedom and justice.
It became painfully obvious in that moment that D.C. police had no problem with Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Antifa rioters burning up the city back in the summer, as they pretty much all stood down and did nothing while the city was destroyed.
Meanwhile, American patriots who came to D.C. to try to save the republic from election fraud were treated like terrorists and told to go home, not just by the lying left by also by President Trump himself, who vanished right after promising to personally lead his supporters to the Capitol building.
Since that time, Trump's whereabout are unclear, and most of his social media accounts have been suspended. Trump did, however, put up a video on Thursday that emphasized an "orderly transition" of power on Jan. 20.
"U.S. patriots are learning painful lessons about who really has their back," reported Big League Politics about the betrayal Trump supporters are experience from corrupt law enforcement.
"Unfortunately it seems that law enforcement does not, with cops regularly targeting citizens for exercising their 1st Amendment right to free speech. Ashli Babbit's name must be used as a rallying cry as the fight for freedom intensifies."
Pence further solidified that he, too, is a Judas by certifying the fraudulent election results that were presented before him during the congressional count. Pence also fought against efforts by Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Tex.) that would have enabled him to reject the fraudulent pro-Biden electors.
"That makes Pence an accessory to murder," wrote one Big League Politics commenter about the fiasco we all are witnessing.
"Pence is not the man I thought he was," wrote another. "I used to respect the man. The Senate is a house of greedy, political fools, incapable of upholding their oaths, and the House, under Pelosi's leadership, is a ship of miscreants. Our Republic is over. Say goodbye to the last Republican President. It'll never happen again. Weep for what used to be the 'home of the free and the land of the brave.'"
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