In July, the Gateway Pundit broke the story that it was one Lt. Mike Byrd who was responsible for Ashli Babbitt being killed. Lt. Byrd killed Ashli Babbitt in cold blood during the January 6th protests at the Capitol. but today the man was officially cleared of any wrongdoing.
There were two women who were killed on that day, and both of them were at the hands of Capitol Police. These protests didn’t even hold a candle to the terrible things that George Floyd was doing on that day, but Mike Byrd will remain a free man. Derek Chauvin will have a padded mattress in solitary confinement tonight, however.
Roseanne Boyland was also killed by Capitol Police just outside the U.S. Capitol that day, and she allegedly died while holding her friend Philip Anderson’s hand.
Ashli Babbitt was a U.S. veteran who just happened to support President Trump, and the woman weighed 98 sopping wet. Even though this man was cleared of her murder, he gunned her down in cold blood inside the U.S. Capitol even she posed no threat whatsoever.
Yet another revelation is that no, the U.S. Congress was not evacuated due to the Trump supporters walking the halls. It was due to a pipe bomb threat instead.
Now this…on Friday, Lt. Mike Byrd was exonerating for killing Ashli Babbitt in cold blood. This came despite the fact that the man gave no warning and he ran from the scene of the crime. Simply put, let’s call a spade a spade here. This police officer shot an unarmed woman dead, but he still walks free.
Babbitt’s crime? She was a patriot and a Trump supporter, nothing more and nothing less.
ABC originally reported the following:
“The Capitol Police officer who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt outside a door of the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot has been formally exonerated after an internal investigation, according to a department memo obtained by NBC News.
The officer, whose name has not been released, opened fire on Babbitt as she and a mob of other Trump supporters tried to forcefully enter the Capitol.
Video of the shooting showed Babbitt in front of a crowd of rioters trying to get through a door leading to where members of Congress were being evacuated on the House side of the building.
The Justice Department announced in April that no charges were being brought against the officer. The exoneration by the Capitol Police wraps up the last remaining investigation into the incident.”
Apparently, there is no justice to be had for either of these female protesters. The man was cleared, and some would say unfairly cleared.