The Federal Government has created dangerous mythology around the events at the US Capitol on January 6th that feeds their narrative and gives them seemingly unlimited emergency powers to use against their political opponents, the American people.
Key Point: One of the most unnatural narratives they have is that a female veteran, Ashli Babbitt, a supporter of President Donald J. Trump, who was inside the Capitol building that day, deserved to be shot and left to die that day. The American people have not been told the shooter’s identity, and here is proof that the government knows who it was who shot to kill and that they are intentionally withholding that information from the people.
CSPAN posted on Sunday about a Republican who had been at the Capitol and witnessed the shooting death. They broadcast the representative’s story that ran to comfort the shooter, and then further defended the shooter, saying the shooter was acting in “self defense” and had to shoot Babbitt dead:
@RepMullin on police officer who fatally shot woman in Capitol on January 6th: “After it happened, he came over. He was physically and emotionally distraught. I actually gave him a hug and I said, ‘sir, you did what you had to do.'”
.@RepMullin on police officer who fatally shot woman in Capitol on January 6th: "After it happened, he came over. He was physically and emotionally distraught. I actually gave him a hug and I said, 'sir, you did what you had to do.'" pic.twitter.com/qSwZgilMS7
— CSPAN (@cspan) July 23, 2021
In an apparent push to garner sympathy for themselves, some members of the US Government who feel they have a story turned to CPSAN to be involved with a show titled: January 6th, Views From The House.
“14 members of Congress shared stories what they saw, heard and experienced that day, including Okalhoma Republican Markwayne Mullin. He told us about his conversation with a police officer who fatally shot a woman in the Capitol,” the CPSAN announcer said.
“I guarantee you, and I do not know for a fact, but I guarantee you he has never had to pull his weapon in a manner like that before. ah… he was the last person in the world whoever wanted to use force like that.. ah.. and.. ah.. he wasn’t one to do that.
And I know that for a fact because after it happened, he was physically emotionally distraught, and I actually hugged him. I said, Sir, you did what you had to do, and I mean that unfortunately .. ah.. the young lady.. ah… her family’s life has changed and it is an unfortunate situation .. that.. that.. she lost her life.. and.. and .. people lost their loved one.
But the Luteniaets life is also changed because it is the first time you ever had to use lethal force.. that doesn’t ever leave you, and it wasn’t his choice. He didn’t show up to work that day to have to do that.
“He didn’t.. he was doing his job. Ah.. he got put in a situation where he had to do his job, there were members still in the balcony.. and if you are going to present your weapon in a manner and give commands and you still don’t listen and still approach you don’t have a choice because either you have to at that point, just to discharge your weapon in a manner of.. of self defense.. or that weapon is going to be taken away from you and used against you, and put all of your lives in danger,” said Markwayne Mullins, a US House member from Oklahoma.
Mullins has a very odd pattern of behavior on that day:
Mullins may have been one of the people who invited Trump supporters into the building in the first place. He is videotaped talking to Trump supporters that day. The left uses Mullins a focal point for their narrative that the “insurection” was an inside job:
you guys keep forgetting the milling among the terrorist republican represenative.. markwayne mullins. he was right out among in the open.. he wasn't negotiating.. see man in blue coat, he motions for mullins to come to him, and grabs his shoulder.. They know each other.. pic.twitter.com/0kGerwzg8A
— Mlee 🌹 (@McGreggorsback) July 27, 2021
The left also uses him to blame for the entire gathering, in the first place:
Stop. Markwayne Mullins is one of many reasons why they were in there and I’m sure with it finally coming home to roost he felt guilt for what he has contributed to. https://t.co/HI30rMXa3l
— static mesh (@staticme5h) January 6, 2021
It is unclear what Mullin’s role is, in what happened on the 6th since all of the investigations into the tragic events have been one-sided.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776