Aaron Babbitt, the husband of slain pro-Trump protester Ashli Babbitt, gave an interview to National Report about the government’s decision not to prosecute or even identify the Capitol Police officer who shot his wife to death and about the family’s wrongful death lawsuit.
Just looking at the evidence, and the comparison of the defense of violent leftwing protesters and prosecutions of cops who shot suspects who were attacking them or others, and the police killing of the unarmed and unthreatening Babbitt, it’s hard to draw any conclusion other than that there are two justice systems. Certain groups can get away with anything, while it’s open season on the other.
Here’s a salient quote from Aaron Babbitt, but read the whole article. If you disagree with this, then please don’t try to tell me you care about “justice” and police reform:
“There has to be justice for Ashli and we’re quickly finding out that the Capitol Police department just operates on with full autonomy and basically no rules. And the sad thing on top of that is the same people that are pushing these bills for police reform, they have their own private security in the form of a police department and they’re protecting that officer and they don’t want anything to happen.”