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The Untold Story of the Women of January 6

Unlike the women who descended on Washington in 2017 to protest the inauguration of President Trump, the women of January 6 did not come as women. They came as Americans, as patriots, as defenders of the republic. Their issues were indistinguishable from those of the men in their lives—the rule of law, free and fair elections, and the preservation of constitutional rights. These were Hillary’s “deplorables” in the flesh, a whole heaping basket of them, “irredeemable” to the last woman. On January 6, the very presence of these intrepid women at the Capitol so offended the natural order of things that many would be gassed and beaten. Two would die. One would be shot dead, Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt, a determined patriot and an enduring martyr. This is her story, and that of the other gallant women of January 6.

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What MSNBC Can Teach The Atlantic about January 6

May 31, 2024 American Thinker

On Memorial Day, during the Annual Ashli Babbitt Freedom March in D.C., I had the chance to speak with Hanna Rosin, who was covering the march for the Atlantic magazine with fellow reporter Lauren Ober.

As I tried to explain while we were walking, Ober and Rosin have an extraordinary opportunity. They can be the first journalists to share with their half of America the epic story of January 6 — the true story, that is. I cautioned, however, that as MSNBC learned the hard way, there are powerful people who do not want that story told.

The ignorance about January 6 is staggering. The tourists near the Peace Monument where the march began just looked confused. They all know who George Floyd was, but most, I am sure, had not a clue about Ashli Babbitt.

Ashli, 35, was the 14-year Air Force veteran shot and killed by the Capitol Police on January 6. The corporate media have no interest in sharing her story and even less in telling the story of Rosanne Boyland. Few, even on the right, know about Rosanne. A year younger than Ashli, Rosanne was the second woman killed by police action on January 6 and the woman whose death MSNBC vainly tried to investigate.

Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2024/05/what_msnbc_can_teach_the_atlantic_about_january_6.html#ixzz8bqXuZmR2
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The unspoken J6 police beating of Victoria White


On Memorial Day, I attended the Ashli Babbitt Freedom March in Washington, D.C. From the looks on the faces of

the tourists I sensed that few of them knew who Ashli Babbitt was.

Ashli, of course, was the 14-year Air Force veteran shot and killed at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Even on the right, few know the story of Rosanne Boyland, who was also killed as a result of a police action on Jan. 6.

The media have done their best to suppress the stories. So it should not surprise that almost no one knows the fate of Victoria White, the victim of what journalist Julie Kelly calls “the worst incident of police brutality since the civil rights era.”

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The Surprisingly Shallow, Stupid World of Salman Rushdie

American Spectator

Ever since the February day in 1989 that Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini declared Salman Rushdie’s novel, The Satanic

Verses, “blasphemous against Islam,” I have pulled for Salman Rushdie. I confess to having read none of his books and knew little of his politics, but this Indian-American author struck me as the ultimate embodiment of man’s fight for freedom.

And then—sigh!—I read his new memoir, Knife. The “knife” in the title refers to the weapon used by a young New Jersey Muslim named Hadi Matar. Matar stabbed Rushdie very nearly to death on the amphitheater stage of the Chautauqua Institution in August 2022. The stabbing was inconvenient. Had Rushdie been shot, ideally by a guy in a MAGA hat, the shooting would have justified his anxiety about America’s “insane gun violence and equally insane Trump and Trumpublicans.”

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How to counter the charge of election denialism


As much as I appreciate Megyn Kelly’s open endorsement of Donald Trump, she let “comedian” Bill Maher get the best of her on her eponymous podcast this past Tuesday.

For all his strategic good sense on a range of issues, Maher has a nearly terminal case of TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome). When he raised the issue of “election denialism,” as proof that Trump was a sociopath, Kelly conceded the point and pivoted to lesser issues – like men in women’s locker rooms. Huh? With less than six months left in the campaign, that is not good enough. Trump backers have to counter attack head on.

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