The Martyrdom of Ashli Babbitt

No charges filed.

That was the word last week from Merrick Garland’s Justice Department about the murder of Ashli Babbitt.

No charges.

Not first-degree murder, of which activist James Fields was convicted because he accidentally drove down the wrong street into a violent antifa mob.

Not second degree murder, third-degree murder or second-degree manslaughter, all of which officer Derek Chauvin was convicted because he arrested a criminal who died of a drug overdose while in police custody.

No, the killer of Ashli Babbitt will face no charges at all.

We don’t even know his name. Unlike officer Kimberly Potter, the 26-year police veteran whose face was plastered all over the national news the same day the Justice Department announced no charges for Ashli Babbitt’s killer.

Officer Potter accidentally killed a 20-year old Black man named Daunte Wright when she pulled her service pistol instead of her taser during an arrest. This happened during an altercation in which Wright had broken free from officers and tried to drive away in his car as they were attempting to arrest him for an outstanding warrant for first-degree aggravated robbery, breaking bail, fleeing from police and carrying a pistol without a permit.

Potter was faced with a violent criminal who was known to be armed and showed no regard for the law. Yet politicized prosecutors wasted no time in arresting and charging her, releasing her name and face to the media along with her home address. And the media wasted no time in posting her mug shot in headlines all over the world, every story highlighting the fact that she is White and Daunte Wright was Black.

Ashli Babbitt’s killer appeared to be Black, based on the video footage, but his race, like his name, remains unconfirmed.

Left: US Attorney General Merrick Garland, Right: Suspected killer of Ashli Babbitt

On Google News, Potter’s mug shots and the charges filed against her were displayed prominently alongside headlines proclaiming no charges filed for Ashli Babbitt’s executioner. The masters of Google seemed keen to highlight the contrast. The double standard in the treatment of the two cases was so glaring, Ashli Babbitt’s name even trended on Twitter for a day, despite that platform having long since been purged of thousands of right-wing viewpoints and censored beyond all recognition.

But Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page don’t care about double standards. Neither does Attorney General Merrick Garland. Neither does billionaire investor George Soros, who for years has paid the campaign bills of extremist liberal city prosecutors all over the country.

These are the people in control of the power centers of our society. What they have in common is not just that they are Jews, but that they promote a uniquely Jewish brand of “justice.”

The kind of justice that places Jewish political concerns above what is right and moral is illustrated in the story of Jesus and Barabbas. The powerful Jews of that time influenced the crowds in Jerusalem to demand that Pilate, the Roman governor, set free the murderer Barabbas and instead crucify Jesus–who had committed no crime, but was condemned for defying the power of the Jewish elite.

Two thousand years later, this sort of tribal justice is playing out all over America.

Powerful Jews in the media, in tech, in government and in the legal system use their influence to cast bandits and murderers as innocent victims—while condemning honest patriots and idealists as criminal terrorists.

They don’t care about double standards, because as with Barabbas, the double standard is the whole point. The double standard is employed openly and brazenly to demoralize patriots and dissidents.

Of Ashli Babbitt herself, I can only say that after having read about her, watched interviews with her husband, her mother, watching videos of her when she was alive, she seems like the kind of woman anyone would be proud to have as neighbor, sister, daughter or friend. She was a vocal and enthusiastic patriot, an adventurous spirit, a person with definite opinions and the courage to stand up for her ideals.

I had to seek out details of her life story on alternative media platforms, since the mainstream media is determined to either dehumanize her as an “insurrectionist” unworthy of life, or else black out her story altogether.

I can’t help but contrast her life story to that of George Floyd—a violent thug, home invader and career criminal who was lionized as a saint over the same period.

How many of the mindless liberal creeps on Twitter and Facebook who gloat about the death of this courageous young woman, while shedding crocodile tears over George Floyd, would actually rather have Floyd as their neighbor or coworker than Ashli?

The hypocrisy of that self-satisfied and cowardly mob knows no bounds.

Ashli Babbitt was killed because she was White, because she was part of a movement that was overwhelmingly White, and was moved, whether consciously or unconsciously, by the impulse to defend America from the encirclement and slow destruction planned for us by our enemies.

The Jew Merrick Garland, and his Talmudic Justice Department, made a political decision to let her Black killer walk free because of their fear and hatred of White people and all decent Americans.

She was one of us, our sister, and we will not forget her.