Originally posted by cliffw: According to reports, your overlords will not release the name of the ?Capitol Hill Police Officer? who shot through a door killing a veteran.
A veteran. Really. Was she also a piano player? A bird watching enthusiast? A golfer? A stamp collector?
Intersectional Politics is never not relevant.
I've heard it remarked that her life might have been saved if the Capitol Police could have rendered First Aid more promptly. That they wanted to render First Aid ASAP, but were slowed down by all the members of the MAGA Mob that were in their way and did not get out of their way ASAP.
Black cop in a Democrat admin kills White woman? You can't even know his name. Black drug addict ODs on Fentanyl while being arrested and.the cop gets convicted of 2 murders because BLM protestors are on the jury.
Point out one of those and Rinse's head starts spinning in circles.
Black man shoots retired 77 year old Fire Chief 8 times, murdering him because he wouldn't give him a ride and the jury acquits him.
Another White child was just murdered by a Black man and nobody hears it on media like when a criminal dies in a conflict with police.
I guess I should add that based on my perceptions about what happened, I think the first judge that sees either of the Ashli Babbitt-related lawsuits should dismiss in a "New York second" as "frivolous." Certainly, the one asking for monetary compensation and damages. The other one, about the withholding of the officer's identity (the one that shot her)--well, I don't know about that. I like the idea of withholding the officer's identity, but I can't say that I feel that I am standing on such firm ground about. About what is or what is not proper or legally incumbent upon the government.
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I guess I should add that based on my perceptions about what happened, I think the first judge that sees either of the Ashli Babbitt-related lawsuits should dismiss in a "New York second" as "frivolous."
Who the hell are you trying to bullshit?
You wouldn't know what a frivolous lawsuit is if your life depended on it.
Almost 4 years of your nonsensical "legal prognostications" from Michael Cohen to General Flynn have been one long, pathetic, string of:
Maybe you can amuse us all with your "expert analysis" of exactly what in the entire panoply of codified American jurisprudence makes any possible civil suit in the matter of the late Ashli Babbitt "frivolous".
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Doug Jones points an accusatory finger (so to speak) at the FBI, asserting that the FBI grossly underperformed in terms of assessing and acting upon the warning signs on social media in the run-up to the January 6 MAGA riot or "insurrection"; "incursion"; "unscheduled open house at the Capitol Building"; bla-bla-bla.
Joy Reid puts it to Clint Watts, who explains why the FBI was hamstrung by civil liberties and First Amendment considerations, and suggests a need for federal legislation to allow the FBI to sharpen it's focus on the threat of violence from extremists like the January 6 MAGA mob.