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Ashli Babbitt – Hero of the Republic

There will be those who disagree with my position on Ashli Babbitt’s death, the circumstances surrounding it, and the situation at the Capitol in general. You’re welcome to your opinion, no matter how misguided it is. I won’t be backing down from mine.

With that said, Ashli Babbitt is an American hero and martyr to the cause of Freedom. She did what most of the rest of us only talk about; she took action. The people entering the Capitol were there to remind the government that WE THE PEOPLE are in charge, not them. That WE THE PEOPLE choose our leaders, not them. That WE THE PEOPLE are fed up with their lies, corruption, and the blatant coup they’ve perpetrated on this nation. Ashli and the others entered that building with the intent of occupying it, as they should be able to do anyway, especially when the majority of the country is not only not being heard, but being actively silenced.

Most of us are just talkers, and we’re talking into the wind. Ashli Babbitt lost her life actually doing.

Many of us believe it was a setup to begin with. Some of us, myself included, believe that at the beginning of the day it was decided that there would be bodies before the day ended, and Ashli wound up being one of them. She was unarmed, was an arm’s length away from armed tactical officers, and posed no threat whatsoever. She was the unfortunate one upon whom the target was drawn, and she was murdered. I refuse to see it any other way. She was the victim, but now the media and all of Washington are making her out to be a terrorist (and painting all of us with the same brush).

This is (yet another) lie. It’s a rallying cry for the coup plotters and their supporters on the Left (and anyone else of limited intellect they can convince with their blatant propaganda).

Let her death be a rallying cry for us. Ashli Babbitt was a Patriot, a warrior, and she marched in the service of Liberty. She faced the destroyers of America with courage, and died a noble and honorable death in the process. We should all hope to be so brave, righteous, and willing to make the ultimate sacrifice to preserve this nation.


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4 thoughts on “Ashli Babbitt – Hero of the Republic

  1. Never believe the propaganda of the enemy. By trying to paint us as evil terrorists, they are attempting to get us to stop taking legitimate action against an illegitimate regime. Only duly authorized, elected bodies are called “governments”, collections of tyrants and thieves are called “regimes”.
    Ashli was the victim of the DC Massacre. Her name will be a battle cry that sends tyrants running for the bathroom, and their soldiers to the latrine. Such shall be the fear of our revenge. Pick a side, there is no middle. Patriot or tyrant. Honest or liar.

  2. i have a question regarding who will be defended in your ROE statements. What is the position of the constitution on redress of grievances?
    Are public “DEMONSTRATIONS” authorized by our constitution or are they the result of a weak government allowing them to occur since at least the 1960s?

    It is my position that we are not to publically gather for demonstrations against anything therefore WHY would an organization committed to defending our rights support those who are violating the proper means of addressing our government.

    Unless and until there is necessity to forcefully replace representation in our constitutional republic this is not a valid purpose for a true patriotic organization. I do however believe that no demonstrations should be tolerated and all demonstrations should be prohibited and STOPPED especailly today since they inevitably result in violence and destruction of property.

    So, How does this stand with your view of the purpose of CDF?

    1. In reply, let me begin by saying I disagree with your premise on both legal and practical grounds. In terms of “demonstrations”, “protests”, or other forms of peaceable assembly–and peaceable is the key–I believe in fact that they are Constitutionally protected means of expressing anything from your admiration of a football team to your disgust with your government. So long as the assembly remains peaceful and does not indiscriminately ignore the rights of others, it must be allowed and, in fact, defended. The question is the definition–or rather, quantification–of “peaceable” and “indiscriminate”. At the point that the assembly crosses the line into violence or destruction, the crackdown (by whoever is charged with defending the rights of the general public) must occur. Likewise, if the assembly crosses the line and begins inordinately affecting the rights of others, the demonstration must be dismantled. However, the same protections that extend to the non-demonstrating public must attend the demonstrators; that is, so long as they ARE remaining peaceful and ARE NOT creating a situation that fundamentally and/or inordinately interferes with the rights of others, they must be a protected class. That protection can come from the government or from people like us, to the extent that the mission of the moment reflects the mission of our organization.

      As a practical matter, I believe it not only immoral but impossible to prevent assembly, no matter how “weak” or “strong” one’s government is. The strongest, most capable fighting force in the world will soon enough be overwhelmed by sheer numbers alone in the event that people gather in sufficient strength to do so, and they would if that was the only opportunity/recourse to make their voices (and other parts of themselves) known. For these reasons–the impracticality of it, and the conspicuous tyranny that would attend such a heinous activity as an unwarranted attack on peaceful protestors–I believe it foolhardy to expect or advise one’s government to arbitrarily put down any demonstration by the people that government is supposed to serve.

      Your overarching question, though, is “who will be defended”? And the universal, unflinching answer to that is ALWAYS “whoever needs it and has done nothing to warrant coming under attack”. Whether they are demonstrators being assailed from outside their ranks, or citizens being assailed by a mob that has turned violent, the Rules of Engagement apply simply enough to anyone who is unjustly and unjustifiably targeted by stronger, more dangerous opponents or conditions.

    2. If the premise of this organization is, in part to defend the Constitution of the United States, one better understand the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The right to peacefully assemble is one of the fundamentals of our Republic. I highly encourage this organization to educate those who are ignorant of the Constitution. How can one be devoted defending that which they don’t understand? With all due respect, one who believes demonstrations should be prohibited is a major part of the problem. The CDF best screen for those who are ‘rebels without a cause,’ who don’t even understand the Constitution. Read, study, ask questions…whatever it takes to learn the Constitution, so you will know what positions should be defended, otherwise one unknowingly become ‘the enemy within the ranks.’

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