Daunte’s Inferno

Women also looked up to good old Daunte – especially this woman:

‘Victim was able to get loose from defendant Wright and started to kneel down and scream.’ After more yelling, Wright allegedly told the woman that he was going to shoot her unless he got the money.’

‘Give me the money and we will leave,’ he allegedly said. ‘Give me the money and we will go.’ Mikkelson added: ‘Defendant Wright then tried to choke victim a second time and tried to take her money.

 
So Wright was a violent, cowardly thug who liked holding up girls. As Tucker Carlson explains, the policewoman who shot him has been named by the media; she and her family have been forced to flee their home to escape what seems like an attempt by journalists to enable an assassination. By contrast, the yellow-bellied Capitol policeman who murdered Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt on 6 January will be neither charged nor named. America has fallen apart.

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110 Responses to Daunte’s Inferno

  1. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Now if she had been a black lesbian communist anarchist the cop would have een impaled n the Washington monment wraped in stop the insurgents razor wire , America is a tird world country whhere crimals steal elections by fraud and go unpunished .
    They have to fortify the governmet buildings to protect temselves in case the real voters rebelled against the theft .

  2. calli says:

    America has fallen apart.

    Yes. And I can’t see the will to fix it. They appear to have a nationwide spiritual cancer that has eaten away at their backbones.

    Objectors will be picked off as examples.

  3. melb says:

    The two cases are not comparable.

    Wright was a dangerous thug who probably deserved what he got albeit as the result of misadventure. For her sake it was a pity the policewoman made that mistake in the pressure of the moment but such things happen. Difficult for me to even judge her on a manslaughter charge.

    The Capital shooting on the other hand was an entirely justifiable self defence shooting of an invader with unknown but quite possibly dangerous intention. No different to you defending your home.

  4. Baa Humbug says:

    The Kenyan and his husband Michelle did a great job tearing America apart on racial lines.

  5. old bloke says:

    Yes, things are crook over there.

  6. Miltonf says:

    The marxist-criminal-parasitic establishment fully expected Clinton to win in 2016. Now it’s payback time. Red state secession seems like the only solution imo.

  7. dover_beach says:

    The Capital shooting on the other hand was an entirely justifiable self defence shooting of an invader with unknown but quite possibly dangerous intention. No different to you defending your home.

    She was unarmed and surrounded by armed police. The Capitol Officer that killed her can’t be heard offering a warning to stop. She wasn’t a threat to anyone.

  8. dover_beach says:

    Yes, the situation in the US is terrible. Heartbreaking.

  9. Behind Enemy Lines says:

    Earlier reports of the Babbit murderer being police officer David Bailey have supposedly been debunked by Real Clear Investigations. Overnight, though, a new alleged murderer has been named (by Dinesh D’Souza at Town Hall): Capitol Police Lieutenant Michael Leroy Byrd. Of course, the authorities can end all this confusion, speculation and possible accusation of innocent people by simply releasing the officer’s name. Like they would do in literally any other case.

    Memo to poster ‘Melb’: to be a successful troll rather than just a hit-and-run poo flinger, you have to either understand the subject well enough to set hares running, or else be amusing. Or both. Not neither.

  10. melb says:

    Mr Schamel pointed out that the officer fired only one shot and did so only after identifying himself and “ordering the mob not to come through the barricade”.

    That’s what I read on the link in this article Dover.

  11. C.L. says:

    Melb, you may not have noticed but Democrats have been destroying property, invading Federal buldings, torching police HQs and killing people for more than a year. They are routinely told by police “not to come through” but they are not shot dead where they stand if they don’t (or physically cannot) comply.

    There were zero – mark that: zero – guns confiscated from the 6 January protesters.

  12. dover_beach says:

    Mr Schamel

    Is the Capitol Officer’s attorney, he describes his clients action as “He used tremendous restraint in only firing one shot, and his actions stopped the mob from breaking through and turning a horrific day in American history into something so much worse,”
    Apparently, several Capitol Police with AR15s behind Babbitt could not have prevented this from happening. In fact, they didn’t even raise their weapons.

    The question needs to be asked, why didn’t the police with AR15s behind Babbitt use lethal force to stop this ‘horrific day’ turning worse?

  13. m0nty says:

    The question needs to be asked, why didn’t the police with AR15s behind Babbitt use lethal force to stop this ‘horrific day’ turning worse?

    They were told not to by their superiors. As to why that was the order, it remains an open question. Perhaps because the protestors were almost all white?

  14. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Have the fraud decromats arrested the antifafascist agents provocateurs who stirred the crowd up,carrying their usual metal “flagpoles ” weapons and dragging the US flag along =the floor like good patriots ,wonder how much soros paid the scum to get the decromats he owns back into power ?
    America is stuffed ,all the power hungry assholes are coing out of the wood work now there is no one to stop them ,the communists have finally beaten the USA from within .

  15. Roger says:

    They appear to have a nationwide spiritual cancer that has eaten away at their backbones.

    It gained entry to the body politic by attacking the black family & the black church and has metastasised from there.

  16. Xword says:

    I blame Trump. For four years he kept on exploding Democrats’ heads and managed to turn enough of them from merely manic morons to full-blown suicidal psychos. They honestly don’t care what happens when the USS America sinks beneath the waves, just as long as they’re the crew on the bridge when she does

  17. m0nty says:

    Given the recent history of police interactions with the public in America, it was amazing that it took one of the violent insurrectionist mob poking their head through the broken window of a door to the House of Representatives – mere seconds after House members had been ushered away towards safety – for one of the police to actually open fire with a deadly weapon. It should never have gotten that close.

  18. candy says:

    The video of the Babbitt lady being executed shows the shock on the faces of officers and others behind her when they realise she was shot by the well dressed guy with cufflinks.

    No-one expected it. They were not saying to themselves, now this person is white so we don’t shoot or this one is not white so this is the protocol. What a ridiculous idea!

    My guess is the cufflinked killer was part of Ms Pelosi’s protection. There is a reason this is being kept away from the public and it takes money and influence to do such.

  19. m0nty says:

    More to the point, it is insane for anyone to rush to the defence of Babbitt who literally poked her head into the most dangerous spot in the insurrection – a broken window which seconds before had had a clear shot at politicians scurrying away from the baying mob. There is no one to blame for her death but the rioters, the enablers of the riot and Babbitt herself.

  20. johanna says:

    The deification of thugs because they died while resisting arrest is sickening.

    Saint George Floyd pistol whipped a pregnant woman during a home invasion. He was a lifelong habitual criminal and a drug addict. Yet he is being put up as an example of a good man wronged by a racist society.

    What sort of message is this sending to young people, especially young black people, in the US?

  21. Rex Anger says:

    Benito M0ntylini is really desperate to keep the Reichstag fire burning.

    Shame it went out 3 months ago…

  22. dover_beach says:

    monty still believes ‘members of Congress were in imminent danger of being killed by people unarmed’ hoax.

    Oh, and

    Given the recent history of police interactions with the public in America, … for one of the police to actually open fire with a deadly weapon.

    undermines your

    Perhaps because the protestors were almost all white?

    trope.

  23. melb says:

    C.L. Of course I have noticed the horrendous un-peaceful, so called peaceful demonstrations by BLM, Antifa etc. The same crew were burning America after Hillary lost to Trump.

    I also notice the unmitigated bias of MSM in all of this.

    The question though is what to do about it? I cannot endorse similar tactics by those who oppose these left, fascist forces.

  24. dover_beach says:

    monty still believes Sicknick died at the Capitol building having been bludgeoned to death by a train of Trump supporters using the same fire extinguisher.

  25. m0nty says:

    monty still believes ‘members of Congress were in imminent danger of being killed by people unarmed’ hoax.

    The bloke who shot Babbitt wasn’t to know if they were armed or not. From his perspective, a violent mob have stormed the Capitol and are in the process of breaking down the door to the House floor. What is he supposed to do, shout ole and waggle his cape? Your position makes no logical sense.

  26. Roger says:

    What sort of message is this sending to young people, especially young black people, in the US?

    Just ask Biden’s Ambassador to the UN, who this week opined that “white supremacy” was “woven into” the nation’s founding documents.

    When does the healing begin, Joe?

  27. Major Elvis Newton says:

    Dante has a white mother. He’s a mulatto at best.

    How convenient the BLM thugs and supporters choose to airbrush the white side of the family out of the picture.

  28. BM says:

    “There is no one to blame for her death but … Babbitt herself.” – Monty

    Liberty Quote. The most perfect illustration of Monty’s “morality” that you could ever hope to see!

  29. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “America has fallen apart.”

    Correct…..and given what happened in November 2020, given that the Demrats are planning to stack the Supreme Court, I just can’t see it ever being put back together.

  30. Fair Shake says:

    Wrights ‘mentor’ suggested he could be a basketballer, anything he wanted to be.

    That’s the American way. You can become an NBL basketballer. Didn’t make the grade? then it’s someone else’s fault. There’s always crime to fall back on and if that fails as well then Victimhood is also a career option. So many opportunities await young lad.

  31. Roger says:

    Wrights ‘mentor’ suggested he could be a basketballer, anything he wanted to be.

    Are black kids no longer advised to get a job and stick with it?

    That is the key to success for most of them.

  32. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/56734989

    How DO you mistake a pistol for a Taser?

  33. Boxcar says:

    Putin has scared Biden out of the Black Sea, and blocked Ukrainian ports.
    The whole world knows Biden is a fraud, and is treating him accordingly.
    The usual Democrat tactic is to double down, but now that their threats are palpably hollow, they can only capitulate or attack.
    Watch this space.

  34. dover_beach says:

    The bloke who shot Babbitt wasn’t to know if they were armed or not.

    He’s not communicating with other Capitol officers? What would lead him to think they’re armed? Has the sound of gunfire rung out? Has it been communicated to officers that the protestors are armed? Earlier you were raising a stand down order, one he seemed uniquely unaware of, now you’re arguing that it is perfectly reasonable to shoot protestors when they they don’t obviously pose a clear and present danger to anyone.

  35. Rex Anger says:

    Your position makes no logical sense.

    We have been telling you this for years, m0n-tard.

    That that it has ever stopped you…

  36. Boxcar says:

    The original footage of Babbitt’s death showed an arm with a gun pointed at the window, for minutes. As Babbitt was hoisted thru it, the gunman stepped out for a better shot and fired up close. Looked more like premeditated murder.

  37. Paul says:

    I think the police woman may have accidentally saved some lives

  38. candy says:

    How DO you mistake a pistol for a Taser?

    Complete mental panic and someone not fit for that job.

    Unlike the Capitol killer who calmly posed, aimed and fired directly at the lady’s neck.
    I think she lived 5 minutes at most. Something he had definitely done before.

  39. thefrollickingmole says:

    The proper response to Montys “thoughts’.

    Im not a racist but…
    It should never have gotten that close.
    ..which seconds before had had a clear shot at politicians scurrying away from the baying mob…
    ..wasn’t to know if they were armed or not..

    ..Perhaps because the protestors were almost all white?..

    Dont…

    And it is with some regret I note Monty just justified every instance of police gunning down a person regardless of where they are or what they are doing.
    ..wasn’t to know if they were armed or not..

    Monty should be fine with a swat sniper popping one in his doghnut hole at random because: ..wasn’t to know if they were armed or not..

  40. rickw says:

    America has fallen apart.

    Yes and no. Just needs to get bad enough that The Patriots won’t hesitate to fix it and won’t give a quarter until it is fixed.

    Going to be very bad for the traitors.

  41. Lee says:

    The bloke who shot Babbitt wasn’t to know if they were armed or not.

    Police could say that of any suspect who he or she shot.
    Including known crooks/suspects who the police ordered to stop, but who refused to do so, including Daunte Wright.
    But of course you will flip-flop all over the place on this.

  42. rickw says:

    The bloke who shot Babbitt wasn’t to know if they were armed or not.

    Same logic applies to anyone resisting arrest or reaching into their car or pockets against instructions, no?

  43. feelthebern says:

    The bloke who shot Babbitt wasn’t to know if they were armed or not. From his perspective, a violent mob have stormed the Capitol and are in the process of breaking down the door to the House floor. What is he supposed to do, shout ole and waggle his cape? Your position makes no logical sense.

    Exactly.
    Cops can’t shoot people unless they see a weapon or the punter is in the act of gaining to access a weapon.

    And who gives a shit if they stormed the House floor.
    All the politicians were in their offices 250m away in a separate building.
    And to quote BLM “You’re insured”.

  44. Graham says:

    America has fallen apart

    The mid-terms in November 2022 will be crucial. If the Republicans can take back to House and/or the Senate there is at least some chance of stemming the tide. They are going to need a lot better leadership than they currently have.

    The debacle in the Georgia run-offs showed that the Republicans had largely been asleep when it comes to ensuring election integrity. They fixed the problem in Florida but not in many other States.

  45. Terence M says:

    Boxcar

    “The original footage of Babbitt’s death showed an arm with a gun pointed at the window, for minutes. As Babbitt was hoisted thru it, the gunman stepped out for a better shot and fired up close. Looked more like premeditated murder”.

    The footage I saw clearly showed the cuff-linked killer actually fired THREE shots at Babbitt as she was HOISTED through the window by a lot of “helpers”
    Surely its time to name this yellow bellied cop unless of course there are more than one justice systems operating in the USA, both depending on who you vote for.

  46. calli says:

    My view – when and if we know who killed Ashli Babbit, we will know a great deal about the people pulling the strings that day. The fact that his name has been suppressed leads me to believe that he’s someone very close to a mover and shaker. And possibly that he was in a place he wasn’t supposed to be.

    For all we know, he has been “disappeared”.

    The truth will come out eventually.

  47. Crossie says:

    The footage I saw clearly showed the cuff-linked killer actually fired THREE shots at Babbitt as she was HOISTED through the window by a lot of “helpers”
    Surely its time to name this yellow bellied cop unless of course there are more than one justice systems operating in the USA, both depending on who you vote for.

    Depending on who you vote for? Yes, on the Democrat side. Sadly Republicans couldn’t give a toss about their voters, you could even say they are downright hostile to them.

  48. Crossie says:

    My view – when and if we know who killed Ashli Babbit, we will know a great deal about the people pulling the strings that day. The fact that his name has been suppressed leads me to believe that he’s someone very close to a mover and shaker. And possibly that he was in a place he wasn’t supposed to be.

    For all we know, he has been “disappeared”.

    The truth will come out eventually.

    This case is gaining Kennedyesque mystique so I don’t think any of us will live long enough to find out.

  49. calli says:

    I’ve been to the Grassy Knoll and the Sixth Floor Window, Crossie.

    😀

  50. m0nty says:

    Same logic applies to anyone resisting arrest or reaching into their car or pockets against instructions, no?

    If you think the circumstances of a random black man being stopped by a cop for a broken taillight are the same as a white Army vet crawling through a broken window to invade the House floor as the culmination of an insurrectionist Capitol riot, you really are a moron.

  51. Shy Ted says:

    The gangbangers are having a ball. Why would they stop?

  52. Crossie says:

    calli says:
    April 16, 2021 at 3:02 pm
    I’ve been to the Grassy Knoll and the Sixth Floor Window, Crossie.

    Did you have a tour guide to point out what happened where?

  53. calli says:

    If you think the circumstances of a random black man

    Had warrants out for his arrest

    being stopped by a cop for a broken taillight

    How unfortunate. He could have escaped custody for a little longer, perhaps to roll another victim. And a broken light is an offence, though a minor one.

    are the same as a white Army vet

    I presume she had that emblazonned on her t-shirt

    crawling through a broken window

    She was being lifted through the window by, with the help of glorious phone video, an Antifa agitator

    to invade the House floor

    A one woman invasion

    as the culmination

    No one knew this was the “culmination” of anything, unless they were clairvoyant

    of an insurrectionist

    No it was a protest where many of the protesters were allowed into the building, some subsequently into the Senate chamber where they prayed for their country, and where not a single firearm was seized

    Capitol riot,

    As opposed to the peaceful, though incendiary, demonstrations throughout the country for the previous six- nine minths

    you really are a moron.

    No. I don’t think so.

  54. calli says:

    There are marks on the road where the shots hit, Crossie. When you go up to the museum, there is an excellent display of the political situation and the lead up to the assassination, including film and a number of scale models.

    It isn’t that far from the window to the point of impact, especially for a target moving away slowly and in a straight line.

  55. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    It isn’t that far from the window to the point of impact, especially for a target moving away slowly and in a straight line.

    Lee Harvey Oswald was an “Expert” rifleman, in the United States Marine Corps, more then capable of making those three shots..

  56. Rex Anger says:

    If you think the circumstances of a random black man being stopped by a cop for a broken taillight are the same as a white Army vet crawling through a broken window to invade the House floor as the culmination of an insurrectionist Capitol riot, you really are a moron.

    Pity’s sake, m0ntard.

    Of you’re going to gaslight at us, at least try to get the facts right.

    Or you just appear to be an ignorant stooge reading a flashcard. Oh wait…

  57. Damon says:

    “This case is gaining Kennedyesque mystique ”
    I don’t think so. It is clearly being hushed up.There must have been many people who saw the shooting, yet no-one could provide a description of the shooter? And a cop wearing cuff-links? He could, and should, have been identified and arrested in no more than ten minutes. It sounds like high level capitol security, which leads directly to Pelosi.

  58. John of Mel says:

    Putin has scared Biden out of the Black Sea, and blocked Ukrainian ports.
    The whole world knows Biden is a fraud, and is treating him accordingly.

    Ron Paul believes it’s the current US administration who pushes Ukraine towards the war with Russia.

  59. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Lee Harvey Oswald was an “Expert” rifleman, in the United States Marine Corps, more then capable of making those three shots..”

    Correct. Oswald fired those shots.

  60. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    calli says at 3:02 pm:

    “I’ve been to the Grassy Knoll and the Sixth Floor Window, Crossie.”

    Moi aussi – on my first visit to Dallas-Fort Worth Dealey Plaza was the first place I went to after reporting to the very big bosses of my Australian bosses. It was an important pilgrimage to further understand the profound impact Kennedy’s death had on a child all those years before. 😁

    “It isn’t that far from the window to the point of impact, especially for a target moving away slowly and in a straight line.”

    I agree, not even a hundred yards I reckon.

  61. If you think the circumstances of a random black man being stopped by a cop for a broken taillight are the same as a white Army Air Force, vet crawling through a broken window to invade the House floor as the culmination of an insurrectionist Capitol riot, you really are a moron.

    Uh-huh.

  62. m0nty says:

    I presume she had that emblazonned on her t-shirt

    No, but she did have badges with Q and WWG1WGA on them, so she was obviously part of the insurrection.

    If you jump head first through a broken window into the barricaded House floor lobby, where there are a group of police who are literally the last line of defence between rioters and the leaders of the country, what do you expect is going to happen? No one owes you a duty of care. You are a terrorist. If you die, that is entirely on you and those who enabled you.

  63. Boambee John says:

    It should never have gotten that close.

    Munty thinks that anyone who breaks into a federal building should be shot without warning?

  64. calli says:

    If I understand the timeline correctly, the “leaders of the country” weren’t even there. They had been whisked away. And behind Babbit was a phalanx of armed to the teeth police (or security) who chose not to shoot her.

    I get it. Heat of the moment stuff, fully justified. Then why don’t we know who fired the bullets one of which killed her? According to you, he’s in the clear. It’s not as if it’s a state secret. Or is it?

  65. Boambee John says:

    culmination of an insurrectionist Capitol riot, you really are a moron.

    Silly munty still on about the unarmed “insurrection”. Get with the program fatso, no weapons were confiscated during the unarmed “insurrection”.

  66. Lee says:

    Munty thinks that anyone who breaks into a federal building should be shot without warning?

    He wasn’t saying that when Antifa and BLM mobs entered and destroyed or damaged federal buildings during last year’s U.S. riots.
    Of course, that is “different” – they are left wing.

  67. Rex Anger says:

    If you jump head first through a broken window into the barricaded House floor lobby, where there are a group of police who are literally the last line of defence between rioters and the leaders of the country, what do you expect is going to happen?

    Not evem that happened, Benito M0ntylini.

    Babbit was up on the barricade and attempting to climb through the broken glass. She was very much still on the far side of the barrier when she was murdered.

    No calls, no warnings. Just a fellow sticking his sidearm out of a doorway and opening fire.

  68. Rockdoctor says:

    Tucker is spot on. However IMO the same has been happening gradually all over the western world. Australia is still somewhere behind, look at how Extinction Rebellion are treated with kiddy gloves and those who have recently dared challenge them are zealously pushed away and warned to move on. Aboriginal car thieves. The double standards are already here and entrenched. We’ll get all the way there soon enough. That’s why they wan’t to centralise policing in the US, our cetralised forces oops I meant services here are a joke.

    The USA I am concerned about, been over 20 years since I last went there. I never saw the division we see now in these videos. Know it is generally small & centalised but stuff like this has the potential to metastasise.

  69. thefrollickingmole says:

    It sounds like high level capitol security, which leads directly to Pelosi.

    At that point, once all the polly-ticks were safely out of the area was when all the “arms” Montys fellow retards believed were carried by all the protesters were supposed to come out and develop into a gun battle justifying the title of “insurrection” (or if you are media, a fat Australian retard or a Democrat, “ARMED INSURRECTION”) and the subsequent crackdowns.

    Meanwhile in “Largely peaceful” protest land..
    Portland protesters barricade courthouse with federal officers inside, then try to set it on fire

  70. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Munty thinks that anyone who breaks into a federal building should be shot without warning?

    Please tell me Monty isn’t allowed access to anything more lethal then a cop pistol?

  71. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    cap pistol, FFS

  72. candy says:

    You are a terrorist. If you die, that is entirely on you and those who enabled you.

    I doubt you’d say the same Monty if things were reversed, and an unarmed lady Democrat protestor was executed by the security detail of a noted Republican politician eg, say Ted Cruz, for simply being there, with no weapon and already monitored by police behind her. You would be outraged, is my guess.

  73. rickw:

    America has fallen apart.

    Yes and no. Just needs to get bad enough that The Patriots won’t hesitate to fix it and won’t give a quarter until it is fixed.
    Going to be very bad for the traitors.

    There will need to be a trigger incident, and the Left are trying to find one.
    Why? you may ask. Because the Left think they can win a civil/race war.
    Their folly is that they don’t understand that in a war the other side gets a voice as well.
    Silly Leftists.

  74. The footage I saw clearly showed the cuff-linked killer actually fired THREE shots at Babbitt as she was HOISTED through the window by a lot of “helpers”

    Babbitt had both hands on the window frames when the shots were fired.
    She was obviously unarmed.
    (Not seen in the close up as the gunman moved into view, but seen in the video behind Babbitt about 2 – 3 metres. Both hands in view, “On the steering wheel”)

  75. m0nty says:

    I doubt you’d say the same Monty if things were reversed, and an unarmed lady Democrat protestor was executed by the security detail of a noted Republican politician eg, say Ted Cruz, for simply being there, with no weapon and already monitored by police behind her. You would be outraged, is my guess.

    Actually candy, if there ever was a Democrat riot in the Capitol trying to overthrow a normal democratic election, you could count me out of supporting Democrats completely. But that’s not going to happen, is it? It didn’t happen in 2000 under much closer and more questionable circumstances. It was actually the Republicans who rioted in the wake of that election. Seems to be a bit of a pattern there.

  76. Boambee John says:

    Wasn’t there a bomb set off in the.Capitol by lefty “protestors” (or should that be “insurrectionists”) back in the 1970s?

  77. Rockdoctor says:

    Thing is Winston, as Maximilian Robespierre found out a mob or revolution can turn on a dial and that is not the only example in recent history. Revolutions usually end up in failed or states in turmoil where the strong survive, these privileged pasty 19yo’s or obese ‘things’ won’t be at the top of that pile. More like the gangsters currently running drugs in the burning neighbourhoods or well armed ex Military types. Warlords so to say. I would hazard a guess to say even the US west has more unknown or documented David & Goliath battles where Goliath won than the folk history we know of. Good guys don’t always win.

    One thing we know after some statues that have been defiled by these reprobates is they certainly aint students of history or even have much knowledge of any history. They are small and isolated incidents now but as you say the usual suspects are looking for a trigger point. Have mates who reckon guns will be it but I don’t agree, have to be something that goes to the core and is shocking. Lets hope 2022 rights the ship before they find it.

  78. Rex Anger says:

    Actually candy, if there ever was a Democrat riot in the Capitol trying to overthrow a normal democratic election, you could count me out of supporting Democrats completely. But that’s not going to happen, is it?

    Ahem…

    There were several in the leadup to the election, stooge.

    All over DC. By your Antifa mates.

    And you championed them every step of the way. And screamed at Orangutan Bard on command about how activating the National Gaurd was an act of fascist dictatorship. Even though he only ever skewered the Democrat Governors and Mayors who were quite happy to ruin their cities and pu ish their Class Enemies, content that their street enforcers would keep their racial voteherds in line once the violent euphoria wore off.

    You’ve memory-holed it, but Pepperidge Farms and the Cat remember…

  79. candy says:

    Actually candy, if there ever was a Democrat riot in the Capitol trying to overthrow a normal democratic election, you could count me out of supporting Democrats completely

    I don’t think so, Monty. I think you’d be up in arms about an unarmed lady Democrat protestor being summarily shot by the security detail of the Republican politician you despite and the Democrat supporters would burn the place down and cause havoc through the nation and find the new government illegitimate because an unarmed innocent Democrat protestor was executed.

  80. m0nty says:

    There is no way your scenario would ever happen, candy. You are only defending Babbitt because you deny that she was a terrorist. She does not deserve sympathy, she was an aggressor not a victim.

    Here’s another scenario. Let’s say Babbitt didn’t get shot, she and her fellow terrorists broke down the door and chased the legislators down the corridors they had just had to flee through, and caught one of them and killed them. Then the police would have killed at least one terrorist (let’s just say Babbitt cops it), the crowd disperses and there are no further killings. In this scenario, you and the Cats would still be defending Babbitt even though she was involved in a terrorist murder, because it was only one murder and the safety of the republic was not really at stake.

    Do you see that you reflexively defend the terrorists no matter how badly they act, candy? There is not really a line over which you would say no, that’s too much, I can’t follow them there. You have already followed them across the line where they start a riot in the Capitol building in an attempt to overthrow the government to reverse a democratic election. How much further would you go? A fair way further, I think. Which means you have no argument really, you’ve just acting in purely partisan manner.

  81. Snoopy says:

    Zzzzz. Zzzzz.

  82. Candy says:

    Monty,
    They had no weapons. What kind of terrorist has no weapon except a Q badge or a furry headress?

  83. Boambee John says:

    You are only defending Babbitt because you deny that she was a terrorist.

    Don’t be so bloody stupid munty.

    She was unarmed, and there were armed police, with AR-15 “assault weapons” (sic) behind her. There was a locked door in front of her. Your scenario is beyond fantastic.

    However, if you are saying that anyone who might, possibly, commit a terrorist act can be shot on suspicion, then your allies in Ante-fa are going to get a hard time in future.

    Do you see that you reflexively defend the terrorists no matter how badly they act, candy? There is not really a line over which you would say no, that’s too much, I can’t follow them there.

    Isn’t that the position you take with Ante-fa? Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Tango Whiskey India Tango.

  84. Boambee John says:

    Charlie Kilo

  85. rickw says:

    Here’s another scenario. Let’s say Babbitt didn’t get shot, she and her fellow terrorists broke down the door and chased the legislators down the corridors they had just had to flee through, and caught one of them and killed them.

    Getting all worked up over “terrorism” after a solid 12 months of ignoring real terrorism.

    What a complete tosser.

  86. mh says:

    Monty, you are the one that dismissed the attempted assassination of Republican Steve Scalise, saying his injuries were just “a graze”.

  87. Rex Anger says:

    So, when Benito M0ntylini has finished foaming at the mouth because we keep torpedoing The Narrative…

    Are you supposed to be the troll, M0ntylini? Or are you the trolled, now?

  88. Boambee John says:

    mh

    Yes, munty was quite relaxed about a Bernie Bro shooting slat a group of Republicans with intent to murder them. But that couldn’t be terrorism, it was done by a lefty. Then there was the bloke (Rand Paul?) who had his ribs broken by a DemonRat neighbour.

    Where lefties are concerned, “There is not really a line over which munty would say no, that’s too much, I can’t follow them there.”

  89. Boambee John says:

    shooting at

  90. dover_beach says:

    If you jump head first through a broken window into the barricaded House floor lobby, where there are a group of police who are literally the last line of defence between rioters and the leaders of the country, what do you expect is going to happen?

    Last line of defense? You hysterical nincompoop.

  91. dover_beach says:

    Here’s another scenario. Let’s say Babbitt didn’t get shot, she and her fellow terrorists broke down the door and chased the legislators down the corridors they had just had to flee through, and caught one of them and killed them.

    Dear oh dear. This is NPC level stuff.

  92. mh says:

    Evening rakes.

    Monty likes to mix things up.

    *thwack*

  93. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Here’s another scenario. Let’s say Babbitt didn’t get shot, she and her fellow terrorists broke down the door and chased the legislators down the corridors they had just had to flee through, and caught one of them and killed them.

    Here’s another scenario. If my auntie had balls, she would be my uncle.

  94. JC says:

    Here’s another scenario. Let’s say Babbitt didn’t get shot, she and her fellow terrorists broke down the door and chased the legislators down the corridors they had just had to flee through, and caught one of them and killed them.

    Moron, as you were writing that the police building in Portland was set alight by Hiden supporters.

  95. m0nty says:

    LOL, db thinks it’s hysterical to think that a violent insurrectionist riot in the Capitol building which stopped the certification of a fair election might have been a bit of a dangerous situation.

    I see none of you denying that if my scenario came true, that you would be defending the murderers (of just one person) as not really being a serious threat to the republic. That is exactly how it would have gone down, you’d be downplaying the terrorist effect of a single murder and trying to blame anyone but the murderers. People get murdered in America every day, you’d say, look at Chicago and Detroit, and it’s not as if the dude they murdered was particularly important anyway! That is completely your arguing style. And it’s a massive crock of partisan poop.

  96. dover_beach says:

    Monty has gone full NPC. The ‘violent insurrectionists’ were let in the grounds and the building and then voluntarily walked out. They set fire to nothing, nor did they harm anyone in the building. They were unarmed. You’re now left repeating the lies and calumnies of CNN.

  97. m0nty says:

    I note, db, that you carefully tiptoed around the fact that the rioters pulled multiple cops down the stairs and beat them with sticks.

    You are left downplaying and minimising an insurrection in the Capitol building while the election was being certified. The fact that the mob failed to overthrow the government doesn’t mean they should be let off for trying.

  98. Rex Anger says:

    I see none of you denying that if my scenario came true, that you would be defending the murderers (of just one person) as not really being a serious threat to the republic. That is exactly how it would have gone down, you’d be downplaying the terrorist effect of a single murder and trying to blame anyone but the murderers. People get murdered in America every day, you’d say, look at Chicago and Detroit, and it’s not as if the dude they murdered was particularly important anyway! That is completely your arguing style. And it’s a massive crock of partisan poop.

    Look at Benito M0ntylini go!

    Another stooge falls victim to the fallacy of Confession by Peojection…

  99. Rex Anger says:

    I note, db, that you carefully tiptoed around the fact that the rioters pulled multiple cops down the stairs and beat them with sticks.

    They did? I thought they were all, unmasked as Antifa agitators.

    Just like the ringleaders and stooges who got let into the Capitol building, tried to play at rioting, got a lady killed, gave up and stomped off to get arrested?

  100. Rex Anger says:

    You are left downplaying and minimising an insurrection in the Capitol building while the election was being certified. The fact that the mob failed to overthrow the government doesn’t mean they should be let off for trying.

    Leftists ‘overthrowing’ leftists for the benefit of the cameras and a hysterical Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez…

    Oh M0ntylini. Dear, sweet little fascist fool M0ntylini.

    Leftwit propaganda only works on you Leftwits!

  101. dover_beach says:

    Yes, yes, monty, the US was 3 mins to midnight away from 1776.

  102. FlyingPigs says:

    this m0nty thing

    so the next time, if ever it happens, that Republicans happen to be in control of The House, The Senate and The White House and a partisan mob of so called Democrats start beating on the very doors of either The Senate or The House then they should be shot to death?

    good to know.

  103. Boambee John says:

    m0nty says:
    April 17, 2021 at 12:02 am
    I note, db, that you carefully tiptoed around the fact that the rioters pulled multiple cops down the stairs and beat them with sticks.

    Not fire extinguishers?

  104. Boambee John says:

    The fat fascist fool munty still pursues the long debunked “insurrection” idiocy. Even the federal prosecutors are only pursuing trespassing charges against most of the “insurrectionists”, none of whom were found to be carrying firearms.

    The only unarmed “insurrection” in history!

  105. m0nty says:

    Yes, yes, monty, the US was 3 mins to midnight away from 1776.

    Nothing to see here, says db, as domestic terrorists he fully supports drag cops out to beat them with sticks and others chase politicians out of a sitting session where they were certifying election results that he didn’t like because too many black people voted against his guy.

  106. m0nty says:

    Founding member of the Oath Keepers pleads guilty.

    Schaffer pleaded guilty to only two charges, but both are felony offenses carrying heavy penalties that federal prosecutors are relying on heavily in the wider probe. One, obstruction of an official proceeding of Congress, is punishable by up to 20 years in prison; the other, trespassing on restricted grounds of the Capitol while armed with a deadly or dangerous weapon, carries up to a 10 year prison term.

    […] Under terms of the plea deal signed by Schaffer and his attorney, Marc Victor, he faces a recommended prison term of 41 to 51 months under nonbinding federal guidelines, though his sentence will ultimately be decided by a judge.

  107. Rex Anger says:

    Benito M0ntylini is sure that the people of Amerikkastan will accept THIS Gliewitz Incident.

    Surely…

  108. Rex Anger says:

    Founding member of the Oath Keepers pleads guilty.

    Besides, a plea of guilty does not confirm guilt.

    Had you forgotten about General Michael Flynn already, M0ntylini?

    Aside from the fact that all these ‘Insurrection’ prosecutions you are so desperate to justify The Steal keep collapsing. Or don’t go through all the way because so many of them were MSM or Antifa plants.

    Poor m0nty. Like Princess Leia of the Rebellion saod, “The more you tighten your grasp, the more Les Deplorables will slip through your fingers…”

  109. Boambee John says:

    ROFLMAO.

    munty bleating about trying to overthrow an election result (ignoring, of course, the evidence of fraud in that result). He previously spent three years demanding that an election result be overthrown, based on substantially less evidence of Wussia, Wussia, Wussia interference.

    Try again munty, that dog won’t hunt.

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