FBI Admits 2017 Attack On GOP Reps By A Bernie Bro Was Domestic Terrorism So Why Not A June 14th Commission On Sanders-Incited Shooting?
By: Daniel John Sobieski
The January 6th Commission pushed by Democrats is designed to promote several big lies, the biggest of which is that President Trump “incited” an “insurrection” against the government when he urged attendees at a Washington, D.C. rally to “peacefully and patriotically” protest the Congressional acceptance of an arguably stolen presidential election.
Never mind that the only one shot and killed was an unarmed female Trump supporter named Ashlii Babbitt. Her murder at the hands of a Capitol Hill cop was and is ignored by the media and Democrat Party chasing the phantom murder of a D.C. cop allegedly bludgeoned to death by Trump supporters with a fire extinguisher. Turns out that never happened. An officer did die – of natural causes, most likely a stroke. No fire extinguisher was taken into evidence.
Then we have the lie spread by AOC, now in therapy, we are told, who claimed Trump supporters tried to kill her, marauding outside her office as she hid in terror inside. The mob shouting: “Where is she?” That, like so much else about Jan. 6, was made up.
Not made up was the June 2017 attempted mass murder of Steve Scalise and dozens of GOP Congressmen and their aides at a softball practice by a Trump-hating Bernie Sanders supporter. Sanders’ rhetoric had nothing to do with inspiring the shooting or inciting the shooter. Yet that very real attack on our democracy and government was never described as such and its obvious motivations ignored until the FBI’s recent admission that well, it was domestic terrorism. An admission buried in the appendix of a report on domestic terrorism. As the Washington Examiner reported:
The FBI quietly admitted Friday that the 2017 Alexandria, Virginia, baseball field shooting that nearly killed Rep. Steve Scalise has been classified as “domestic terrorism” carried out by a “domestic violent extremist” targeting Republicans after the bureau previously classified it as “suicide by cop.”
The revelation appears in the middle of an appendix on page 35 of a 40-page FBI-DHS report released on Friday titled “Security Strategic Intelligence Assessment and Data on Domestic Terrorism.” In a section describing approximately 85 different “FBI-Designated Significant Domestic Terrorism Incidents in the United States from 2015 through 2019,” the Alexandria baseball field shooting appears, with the FBI categorizing the perpetrator as a “Domestic Violent Extremist” and describing the incident thusly: “An individual with a personalized violent ideology targeted and shot Republican members of Congress at a baseball field and wounded five people. The subject died as a result of engagement with law enforcement.”
Hodgkinson, an avid liberal and supporter of Democratic presidential primary candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, was killed by law enforcement. He had posted on Facebook that “Trump is a Traitor. Trump Has Destroyed Our Democracy. It’s Time to Destroy Trump & Co.” and joined other groups such as “Terminate The Republican Party” and “Join The Resistance Worldwide!!”