The following article, President Trump Talks with Ashli Babbitt’s Mother about Jan. 6 Political Prisoners: ‘We Can’t Let This Happen’, was first published on Big League Politics.
President Donald Trump talked with Micki Witthoeft, Ashli Babbitt’s mother, over the phone on Wednesday where he pledged to honor the legacy of the patriotic martyr who was executed in cold blood in the Capitol on Jan. 6 by fighting for the political prisoners whose lives are being ruined for protesting election fraud on that fateful day.
“It’s an honor to be with you and to everybody listening. It’s a terrible thing that has happened to a lot of people that are being treated very, very unfairly. We love Ashley, and it was so horrible what happened to her, that that man shot Ashley is a disgrace, and then he goes on television, and it looks like he was actually bragging about it,” Trump said.
“I just want to tell everybody that’s listening: We’re with you. We’re working with a lot of different people on this, and we can’t let this happen. This has never happened before,” he continued, lamenting that BLM and ANTIFA terrorists have been permitted to rape and pillage the country while peaceful Jan. 6 protesters are being crucified by the federal Gestapo.
“God bless everybody. We are working very hard,” Trump said.
The full clip from a rally outside of a Washington D.C. jail where Jan. 6 protesters are being detained can be seen here:
BREAKING VIDEO: Former President Trump spoke tonight on the phone to Micki Witthoeft, mother of Ashli Babbitt, as she rallied for January 6 defendants outside DC jail.
"We're with you. We're working with a lot of different people on this," Trump said. "We can't let this happen." pic.twitter.com/os0MZnMwUv
— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) September 13, 2022
Big League Politics has reported on the Soviet-style regime of torture being inflicted on the Jan. 6 defendants:
“A defense attorney for a Jan. 6 defendant has compared the treatment of his client to Soviet Russia and claimed he has “never seen such a blatant disregard for inmates’ rights.”
“The DC Jail is more reminiscent of Solzhenistyn’s ‘One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich’ than it is of any remotely acceptable penal institution,” the attorney wrote in a filing.