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Democrats Revel in Defeating Trump’s Capitol Coup, but Who Will Check Biden’s Power?

There is blood on the floor of the People’s House, the blood of Ashli Babbitt, an American hero.

She is the only hero of January 6, a woman killed for her country. It may be “sweet and fitting” to die for one’s country, but it is horrible to be killed by one’s country. If Congress has a conscience, it will place a statue of Ashli Babbitt on Capitol Hill, and a plaque at the spot where their police gunned her down.

Donald Trump must bear the blame for four years of fanning the fire of partisan distrust in America. As the President of the United States, he had a responsibility to stop campaigning and start governing the day he took the oath of office. But Trump is not responsible for the killing of Ashli Babbitt.

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