The leader of the Republican Party continues to make it clear that the attempt to use violence to install him as a dictator was awesome:
Phoning into “Sunday Futures with Maria Bartiromo,” the former president took to pushing the “big lie” by claiming, without evidence, that social media giants — such as Facebook and Twitter, which banned him from their platforms after the Capitol insurrection that killed five people — had a “big part in rigging” the election as well as baseless accusations of fraudulent votes in Georgia and Arizona.
When the discussion turned to the Capitol insurrection, Trump misleadingly painted the attack that endangered lawmakers’ lives and was an effort to delegitimize the democratic process as a “lovefest” of “peaceful people.”
“There was such love at that rally, you had over a million people, they were there for one reason, the rigged election, they felt the election was rigged,” Trump said, while ignoring the widespread violence that occurred on Jan. 6 as a result of his fruitless efforts to overturn the election results. “That’s why they were there and they were peaceful people, these were great people, the crowd was unbelievable and I mentioned the word love, the love in the air I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Trump then continued his crusade of martyrizing Ashli Babbitt, an Air Force veteran who was fatally shot as she tried to climb through a broken window during the insurrection. Since the Capitol insurrection over six months ago, Babbitt’s death has been used as an example of federal tyranny that has been embraced by Trump and his allies, with the former president egging on his supporters’ demands to identify the officer who fatally shot Babbitt.
Remember as we see the canonization of St. Babbitt that Trump to this day thinks that the Central Park Five should be executed.