Pelosi was quick to call Secret Service protecting the White House and Federal Buildings ‘Gestapo’, but she falls strangely silent when unarmed female civilians beaten by cops undercut her narrative.
A judge finally forced the release of a video — a year after the event — which claims to show an unarmed woman being beaten in the head with batons and fists. The woman in that video is filing suit.
It was immediately clear when the left and even the media shoehorned murdered veteran Ashlii Babbitt into the villain’s role and the cop who killed her as the hero that this was not playing by the rules of the typical news narratives. There was a bigger story going on.
It wasn’t long after that before the new narrative came into focus. Every Trump supporter that marched that day was a ‘Threat To Democracy™’ and needed to be treated with extreme prejudice.
Events of that day were used as the pretext for Trump’s re-heated impeachment, based on accusations based on a phone call that even WaPo retracted after the damage was done. Having concluded Trump was guilty became a prerequisite of being on the heavy-handed ‘Jan 6 Commission’, and the one-year anniversary became the occasion for grand political spectacle. Pelosi even tried to include 2 police suicides, Sicknick’s death by natural causes (stroke) and a cop run down by a Farrakhan supporter as being somehow Trump’s fault.
When hundreds of Stop The Steal protesters were held without bail for non-violent crimes suddenly the prison reform forgot all about their cashless bail demands, or prisoner’s rights.
Meanwhile, dozens of unconvicted Trump supporters languish in prison, and tens of thousands of hours of video are being treated as classified.
It was disturbing enough when we learned that Roseann Boyland may have been beaten by police moments before her death, which has been ruled ‘overdose’. ROSEANNE BOYLAND: Died On Jan 6th … Was She Beaten To Death By Capitol Police?
But the allegations in Victoria C. White’s case are nothing less than horrifying… especially when there is a portion of video showing her trying to protect the Capitol from a vandal who had broken a window, pushing the vandal away from the building, and telling the crowd to ‘get him out of here’.
Here is the angle that captures the man in the white shirt with the baton striking out at White, who is standing along the shield line against the right wall and is wearing a red shirt. You can see her arm come up to shield her from the blows at about the 1:08 mark.
Victoria C. White, the Minnesota woman who allegedly suffered a beating by District of Columbia police in the West Terrace tunnel at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, has filed a federal lawsuit alleging assault, battery, and excessive use of force.
…White’s beating is shown in detail on a three-hour video unsealed by a federal judge in December in a case involving another defendant charged in the wake of the rally featuring then-President Donald Trump and the subsequent unrest at the U.S. Capitol.
The video shows White being struck by police nearly 40 times in a four-minute span, including blows to the head with a steel baton and punches to the face and head, delivered by an officer in a white shirt.– EpochTimes
Adding insult to injury, she was a domestic abuse survivor, and the recovery of her mental health went right back to square one.
She had to fight to get this video and there is are some very interesting observations she has made about the individuals appearing in that video.
McBride initially filed a discovery request on Oct. 1, 2021, for three hours of CCTV surveillance video from the West Terrace tunnel. He later asked a federal judge to unmask the video and make it public because “it had been subject to a protective order shielding it from public view,” according to notes he posted on Rumble.
In his motion to obtain the video, McBride said the video shows “there were agent provocateurs agitating conflict in the crowd” on the West Terrace, and “there were undercover agents passing weapons through the crowd.”
“Careful, patient analysis and cross-referencing of these eight videos will lead you to the truth,” McBride wrote on Rumble. “Look for coordination and communication between members of the crowd who look out of place with uniformed police and begin to connect them to each other.” — EpochTimes
Does it make you wonder what ELSE is being hidden under the cloak of being ‘classified’?
Do you endorse police violence, Pelosi, so long as it is directed against the right people?
If not… SAY HER NAME. Victoria C. White.
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