There exists a vacuum on the Right currently, with the Historic American Nation desperate for a leader to stand up Trump-style against the Left’s Capitol Coup.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like it will be Rep. Barry Moore, (R.—AL):
Newly elected Alabama Congressman Barry Moore has deleted his personal Twitter account following two controversial tweets that appeared to inject a racial element into Wednesday’s mob assault on the U.S. Capitol.
Attention was drawn to the Tweets on Sunday by journalist Jamie Dupree. In one, Moore commented that “we have more arrests for stealing a podium on Jan. 6th than we do for stealing an election on November 3rd” and went on to say that “Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Detroit would be places I recommend you start.”
In the other, Moore referred to the case of Ashli Babbitt, a military veteran shot by Capitol Police while she was among people trying to force their way into the House Chamber. “I understand it was a black police officer that shot the white female veteran,” tweeted Moore, A Republican from Enterprise. “You know that doesn’t fit the narrative.”
Moore’s account initially was suspended, and later deleted. On Sunday evening Moore’s chief of staff, Shana Teehan, said that after the account was suspended Moore deleted it “because of the censorship of conservative voices he saw happening.”
Moore still has an official account, @RepBarryMoore. As of Sunday night, that account made no mention of the other account. In recent days most Tweets from the official account have been biblical quotations; on Jan. 7 Moore posted a statement condemning Tuesday’s attack as “a disgrace to the principles we long have embraced,” expressing gratitude for the Capitol Police another law enforcement agencies and supporting an orderly transition of power on Jan. 20.
[Rep. Barry Moore deletes Twitter account after suspension, controversial Capitol riot tweets, by Lawrence Specker, Al.com, January 10, 2021]
Ashli Babbitt was the unarmed white woman, a 14-year Air Force veteran, who is the only one killed during the corporate media-dubbed “insurrection” at the US Capitol Building.
Although the identity of the individual who took her life has still not been released—perhaps significantly—it is widely believed from video evidence that he was black.
Mr. Moore was right: this story does not fit the narrative, which is why you scarcely read or hear anything about Ashli Babbitt from the corporate media or from any other elected Republican.
It’s shameful, but such is life in Occupied America.
Who will step up to lead the Historic American Nation?