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Army = 21 (21, 6th tri. number) *6th of month

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/01/06/woman-shot-killed-capitol-14-year-veteran/

The 14-year veteran, 14 days before Inauguration Day, eh?

Dead = 4+5+1+4 = 14

And notice the spelling of ‘Ashli Babbitt’. Can you say ‘Jesuit’?

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13+14 = 105

Her surname also equates to 56, like ‘Washington D.C.’ and ‘Society of Jesus’.

187, the homicide code.

And update, they’re now saying 4 people were killed. Of course the number FOUR is associated with DEATH.

https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/06/politics/us-capitol-lockdown/index.html

3 Comments

  1. michaelj on January 6, 2021 at 10:55 pm

    Neck = 15 (*Ashli Babbitt = 105)

  2. David G. Olsen on January 8, 2021 at 8:46 am

    Babbitt=56
    Ashli Babbitt was shot.
    Former baseball player Shooty Babitt =156.
    In his only year on the Oakland A’s (strike shortened 1981 season) Shooty Babitt batted .256 in 156 at bats with 14 RBI. Ashli Babbitt, who was said to be a 14 year veterean, died 62 days before Shooty Babitt’s 62nd bday. Sacrifice=62. Her shooting death occured on 6-1 while Shooty Babitt was 61. Then A’s manager Billy Martin was so not impressed with Shooty’s play that he said “if you ever see Shooty Babitt playing second base for me again, I want you to Shooty me.”
    “I want you to Shooty me”=283 the 61st prime.
    Shooty’s teammate on the A’s was Corona Del Mar High School graduate Matt Keough. Keough died 5-1-2020 on what would have been Gianna Bryant’s 14th Birthday. As a pitcher Matt Keough had the dubious distinction of tying a major league record for losing his first 14 decisions in 1979 before finishing 2-17, giving him a winning percentage of .105. Har Har. 14 year veteran “Ashli Babbitt”=105. Double har har.

  3. David G. Olsen on January 8, 2021 at 9:28 am

    You could also say that Ashli was shot 8 weeks, 6 days before Shooty’s birthday. Ashli=86r
    “I want you to Shooty me”=86rr. Blood sacrifice=86.

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