A former "Jeopardy!" champion and prominent Twitter leftist stated that the death of a pro-Trump protester and military veteran on Wednesday was "one of the few good things that happened as a result of the Capitol 'protest'" and that people should "feel less bad than you do about putting down a rabid animal."
Ashli Babbitt, a 14-year veteran of the Air Force, was apparently shot by Capitol Police amid protesters breaking into the Capitol building, reported The New York Post.
"Ashley [sic] Babbitt feeding the worms is one of the few good things that happened as a result of the Capitol 'protest' and if you feel the need to mourn her Nazi a** it'll be easier for both of us if you unfollow me now," said Arthur Chu, an 11-time former "Jeopardy!" champion.
Ashley Babbitt feeding the worms is one of the few good things that happened as a result of the Capitol "protest" and if you feel the need to mourn her Nazi ass it'll be easier for both of us if you unfollow me now— Arthur Chu (@arthur_affect) January 7, 2021
"When a bullet goes through the fatty tumor a Nazi has in the space where a human being would have a brain, nothing is lost," continued Chu, who is a voiceover artist, actor, and has more than 40,000 Twitter followers. "A pile of meat that moved and spoke and acted like a person was made to stop moving, and thus could no longer fool people into thinking it was one of them."
"A Nazi is the opposite of a person...to kill them is to bring life," he said. "You should feel less bad than you do about putting down a rabid animal."
Rob Shimshock is the commentary editor at CNSNews.com. He has covered education, culture, media, technology, and politics for a variety of national outlets, hosted the Campus Unmasked YouTube show, and was named to The Washington Examiner's "30 Under 30" list. Shimshock graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Media Studies.