By now, you’re likely familiar with the story the mainstream media and Deep State have regurgitated about Ashli Babbitt’s death.
According to them, Ashli was a terrorist, a traitor, an insurrectionist, and she was climbing through a window in order to stop democracy and destroy the country.
That’s the story they’ve been telling us in order to justify murdering an unarmed female vet.
But that’s not the story of what really happened.
A stunning new story has emerged on what really happened just moments before Ashli Babbitt was murdered by Capitol police officer Michael Byrd.
And this new story is NOTHING like the one the media and Deep State have been spinning.
Ashli isn’t a monster, she’s not a terrorist, and she is certainly not an insurrectionist.
There’s a much different version of what happened, and it makes perfect sense.
Zero Hedge reported that Babbitt, who served in the U.S. Air Force as a military police officer, was chatting with three officers from U.S. Capitol Police and the Metropolitan Police Department.
“About five minutes prior to her getting shot and killed, all of those officers, Officer Yetter and the other officers in the hall, the MPD cops, they were all joking with her and laughing with her,” Hansen said. “They were having conversations and joking and laughing. Then not even five minutes later, Michael Byrd comes and executes her.”
Babbitt confronted rioter Zachary Alam, leaning in between him and one of the police officers guarding the doors. Alam turned away from Babbitt and punched a window to the side of the officer’s head. Babbitt winces just before Alam strikes the window with his right hand. He later uses a helmet to smash the tempered glass.
An audio analysis of video taken in the hallway reveals that Babbitt shouted, “Stop! No! Don’t! Wait!” according to her husband, Aaron Babbitt.
“After repeatedly forcing myself to watch the murder of my wife, I have come to my own conclusion that Ashli came to a point of realization that she was in very bad situation and the police weren’t acting appropriately to what she was witnessing,” Aaron Babbitt told The Epoch Times.
“I know my wife very well. She’s not destructive,” Babbitt said. “She was not there to hurt anybody.”
As the three police officers moved away from the Speaker’s Lobby doors, a U.S. Capitol Police Containment Emergency Response Team (CERT) was coming up the stairs, responding to an erroneous police radio report of shots fired.
Standing adjacent to the departing officers, Babbitt peers around them at the men smashing the glass. Her expression is one of shock. She yells at the two rioters.
In Fear for Her Life
Babbitt feared for her life, her husband said, so she climbed into the broken window to escape. Byrd shot her before she got more than partway into the window frame.
I believe this version of what happened 100 percent. It makes sense. Everything adds up.
When the GOP takes back the House and Senate, we need to make certain that an investigation into Ashli’s murder is a top priority.
We cannot rest until Michael Byrd faces justice.
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