It’s a sickening shame that here we are a year later and we still don’t have straightforward answers about what happened to Ashli Babbitt and why she was murdered.
One thing we do know is that the man who murdered her is walking around free as a “Byrd,” and has faced zero punishment for what he did; as a matter of fact, he refused to be interviewed by officials after killing Ashli.
Must be nice to have that liberal privilege.
So now, the research into Ashli’s murder has been relegated to her family and her supporters.
And speaking of that — I’ve noticed that our friends over at 100 Percent Fed Up have done a great job covering the Babbitt case. If you haven’t checked them out, I’d encourage you to do so. They do good work.
They dropped a bombshell piece on a new “slow-motion” video of the moments just before Ashli’s shooting.
And in the video clip, 100 Percent Fed Up reveals that Ashli Babbitt appears to be actually working to de-escalate the tense situation just before she was shot and killed.
You can watch the video below:
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There’s a bit of a twist and more to the story, so I’d encourage you to read the full article here.
I think it’s been amazing how the right has pulled together to seek justice for Ashli, and also to expose what really went on at the Capitol on January 6th.
There’s so much more to the story than we’re being told.
And God knows we’re not getting much help from our elected officials.
I can count on one hand the number of Republicans who are speaking out and helping with this issue, and I’d still have fingers left over.
Let’s hope this video that 100 Percent Fed Up dropped gets more people involved, demanding the truth about what happened to Ashli, and pushing for Michael Byrd to face justice.
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