More than three months after the purported shooting of one Ashli Babbitt at the U.S. Capitol, the case has been closed with no details provided and no revelations as to who the shooter was. This, on its face, makes zero sense. We don’t even know where she was transported and treated.
The Wall Street Journal merely reported, “She was transported to a local hospital where all lifesaving efforts failed. She was pronounced deceased.”
Ashli Babbitt was a 14-year military veteran who served four tours with the U.S. Air Force and was a high level security official throughout her time in service. Babbitt served in the U.S. Air Force under the name of Ashli Elizabeth McEntee
McEntee was the surname of her first husband of many years. They divorced in May 2019. She married Aaron Babbitt, a former U.S. Marine, the following month. Veterans Aaron and Ashli had a pool service business in San Diego, according to reports.
She left active duty in April 2008 and served in the Air Force Reserve from 2008 to 2010 and then served in the Air National Guard until 2016, according to records.
Although she was described as a mentor to others, she didn’t rise to become a noncommissioned officer after years in the reserves and National Guard, according to official records.
Her former unit was mobilized to protect the Capitol during the Jan. 6 demonstrations.
The Air Force gets her service dates wrong. The Air National Guard said she was a guardsman from July 2010 to July 2016. There is an overlap with her Air Force dates and her employment at Exelon’s Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant from 2015 to 2017. It’s unclear what her job was at the plant.
It looks like Babbitt was sheepdipped in 2016. This is where the military pretends to separate you, but you secretly still work for it — in Babbitt’s career, to a security or counterintelligence role.
Almost immediately, this exemplary military veteran started exhibiting running foul of the law undisciplined behaviors. According to court records, two restraining orders were issued against her over a year, although they don’t provide details on who requested the order.
She also was charged in Maryland that year for “willful motor vehicle damage without the owner’s consent” but was found not guilty. She was charged again in 2016 with reckless endangerment, for which she was found not guilty, and malicious destruction of property, for which she was acquitted, that same year, court records show. In 2019, she had a complaint filed against her for aggressive driving that was thrown out based on a lack of jurisdiction, the court records show.
In October 2016, Babbitt opened a Twitter account and, wouldn’t you know it, “… includes retweets and comments supportive of conspiracy theories. The account also shared posts against wearing face masks to limit the spread of the coronavirus. On Dec. 9, responding to a news report of an underground party being broken up in Los Angeles, she tweeted that Covid-19 was a joke.”
Then, out of the blue, Babbitt became a die-hard Trump and QAnon supporter.
”In a recent posting, she included the hashtag #WWG1WGA, or Where We Go 1 We Go All, a slogan associated with QAnon.”
Yes, that’s the ticket.
Oddly, the erratic, “unpredictable” Babbitt also voted for Obama and opined, ”Obama did great things …I think he jacked some s— up,” she wrote in November 2018, “but I think he did do a lot of good.”
Her grandfather said he was perplexed by her Trump support and didn’t know the reason for it.
”She’s passionate about everything, particularly Donald Trump for some reason,” he said.
On Jan. 6 and in the days prior to her death, she posted on social media comments about going to the Capitol to #StopTheSteal. In the following Jan. 6 selfie video she posted, she’s leaving a Trump rally and walking with a group over to the Capitol building for a protest.
Was Babbitt a “patsy” like Oswald?
Ashli’s husband Aaron was also at the Capitol building on Jan. 6, near the front line that pushed through the lobby and into the corridors, as the following 44-minute video shows. Starting at around minute 17:00, he’s the bald man with a beard that comes forward to talk to police. Ashli doesn’t appear to be in the area. Later, at around minute 38:00, you see her shot. Her husband was no where to be seen as she lay on the floor.
In the end, she was technically the only person to have been “killed” on Capitol Hill that day, as the narratives surrounding other “killings” broke down and were revealed as merely unintentional deaths.
Here is the clip of this prop job. We are now led to believe that the cold-blooded gunning down of an unarmed woman in the eyes of the “Dept. of Justice” isn’t worth a hill of beans.
And, finally, where’s the civil suit? A jury wouldn’t find this actionable, if it was real? Ashli’s GoFundMe memorial page has raised $19,020, which is a modest sum compared to the fundraising for other staged events.