Who Killed Ashli Babbitt and Why Has She Been Forgotten?

Who Killed Ashli Babbitt and Why Has She Been Forgotten?

Justice Must Be Given

Is it too much to ask to know the name of the federal government employee who, on our behalf, shot an unarmed veteran who was, at worst, trespassing in a public building? Apparently, it is, since no one in our glorious, licensed, and neutered regime media seems to want to tell us. They know. They all know. They just don’t want you to know.

We know the identity of the incompetent cop who shot the guy with a warrant (for carrying a concealed weapon without permit, which is not even a crime in nearly two dozen free states – racist Democrat gun control laws helped kill him). All we know about Wyatt Twerp, who shot the super-scary Q person for climbing through a window, is that the DoJ thinks it’s A-OK to cap misdemeanor suspects if they oppose the ruling caste and clear him. The dummy who can’t tell her taser from her Glock got charged though, even though it’s absolutely clear she was stupid rather than malicious. Two systems of justice – gee, how could that go wrong?

There are sleuths online claiming various different people are the shooter – I don’t know for sure who it is, and I won’t accuse someone of this act until I do. But our garbage ruling class should tell us who killed this woman in our name. And it was in our name – this was a federal cop, and we have been told he was among the brave Spartans who resisted the onslaught of the good-natured guy in Viking horns and the rest of the characters who walked in through the open doors into the Capitol in history’s least severe insurrection ever. After months of being informed by the smart, honest Neros of modern America that this minor imbroglio – I helped suppress the Democrat icon’s Maxine Waters-inspired LA Riots, so save your breathless hyperbole about riots for the sissies and the saps – was the greatest threat to our democracy in the history of ever, you would think they would want to glorify and commemorate the brave hero who shot the unarmed woman who was, you know, surrounded by other cops.

He should be proud, right? He took out that perilous threat to America. He’s all man. Where’s his parade? He’s a hero, right?

Yes, according to the members of the lib tuffies battalion on Twitter, who were positively turgid over the idea that the fed fuzz blasted this terrifying “terrorist” – they absolutely love the idea of the regime killing her, and it’s not much of a stretch to imagine their giddy delight at the idea of some uniformed minions of the establishment killing you too. What’s a few dead kulaks among friends?

It’s no surprise that leftists celebrate the homicide of dissenting Americans – after all, for them, there’s nothing wrong with shooting as long as the right people get shot. And people like you are the right people.

But what is really disgraceful are the establishment conservatives not merely excusing it but cheering it on. Erick Erickson, who is no longer conservative in any non-cruise ship sense of the word, was a leading voice in the “cool, cool” contingent, opining that the cop “should be commended for his restraint in the face of the mob.” 

Shooting unarmed trespassers who are literally standing right next to cops with AR15s does not constitute “restraint” in any sense. Leaving aside Erickson’s tactical and moral illiteracy – he’s usually very concerned about what Jesus would do and, apparently, he thinks that He would do is waste the uppity proles – if you green light this kind of state violence, the left will inevitably move to the next level of state violence. If you do not think that *’s handlers would hesitate to kill a whole bunch of you for defying them if they thought they could get away with it – and this cop is going to get away with it (until President DeSantis orders a reinvestigation at about 12:01 pm on Inauguration Day, just after he pardons all the non-violent political prisoners that the DoJ is selectively persecuting, excepting the narcs) – then I have a patch of scorched earth outside of Waco to sell you cheap.

So, who killed Ashli Babbitt? Why can’t we know? 

Where are all the journalists whose courage ensures that democracy doesn’t die in darkness? Why are they keeping us in the dark?

Where’s Jake Tapper on this death of a vet? Nobody is a better friend of vets than Jake Tapper, according to Jake Tapper. Who killed her, Jake?

Where’s Brian Stelter, who is a potato? He’s a very serious media analyst, I am reliably informed by sources, as well as a walking delivery system for sour cream, bacon bits, and chives. Shouldn’t he be exploring why the media seems to be hiding this significant information from the people? Perhaps he’s afraid to go outside lest he be accosted by hungry Irishmen. Who killed her, Brian?

Hey, 60 Minutes, maybe you can try telling a real story instead of making one up to serve the Democrat narrative. I know a good one. Who killed Ashli Babbitt, Mike Wallace wannabes?

Brace yourself for a startling revelation, but they don’t want to tell you because the garbage media is totally dedicated to supporting the liberal establishment narrative. And if that means covering up for an apparently unjustified police shooting because the victim isn’t one of the chosen – if a cop capped a BLM or Antifa scumbag for the same thing the media would be cheering the fiery mostly-peaceful protests that would inevitably ensue – then so be it.

The media minions know their place and their mission. It’s to serve the narrative. That’s why they will never tell you who killed Ashli Babbitt.

A Loving Patriot

As dramatic scenes unraveled in the Capitol in January – with a horde plowing through security – the jarring live video showed a woman draped in a Trump flag who has been shot by a plainclothes officer as she allegedly purported to breach the storied chambers via the window. She was rushed to a local hospital in critical condition and later died from her wounds.

That woman was later identified as a 14-year Air Force veteran from San Diego, Calif. Her name was Ashli Babbitt.

Her husband, Aaron Babbitt, told KUSI-TV in San Diego that she was a “strong supporter of President Trump, and was a great patriot to all who knew her.” 

Babbitt, a self-described Trump devotee, based in the bustling, popular surf neighborhood of Ocean Beach, seemingly made the journey without her husband – who only learned of her death as the scene unfurled on the television.  

Ashli Babbitt was identified as the woman shot dead inside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6th.

According to records, the pair married in 2019, and most of her online profile pictures – including on professional networking site LinkedIn – feature them together. Ashli Babbitt was previously married to Timothy McEntee, with whom she served in the U.S. Air Force. They filed for divorce in May 2019. 

In statements Thursday, he depicted his former wife as one who was “never afraid to speak her mind,” “loud and opinionated, but caring, thoughtful, loving,” as well as a woman who “loved America with all her heart.”

Her brother-in-law, Justin Jackson, similarly characterized Babbitt to NBC7 as “extremely passionate about what she believed in,” and one who deeply loved the United States.

Much of that zest and vehement Trump advocacy was reflected in her Twitter account. She used the display name “CommonSenseAsh” and described herself as a veteran, Libertarian, and Second Amendment supporter in the biographical section.

“Nothing will stop us….they can try and try and try but the storm is here and it is descending upon D.C. in less than 24 hours….dark to light!” she wrote in one post, and in others touted #StoptheSteal retweets as well as calls for California Gov. Gavin Newsom to be recalled. 

On Jan. 1, Babbitt retweeted a post declaring, “This is a COUP. They do not Fear us. They don’t even try to Hide now.”

And in what would turn out to be one of her last posts on the platform, Babbitt responded to another Twitter user who vowed that they were “landing in D.C.” to “do God’s work” and “Save the Republic,” that she too would “be there.”

She joined the platform in 2016 and had more than 5,500 followers, which quickly limed to more than 18,000 in the wake of her death. 

The day before she was shot and killed by Capitol police, Babbitt tweeted, “Nothing will stop us…. they can try and try and try but the storm is here and it is descending upon D.C. in less than 24 hours….dark to light.”

Babbitt served as a high-level security officer throughout her time in Air Force. Military records show that she held an E4 Senior Airman’s rank, having entered active duty in April 2004 and served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Her last active-duty station was Dyess Air Force Base in Texas, where she held the title of security forces controller, before leaving the military in 2008.

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska–Staff Sgt. Timothy and Airman 1st Class Ashli McEntee take a break with newly-adopted, former military working dog, Sorbon A333 in mid-January. Sergeant McEntee was Sorbon’s mwd handler while stationed at Eielson; he and his wife adopted Sorbon Jan. 11.

Throughout her tenure, Babbitt received a dozen awards and decorations, including the National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award and Air Force Reserve Meritorious Service Medal. 

In 2008, Babbitt and then-husband McEntee were profiled by the Official U.S. Air Force website in a story entitled “Retired, Adopted: Hard Work Pays Off for Military Working Dog (MWD).”

“As most every security forces specialist puts in 12-hour shifts, works hard in the field and charges through long and frequent deployments, he/she can only hope to depart from the force with a nice, cushy and well-deserved retirement,” the article noted. “Now, he gets to live the good life with the adopted family of his most recent handler, Staff Sgt. Timothy and wife, Airman 1st Class Ashli McEntee, currently stationed at Dyess AFB, Texas.”

Babbitt commented on how the “chill dog” had adapted well to its new life and concurred that adopting the MWD was a benefit to the couple just as much as for the canine. She said the pup was “naturally hardened by his work environment of finding explosives and hunting down ‘bad guys’ during his numerous deployments in support of Operations Northern Watch and Iraqi Freedom.”

Records show that she was a member of the Air Force Reserve from October 2008 until September 2010 and was subsequently in the Air National Guard from July 2010 until November 2016.

A Washington, D.C., Air National Guard news release in 2014 also listed Senior Airman Ashli McEntee as being one of the 30 personnel being deployed to southwest Asia, highlighting that it was her eighth deployment and describing her as a mentor to her fellow service members in the 113th Security Forces Squadron.

In the last chapter of her life, Babbitt took over the longrunning Spring Valley, California-based Fowler’s Pool Service & Supply in 2017, where she was listed as CEO and owner with her second husband, Aaron.

“Fowler’s Pool Service is proud to be a veteran-owned and operated company,” its website states. 

While social media postings for the company were relatively scarce compared to her own Twitter feed, on Veteran’s Day 2019, its Instagram account further highlighted its U.S. military roots. 

“A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with freedom,” the post read.

“Happy Veterans Day from all of us at Fowler’s Pool Service. We are so honored to be led by these two who are our fearless leaders and who inspire us every day with their strength and positivity,” said the post. “You both have been through so much and we owe our freedom to you and all of the other veterans out there who have risked everything. We appreciate everything you do for us and all of our amazing clients.”

As per standard protocol, a police investigation is now underway into the circumstances of her death, with the officer who fired the fatal shot having been placed on administrative leave and their police powers suspended. Three other people also died Wednesday from medical emergencies.

Members of Babbitt’s family could not be reached for further comment.

Still, as her identity as the person deceased filtered out early Thursday, some friends were busy preparing crowdfunding pages to pay for funeral costs.

Others were perplexed over just how and why Babbitt was where she was on Wednesday and engaged in the mass protest against the transition of power. 

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