Yesterday I told you about a pivotal person in the so-called “Jan. 6 Capitol Riot” – or what they call the “insurrection.” His name was Officer Brian Sicknick, the one who was reportedly bludgeoned with a fire extinguisher. As it turned out, he died mysteriously some time the next day after receiving no more than first aid.
The head slammed with a fire extinguisher was a media line – repeated ad nauseam to create the “narrative.” No toxicology report. No coroner report.
As it turns out, we know less than nothing about the real fate of Officer Sicknick.
Today I’m going to tell you about another pivotal person in this drama.
The late Ashli Babbitt holds the distinction of being the one and only gunshot victim at the Capitol that day. We still don’t know why. No one has been arrested. No one can provide an explanation or the name of the officer who shot her. There was no good reason for her death.
Who was she? Why was she there?
Babbitt was a 14-year Air Force veteran, an unarmed woman who attended the protest of the inexplicable election snafu. Over two months after her death at the hands of a Capitol police officer, no information or details have been released.
On “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Babbitt family attorney Terrell Roberts confirmed the family has been given no information relating the circumstances of the death.