• May 27, 2024

This May Be Who Shot Ashli Babbitt…

It has been months and we still do not have any answers on what happened with Ashli Babbitt that day in the Capitol.

The mainstream media has been hush-hush since the tragedy unfolded and we are not one inch closer to knowing the details surrounding Babbitt’s death.

Ok, I take that back. We are getting closer to knowing the name of the officer who shot and killed a civilian.

Now there is a theory floating around that is rather interesting and when you look at it closer, it does seem to carry some weight.

The theory is that Babbitt was shot and killed by a member of Mike Pence’s security detail.

Interesting, eh?

So hear me out, n ok?

There aren’t many times that a shooter’s name is redacted or held back from the public in the case of a shooting, just look at the George Floyd case?

The only reasonable reason that a name would be held back is if the alleged shooter was in The F.B.I, C.I.A, or any other secretive service or intelligence outfit.

This is where the theory that one of Pence’s men shot Babbitt comes in.

As I mentioned above, the mainstream has been super hush-hush, including the law enforcement authorities, D.C. officials, and those in The Department of Justice.

Is this the potential evidence to show that Pence’s team had something to do with this?

All I know is The American people deserve the truth, we deserve answers—Ashli’s family deserves answers.

Take a look at what people are saying:

Spectator World put forth the theory:

Sources close to and within the intelligence community tell Cockburn that Babbitt was actually shot by a member of then-vice president Mike Pence’s protective detail. The VP’s detail, of course, is provided by US Secret Service, not the Capitol Police. One person asserted to Cockburn over drinks in DC that this is ‘basically an open secret’ in the intelligence community.

Law enforcement sources suggested to Cockburn that the Capitol Police Department and Department of Justice have publicly identified the shooter as a Capitol Police officer in order to protect the reputation of the Secret Service. Cockburn also wonders if this isn’t an attempt to protect Pence from further anger or threats from Capitol rioters who wanted him to refuse to certify the results of the election on January 6.

A cover-up of this nature would also explain why the government hasn’t been forthcoming with other information about the alleged Capitol Police officer who they say shot Babbitt. Police officers who are involved in shootings are almost always identified publicly. The unnamed officer’s lawyer says that his client is being kept anonymous due to threats against his life. Babbitt’s family, however, argues that they have a right to know who shot and killed their beloved relative. Her husband, Aaron Babbitt, is suing Washington DC for access to records that would supposedly reveal the name of the officer.

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