Who Killed Ashli Babbitt? We May Never Know

The Capitol Police Officer who shot unarmed Ashli Babbitt has been let off the hook and we are not going to be given his name.

After we watched Police officers (usually white) across America being named and dragged through the mud (and cities burned) by the likes of Antifa and Black Lives Matter for shooting armed and unarmed black men, the double standard is once again on full display.

See my earlier post on the tragic death of an Air Force veteran. Here is the update.

From Gateway Pundit:

Investigators Recommend No Charges For Capitol Police Officer Who Shot and Killed Ashli Babbitt But Still Won’t Release His Identity

It is unusual that the police officer’s identity is being withheld from the public and yet he is being exonerated of any wrong doing from the authorities reviewing the case.  These are very suspicious actions indicating there may be more to this very sad story.

More here.

It is the egregious double standard that we are treated to that will make any ‘healing’ an impossible joke.

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14 thoughts on “Who Killed Ashli Babbitt? We May Never Know

  1. If indeed the officer who shot Ashli was black, then they are protecting his identity because he is black. Every other officer’s name, involved in a shooting, is plastered all over the news. Even if they are acquitted, they can never live a normal life again because of the publicity. When did America’s laws change to be guilty before conviction?
    I have never agreed with publishing a person’s name or picture before conviction. The innocent are already convicted in the court of public opinion.

  2. That officer looks black to me. Whites have summarily genocided by blacks for a long time now.

    It went up quite a bit when Obama came into power and didn’t abate when Trump was in office.

    Just like the woman in the nursing home who was shaved and put through a humiliation ritual because she was an older white woman.

    We saw this play out with that freak Billy Chimirmir.

    Point being, older white women need to be self aware at all times.

  3. I assumed that when the police officer’s name went unmentioned in the press, the officer was most likely a black man. Had the citizen who was killed by him been black, all hell would have broken loose, and within twelve hours, the officer’s entire life would have been splashed across ALL the media for public consumption.

    When that didn’t occur, I KNEW the officer was black. Especially since the deceased was white, AND a military veteran.

    I can only hope she was interred with the full military honors to which she was entitled, and I pray for her family and friends.

  4. The African Capitol Police Lt. David Bailey is the shooter but his is being covered up because he is African. There aren’t that many Africans working for the Capitol Police. Web search: “David Bailey shot Ashli Babbitt”

    1. “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s policy on harassment and bullying.”

  5. I heard that it was Chuck’s bodyguard who shot the unarmed fourteen year military lady.

    1. If you find any reliable link with any information please send it my way.

  6. Prior to Ashli Babbit being shot, why did the police officers guarding the doors leave ?
    If they would not have left and not allowed the protestors to break the door windows Ms. Babbit would be alive today. Something is very fishy about the whole thing.

    1. Absolutely and I hope one day we will get the truth, but not holding my breath. In fact, I wish there was a serious journalist who would look into the entire episode and write a book eventually—Who killed Ashli Babbitt? would be a great title.

    2. I agree. I can’t let go of it. My friend was there & she watched the capital police remove the barricades to the capital to let people in. She also saw a bus load of antics be let out at the capital not the White House for the rally

  7. Not only black but a full member of BLM whaat why is BLM members in the secret service at the capital?? Put him on trial he murdered Ashley

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