(Big League Politics) – A new video shows Ashli Babbitt, the patriotic martyr who was gunned down in cold blood by the Capitol Stasi inside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, attempting to stop rioting and property destruction shortly before her death.
Babbitt could be seen confronting agitator Zachary Alam, who she punched in the face in order to prevent him from destroying windows in the Capitol. She could be seen being outraged with police as they refused to keep the peace as the violent scene was staged for the cameras.
Independent journalist Tayler Hansen posted the video on his Twitter account:
NEW: Ashli Babbitt punched Zachary Alam in an effort to stop him from breaching the window. This was right after the cops decided to evacuate—
She was trying to stop the attack on the windows and was visibly frustrated with Police inaction.
— Tayler Hansen (@TaylerUSA) January 25, 2022
Big League Politics has reported on Babbitt’s family pushing for justice and transparency following the execution of the Air Force veteran:
“The mother of Ashli Babbitt, the patriotic martyr who was murdered in cold blood by a federal thug in the U.S. Capitol, is speaking out on the one-year anniversary of the infamous rally.
Micki Wittehoeft, Babbitt’s mother, appeared alongside Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Matt Gaetz (R-FL) to give heartfelt words about her daughter and champion her legacy.
“She served this country her whole adult life. She loved God, loved America, loved her family, and came to D.C. to hear Donald Trump speak about a stolen election,” Wittehoeft said, adding that Babbitt was “murdered by a careless, wreckless Capitol police officer, Michael Byrd, who should have been fired two years ago for leaving his loaded weapon in a public restroom.”
She added that reforms need to come to the Capitol police, who “operate with impunity” and are “not subject to FOIA” or “subject to transparency.”
“They are another arm of Congress, and they don’t answer to an external review like every other police department in this country,” Wittehoeft said.
“My daughter was an amazing, energetic, independent, powerful woman,” she added, holding back tears. “And I miss her everyday, and I’m here because Americans do have the right to protest. It is your right as an American citizen to protest.”
Wittehoeft sent a pointed message to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) as well for abusing her authority and refusing to release security footage that would illuminate exactly what happened on Jan. 6.
“You’re not the queen, Nancy Pelosi. This is America’s 14,000 hours of missing footage. We have a right to see it… We have political prisoners in jail, in America, not in some third-world country. We have political prisoners to this day in solitary confinement, being denied the due process, most of them veterans, that they fought for,” she said.”
Babbitt’s memory will not be forgotten. She showed the courage that Trump supporters will need to restore their country and defeat the evil forces out to destroy America.