On Tuesday, The Epoch Times released never before seen footage of Ashli Babbitt that provides even more insight into what happened before she was shot and killed by Capitol Hill Police Officer Mike Byrd.
Once again, the latest video directly contradicts the fabricated narrative that Babbitt had been acting as a violent insurrectionist, and even supports the evidence that was released last week that showed she was attempting to stop two violent instigators from smashing the windows leading into the Speaker’s lobby.
In several new screenshots that were released last week by investigative reporter Tayler Hansen, Babbitt can be seen yelling at the men who were smashing the windows just seconds before she was killed by Lt. Mike Byrd in cold blood.
For several minutes before she was shot, Babbitt fought to stop bad actors from smashing up the Capitol. She also shouted at police guarding the doors leading to the Speaker’s lobby to call for backup.
In the latest previously unseen footage that was recorded by InfoWars reporter Sam Montoya, Babbitt was so incensed at a man for breaking out the windows that she delivered a left hook straight to his face when he refused to stop.
The violent rioter, Zachary J. Alam, was repeatedly smashing the glass with a black riot helmet when Babbitt shouted at him to “Stop it!”
After he finished busting out two panes of glass, Babbitt knocked him in the nose, sending his glasses askew.
Just seconds later, Babbitt climbed through the open window, which is where Byrd pulled the trigger, murdering her in cold blood.
According to the Epoch Times, Babbitt’s punch likely saved Alam’s life, as witnesses claimed that they believed he was preparing to climb through the opening himself before Babbitt intervened.
Once Alam saw what happened to Babbitt, he can be seen running out of the frame.
The Epoch Times also spoke with Ashli’s husband, Aaron Babbitt, who explained that the video provides even more vindication about her actions, and, most importantly, reveals crucial details about what happened that day.
From The Epoch Times:
“‘As we keep seeing these videos and it’s all coming into play and it’s literally laying out everything I’ve said from day one, that she’s a good person, that she loved this country, she was law enforcement, pro-law enforcement, wasn’t breaking anything, didn’t hurt anybody—we’re seeing it now,’ Babbitt told The Epoch Times.”
Aaron Babbitt even called this video the missing piece of the puzzle and declared that “we will get to the bottom of” this horrific incident.
“‘That was a missing piece of the puzzle that just puts it all together,’ Aaron Babbitt said of the video. ‘It shows what we’ve been saying all along based on my interpretation of what’s going on in that room.’
‘I could see the distress on her face. I could see her yell at the cops.’
‘We’re going to get to the bottom of it. We’re going to get it out there.'”
Well now it’s out, and, yet again, the Feds have some explaining to do.
In light of the new recording, Aaron Babbitt is confident that his wife did nothing wrong and that she had tried to escape the hostile situation, where she was pinned down in the hallway, by going through the window to try and get to safety.
She was completely boxed in, he explained.
“Babbitt said the new video reinforces his belief that his wife saw the open window as her only escape from the mayhem. A SWAT team was at the top of the stairs behind her, and the rest of the hallway was packed with demonstrators.
‘I think she just realized she was in a bad spot, something wasn’t right. It didn’t smell right,’ Babbitt said. ‘She had her wits about her. The frustration came out when she punched him in the face, because he deserved it. He deserved it from a man, not the little woman there in that small hallway.'”
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