Trump Starts Major Firestorm With Just One Sentence

Many Trump supporters and other freedom-loving Americans have expressed serious concern over the handling of the Ashli Babbiit murder. The media has attempted to keep the story under wraps and Big Tech is on a censorship campaign to block users from seeing the harrowing footage of Babbitt’s murder.

Luckily, Former President Donald Trump is looking for accountability. The caught-on-video slaying of the 35-year-old Air Force Veteran was more disturbing than it sounds. Babbitt, an ardent supporter of Donald Trump, was present on Jan 6. when a group of protestors breached the U.S. Capitol building.

With just one single sentence, Trump totally blows open the Babbitt case as his influence remains stronger than ever.

In a statement released to his Save America website Trump asks, “Who Shot Ashli Babbitt?”

Babbitt was hit once in the shoulder by an unidentified Capitol police lieutenant while she tried to crawl through a broken window leading to the Speaker’s Lobby outside the House chamber at the Capitol.

The shooting was captured on video and went viral.

Warning: Graphic Video

But in April, Biden’s Department of Justice quickly closed the investigation into Babbitt’s death, citing lack of evidence. The unidentified officer was never charged with her murder, despite the act being caught on video. Babbitt’s slaying was quickly shoved under the rug and the media stayed silent, leaving it up to conservative outlets, and now the Former President, to beg the question: Who shot Ashli Babbitt?!

You can read the DOJ’s full decision to close the Babbitt case here:

Conservative news host Greg Kelly is among the high-profile skeptics of the quick closing of the case — and has been incensed there’s been no interest to delve further into it.

‘Why did the cop open fire when she did NOT pose a deadly threat ?”

In its April statement, the DOJ said it examined video footage posted on social media, statements from the officer involved, other officers and witnesses to the events, physical evidence from the scene of the shooting, and the results of an autopsy.

According to the inquiry, Babbitt, who was among those who got inside the Capitol, ”attempted to climb through one of the doors where glass was broken out.”

“An officer inside the Speaker’s Lobby fired one round from his service pistol, striking Ms. Babbitt in the left shoulder, causing her to fall back from the doorway and onto the floor.”

She died at Washington Hospital Center.

Author: Nolan Sheridan