Ashli Babbitt a Martyr? Absolutely, AP!

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The Associated Press, once a great news service, asked a question this week about Ashli Babbitt, the one woman to lose her life at the Jan. 6 Capitol kerfuffle to an assassin under the cover of law.

Is she a “martyr”? Yes, AP, she is!

Michael Biesecker, the hitman for the AP, victimized the Air Force veteran once again, after she was deprived of her life without even a warning by a “law enforcement officer” intent on killing her. What was her “crime”? At most, trespassing.

The story’s headline asks the question: “Ashli Babbitt a martyr? Her past tells a more complex story.” The “complex” story was beneath contempt. Since when does American journalism tell the ugliest smears about a crime victim, who never got a chance to confront her assailant or have her day in court or to rest at peace?

Answer: When the Jan. 6 Capitol is the scene of the heinous, inexcusable, unjustified crime of murder.

In the story, Babbitt is characterized as “the future insurrectionist.” She never lifted a finger! She walked into the U.S. Capitol, without a weapon, and a few minutes later, was shot to death by a law enforcement officer who fired his gun against all police procedure in any jurisdiction of the land. Babbitt never saw it coming.

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