Ashli Babbitt's Mother: Nancy Pelosi 'Orchestrated the Killing of My Daughter'
'I’ve reached out to Nancy Pelosi’s office several times'
Since the beginning of the year, there have been increasingly more questions arising surrounding the events of January 6 at the Capitol, and at the center is the death of Ashli Babbitt.
Babbitt’s mother, Michelle Witthoeft, accused Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) of orchestrating her daughter’s death.
“My daughter was a California constituent, and Nancy Pelosi not only, I feel like, orchestrated the death of my daughter.”
“I’ve reached out to Nancy Pelosi’s office several times, and she has yet to call me back because she’s too busy playing in her clubhouse with all of her elite people,” Witthoeft said.
She then reminded Pelosi about who she really works for.
“You know, it’s the people’s house. It’s not your house, Nancy," she said.
"It’s the people’s house. That’s my message to Nancy Pelosi,” Witthoeft added.
Evidence of Babbitt acting reckless or threatening during the Jan. 6 events has still yet to surface.
There are no reports of Babbitt starting fires or attacking police officers, at least to date.
Babbitt's mother now demands to know who is responsible for her death.
“The Capitol Police should be held accountable like every other police department in the country.”
Donald Trump also asked the following question:
“Who shot Ashli Babbitt?”
Trump's question forced national awareness, which caused Babbitt’s name to trend on Twitter.
President Trump asks who shot Ashli Babbitt. Every American should know who shot Ashli Babbitt. An unarmed young woman was shot at point-blank range and killed for trespassing. Any cop in this country they did that anywhere else would already be in prison. pic.twitter.com/2UKmhrIzEc— Bernard B. Kerik (@BernardKerik) July 1, 2021
Babbitt’s family announced in April they were suing the Capitol Police for “at least $10 million” in damages.
The family would need to prove the officer responsible had used “constitutionally unreasonable” force against their daughter.
The Department of Justice released a statement after conducting an investigation in April:
“Prosecutors would have to prove not only that the officer used force that was constitutionally unreasonable, but that the officer did so ‘willfully,’ which the Supreme Court has interpreted to mean that the officer acted with a bad purpose to disregard the law,” the DOJ said.
“As this requirement has been interpreted by the courts, evidence that an officer acted out of fear, mistake, panic, misperception, negligence, or even poor judgment cannot establish the high level of intent required under Section 242.”
Despite the Democrats' campaign for so-called police transparency, Babbitt's death definitely does not fit into their agenda, so it's been swept under the rug.
And despite what Democrats claim, January 6. riot did not constitute an “insurrection.”