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Husband of Ashli Babbitt BLASTS January 6th Committee for Claims the Hearing Ignored his Wife’s Death

Ashli Babbitt was shot and killed by a U.S. Capitol Police officer while storming the Capitol on January 6, yet her widower says no one has reached out to him about what happened.

Jesse Babbitt, who told CNN he’s been married to Ashli for more than 14 years, said he watched the House Oversight Committee hearing Wednesday and was “disappointed” that lawmakers didn’t devote their time to his wife’s death.

“I feel like it’s an injustice,” Jesse said Thursday night during a phone interview with CNN. “It should have been the biggest thing discussed.”

Ashli Babbitt’s husband: ‘I want accountability’

The Capitol Police failed to protect Ashli Babbitt when she was attacked by a deranged man who had just shot up the National Mall in Washington, DC on January 6. The suspect was able to enter restricted areas because of security lapses at multiple government agencies including the Department of Homeland Security and the Secret Service. No one has been held accountable for these failures, and Congress must act now if we want to prevent another tragedy like this from happening again.

Jesse Babbitt believes the January 6 hearing should be focused on his wife’s death

It is important to remember that the January 6 hearing was never intended to be a forum for discussing Ashli’s death. In fact, when Jesse Babbitt made this clear to the Capitol Police, they claimed that “the Committee has no jurisdiction over deaths.” The committee is focused on the Capitol Police and their policies and procedures. They have not responded to Jesse’s requests for information about his wife’s death—information he needs in order to make informed decisions about how best to move forward with her case.

Jesse Babbitt believes that any discussion of policy changes should come after an independent investigation into his wife’s death has been completed and its findings made available publicly.

The 34-year-old has called for investigators to review the circumstances surrounding her death

The 34-year-old has called for investigators to review the circumstances surrounding her death. He said he wants to know why she was left alone in a parking lot, and why she was not wearing a protective vest.

“There were other officers who had their lights on and sirens off, that were there before us,” Babbitt said in an interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation. “Why weren’t they responding? I think it’s something that needs to be looked into.”

He says he’s reached out to members of Congress but only received a response from Rep. Adam Kinzinger

In a written statement, Babbitt said he wrote to other lawmakers but has not heard back from any of them. “I did get a reply from one Congressman – Rep. Adam Kinzinger,” he said.

He went on to say that he doesn’t know why the committee is ignoring his request for an investigation into his wife’s death.

“I want accountability,” Jesse Babbitt told CNN. “The Capitol Police is there to protect and serve and they did not do that.”

Jesse Babbitt is calling for accountability after his wife, Ashli Babbitt, was killed by a Capitol Police officer.

“I want accountability,” Jesse Babbitt told CNN. “The Capitol Police is there to protect and serve and they did not do that.”

He said he wants answers about the circumstances of his wife’s death. The shooting took place on January 6 at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington D.C., where Ashli Babbitt had worked as a security guard since 2013 at the Senate Restaurant – which closed last year due to construction work being done in the building before reopening this month under new management with some changes including new uniforms for staff members like Ashli who were employed there before its closure earlier this year after some renovations were completed ahead of schedule.”I don’t know what happened,” Jesse said when asked if he had any idea what could have led up to his wife’s death at such an unexpected time – less than a week after Christmas Day celebrations when many people spend time with family members who live far away from each other but still stay connected via social media platforms or video calls services like FaceTime so everyone feels closer together despite geographical distance between them right around now (when most people travel anyway).”It’s hard [to accept], but I know it happened,” Jesse added while holding two framed photographs one showing him smiling alongside his late wife while another shows them both standing together arm-in-arm looking very happy while posing outdoors somewhere near their home town near Oahu Island in Hawaii where both lived before moving back east coast US mainland several years later.”I just want answers,” said Jesse whose voice cracked slightly as tears welled up inside eyes during interview conducted outside Parkland Memorial Hospital where several days earlier doctors told him that nothing could be done medically help save

Conclusion

“If she was breaking the law, then prosecute her,” he said. “But there has to be accountability.”

Written by Staff Reports

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  1. Our same government, which is even now preparing to not stop 15,000 illegal aliens from entering the US across the southern border, being careful not to hurt any of them and meeting their needs, on 1/6 shot a woman dead who served us with distinction because she was upset about the direction the US was headed. The hearing taking place that will not mention her, is protected now security greatly heighten since 1/6. The border remains insecure. The Democrat led government does not care and does not protect Americans. It sees the future in the illegals and not in our children. Shame on you

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