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'''Ashli Babbitt''' (c. 1990 - 2021) was a 14-year veteran who served four tours in [[Afghanistan]] with the [[US Air Force]] and worked as a high level security official throughout her service. Ashli was unarmed when she was executed by the U.S. Capitol Police during a Joint Session of the [[U.S. Congress]] to certify the [[fraud]]ulent results of the [[2020 presidential election]].<ref>http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61987</ref>
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'''Ashli Babbitt''' (15 May 1985 - January 2021) was a 14-year veteran who served four tours in [[Afghanistan]] with the [[US Air Force]] and worked as a high level security official throughout her service. Ashli was unarmed when she was executed by the U.S. Capitol Police during a Joint Session of the [[U.S. Congress]] to certify the [[fraud]]ulent results of the [[2020 presidential election]].<ref>http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61987</ref>
  
 
During the January 6, 2021 Joint Session of Congress certification process, as protesters rallied in support of [[President Trump]] outside the capitol, chartered vans of [[Antifa]] were escorted by state police in black, unmarked SUVs into the midst of the crowd.<ref>https://twitter.com/RockNPolitics/status/1346897013607174148</ref><ref>https://archive.is/IiHln</ref><ref>https://youtu.be/L0xyqVMUh_E</ref>  Capitol Police then removed barriers and waved the crowd onto the Capitol steps.<ref>https://www.usnews.com/news/national-news/articles/2021-01-07/capitol-police-chief-to-resign-next-week-reports</ref><ref>https://twitter.com/cevansavenger/status/1346920924310867968</ref>  Antifa rioters proceeded to wreak havoc<ref>https://twitter.com/TaylerUSA/status/1347209509383655424</ref> breaking windows on the [[U.S. Capitol]] building and storming the premises.<ref>https://twitter.com/emmbeliever/status/1347032914182217728</ref><ref>https://twitter.com/stillgray/status/1346908554804953088</ref><ref>https://twitter.com/TheRightMelissa/status/1347040212602466304</ref><ref>https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/new-video-antifa-hands-weapons-bag-storming-us-capitol/</ref>  Facial recognition [[technology]] identified Antifa members,<ref>https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/jan/6/xrvision-firm-claims-antifa-infiltrated-protesters/</ref> who had used disguises to infiltrate a pro-Trump protest group,<ref>https://vidmax.com/video/200954-big-tech-keeps-blocking-this-video-showing-trump-supporters-throwing-antifa-out-of-the-capitol-building</ref> as storming the building.<ref>https://gellerreport.com/2021/01/photos-reports-show-antifa-infiltrators-stormed-the-capitol-building.html/</ref> Twitter, in a flimsy attempt to cover for the Antifa punks, falsely claimed that a side-by-side photo comparison of one of the infiltrators (showing him at the Capitol in one photo, and at a BLM rally in June 2019 in the other photo, both of which show him with the same visually distinct tattoos) was "manipulated media" but gave no reason for their false claim.<ref>[https://twitter.com/KelemenCari/status/1346929418455842816 Cari Kelemen: "AZ BLM rally in June, DC Capital in January] at Twitter</ref>
 
During the January 6, 2021 Joint Session of Congress certification process, as protesters rallied in support of [[President Trump]] outside the capitol, chartered vans of [[Antifa]] were escorted by state police in black, unmarked SUVs into the midst of the crowd.<ref>https://twitter.com/RockNPolitics/status/1346897013607174148</ref><ref>https://archive.is/IiHln</ref><ref>https://youtu.be/L0xyqVMUh_E</ref>  Capitol Police then removed barriers and waved the crowd onto the Capitol steps.<ref>https://www.usnews.com/news/national-news/articles/2021-01-07/capitol-police-chief-to-resign-next-week-reports</ref><ref>https://twitter.com/cevansavenger/status/1346920924310867968</ref>  Antifa rioters proceeded to wreak havoc<ref>https://twitter.com/TaylerUSA/status/1347209509383655424</ref> breaking windows on the [[U.S. Capitol]] building and storming the premises.<ref>https://twitter.com/emmbeliever/status/1347032914182217728</ref><ref>https://twitter.com/stillgray/status/1346908554804953088</ref><ref>https://twitter.com/TheRightMelissa/status/1347040212602466304</ref><ref>https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/new-video-antifa-hands-weapons-bag-storming-us-capitol/</ref>  Facial recognition [[technology]] identified Antifa members,<ref>https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/jan/6/xrvision-firm-claims-antifa-infiltrated-protesters/</ref> who had used disguises to infiltrate a pro-Trump protest group,<ref>https://vidmax.com/video/200954-big-tech-keeps-blocking-this-video-showing-trump-supporters-throwing-antifa-out-of-the-capitol-building</ref> as storming the building.<ref>https://gellerreport.com/2021/01/photos-reports-show-antifa-infiltrators-stormed-the-capitol-building.html/</ref> Twitter, in a flimsy attempt to cover for the Antifa punks, falsely claimed that a side-by-side photo comparison of one of the infiltrators (showing him at the Capitol in one photo, and at a BLM rally in June 2019 in the other photo, both of which show him with the same visually distinct tattoos) was "manipulated media" but gave no reason for their false claim.<ref>[https://twitter.com/KelemenCari/status/1346929418455842816 Cari Kelemen: "AZ BLM rally in June, DC Capital in January] at Twitter</ref>

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Ashli Babbitt (15 May 1985 - January 2021) was a 14-year veteran who served four tours in Afghanistan with the US Air Force and worked as a high level security official throughout her service. Ashli was unarmed when she was executed by the U.S. Capitol Police during a Joint Session of the U.S. Congress to certify the fraudulent results of the 2020 presidential election.[1]

During the January 6, 2021 Joint Session of Congress certification process, as protesters rallied in support of President Trump outside the capitol, chartered vans of Antifa were escorted by state police in black, unmarked SUVs into the midst of the crowd.[2][3][4] Capitol Police then removed barriers and waved the crowd onto the Capitol steps.[5][6] Antifa rioters proceeded to wreak havoc[7] breaking windows on the U.S. Capitol building and storming the premises.[8][9][10][11] Facial recognition technology identified Antifa members,[12] who had used disguises to infiltrate a pro-Trump protest group,[13] as storming the building.[14] Twitter, in a flimsy attempt to cover for the Antifa punks, falsely claimed that a side-by-side photo comparison of one of the infiltrators (showing him at the Capitol in one photo, and at a BLM rally in June 2019 in the other photo, both of which show him with the same visually distinct tattoos) was "manipulated media" but gave no reason for their false claim.[15]

The proceedings inside the House and Senate chambers were halted and Babbitt, who followed the crowd into the Capitol building, was summarily executed by Capitol Police.[16]

Following the violence, several Senators withdrew their support of objections to fraudulent electors. One protester posted in social media a statement that he had been paid to disrupt the Trump rally and Congressional proceedings.[17] The Capitol Police chief resigned.[18] Also, immature leftists were allowed by Facebook to attack Babbitt's Facebook page with vile and childish posts gleefully celebrating Babbitt's death, while Facebook, in violation of the First Amendment, illegally banned conservative news site Information Liberation's Facebook page for 30 days (under a false claim of "violation" of community standards - i.e. saying something Facebook's leftist employees did not like) for speaking out about her death and criticizing the events which led to it.

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