Mother Of Ashli Babbitt Slams Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Blames Her For Daughter’s Death

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After nearly eight months of speculation and debate over the events of January 6, the most pressing question remains unanswered: who murdered Ashli Babbitt? Pundits on the right continue to cry out seeking answers, with even President Trump posing the question in a recent speech, but no one wants answers more than Ashli’s family.

Babbitt’s mother, Michelle Witthoeft, spoke out this week and in a big way claiming that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is to blame for her daughter’s murder.

“My daughter was a California constituent, and Nancy Pelosi not only, I feel like, orchestrated the death of my daughter,” she said then continuing by stating, “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.”

Despite the numerous reports of violence on Jan. 6, there has yet to be any evidence that Babbitt was reckless or threatening.

There had been no documented incidents of Babbitt lighting fires or fighting police officers, according to an earlier story from The Western Journal.

And like the rest of America, her mother is curious as to who is to blame for her death. “The Capitol Police should be held accountable like every other police department in the country,” she said.

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Yet the shooter remains unidentified leaving many to speculate who he is and why he is being protected, as the responsible party for the only violent death on that day.

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