The pro-Trump protester who was shot and killed in the Capitol building once launched into a tirade against California politicians for “refusing to choose America” over their political party in videos posted on Twitter.
Ashli Babbitt recorded two heated videos while driving to work on Nov. 26, 2018, to discuss the crisis at the US-Mexico border.
“I’m driving right now but I’m like really heated all of a sudden,” the San Diego resident begins, “I am so sick of these politicians in this god damned state, they’re all worried about what Trump is doing. How about we worry about what the hell you’re doing?
“Maxine Waters, what have you done? You’re talking about, oh this thing at the border, it’s a political ploy that Trump’s done. Where are you? You’re not even here!”
She then rattled off a list of elected officials from the Golden State — former Gov. Jerry Brown, Gov. Gavin Newsom, Rep. Maxine Water, Sen. Kamala Harris and former Rep. Duncan Hunter — saying she was “putting all you on notice.”
“Our economy is going to take an absolute tank because you guys refuse to choose America over your stupid political party,” she said, adding that she grew up in Lakeside in San Diego County.
All of the officials she listed are Democrats, except for Hunter, a Republican who pleaded guilty last year to stealing campaign funds but was recently pardoned by President Trump.
“You can consider yourself put on notice, me and the American people,” Babbitt continued. “I am so tired of this. I am woke, man. This is absolutely unbelievable. Get your s–t together. Thank you.”
Babbitt, a vocal Trump supporter and 14-year Air Force veteran, was apparently shot in the chest Wednesday by Capitol Police after protesters stormed inside the Capitol Building during wild demonstrations against Congress’ Electoral College vote.
The day before her death, she tweeted, “Nothing will stop us…. they can try and try and try but the storm is here and it is descending upon DC in less than 24 hours….dark to light.”
Ashli Babbitt, killed in Capitol, criticized politicians for ‘refusing to choose America’ The British Journal Editors and Wire Services/ New York Post.