Aaron Babbitt Issues Statement Regarding MSM Using Ashli’s Name For Clickbait
Lame-stream Media is using Ashli Babbitt's name for clicks, again.
Ever since January 6th, the Media has had an obsession with slandering Ashli Babbitt, a 14 year Air Force Veteran who was shot and killed inside of the U.S. Capitol.
In an exclusive quote given to Tayler Hansen’s Substack, Aaron Babbitt addresses the most recent clickbait article used to drag his wife’s name through the mud, again:
It’s unfortunate certain news/media outlets have found a way to drag my beautiful wife’s name through the mud once again, not relying on or trying to acquire facts, but only running head first with an unsubstantiated/convenient narrative.
Regarding this alleged incident, and oddly enough in my situation, I was never asked one time for comment yet my name and business has been included once again.
My wife and I had severed all ties, both professionally and personally, with her half brother back in July of 2020 due to his work performance and erratic behavior. She had not spoken with him for over six months prior to her death.
I’m saddened by this current exposure invoking Ashli’s name for an eye grabbing story title, and for those who love her, but most importantly for the person who allegedly had to endure what I can only imagine would be a highly traumatic experience. If found to be true after adjudication, there is no place in San Diego, or America for these types of hateful incidents and they must be condemned across the board. The purported actions of one person should not be twisted to make it anything more than it is- an alleged singular incident performed by a singular individual at a singular moment in time.
We all need to come together, and be better to each other. It doesn’t take much effort or energy to be kind.
This article was republished by LA Times and other Mainstream Outlets in an attempt to muddy the waters and cause controversy, again.
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