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Tomorrow Is Ashli Babbitt’s 37th Birthday And Her Mother Has A Special Request: ‘We Ask That You Set FLOWERS On The Steps To Your Local Capitol Building,’ ‘Display A Single Candle In Your Window’

Ashi Babbitt, the slain Air Force veteran who was murdered by Capitol Hill Police officer Michael Byrd on January 6, would be celebrating her 37th birthday tomorrow if her life wasn’t suddenly taken by a leftist who the federal government continues to protect.

Ashli’s mother, Micki Witthoeft, continues to relentlessly fight for justice.

Advocating for the hundreds of J6 political hostages, mother Witthoeft has spent more than two months praying and protesting in front of the DC jail where the political prisoners are detained.

Patriots from across the nation have convened at the DC gulag with Babbitt’s mother to demand justice for Ashli and the J6 political prisoners, many of whom are veterans and have languished in solitary confinement for months or years without seeing a judge.

Witthoeft and Americans For Justice, a non-profit organization “devoted to assisting American citizens who are being wrongfully persecuted at the hands of the federal government,” are calling on Americans to lift Babbitt up in prayer and commemorate her birthday. .

“To Commemorate Ashli’s Birthday we ask that you set FLOWERS on the Steps to your local Capitol Building and/or display a single candle in your Window,” Witthoeft announced in a statement published on the Americans For Justice website.

Witthoeft joined Americans For Justice founder and Air Force veteran Randy Ireland on his podcast “Justice in Jeopardy” on Sunday morning.

The federal government and Capitol Hill Police waged war on their political opposition on January 6, Witthoeft contends:

We are in Washington, DC because 639 days ago, my daughter was publicly executed at the Capitol on the 6th of January. It’s my opinion that if she were alive she would be here supporting the men at the jail. So we hold a vigil outside the DC gulag every night from 7 to 9:30pm every night around back where our guys can seee us. And we plan on being here, standing in solidarity until October.

A lot of these men that are being held in pre-trial detention are veterans. I feel like veterans should be out supporting veterans. I feel like veterans should be supporting Ashli. And I feel like this country should be more righteously indignant about the way the America people were treated on the 6th of January.

It’s my position that the Capitol Hill Police and the United States government waged war on the American unarmed citizens that day. They need to be held accountable. It was a peaceful patriotic day until it wasn’t. The American people have a right to see the 14,000 hours of footage so we can see exactly what the catalyst for change that day was. A red flare went up in the air then it seemed like rubber bullets and grenades were flying and four unarmed American citizens were killed that day, my daughter Asli Babbitt, Roseanne Bolyland, Kevin Greeson, Benjamin Phillips. It’s also our position that Brian Sicknick’s blood is on their hands because he had a stroke. Sticking with the the theme of that day, they did not render him aid. They let him go lay down and become irreparable. I believe his death is a direct result of the negligence on behalf of the Capitol Hill Police.

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Ireland called on Americans to support Americans For Justice with a $37 dollar donation.

“For all patriots around the country…think about giving a $37 donation [at] www.4Ashi.com,” Ireland said. “Those funds would help us do what we are doing here, bring awareness. Ultimately, we are here not only to bring awareness not only to the political hostages but also to Ashli Babbitt in the fight for Justice for Ashli.”

Former President Donald Trump delivered a message directly to Ashli Babbitt’s friends and family to commemorate her birthday:

It is my great honor to address those of you gathered today to cherish the memory of Ashli Babbitt, a truly incredible person. To Ashli’s family and friends, please know that her memory will live on in our hearts for all time. Ashli served our country in the United States Air Force for 14 years, where she was a security force reserve and eventually went on to receive the rank of senior Air. She defended our nation oversees, including in Iraq to fight in the war of terror.

On that horrible day of January 6 Ashli arrived at the United States Capitol,, she was shot and tragically killed. Today would have been her 37th birthday. Happy Birthday Ashli. Happy Birthday. We are looking at you and you are looking down on your family and us. My heart and the hearts of millions of Americans across the country are with everyone, everyone who knew and loved her.

I especially want  to express my sympathy to Ashli’s loving husband Aaron and her wonderful mother Micki. I spoke to both of them. They’re great people. Together we grieve her terrible loss.

There is no reason Ashli should have lost her life that day. We must all demand justice for Ashli and her family.

As we celebrate her life we renew our call for a fair and non partisan investigation into the death of Ashli Babbitt. I offer my unwavering support ot Ashli’s family and call on the Department of Justice to reopen its investigation into her death on January 6. Like all Americans you deserve a fair process, you deserve answers and you deserve justice.

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