Ashri Baby Had her husband traveled beside her on a fateful cross-country trip, she wouldn’t have died in a parliamentary riot … at least that’s how he feels about her death. be.
Ashri’s husband, Aaron Babbitt, Tells TMZ … He didn’t take his wife, who died on January 6, 2021, to Washington, DC. He had returned to Cali to run a business, but if he had been with her, they would not have set foot in the Capitol.
Aaron says he would have had Ashri’s back in a riot, but if they were together they wouldn’t have attacked the building … and he was shocked to see her inside. received.
as you know, Ashri was shot In the midst of the turmoil, police in the Capitol put on the Trump flag as she jumped onto the windowpane and tried to rush.
The video showed her falling backwards on the marble floor and blood flowing from her body. She later died in a hospital due to an injury.
How Aaron explains it … they weren’t like a crowd at first, so if he were there, they wouldn’t have been in the mob’s thick spots.
Aaron also said he would have noticed something bad was about to happen, calling himself a vigilant person and explaining why he had a red flag that he would have picked up if he were there.
It’s interesting … Aaron says Ashri decided to fly to DC while celebrating Christmas in Cabo, and he actually said the Capitol from a friend she said she saw her on TV. I found out that I was inside, and it looked like she had an injury.
Aaron wants to keep Ashri’s name alive, so he was happy to see Ashri’s name prevalent on social media on the first anniversary of the riots. but, She passed He says he has been harassed by email and threatened with murder, but he has become insensitive.
Ashri’s husband wishes he was there, but he doesn’t seem to constantly beat himself about it … and he’s still waiting to see her.