Las Vegas – Reawaken America – ‘Discussions of Truth’ Meets Micki Witthoeft – Ashli’s Mom and January 6th detainee’s spouse, Nicole Reffitt.
Mother of Ashli Babbitt Speaks Out on Capitol Incident and January 6 Defendants
In an exclusive interview with Ian Trottier for Discussions of Truth, Mickey Witthoeft, the mother of Ashli Babbitt, opened up about her feelings and thoughts regarding the tragic incident that took her daughter’s life during the events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. A Capitol Police officer fatally shot Babbitt as she attempted to breach a window during the unrest. Witthoeft’s poignant words underscore the pain of losing a loved one in such a public and controversial manner.
Witthoeft expressed her disbelief and sorrow over losing her daughter, highlighting that Ashli Babbitt had served her country and completed four tours of duty in the Middle East. The shock of seeing her daughter return from service only to be met with such a tragic end during a political rally was described as “unacceptable” by Witthoeft. The grieving mother recounted the peaceful days that had led up to the events of January 6 and voiced her concerns about the excessive use of force by law enforcement that day.
Justice and Accountability for January 6 Defendants
Mickey Witthoeft was joined by Nicole Reffitt, whose husband, Guy Reffitt, became one of the first January 6 defendants to go to trial. The interview shed light on the challenges these individuals and their families face as they navigate the legal system and seek justice. Reffitt revealed that her husband was sentenced to 7.5 years in prison for his involvement on January 6. The interview emphasized the importance of supporting these defendants and their families through commissary donations and raising awareness about their cases.
Witthoeft and Reffitt echoed concerns about the alleged lack of due process for the January 6 defendants. They argued that many defendants face harsh charges for participating in the Capitol incident, even when their actions may not have been directly violent or confrontational. The conversation explored the perceived bias within the judicial system and questioned the motives behind the continued prosecution of these cases.
A Call to Action for Unity and Change
The interview concluded with Witthoeft and Reffitt calling on American citizens to take action and make their voices heard. Witthoeft urged citizens to contact their local representatives and demand accountability for the treatment of January 6 defendants and their families. She emphasized the power of unity and encouraged people to come together to support those affected by the aftermath of January 6.
In the emotional and candid conversation, Mickey Witthoeft and Nicole Reffitt conveyed their commitment to seeking justice for their loved ones and all individuals caught in the legal aftermath of the Capitol incident. Their voices served as a reminder that the repercussions of January 6 continue to reverberate through the lives of those there, spurring them to advocate for change and accountability.
The interview provided a personal and poignant perspective on the complexities surrounding the events of January 6, shedding light on the experiences and emotions of those directly impacted by the tragedy.