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Ashli Babbit was an American patriot and an Air Force Veteran. She loved the country she took an oath to protect and serve. Unfortunately, little did she know after retiring from the military, her life would be taken trying to uphold that oath on January 6, 2021. To this day, it is unclear who killed the Air Force veteran. However, what is clear is the identity of the person who shot her that fatal day in DC at the Capitol has been kept in a shroud of secrecy. Green Beret and security expert Robert Patrick Lewis joins “After Dark With Rob And Andrew” to share his thoughts on what happened on January 6. He gives his first-hand account of what he saw happening, which is much different from what is reported in the media. Lewis debunks much of what the media has been reporting about an “insurrection.” The special forces veteran also shares with “After Dark,” who he thinks killed Ashli Babbitt.
Robert Patrick Lewis is a Special Forces combat veteran in Iraq and Afghanistan. He left the Army with a Purple Heart for wounds received in Afghanistan, the Special Forces Tab, the Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal, NATO non-article 5, Iraq campaign ribbon with cluster, Afghanistan campaign ribbon, and many other awards for his service. He has been featured on national programs such as Fox News, The Dennis Miller Show, and The Adam Carolla Show. He is co-founder of 1st Amendment Praetorian; a non-profit organization made up of military, law enforcement, and intelligence community veterans. He is the author of “Love Me When I’m Gone: The true story of life, love, and loss for a Green Beret in post-9/11 War,” which details his time in the military.
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