Ashli was someone's daughter.
A daughter that I would have been proud of had she been mine. I’m sure thousands of images of Ashli go through her mom and dad’s heads just like the images I carry in my head of my son and daughter. Fortunately for me there are new memories being made every day. Not so for Ashli’s parents and family, murder has a way of putting an end to new memories being made.
I can find very little about Ashli on the internet because the internet is very hostile towards her. Some things we can merely deduce from the information available such as Ashley served 14 years in the United States Air Force thus we can assume that she loved this country and was dedicated to serving it (you and I).
Although the United States Air Force has allowed women to serve in the same capacity as men since 1976 women are still a small minority making Ashley a pioneer for women in the USAF. Ashli was deployed 8 times (more than most men and women in the USAF) where she was described as being in a "mentoring position to the younger and newer airmen”.
Ashli was a successful Entrepreneur, again making her a minority leader and especially an inspiring leader to young women.
I have no doubt that many of Ashli’s teachers, as well as many of her students, have wonderful stories to tell about Ashli but the press has not sought them out. Even worse they have suppressed those stories because the press hates this past defender of our country and proven women’s rights leader.
Why has Ashli been demonized?
If you have not figured it out yet it’s because she, like many, felt that the election of 2020 was stolen and that Joe Biden took the office of Presidency via voter fraud. Ashli’s sin was trespassing & breaking and entering (which was certainly true). Did those actions warrant assassination by a nameless coward hiding in the shadows? I think not.
I want you to think about who has been demonized here and who has been totally ignored. The coward/assassin who lurked in the shadows and shot an unarmed woman as she was a quarter of the way threw a narrow glass window has been portrayed as a hero (a hero whom they refuse to identify). A woman who honorably served her country (you and I) for 14 years, a successful woman Entrepreneur, someone aside from her political views would normally be held in high esteem by women's groups and most other Americans, has been portrayed as an evil villain.
The assassin who lurked in the shadows and murdered an unarmed woman is considered a hero by the press for his kill.
I don’t care what side of the political fence you are on, murder is murder. When a cop kills a known violent felon with an outstanding warrant and while resisting arrest there is looting and rioting in the streets for days or even weeks. The press seeks out anyone who will speak well of the dead even if he/she has a record of violence as long as your arm. However have you seen a single (positive) word spoken by the press on Ashli’s behalf? Have you seen rioters and looters out there because Ashli’s life mattered?
To me Ashli’s life DID matter! It mattered to me because I am a human being. Ashli’s life mattered to me because I hold Biblical values that relay that to God ALL human life matters. Hopefully Ashli’s life mattered to you as it did to thousands of Americans who value what is right and what is moral.
If you have not seen one of the videos of Ashli’s assassination here is one.
Note that heavily armed men were RIGHT THERE! This supposed “insurrection” was not about to go anywhere. If the real authorities felt there was a true danger they would have stopped the intruders. They did not need the help of an unnamed coward assassin.