A woman who was shot on Capitol Hill during a violent outbreak, identified as an Air Force veteran, has died.
It’s unclear where in the Capitol building she was shot or why. The aftermath of the shooting was caught on video and circulated on social media.
Babbit, a San Diego resident, served four tours with the Air Force, and her husband said she was a “strong supporter of President Trump,” according to KUSI News.
The Capitol Hill complex went on lockdown Wednesday after planned “Stop the Steal” protests devolved into a violent breach of the congressional building — smashing windows, breaking into offices, looting rooms, and forcing an evacuation of Vice President Mike Pence and lawmakers as staff and reporters were told to shelter in place.
At least four protests were scheduled in Washington, D.C., for Wednesday, the day