Shaun King now says that Ashli Babbitt was a bad shooting and the police didn’t have the right to shoot her. I now like him more than before because at least he’s not a bloody hypocrite like the others. If Michael Brown was a bad shooting, then so is Babbitt.
I obviously disagree because I believe that if you choose to be violent and unruly around the police, you choose the consequences. Babbitt knew what she was doing, she made her choice, and it ended badly.
There is no logic under which Jacob Blake’s shooting is unjustified and Babbitt’s is. And vice versa. The fact that what she was doing was more moral (she wasn’t abusing kids, so it was by definition more moral) doesn’t make a difference to the outcome.