By now, most of you who had an interest have seen at least two videos of the Ashli Babbitt shooting.
One from almost directly behind. The other taken at the barricade to Ashli's left.
No, I will not repost them.
I am going to piss many of my readers off, but in my layman's opinion it was a justifiable shooting.
Suppose you had a group of people who blew through all of the checkpoints to get to the weapons room of a sub that has the capability of launching nuclear missiles.
Some of the people were wearing police uniforms but since they did not go through the checkpoints you have no verification that they were, in fact, police.
The mob is on the threshold of the weapons room. If you were assigned the task of defending that room, would you shoot the first person to darken the doorway?
She was wearing a backpack. I don't know if the shooter knew that, but suppose he did. There was a large bomb detonated in Nashville, Tn barely a week ago. She could have had 30 pounds of C4 in the backpack. How close do you let her get to the area you are tasked with defending?
The only reason the second point is brought up is because somebody should have stopped her (shot her if that was the only way) before she got that far.
Don't play stupid games. Don't win stupid prizes.
We rail at the left because they have a separate set of rule for their own. Darwin doesn't do that. As stated before, shoot every person whose actions identify them as a lethal threat and let God and History sort them out.