Why Journalists and Politicians are Frightened by Armed Defense

Good point.

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Armed citizens stopped a mass murderer at the West Freeway Church of Christ. When we plain folk in fly-over country heard that the attacker was stopped quickly, most of us thought, “Praise God.” In contrast, Joe Biden said it was irrational to allow anyone to be armed at any religious institution. Some journalists said they were terrified that ordinary citizens could be armed at church.

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Why is the emotional response from politicians and journalists so different from ours? We know something that they don’t know. Those of us who live in fly-over country know Armed America, and the elites don’t.

We know real gun owners-  We know real people people who own guns, rather than the two-dimensional cardboard-cutout characters portrayed by Hollywood and the media. With over a hundred million gun owners in the US, they are easy to find. Legally licensed gun owners are…

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2 Responses to Why Journalists and Politicians are Frightened by Armed Defense

  1. melpeexxx says:

    Church shooters are very aggressive and act quickly. The gun owner cannot prevent dozens being shot before he can reply.

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    • mobiuswolf says:

      You are racking up a score of ignorant comments. Did you watch the video of the church shooting? All seven responders were on to him the minute he came in. The one casualty was a failure to clear his draw.
      Due diligence, henceforth…

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