Monday, November 6, 2017
"Don't Mess With Texas!"
That's something the shooter in a Baptist church in Sutherland Springs, Texas learned, the hard way, when he walked into that church and started killing innocent people. An armed local shot him and ENDED his massacre, forcing him to run to keep from getting killed, himself. But it didn't do him much good, because he was found dead inside his vehicle some time later. It is not known (at the time of this writing) if he killed himself, was shot by pursuing deputies in a neighboring county, or died from the wounds suffered when the citizen shot him. But he's dead, which is a good thing. He got what is coming to him without all the folderol of a "show trial" such as the guy who killed three people in a Denver Wal-Mart is going to get, at great expense. His motive is not yet known at this writing, but this doesn't seem to be an Islamic terrorist operation. He is a known abuser who did jail time after being dishonorably discharged from the Air Force. One fool at MSNBC said, "The Second Amendment nullified the right to live of these people in Texas." But, in fact, the Second Amendment allowed the citizen who STOPPED the carnage to BE armed. (Grabien News)