Monday, April 16, 2018

"Don't Mess With Texas"

That's said by a lot of people, but it was never more true when a thug came into an Amarillo, Texas pizza store and attempted to take a hostage while trying to rob the store. Whereupon the store's assistant manager shot him to death. In any other state, that assistant manager would probably be fired for bringing his own gun to work, even though the danger of an armed robber--and maybe a murder--is a distinct possibility. But maybe not in Texas, where just about everybody has a gun and knows how to use it. Texas has managed to get rid of most of their liberal judges who allow criminals and their families to sue those who hurt or kill the thug when he tries to rob folks. Judges who also give huge "judgments" to those criminals or their families. Which changes the story for armed thugs. This again proves my contention that more armed law-abiding people CAN help reduce crime--by killing one criminal at a time. Also, it should be an item of law that a CRIMINAL or his family CANNOT sue for damages when a potential victim injures or kills a thug who is robbing them. (Breitbart)

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