MARCH HEROS: The Armed Civilians that Saved Lives

Despite what Obama & Co. want you to believe, this is the effect of real civilians practicing their 2nd amendment right. Check it.

By Rob Morse

Here are three more examples of armed self-defense that happened within the last month.  These examples show people who not only stopped criminals and saved lives, but some of these armed victims may have stopped mass murder!  Armed civilians like you saved lives until the police could come and make an arrest.  You did it, yet the media never mentioned it or gave you credit.  Let me say, “Thank you!”

Yes, ordinary citizens like you stopped mass murder.  Mass murder is defined as four or more victims killed in the same event.  Many people were at risk in the stories this month.

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A store clerk at a Houston family dollar store saved his life and the lives of his fellow employees and customers Friday morning.  A masked man entered the store and walked up to the clerk.  The robber had his hand tucked into his jacket pocket, and said he had a gun.  The robber demanded the money in the cash register.  The store clerk drew his own firearm and shot the robber.

The store has been robbed several times.  The previous robbery was just before Thanksgiving.  In that incident, the clerk handed over the money from the register, and then the robber beat the clerk anyway.  Now the clerk has his Texas license to carry a handgun and was carrying concealed at work.  This time, none of the employees or customers in the store were hurt.

88-year-old Bertha Tate lives in Chicago, and has been a victim before.  Her husband was shot and killed 65 years ago during a home invasion robbery.  She has been a gun owner ever since.  Living on the south side of Chicago for all that time, she’s seen other friends and relatives killed by criminals.  Unfortunately, that happens every day in Chicago.


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