On Veteran’s Day, we pay respects to the Americans who fought in uniform to preserve our nation’s freedom, one element of which is the freedom to protect ourselves and other good people. On this particular day, the echoes of the gunfire from a disaffected loser kicked out by our military still ring sadly in America’s ears. Let’s look more into the aftermath of the heinous church shooting in Texas last weekend.
We all know that the murders ended as soon as one armed citizen was able to return fire. Yet the prohibitionists blindly deny that, as seen here. The anti-gun writer says among other things, “The attorney general is delusional if he thinks an armed church member or even a security guard could have frightened Kelley into submission.” Actually, “shooting him into submission” is a little more what we had in mind.
Good insight into the misinterpretations and deceptions of the prohibitionists can be found here.
Stephen Willeford, the armed citizen who brought the mass murder to a halt with his own AR15, has given a thorough interview to NRA TV. Budget yourself 51 minutes to watch it. https://www.nratv.com/home/video/stinchfield-stephen-willeford-nra-member-and-texas-hero-exclusive-hour-long-interview. This articulate man shows himself to be the quintessential American neighbor – a family man, and a fountain of self-reliant common sense.
Mr. Willeford’s very first interview was on Louder With Crowder:
Video can also be found here.
Oddly enough, I had been on the same show a few weeks prior, in the aftermath of the Las Vegas mass murder, discussing related topics, at 25:00 minutes in.
A tip of the hat to Stephen Willeford, and to the brave unarmed citizen who joined him, Johnnie Langedorff. Their actions exemplify the self-reliant freedoms for which our American veterans have so long fought.