Quote of the Day: It’s Not a Lie if Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense in America Believes It

“When somebody says a (good) guy with a gun can stop a (bad) guy with a gun, we remind them that’s there’s absolutely no evidence that supports that theory and that all of the evidence is actually contrary to that.” – Moms Demand Action Florida director Michelle Gajda, in Group fights gun proposals with two opposing sides in documentary [via wtsp.com]


  1. avatar Stu in AZ says:

    Cops are mostly good guys…

    1. avatar nativeson says:

      Yes, they are. So are the good civilians who have stopped bad guys in the many wel–documented cases around the country.

      This woman is either delusional, a pathological liar, or both. Liberals are delusional, and anti-gunners rely on lies. Question answered.

      1. avatar brian says:

        She’s a power-seeker. She knows that an armed populace stands between her birkenstock-clad hippie foot and the collective face of America, and she can’t abide it.

      2. avatar Tim says:

        I wonder if she also thinks that really unattractive, androgynous, overweight women “can’t be raped” because rapists wouldn’t attack unattractive, androgynous, overweight women.

        1. avatar The Gray Poseur says:

          She is simply a “Mom” with no qualifications or talents other than to take Bloomberg’s money as a “Mom” spokesperson.

        2. avatar Biff Baxter says:

          You forgot to add – “With bad hair-styling”.

        3. avatar LarryinTX says:

          She has hair styling?

      3. avatar David says:

        I am a true living human being, I can witness to the fact that good guys with guns can stop bad guys with guns. My family and I are still alive and not a scratch. I am one man with one gun, there were three bad guys with guns. In my yard, and not speaking English, I told them stop and identify, they no stop. I pulled gun, they leave.

    2. avatar ActionPhysicalMan says:

      And US soldiers.

      1. avatar Garrison Hall says:

        Yep. Battle of King’s Mountain.

    3. avatar Publius says:

      You must be from a parallel universe.

  2. avatar MamaLiberty says:

    You go right on believing that. Until you get mugged or raped, of course. I had to shoot a man to save my life. Otherwise, I’d be dead. But that doesn’t bother you, does it cupcake? In fact, you’d probably be glad. Stuff it, you parasite.

    1. avatar Tim says:

      They really don’t understand how offensive the garbage they spew is, do they?

      Just proves (yet again) one doesn’t have to be educated to have an opinion or be vocal about it.

      1. avatar Rick James says:

        “Scarecrow: I haven’t got a brain… only straw.
        Dorothy: How can you talk if you haven’t got a brain?
        Scarecrow: I don’t know… But some people without brains do an awful lot of talking… don’t they?
        Dorothy: Yes, I guess you’re right.”

        1. avatar Eric Lawrence says:

          Got a two year old daughter who loves to watch that movie so I have seen it about every day for the past 6 months. I absolutely love that line.

    2. avatar Bosko says:

      These suburban soccer moms are utterly clueless about the real world.

      1. avatar Paul B says:

        Yup, suburban soccer moms…the same sort of people who brought us prohibition.

      2. Stole the words out of my mouth. This helicopter-mom probably gets her “facts” from the cackling hens on “The View” and that Red Coat, John Oliver.

    3. avatar Eric in Sacramento says:

      A similar situation happened to my mom when I was 11 years old. It left a permanent mark in my character, and if she didn’t use the knife she carried for self defense, I wonder if he would have stopped after only dragging her off and raping her. She did not come out unharmed by any stretch, but she did turn the tables and end the attack. A strong, tough, 5’4″, 120-lb. woman made a big impression on my life, I’ve no doubt you’ve done the same for a few young people. A few other pieces that set my character: the police asking my mom, “what are you doing out walking around at this hour?” It was 6:15 p.m.; when offered a ride to the hospital, she replied, “no, I’ve got kids, just take me home.” The reason she was out walking was we were flat busted and needed to try and borrow money from an old WWII veteran friend of the family, and neither of our households could afford a phone, so it was a 3-4 mile walk from our place to Van Ness in Fresno. (These were the risks and costs she was willing to incur for us.)

      1. avatar anonymoose says:

        Wow. That’s really sad, but at least she lived.

  3. avatar Swilson says:

    “This expansion of Stand Your Ground would require prosecutors to prove their case twice. It would shift the evidentiary burden in the initial hearing to the prosecutors,” Gajda said.”

    I’m no lawyer and maybe the initial hearing is different…but hasn’t the evidentiary burden always been on prosecutors?

    1. avatar olivehead says:

      You are correct, sir. Hey, it’s only the foundation of our criminal justice system. I’m sure MDA would prefer the burden to always be on whoever did the shooting, whether the good guy or the bad guy.

    2. avatar Chadwick says:

      If the burden was on the suspect then it wouldn’t be “innocent until proven guilty”. The prosecutor should be burdened when it comes to proving a person suspected of a crime is guilty. Then again it is people like this lady that are pushing the whole thought crime BS that they call “hate crimes”. As if to imply that an act is worse to the victim or society because the convict had bad thoughts.

    3. avatar TX_Lawyer says:

      It’s also an absurdly low burden.

      1. avatar Geoff PR says:

        Let’s keep all those (obviously guilty) indicted ham sandwiches out of it, Ok? 😉

    4. avatar NJ-EMT says:

      In some jurisdictions, self-defense is an affirmative defense to charges of homicide. Meaning the person who is charged now bears the burden of proving it was self-defense.

      The State can cry me a river when laws “make it harder” to prosecute. Look at the case loads and funding of prosecutor’s offices vs. public defender’s offices and tell me that it’s hard to prosecute.

      1. avatar Big Bill says:

        “In some jurisdictions, self-defense is an affirmative defense to charges of homicide. Meaning the person who is charged now bears the burden of proving it was self-defense.”

        It is my understanding (IANAL) that if the defendant in such places claims self-defense, it remains the duty of the prosecutor to prove it wasn’t.
        All the defendant need do is make the claim. And then defend it to the standard of reasonable doubt.
        Of course, he will need to be fairly within the realm of self defense once he makes the claim, but it is up to the prosecution to prove it wasn’t self defense.

        1. avatar TX_Lawyer says:

          An affirmative defense is a defense that the defendant has the burden to prove.

          I don’t think self defense should be an affirmative defense because one of the elements of murder is that the killing was unlawful. If the killing was in self defense, then it was not unlawful. If the issue is raised, and the prosecution does not prove the killing was not self defense, then the prosecution did not prove all of the elements.

          A mostly accurate description from Wikipedia: “An affirmative defense to a civil lawsuit or criminal charge is a fact or set of facts other than those alleged by the plaintiff or prosecutor which, if proven by the defendant, defeats or mitigates the legal consequences of the defendant’s otherwise unlawful conduct. In civil lawsuits, affirmative defenses include the statute of limitations, the statute of frauds, waiver, and other affirmative defenses such as those listed in Rule 8 (c) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. In criminal prosecutions, examples of affirmative defenses are self defense, insanity, and the statute of limitations.”

        2. avatar Big Bill says:

          “An affirmative defense is a defense that the defendant has the burden to prove.”

          Ya got me. So I looked it up.
          Actually, as I understand it, especially in a criminal case, the defendant only need present enough facts or ‘proof’ to place a reasonable doubt in the jury’s mind.
          But, I was mistaken, yes. I was confused by my thinking of the fact that some places actually don’t even allow a self defense defense (from the department of redundancy department).

        3. avatar TX_Lawyer says:

          It gets pretty complicated. There are defenses and affirmative defenses. Sometimes defenses are called justifications. There are shifting burdens, e.g. one party only has to introduce evidence, then the other party must disprove those facts. There are different levels of burdens. Reasonable suspicion, probable cause, preponderance of evidence, clear and convincing, and reasonable doubt are just the most common.

        4. avatar Big Bill says:

          “It gets pretty complicated. There are defenses and affirmative defenses. Sometimes defenses are called justifications. There are shifting burdens, e.g. one party only has to introduce evidence, then the other party must disprove those facts. There are different levels of burdens. Reasonable suspicion, probable cause, preponderance of evidence, clear and convincing, and reasonable doubt are just the most common.”

          This is why lawyers make so much money.

  4. avatar olivehead says:

    “When somebody says a (good) guy with a gun can stop a (bad) guy with a gun, we remind them that’s there’s absolutely no evidence that supports that theory and that all of the evidence is actually contrary to that.”

    No evidence required; on it’s face this statement, as quoted, is simply true. A good guy with a gun CAN stop a bad guy with a gun. How often this actually happens is disputed, and probably can’t ever be known with any certainty. But given that, I’ll take the mere possibility of defending myself or others over no possibility.

    1. avatar Cliff H says:

      I’m pretty sure these people do not actually want to know the truth, since it is directly counter to their primary argument against guns and therefore against their primary (Bloomberg) source of funding, but is it really possible that not a single person in that organization has ever heard of YouTube?

      I just did a quick YouTube search for the term “Defensive gun use” and got 143,000 videos in response.

    2. avatar Big Bill says:

      I don’t think you quite understood what was quoted.
      She is saying there is no evidence to support the idea that a good guy with a gun can stop a bad guy with a gun.
      But think for a second: who do these people call when faced with a bad guy (with a gun or not)? Good guys with guns (cops).
      You are right that no actual evidence is needed TO PROVE HER WRONG, because her own actions would prove her wrong.
      So the statement, as quoted, is false.

    3. avatar CC Ryder says:

      Watch the TV station video. She says, When somebody says a “BAD” guy with a gun can stop a “GOOD” guy with a gun. Then you know where her head is at.

  5. avatar Shire-man says:

    So because the MSM is in a tizzy over being called out for “fake news” and “alternative facts” I’m sure the true professionals over at WTSP quickly set this misinformed person straight. Maybe pulled up one of their stations own defensive gun use stories as evidence? No?

    As an aside I love how documentaries don’t have to educational or factual anymore. Its neat how they’re just propaganda films now.

    1. avatar olivehead says:

      Right after Trump was elected, “fake news” was going to be the next big thing in the MSM, and they were pushing it hard– right up until Trump called them out as spreading “fake news” at his first press conference as president, and then the term all but disappeared from the MSM.

      1. avatar tmm says:

        Trump touted fake news himself before when it benefitted him, and indeed in at least one instance called for further investigation.

      2. avatar Mark N. says:

        There was a alot of that going around yesterday because of Trump’s comment about Sweden having a problem with immigrants. The whole MSM and the Swedish ambassador were saying it was “fake news” because there was no terrorist attack in Sweden last Friday night–which is true enough, but Trump never said that there had been a terrorist attack. Rather, he was saying that these countries were having issues with refugees and a massive increase in criminal activity, and in particular rape. (In fact there are stories of Swedish police chiefs telling women that they should not go out at night alone. Ever.) What he said was true–but what the MSM twisted it into is absolutely false an a misrepresentation of what was actually said. Fake news strikes again.

        1. avatar TX_Lawyer says:

          Fake news is nothing new. The press has always done this. It’s either ignorance, stupidity, incompetence, or malice. Usually it is a combination.

          I stopped trusting the news when I was in elementary school. The news reported that the city manager had been fired. He was my best friend’s dad. He (the dad) is still my friend to this day. I know for a fact that he had not been fired. He quit. He was called in to help at least a couple of times every week. I doubt he would have gone in to help after being fired.

        2. avatar KBonLI says:

          There is a video where a 60 Minute crew is out to defend the recent surge of Immigrants. As they were conducting their interviews they were attacked by them and had to run for their lives. All on camera.

  6. avatar Gordon in MO says:

    I’m sure a lot of the Moms Demand Action useful fools actually believe the BS. However, the leaders know the real agenda is to disarm citizens so they don’t have the tools to resist the “final solution” when the left takes over. Then it is too late for everyone.

    Be Prepared !

    1. avatar Stu in AZ says:

      The more I think about her quote, the more it seems like she just doesn’t want for good guys to have guns. Period.
      You sure she’s just one of the useful fools?

      Also, wtf does she have against good guys?

    2. avatar Cliff H says:

      Despite their nascent fascist tendencies, these people are not Storm Troopers nor do they have an army of SS-quality fanatics to back them up. If they really thought that they could disarms the populace and round them up for the final solution they forget that the world is wise to that sort of excess these days. They should also review the historical record of the Warsaw Uprising. Even crammed into a hell-hole ghetto in Warsaw the trapped Jews managed to collect enough weaponry to give the Nazis a very bloody nose and were eventually defeated by the expedient of completely obliterating the ghetto with artillery fire and air bombardment.

      Disarmed populace? Highly unlikely that is who these Progressive fascist fanatics will ever face no matter how many unconstitutional laws they pass.

      1. avatar Swilson says:

        Best summed up: what are they going to do about it?

      2. avatar Big Bill says:

        Don’t sell these idiots short.
        All it takes to totally disarm (well, as far as legal ownership is concerned) the populace is to require registration of ALL guns, then make it illegal to transfer any guns. The penalty for not registering any gun will be severe; twenty to life, depending on the type of gun. California and a few other states have already started this process by requiring “assault weapons” to be registered.
        When gun owners die, their guns (they are registered, remember) go to the state.
        Within a couple of generations the people are disarmed. Except for the criminals.

  7. avatar Me says:

    Hey, next time MDA does a March or protest, or whatever they call it, can we do an open carry March right next to them? I bet zero people get shot!

    1. avatar Red in CO says:

      You are probably mistaken, but only because some of these mommies would call the cops and claim an active shooter. The wrong cop (as in one of the more overzealous ones) shows up first at the scene and immediately opens fire. Then what? These pathetic excuses for life are ultimately cowards, but boy do they love them some violence. Just as long as they can get the cops to carry it out for them

  8. avatar Gov. William J Le Petomane says:

    Well then, let’s disarm the cops, since ‘all of the evidence is actually contrary to that’.

  9. It takes a couple seconds on youtube to get evidence to support that statement. This woman is an ignorant fool.

    1. avatar brian says:

      Neither ignorant nor a fool. A tyrant-in-waiting.

    2. avatar Big Bill says:

      No, it takes a few seconds on YouTube to get evidence to DISPROVE that statement.

  10. avatar rt66paul says:

    How about when a bad guy with a gun kills another bad guy with a gun(for the right reason)? He should not be charged either.

    1. avatar tdiinva (now in wisconsin) says:

      It depends if tbe bad guy with gun is just walking down the street minding his own business and he defends himself with a gun then yes, he has exercised his moral right of self defense. However, if bad guy #1 shoots bad guy #2 who is trying to rip him off and leave him for dead during a drug deal than he is guilty of murder 1. Any death that occurs in commision of a felony is murder one. That means if two bad guys walk into the local stop and rob and try to stick up the place the surving bad guy gets charged with murder 1 when the good guy takes out his partner.

      1. avatar LarryinTX says:

        Real great, but gets more and more complicated, difficult to understand. How about, who cares? Step one is “shoot the mofo”, attempting to separate all those different variables promises to be impossible. Just let it go.

  11. avatar Gerald Wallace says:

    What world is she living in,she just pays attention to thugs with guns in violent crimes but ignores law abiding ccw holders. Protecting themselfs family,and other citizens who need help.Learn this liberal lady the criminals dont give a shit about the law,thats why they are called criminals.

  12. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

    The stupid is alive and well with this one.

    1. avatar mk10108 says:

      Not if she could remove all guns from earth, stopped the world mining metal, removed the trees so spears went away and crushed all the rocks into powder….then peace will settle across the land

      1. avatar Bosko says:

        Sacks of Rock Dust would be used to smother the weak, by the millions.

        1. avatar Cliff H says:

          Ban assault sacks!

          Somebody had to say it.

      2. avatar Big Bill says:

        Check the FBI statistics about how many people are killed by fists and feet.

      3. avatar mk10108 says:

        Cast your eyes far to the land of England and report what a gun free, no lawful self defense allowed country handles crime against its subjects.

      4. avatar Rusty Chains says:

        You would also have to ban swimming pools, rivers, lakes, and streams; don’t forget to ban the jawbone of an ass!

  13. avatar Ironhead says:

    I had had to pull a gun on someone after he broke into my apartment and went after the girl I was living with…. in florida.
    As it turned out he had a rap sheet for multiple sexual assualts and robbery…. I was the good guy who stopped a bad guy with a gun.
    So yeah….. when you :
    A) are willfully ignorant of the facts, or
    B) just lie because the facts don’t suit your narrative,
    You are part of the problem.
    Take your million mom March for a long walk on a short pier.
    Or demand some action from your husband and leave the rest of us the hell alone.

  14. avatar Aven says:

    Some things can’t be measured so you need to look at the big picture. The gun crime rate is much higher in cities where it is difficult or almost impossible to legally carry a gun. The gun crime rate is lower where legally carrying a gun is easier. What can’t be measured is how many attacks don’t happen because of the possibility that the good guy may be carrying a gun.

    1. avatar Rick James says:

      She absolutely knows how to measure it. There are NO reports from criminals saying they didn’t rob or rape someone today because they might have a gun, so therefore the statistics are truly non-existent. Point proven as far as she’s concerned.

      1. avatar TX_Lawyer says:

        There actually are multiple reports from criminals to police that they traveled across state lines because they new that people were not allowed to carry in the neighboring state. (From Pennsylvania to New Jersey).

  15. avatar mk10108 says:

    Within that construct proves stupidity of a woman knows no bounds in surrendering to helplessness while enlisting hope as the measure of ones liberty.

  16. “When somebody says a (good) Socialist with a kind heart can stop a (bad) government with a police force, we remind them that’s there’s absolutely no evidence that supports that theory and that all of the evidence is actually contrary to that.”

  17. avatar Silentbrick says:

    She is obviously deranged. Perhaps a few decades of three times daily ECT will help restore her to reality.

  18. avatar Ralph says:

    According to Ms. Gajda, without guns the moon would be in the Seventh House and Jupiter aligned with Mars.

    1. avatar Esoteric Inanity says:

      And love will steal the stars, this is the dawning of the age of Aquarius.

      Or something like that.

      1. avatar Mark Kelly's Diapered Drooling Ventriloquist's Dummy says:


        Don’t you mean “TyQuarius” and didn’t we exit THAT “age” on Jan 20th?

  19. avatar Mikele Deziell says:

    Fact: Guns prevent an estimated 2.5 million crimes a year or 6,849 every day. Most often, the gun is never fired and no blood (including the criminal’s) is shed.

    Fact: Property crime rates are dropping (especially burglaries). The chart shows the legal handgun supply in America (mainly in civilian hands) to the property crime rate.

    Fact: Every year 400,000 life-threatening violent crimes are prevented using firearms.

    Fact: 60% of convicted felons admitted that they avoided committing crimes when they knew the victim was armed. 40% of convicted felons admitted that they avoided committing crimes when they thought the victim might be armed.

    Fact: Felons report that they avoid entering houses where people are at home because they fear being shot.
    (Gun facts .Info)

    1. avatar Bosko says:

      This Cupcake should have a “GUN FREE HOME” sign on her front door to avoid being a hypocrite.

      1. avatar Chito says:

        I’m keen on this.

    2. avatar Mark N. says:

      In my town, burglaries are on the upswing, and are the number one crime, largely due to the homeless population and people with addictions to methamphetamine and heroin.

  20. avatar Esoteric Inanity says:

    “Good” & “bad” are subjective terminologies. To these people the mere act of a “good” guy possessing a gun, ultimately makes them into a “bad” guy.

  21. avatar C.S. says:

    Let’s change it a little to make it easier for her to understand:

    A bad guy with a gun is stopped by…:
    a) … gun control
    b) … running out of ammo
    c) … cooperation of the victim
    d) … a good guy with a gun

  22. avatar Bob Watson says:

    The Hysterical Mother must be sooooo proud of her crafty, cat loving minion. You see, little Michelle named her pussycat “Good guy with a gun” and her kitty has never stopped a bad guy with a gun. So, technically she is not looking right into the camera and lying through her teeth.

  23. avatar Bcb says:

    Maybe show her this: http://americangunfacts.com

    We can’t prove that dgu decreases crime rate but there is strong correlation. It does however provide evidence that destroys the argument that guns lead to more crime. It simply doesn’t add up anywhere.

    1. avatar pg2 says:

      No facts, evidence, or strong correlation will convince people being paid to push an agenda.

      1. avatar Bcb says:

        I concur. But it may help people become educated against said ignorant pushed agenda.

        1. avatar pg2 says:

          Good point.

  24. avatar DaveL says:

    Somebody wake up Sun Tzu, Genghis Khan, Scipio Africanus, Duke Wellington, Admiral Nelson, Shaka Zulu, and General Patton: apparently we’ve been doing this whole “armed conflict” thing all wrong.

  25. avatar Danny Griffin says:

    I’ve got a long list of good gun guy stories, even so called mass murder that they like to talk about so much.i

  26. avatar Icabod says:

    My daughter stopped a burger with a gun. She also had a trained dog take the guy down. Gaia will no doubt claim it was the dog, not the gun.

    1. avatar mk10108 says:

      A criminal burger is one that taste….really….good.

  27. avatar Ironhead says:

    I quote Ron White. You can’t fix stupid. And she most definitely is.

  28. avatar H says:

    It’s also cultural bundling. Example: you drive a Prius so you’re leftist, green, wear birkenstocks, anti gun, pro choice etc.
    Life isn’t that simple. But hey I’m scared of Zika virus so let’s kill all the mosquitos!
    Wrong answer.

    She doesn’t like guns. Yet in her liberal mind is ignoring that she’s afraid of inner city gangbangers coming after her. She thinks that thinking peace brings peace. It does actually, but the stick is necessary until we get there.

    She also has racist tendencies. She never started an organization decades ago to prevent inner city gun violence. It’s when, sorry folks, white kids get shot by mentally imbalanced white kids that our rights have to go in the trash.

    She thinks that gun owners are this one type of person who she is afraid of. Rural white male. Or, that anyone who doesn’t fit that stereotype but owns guns endangers her so they are “bad.”

    This unfortunately requires some inner soul searching. I know a doctor who has never had a drink that
    thinks that all cars should have breathalyzers. See? There’s enough crazy to go around.

  29. avatar Newshawk says:

    I guess she doesn’t know to stay away from absolute statements. They are a sign of inflexible thinking–but then, we are talking about some of the most zealous ideologues around.

  30. avatar pg2 says:

    MDA=bought and paid for astroturfing.

  31. avatar YAR0892 says:

    So what do Police, military, bodyguards, private security, and everyday citizens use, man? Harsh language???

  32. avatar Wiregrass says:

    Shannon Watts says these things because the only people listening to her at this point are her echo chamber who already believe the same as her, and TTAG.

  33. avatar S.CROCK says:

    There are lies, there are damn lies, then there are statistics… then there is moms demand action.

  34. avatar Jeremy says:


    From a historical re-enactment 🙂

    [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3I_Ds2ytz4o&w=854&h=480%5D

    1. avatar Newshawk says:

      You, sir, win the internet today!

  35. avatar Right to Arm Bears says:

    I understand her campaign to disarm the “good guy.” Why no push to disarm the “bad guy?”

    1. avatar Ironhead says:

      Why does PETA go after women in fur coats and not bikers in leather?

  36. avatar MLee says:

    These hens sell gun control. That’s what they do. Well goody for them. Let’s hope no meth-crazed freak starts kicking one of their doors down, finally gains entry and forces himself on one of them. (rape) It would be pretty clear to even the thickest skull among them that a gun would have ended his drug induced arousal.

  37. avatar Jonathan says:

    Wheres your evidence by unbias and peer researched sources? While ccw has exploded and citizens buy black rifles, all crime rates have fallen. Yes, there are gun deaths in the US. They arent a leading cause of death according to the CDC. Just cause you find it scary, doesnt mean you get to outlaw it. Youre more likely to be killed in a car accident going to starbucks than killed by a gun.

  38. avatar HEGEMON says:

    Budding fascist and gun owner hater…

  39. avatar samuraichatter says:

    Ah-hem. I submit this as evidence to the contrary:

    And this:

  40. avatar Andrew Lias says:

    The exact same thing could be said about gun control handily (if anything the exact OPPOSITE if you look at studies by the CDC and DOJ from Obama’s WH of all things) as studies have shown the AWB to be a failure and DGUs to be real.

    1. avatar Big Bill says:

      “Arizona State Trooper Edward Andersson might disagree with her:”

      Tens of thousands of people, if not millions, disagree with her, including me.
      She really doesn’t care, because she’s a hoplophobe; facts mean far less than feelings to her.

  41. avatar Roymond says:

    Well, this god guy with a gun has stopped a couple of bad guys, though they didn’t have guns. A friend once stopped a bad guy with a gun merely by making his own visible. And an acquaintance stopped a bad guy with a gun just by aiming and pulling the hammer back.

    I figure she must have had an itch on the back of her scalp, and took it for a thought, and that’s where this notion came from.

  42. avatar Robert T Foy says:

    Listen, you as a man would not be allowed to leave your house with your penis if that “Butch” had her say about it. That dike hair cut gives that away. It is just another case of left wing minded media looking for the story they want to clip and paste together! The media never air’s a story of a when (CPL) holder stops a crime; and they never will. “WE ALL KNOWS THE MEDIA AND THE LEFT LIES”. Otherwise they would air the same stories that “Cam & company” air every day on NRA TV. Cam calls his set “The deal of the day” where some hoodlum gets a free ride from the liberal courts; “Florida” and the second half is “The Hero of the day” where Cam tell of a good guy with a gun stopping a hoodlum!

  43. avatar Hugo says:

    Liberals never let the facts get in the way of their asinine arguments.

  44. avatar Nigel the expat says:

    The “Armed Citizen” section of American Rifleman monthly would seem to disagree.

  45. avatar Big Lou says:

    By her thinking,the police “the good guys”don’t need guns either? Let’s see who see call when she needs help. It bet not be a cop with a gun.

  46. avatar Jared says:

    Pretty sure a cop in Florida would disagree with her.

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