Fort Hood was still on lockdown and injured soldiers being treated for their wounds when some leftists decided to remind us what they really feel about our servicemen and women…
— The Sparrow Project (@sparrowmedia) April 3, 2014
… and their allied citizen control cultists began crying out for firearms prohibition, yet again.
— Shannon (@shannonrwatts) April 3, 2014
Shannon Watts and her ilk ignore the 500,000-3 million times each year that the mere presence of a firearm averts tragedy. They studiously avoid each and every defensive gun use that occurs in this nation, and the countless lives saved every day by the appearance of “a good guy with a gun.”
They avoid the fact that as concealed carry laws have been liberalized across this nation, violent crime has dropped. In just the first quarter of this year since Illinois began issuing concealed carry permits, murder in Chicago plummeted to levels not seen since 1958.
Yes, gun control cultists, let’s have that “gunversation” one more time.
Retired Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford, who was shot 7 times by Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan at Fort Hood in 2009, appeared to surprise Ronan Farrow towards the end of his interview with the MSNBC host Thursday afternoon by arguing that “more guns” on the military base could be the answer to preventing further shootings there. After a gunman killed 3 people and wounded several others Wednesday afternoon before taking his own life, Lunsford suggested that if the soldiers on the base had been armed, the incident may have had a different result.
“Some, especially those on the Hill, Congressman John Carter on air today, suggested that more guns on this base would have made the difference,” Farrow told his guest. “What do you think? More guns or less guns, what’s the answer?”
“I think more guns,” Lunsford answered. “There’s note a need to have fear of guns. Because if you have to remember that our tax dollars are used to train every military personnel. Be it if you’re a medic or if you are a computer guy, you’re a soldier first. And when that time comes, you have to use that weapon to defend what we hold dear: our standard of living, our way of life.”
Take it away, Kira Davis: