And the MSM won't report things like this:
A Wisconsin man who saved a woman from being beaten to death Tuesday morning credits his state’s concealed carry law for giving him the ability to act.
Charlie Blackmore Jr., a 32-year-old Marine Corps veteran, was driving home from work at 4:00am Tuesday when he saw a man violently kicking a large object on the ground. He parked his car to see what was going on and upon drawing closer to the scene, Blackmore realized that the “object” was a young woman.
When the man refused to stop beating his visibly injured victim, Blackmore pulled out his Springfield XDM 9mm.
“I said ‘stop’ and he starts coming towards me and that`s when I drew on him. He started getting closer and I said ‘get down on the ground,’” he told Fox Milwaukee. Blackmore kept his gun on the other man as he phoned West Allis police and reported the incident. The attacker made several attempts to move toward the Iraq veteran as they waited for authorities to arrive.
“I mean I’ve already made it up in mind that if he came at me I was going to have to take him down and I told him that. I warned him multiple times not to come towards me because he was a big guy and I wasn’t playing around and he didn’t seem like he was playing around,” Blackmore said.
Police quickly arrived on the scene and arrested the man. Officers checked Blackmore’s concealed carry permit, took his statement and thanked him, as did the badly beaten woman he rescued. The victim’s left eye was swollen shut and her nose appeared to be broken as a result of her injuries, allegedly inflicted by an ex-boyfriend.Or this:
A dog attack ended in Cincinnati yesterday after a passerby drew a concealed weapon, killed the dog mauling a woman, and then simply walked away:
The attack happened in the 2100 block of Selim Avenue in East Price Hill about noon on Friday.
Cincinnati police officers said the victim was attacked by the dog after it broke free from its chain in a backyard.
A mail carrier tried to get the dog off as it began biting the victim, officers said.
According to investigators, as the mail carrier was struggling to get the dog off the woman, another man, who was walking down the street at the time, pulled out a gun and shot and killed the dog.
Or this: (video at the link)The dog was killed and the shooter continued walking down the street, police said.The police say that the man did the right thing and does not face charges. Neighbors say they did not recognize the unknown concealed carrier, but called him a “hero.”
A 30-year-old mother is lucky today after the quick-thinking of a stranger helped save her from a mugging.
The mother of two who was dragged across a Texas shopping center parking lot this week, clinging to her purse while two suspects in a sedan tried to snatch it.
That’s when the stranger, who was armed, stopped the would-be thieves and forced them to lie on the ground while they waited for the police to arrive.The MSM sure is quick to blame the gun - and most "liberal" politicians and police chiefs can't wait to dance in the blood...
Gerry McCarthy, Chicago police superintendent, pounced on the shooting of a 14-year-old girl this week by another 14-year-old girl, telling the MSM that the gun was "stolen from a car where the concealed carry owner had left it", as if the CCW holder and the gun were solely responsible for the shooting.
The truth will out, though. From Second City Cop:
Before the 14-year-old girl allegedly fired the shot that killed Endia Martin, the .38 caliber revolver had touched many hands.Lies are perfectly OK in the tiny minds of these creeps, as long as they further their quest to render us all defenseless and enslaved by their socialist utopia.
A south suburban gun shop known for selling weapons later used in crimes in Chicago. A Hyde Park man whose mother did not want the gun in their home. A former Atlanta man now living on the South Side who would appear to be a middleman of sorts in the gun’s journey. The paralyzed uncle of the 14-year-old girl who, prosecutors charged, rode the bus to give the gun to his niece before the fatal confrontation. Someone at the 14-year-old’s side at the confrontation who was savvy enough to quickly fix a malfunctioning gun.