Want to see the perfect example of why trying to carjack someone in the US of A is a very, very bad idea given the large number of gun owners on this side of the Atlantic? Here ya go:
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— MK🏂 (@Mayberrykush) June 23, 2021
Now, there’s a lot going on in the video. There’s the sagging pants of the criminal, the ridiculously extended magazine on the guy’s gun, the total vulgarity of the shouting, and the hilarious “It’s a stick. Can you even drive a stick?” comment.
My guess is that no, no the thug cannot drive a stick shift car.
Regardless, whatever the ability of mr. new inmate to drive a stick shift, the video shows why the 2nd Amendment is critical to the continued future of America and of citizens to stand up and live free, not only from government tyranny but from the predations of criminals and those evil-minded thugs who would do them harm.
Perhaps the law-abiding citizen with a gun in this video would have been able to fight off the carjacker without a gun if both men were unarmed.
But what if the criminal had a gun if he didn’t? What if it was a woman in the car and the same attempted carjacker? What if it was the same two men, but the law-abiding citizen wasn’t feeling great that day and so wouldn’t have been able to fight with fists to defend his property?
In America, little of that matters because you have the God-given and Clarence Thomas-protected right to keep and bear arms and use them to fight off criminals. As the (paraphrased) saying goes, God might have created men equal, but it’s Samuel Colt’s six-shooter that made them equal.
Thanks to semi-auto pistols, big bore revolvers, and hollow-point bullets, anyone with a steady hand can fight off an attacker and protect their property and person, as this video shows.
And so the pro-criminal Democrats are anti-gun, as Joe Biden showed with his statement on the recent Supreme Court ruling, saying:
I am deeply disappointed by the Supreme Court’s ruling in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen. Since 1911, the State of New York has required individuals who would like to carry a concealed weapon in public to show a need to do so for the purpose of self-defense and to acquire a license. More than a century later, the United States Supreme Court has chosen to strike down New York’s long-established authority to protect its citizens. This ruling contradicts both common sense and the Constitution, and should deeply trouble us all.
In the wake of the horrific attacks in Buffalo and Uvalde, as well as the daily acts of gun violence that do not make national headlines, we must do more as a society — not less — to protect our fellow Americans. I remain committed to doing everything in my power to reduce gun violence and make our communities safer. I have already taken more executive actions to reduce gun violence than any other President during their first year in office, and I will continue to do all that I can to protect Americans from gun violence.
I urge states to continue to enact and enforce commonsense laws to make their citizens and communities safer from gun violence. As the late Justice Scalia recognized, the Second Amendment is not absolute. For centuries, states have regulated who may purchase or possess weapons, the types of weapons they may use, and the places they may carry those weapons. And the courts have upheld these regulations.
I call on Americans across the country to make their voices heard on gun safety. Lives are on the line.
There are lives on the line, only it’s the lives of law-abiding citizens that are endangered by Democrat gun control laws, not by the Supreme Court’s fabulous ruling.