Whoops! Man Breaks Into Home. Meets FAMILY Armed With Guns...
This really is the feel good story of the year. You know how we like sharing "good guy with a gun" stories where a good guy (or girl) with a gun protects themselves, their families, or others (see Thanks Second Amendment! CCW Holder Drops Gunman Robbing Family Dollar Store… and Gunman with AK-47 Robs ‘Gun-Free Zone’ Waffle House. Gets Dropped by CC Holder…)?
Here's one about a burglar who ran into a good FAMILY with guns...
The phrase “wrong house” has never been more appropriate. An entire family participated in the shooting of an intruder who broke into a house less than a mile from his own residence. A mother, father, and adult son were awoken to the sound of the intruder breaking through their back door. By the time he reached the kitchen, the whole family was armed and ready to engage the threat.
Yes, it calls for our favorite gif...
Thankfully the family knew a thing or two (as it turns out, three things) about firearms.
If this story doesn't put a smile on your face, I'm not sure what will. A basket of puppies perhaps. No, that doesn't mean we should celebrate someone's death. But I'm not sad about it either. You want to call me a heartless wench? M'kay.
To be extra fair, this family fired a warning shot at the guy who broke into their home. Snotmuffin still came in. So the family locked and loaded. If someone isn't deterred by a warning shot, best to assume they're not going to be deterred by a hashtag. Or a ribbon campaign. A smily face sticker.
Ergo they pumped him full of lead. Notice something else? The neighbors and the police are totes on the family's side. Because again I must point out, the snotmuffin was warned with a whizzing bullet. He still came in. Now he's dead. Methinks he didn't earn the "Most likely to succeed" honor in high school. Probably he got "Aim for the heart, he's already brain dead" award.
Yep, this is why we love our Second Amendment rights. We can protect ourselves, family and property from dangerous snotmuffins who may wish to do us harm.
If you're a dangerous snotmuffin in training, my advice is to stop it. Before someone with a gun stops you. Lest you be immortalized here, with some unfortunate nickname deriving its roots from a bodily fluid and a popular pastry.
For you bleeding-heart twits all hurt over the dead snotmuffin, we have a video for you. You'll like it, it's about "common sense."