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YES! Gun-Toting Grandma Opens Fire on Home Intruders
We've had plenty of good guy with gun stories (Concealed Carry Gun-Owner Shoots Man Attacking Deputy and Good Samaritan SAVES Woman at Walmart). Here's a good GRANDMA with a gun story sure to warm the cockles of your heart. Unless you're a liberal, who suffers from perpetual raging heartburn. This granny is the rootinest, tootin' est grandma in the west....
Rebbie Roberson told KSLA she was about to watch the news Sunday night, when she came face to face with a home intruder.
"I reached over there and grabbed this gun, and when I swerved, I pointed it at him and he ran," Roberson said.
With her pistol in hand, Roberson ran after the suspect and started shooting. She missed the target, but left a few bullet holes in the walls of her home.
Roberson said she always keeps her gun nearby, but hopes this is the last time she'll have to use it.
If this grandma wants to adopt surrogate grandchildren, I volunteer as tribute. Methinks she'd be a fun lady to take to the gun range. Or out to dinner. Disneyland. The dentist. If you disagree, you're un-American.
Of course this fantastic broad is one of the thousands of reasons we love the Second Amendment. Or maybe that's millions of reasons. Ah, they're just numbers. Tish tosh. The macro point is because James Madison and the gang composed the Second Amendment and the rest of the Bill of Rights, this woman was able to freely protect her property and her life. Not with a hashtag or a stupid sign held up for a selfie, posted later to Twitter as if that solves [name your problem], but with a projectile-firing accessory this woman just loves to keep in her hand. Props to you, Rebbie. Nobody is better at being you than you.
Here's to you, granny! Here's to you!