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WATCH: Robbers Make Homeowner Open His Safe. The Safe Contains a Gun...
The liberal news has been bringing much fakery and much sadness. But we are giddy to bring you a story that gives you the feel goods. Friendly reminder: Robbery is bad. Don't do it. But if you're determined to get your crime on, practice "safe robery" and don't target someone with a love for boom-booms (see Nevada’s New Anti-Gun Bill Would Allow HOME INVADERS to Sue… and Rep Mo Brooks Asked about Gun Control. Gives Kick-Ass Response…). That's a joke. "Safe robbery" is like "safe sex." Lies.
Another reminder: gun-control is for people who hate themselves.
Brentwood police say a deadly double shooting Wednesday was self-defense during a home invasion. They say two suspects tried to rob a man at his Birch Street home.
Neighbors say the street is quiet. They sit on their porch at night and there's a school nearby. That's why hearing gun shots was so shocking. Then it was even more disturbing to learn those shots were fired by a resident who police say appeared to be defending his life.
Brentwood police say two suspects came onto the neighbor's property to rob him but the man was able to get his gun, firing two shots, killing both suspects.
Investigators say one suspect had a gun, too. "The victim did fire his weapon in self-defense. And there have been no formal charges filed at this point," Brentwood Police Dept. Lt. Walter O'Grodnick said.
The men made the homeowner open his safe. The safe contained a gun. The homeowner shot the homies. The homeowner gets to keep both his belongings and his life. The robbers not so much.
Because it's a man kicking with fire. Why not?
There will be some crying ninnies triggered by the pulling of triggers, alleging "this could've been prevented." That's correct. The two would-be robbers could have saved their own lives by not trying to rob someone else. The moment they drew a gun and attempted to deprive a man of his goods (and possibly his life) they forfeited the right to their own. I'm not going to walk that back. If you break into the home of someone else, threatening their life, they have the right to defend themselves. Even by blowing you away. In order to prevent being blown away, don't break into their house and threaten their lives. #Basics
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