Shooter Opens Fire in McDonald's, Gets Dropped by Gun-Toting Family Man
Here we go again. Another murderous jagweed trying to get his 1-8-7 on at the local McDonalds. Fortunately for all the peeps present, there was an armed customer on hand. To make sure "The Mickey-D's Massacre" would not be a date which went down in infamy.
An Alabama father stopped an attack on a McDonalds by shooting the attacker on Saturday night.
While the armed father was in the Birmingham fast-food restaurant with his two sons, a masked man entered and began shooting. The father then returned fire on the attacker, ultimately striking and killing him. The father and one of his sons were injured in the attack. No other injuries were reported.
"It's really sad an otherwise positive day had an ending like this,'" Birmingham Police spokesman Sgt. Bryan Shelton told AL.com. "Earlier we had such a spirit of celebration in the city because of the events going on and now families are having to deal with the tragedy of loved ones who are hurt or killed."
There's a valuable lesson here. Get between a man and his McNuggets, you'll get dropped.
If recent history is any indicator, there isn't really any place left where we are safe. Seeing as the po-po can't always be there to lay low criminal turdlets, sometimes we have to take things into our own hands. Hence, the boomstickery. This is why the only person who got dropped in this sucktastic scenario was the shooter himself.
If lefties had it their way, this gent's non-assault cannon would have been at home, locked in a micro safe. In a macro safe. Unloaded. With a trigger lock and the firing pin removed. That's if they allowed him to own a piece at all. The point is his gat wouldn't be within reach to make sure his kiddos' happy meals weren't their last.
This is why the Second Amendment will always be important: