How many times have you heard from mouthpieces for the Civilian Disarmament Industrial Complex that having a gun in the home endangers women? How many times have those same people claimed that women owning guns will only have them taken away and used against them?
Will any of those media stenographers for the gun control industry talk to the Florida woman who used a gun to defend herself against her raging ex who had just kicked in her front door?
Yeah, no. No they won’t. Because counter to their narrative, the un-named woman shot the man who was threatening her and her children, stopping the threat he posed.
According to the Escambia County Sheriff . . .
Once on scene, deputies found a 54-year old male deceased from an apparent gunshot wound to the head. The residents inside the home told investigators the man kicked in the front door, and once inside, he armed himself with a knife, yelling he was there to harm his children’s mother. He went room to room searching and threatening the occupants who had retreated to a bedroom in the rear of the house. He then confronted a woman in the rear bedroom, who, fearing for her life, shot the man twice.
The woman’s security system caught the man kicking in the front door:
None of this, of course, should have happened because a court order prohibited it.
At the time of the incident, the suspect, had an active Domestic Violence Injunction filed on him. He was also reportedly on his way to anger management treatment when the incident took place.
In the twisted minds of the Kris Browns and Shannon Watts of the world, anger management classes and a restraining order is all a woman needs to keep her safe from an abusive ex. Should anything happen after that, just dial 911. They’ll be there as soon as they can.
Fortunately, like tens of millions of other Americans, the woman in this incident didn’t trust her safety to the response time of the local 5-0. Or court-issued piece of paper.
Knife-Wielding Florida Man, On His Way to Anger Management, Shot and Killed In Home Invasion [VIDEO] is written by Dan Zimmerman for www.thetruthaboutguns.com