“It may be true that someone in the congregation had his own gun and killed the person who murdered two other people, but it’s the job of law enforcement to have guns and to decide when to shoot,” the former mayor said earlier this month, adding, “You just do not want the average citizen carrying a gun in a crowded place.”
Wow. That guy saved lives because of his incredibly heroic act, and Bloomberg can’t accept it. Amazing.
Trump wisely jumped on that ball after Bloomberg fumbled it:
I mean what kind of maniac actually thinks it’s better to have a shooter run loose in a church than to have armed citizens being able to defend themselves?
Now, if the tables had been turned you know that the media would have demanded the other candidates answer if they agree. We’ve seen it over and over again. But when it’s a Democrat they let it go. I, for one, would love to see each and every Democrat admit they’d rather have churchgoers be shot than allow citizens to defend themselves…
Here’s more about the hero that took down that church shooter in Texas.
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Well that’s it for Sunday. We hope if you’re Packers’ fans that you have a lot of booze to comfort yourselves with right now. It’s not lookin’ good in the fourth quarter.
Have an open thread. Here’s some comment fodder:
Rob Lowe is literally the only person who owns an NFL hat pic.twitter.com/NkZ0NtfAE9— Andrew Joseph (@AndyJ0seph) January 20, 2020
Meanwhile, here’s what liberals are debating tonight:
Has bestiality always been historically so taboo? Why? It doesn't result in pregnancy; did it result in diseases? Why did humans evolve to get so repulsed from touching genitals with other species?— Aella (@Aella_Girl) January 19, 2020
A QAnon follower meetup in Virginia.— Travis View (@travis_view) January 19, 2020
They're takin' down the cabal over some wine and appetizers. pic.twitter.com/ulJgG8OcYI
Aaron Rodgers giving his halftime speech to the team pic.twitter.com/fiQsIe6lnJ— Tyler Saladino Stan (@SaladinoWRLD) January 20, 2020
Y’all have a good week.