The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
Yeah. How's that Hopey McChangey thing working out for ya, out there in Maryland?B WoodmanIII-PER
“This mall is committed to providing an enjoyable shooting experience for our (murderous) guests,” As surely as Water will wet us, as surely as Fire will burn,The Gods of the Copybook Headings with terror and slaughter return!III
As more specifics dribble out, understandable why media has dropped another example of a shooting they hoped would lend credence to its gun control dogma. This is a jilted lover scenario where an ex boyfriend targeted his successor. He specifically chose a gun free zone knowing his target would be disarmed. Thus, media must hush up about it, for continued coverage lends credence to the argument that defeats their agenda. Had the target not been officially disarmed, the shooter would have had to face the possibility that his target himself would be armed but more importantly that many others would most likely be. I support a mall owners RIGHT to make their property gun free BUT that decision cannot be without consequence. If those owners make that decision them they MUST be held liable when someone is harmed. IOW, when you disarm someone you it's assume responsibility for their safety and pay dearly for failure to do so. What that RESPONSIBILITY would serve is decision making that leads to honoring of rights AND responsibility. See, mall owners will not want to assume responsibility for every individual - they will want each person to retain their own responsibility. Thus they will end the foolishness that is the private sector version of the gun free zone.
The mall's owner owns malls throughout America and in every one firearms are prohibited. The same thing could have happened anywhere.
This story will die quickly now that the MSM has learned the shooter was a black guy.
My take is that you can be among those shoppers were caught up in a “double whammy,” between state laws and mall rules, and were totally at the “mercy” of any who ignore them... or you could just ignore them. I carry in malls all the time often to the contrary of property owner mandates. If I ever find myself defending my freedom in a court of law after a mall shooting like this, it will mean that I am still alive after said shooting, and that is what's important to me. I couldn't give a damn what the property owner or the anti-gun agenda wants.
I routinely disobey signs at businesses that forbid guns. But then, I carry concealed and those businesses never use metal detectors or manual searches. So, to Hell with their stupid signs! The only way I will disarm myself is if I know I will be searched or go through a metal detector. I hope I never have to use deadly force, but I will to defend innocent life. In my state, the only thing a business open to the public has the legal right to prohibit is the open carry of a firearm.
Shawn McEwen said... I carry in malls all the time often to the contrary of property owner mandates. Here in Iowa, if you are outed, they can only ask you to leave. If you refuse, they can call the coppers who then ask you to leave. If you refuse to leave when the coppers ask, you can be charged with misdemeanor trespass. I go armed, concealed means just that.
Don't shop there.
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