WATCH Trump promises action on guns, praises NRA 0 Shares The latest mass shooting in America -- this time, at a synagogue in Pittsburgh -- has led to questions about whether or not more armed guards are needed in sensitive locations. Interested in Gun Control? President Trump weighed in, suggesting that if there had been armed guards at the synagogue, it could have helped reduce the carnage.
Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Like George Zimmerman, who killed Trayvon Martin in Florida last year, they see "bad guys" everywhere, have a high fear level and flatter themselves that they are keeping themselves and others safe.
Even with advance warning none of the carriers stopped the assailant even though some were well trained in firearms. Some carriers came close to injuring themselves and others had the ammo been live. It is obvious conceal and carry does not protect the carriers or stop bad guys, unless you consider Trayvon Martin a bad guy.
But there is a more deadly side to conceal carry. Sinceconceal carriers have been responsible for U. A staggering 1, people licensed for conceal carry in Florida have pleaded guilty or no contest to felonies, the Gainsville Sun reported upon reviewing records.
Two hundred and sixteen had outstanding warrants, had active domestic violence injunctions and six were registered sex offenders. Are these the "good guys"? In nearly 80 percent of deadly incidents, "the concealed carry killer has already been convictedcommitted suicideor was killed in the incident seven ," says the Violence Policy Institute.
Among the citizens killed by conceal carriers sincecompiled by the Institute, are Alabama, police officer Philip Davis, Tampa police veteran Corporal Mike Roberts, U.
Four of the slain officers were killed by white supremacists, an increasingly vocal component of the armed citizens movement. Representative Gabrielle Giffords and killed six people inwas a legal conceal carrier because Arizona does not require a permit of any type to carry a concealed handgun outside of the home.
Conceal carriers also include the mass shooters Omar Thornton, who killed eight at a beer distributorship in Connecticut inand Gerardo Regalado, who killed four women and wounded three in Florida in Mass shooter Paul Michael Merhige, who killed his twin sisters, a year-old aunt and a 6-year-old cousin at a Thanksgiving dinner in Florida, was also a legal conceal carrier.
Thank you, gun lobby. Commensurate with the bully personality, conceal carriers have a high fear level and are afraid to go the same places normal, unarmed people go every day. They want to carry in national parks, on trains, near schools and in gun free zones to protect against the omnipresent "bad guys.
Take action for sane gun laws.North Carolina Rep. Richard Hudson introduced a bill yesterday that would make a concealed carry permit issued in any state valid in every state. Republican Rep. Richard Hudson (N.C.) on Tuesday introduced a bill that would require states to recognize each other’s gun carry permits.
Concealed carry is one way that people can keep protection, in the form of a firearm on their person at all times. I have frequently written about the merits of concealed carry and even the best way to carry concealed in my opinion for those who so choose.
For the law-abiding citizen, carrying concealed is one way to provide defensive capabilities to yourself should you end up in a bad.
Guns on campus would lead to an escalation in violent crime. Guns on campus would lead to an increased number of suicides by college students.
Guns on . Oct 24, · Badges for concealed weapon permit holders Good or bad? southernprepper1. Loading Unsubscribe from southernprepper1? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe K. Borrowing from the title of the Italian film starring American actor, Clint Eastwood, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, a story about gunfights, hangings, and buried Confederate gold; the following catalog of states’ concealed carry laws is the story of assumptions, gun control, and American liberty buried in the fold.
Subsection (a) says that anyone who (1) is not prohibited from possessing a gun under federal law AND (2) has a valid identification document containing a photograph in their possession AND (3) has a valid state issued license to carry a concealed handgun (from any state) may carry a concealed handgun in any state.