Thursday, June 21, 2012

Why I carry a handgun for protection, Vol. 58

Because, in another example of the kinds of cases that the likes of the Brady Campaign and the Violence Policy Center claim are as rare as hen's teeth, people such as the innocent Philadelphia bus rider in the video below really can be victims of random violent crime, and therefore should be able to defend themselves against such unprovoked attacks:

As noted on the video, cops have no idea who the assailant is despite her actions being caught on multiple cameras, and thus have to resort to asking for the public's help in apprehending the perpetrator.  Big-Brotherish video surveillance definitely does not equal safety.

By the way, wouldn't this woman also be guilty of a "hate crime" as currently defined by the Holder Justice Department?  After all, she assaulted a person who happened to be of another race, so case closed, right?  We will therefore patiently wait, once she is found and arrested, for the Feds to charge her with the same bogus felonies they are apparently trying to pin on Mr. Zimmerman should his Florida charges be resolved in his favor.

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