The left is doing all they can to disarm the American people.
Well, a disarmed population cannot push back against tyranny, and that is knocking right at our door.
While plenty of gun-control activists are pushing to see this happen sooner than later, maybe they should take a gander at all the times an armed civilian prevented a mass shooting.
The concept that these gun-control morons cannot grasp is that it is not the gun that is the issue but is a person’s heart.
We do not have a gun issue, but try telling that to any of these gun-grabbers.
At any rate, another mass shooting was prevented by…drum roll…..
A good guy with a gun.
Here is more from The Truth About Guns:
Montenegro declared three days of national mourning Saturday, a day after ten people, including two children, were killed in a daylight attack by a 34-year-old gunman who police said had recently exhibited a “change in behavior.”
The attacker used a hunting rifle to first shoot to death two children, 8 and 11, and their mother, who lived as tenants in his house in the western city of Cetinje’s Medovina neighborhood. He then walked to the street and randomly shot 13 more people, seven fatally. The gunman was shot dead later after a gun battle with police.
Police investigating the rampage issued a statement Saturday saying it was still unclear what motivated the gunman — identified only by his initials, V.B. But they said people close to the attacker said he had recently started exhibiting a “change in behavior but nothing that indicated he could commit such a crime.” The attacker had an appointment to see a mental health care specialist but went on the rampage before it.
The police statement also said the law enforcement officers sent to the scene came under fire from the attacker and responded by firing at him at least 20 times and seriously injuring him.
“It is still being investigated if he died as the result of the serious injury (by police) or as the result of being shot at by a local citizen,” the statement said.
The prosecutor coordinating the investigation, Andrijana Nastic, told journalists Friday that a passerby killed the gunman and a police officer was among the wounded. She said nine of those killed died at the scene, and two died at a hospital.
Four of the wounded were transferred to the Clinical Center in Podgorica for surgery and were still in intensive care Saturday, according to its chief neurosurgeon, Dr. Ivan Terzic. Two others suffered less severe injuries and recovered at a hospital in Cetinje.
I wonder if they will ever learn?