The officer out in Dallas Texas who shot a man inside of is own apartment made a tragic mistake. I don't think she set out to kill this man. In other words, I don't think she murdered him. However she should face the consequences of her actions.
Oh, one more thing. Stop making this into a race and cop issue. I believe if this was a black woman and she wasn't a cop, she would have reacted the same way. This woman made a mistake that part is clear, so she should have her day in court to answer for her actions.
Sep 10, 2018 • 6 tweets • 15 min read
Who are a few Twitter accounts you have the most respect and admiration for?
Motivated by a different set of circumstances. I don't need any one to be my voice because my actions speak louder than words. Fighting for everything you believe in may cause you to lose fake friends and well wishers. Freedom is a game not meant for the weak, only the strongest
I survived 3 gun shots from a criminal, crippling poverty, a poor education system, a broken family structure and poor health. I over came it all with perseverance, hard work, determination and True Grit. I am the American success story that hasn't been written.
I live in Florida. A joke about this state a lot, but it's all in good fun. Freedom comes with a price, unfortunately evil takes advantage of freedom and use it to pray on the innocent. Our gun laws aren't the problem, this is a societal problem. Problem that's being ignored.
Unfortunately you can't predict who will use a firearm for evil. No laws can stop that. Even if you pass all the gun control you want, evil will find a way to take a life. I encourage people to prepare for these types of acts. Buy a gun in train with it.
Aug 24, 2018 • 13 tweets • 3 min read
Firearms has never been the problem. The problem has always been the decline of human decency. Broken families, drug use, gang activity, racism among other things have been contributing factors. We've had gun control officially since the 1930s, yet we still have "gun violence"
Gun control advocates love to compare other countries gun control laws to our laws. They love to talk about how the UK and Australia gun laws are working. However they ignore the gun laws we've had since the 1930s. Gun control does not work in this country.
Accurate for me. When you collect firearms, the struggle can be real. Guns come in different calibers, actions, finishes, Etc. I have a list of guns that I want. When I acquire one, I across it off my list and I'm thinking about acquiring the next one.Non gun people don't get it
When a gun that is on my list becomes available. I usually jump on it, if it's on sale or I can get a deal on the price. Collecting Firearms is very therapeutic for me. Watching my collection grow to epic proportions. Makes me proud and is what this country is about.
Aug 12, 2018 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
When it comes down to it. Labeling anyone on the right "Nazis" for wantin illegal immigrants to respect the rule of law, is childish. "Nazis" is another word people misused when trying to discussed political policy. It's inflammatory & you lose every time you utter such nonsense
Illegal immigrants are a problem in this country. I can sympathize with them and why they came here. But we are a system of laws that should be respected. There are certain gun laws I don't like, but I respect the law as written.
This is the type of shit I'm talking about. You have SJW's like Shannon Watts defending someone who physically assaulting security officers. Shannon decided to make this about race, ignoring the fact that someone could have been seriously hurt.
It's people like her that really upset me. They make excuses for people of color, who are committing crime. What good does that do? You're essentially saying that people of color committing crimes are the norm. That they shouldn't be met with force,even if they show it themselves
Aug 1, 2018 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
Putting out a bullshit statistic like "guns in the home make you more likely to be shot and killed" is not going to help you win the "we need more gun control" argument.
There are 100 million gun owners in this country, compare that to 33 thousand gun deaths, the numbers don't
add up. You can't win yourself #guncontrol by tricking people with made up stats when they can do basic math. A firearm and firearm training is more helpful to a person survival if ever face with a violent attacker. Simply just owning won't protect you, that's just the truth.
Jun 7, 2018 • 12 tweets • 5 min read
If it’s one thing I hate about the current times we are living in, it’s the need for attention. It’s why we have mass shootings and why we’ve seen a spike in school shootings. 24 hour news coverage of these events practically makes the perpetrators demigods. The next shooter
are almost always inspired by the actions of the previous one. We live in a time where one person filmed themselves eating tide pods for attention and no one thought “let me get this person some help” No! They thought “How can I top it” in order to get like and views on Social M.