Child Wounded When Gunman Opens Fire on Car, Storefront


22 February 2017, Arlington, Texas

An unnamed 20-year-old opened fire on a pickup outside of a set of storefronts in what police describe as a robbery gone wrong.

The youth, a killer licensed by the state of Texas to murder people where they stand, claims to have perceived a threat from the truck, which made a U-Turn in front of him.

The would-be murderer, now frightened by a routine traffic maneuver, decided against simply going around or running away from the truck, pulled his gun. This is a common tactic in these Concealed Carry Killers, viewing all problems as solvable through the application of a tool of evil: an assault weapon.

The potential killer drew his concealed assault weapon and opened fire, striking a teenager, the truck, and a storefront.

Given that most police are wholly owned by the NRA (itself an organization of old, fat, white, wannabe assassins), it should come as no surprise to all right-thinking, socially-aware people that this killer was high-fived and released to try to kill again.

Tiick tick tick tick tick…RRRRRRRRRRRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNGGGGGGGG!

It’s time to wake up.

To the “woke” citizens out there, it should come as no surprise that a jogger was running armed. The American people are starting to realize that the police are very rarely going to be where you need them right when you need them. The citizens and resident aliens of this great nation are starting to step up and defend themselves.

In this case, the unnamed 20-year-old was minding his own business when he was attacked. While jogging to the gym early in the morning, he was spotted by a predatory teenager being driven around in a stolen pickup.

The teenager, a young predator-in-training, decided that this lone runner was the ideal target on which to practice his armed robbery skills. He leapt from the truck as it swung around and pointed his gun at the jogger.

Big mistake.

The firearms and fitness fanatic fought fire with fire by freeing his own firearm and firing upon the felon. (Say THAT five times real fast.)

At least one bullet struck home, impacting the attacker’s groin and sending him and his getaway driver fleeing.

The attacker was later found riding in an SUV with a different driver, both of whom surrendered after the police found them.

The lesson here, though, is not what you might think. This being Texas, a place where you have the right to defend yourself, it’s no surprise that he’s not being charged with shooting “an innocent victim of circumstances”.

The lesson is that he’s not yet charged with the destruction of property where his bullets missed both his would-be killer and the killer’s truck and struck the storefront.

No matter how much you train, YOU NEED TO TRAIN MORE. You are the only person responsible for your own protection. If you make the choice to carry the most effective means of self-defense while living in or near a decades-old Democrat-run hellscape of crime and poverty, you have to be able to hit your target. You need to make those hits count and avoid injuring or wounding innocent civilians.

In this case, there were few or no innocent civilians around. He was lucky.

You are responsible for every bullet that comes out of your gun. You don’t want to survive your encounter with a Clinton supporter only to go to jail for one of your stray rounds grazing a bystander.

You are your own first line of defense. Train like your life and liberty both depend on it, because they do.

The Links:

http://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2017/02/22/jogger-shoots-teen-tried-rob-arlington-police-say

http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Jogger-Shoots-Would-be-Armed-Robber-in-Southwest-Arlington-Wednesday-414488893.html

http://www.wfaa.com/news/crime/armed-jogger-shoots-robbery-suspect/411926484

http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2017/02/22/arlington-robbery-suspect-shot-by-armed-victim/

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