Liquor Store Clerk Brought A Gun To A Gun Fight

gunrightsToo often we hear the average American will not defend themselves when being confronted by an armed individual. Just as often that myth is debunked by an average American defending themselves, their loved ones, or their property. Here’s a success story that demolishes the gun control narrative.

On December 7, 2015, a man was shot to death while attempting to rob a liquor store in Towson, Maryland.

Two clerks were in the store at the time of the exchange, and even though one of the two suspects flaunted his gun and announced it was a robbery, the good guys were unscathed. One of the store clerks pulled a gun from behind the liquor store counter, shooting one of the suspects multiple times. Both suspects ran, but only one got away, the other collapsed and died not too far from the scene.

Gun laws in Maryland regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition in the state. Towson is on the outskirts of Baltimore, where the murder rate continues to rise in 2015. Had the clerk not acted in self defense, the outcome may have been completely different, and perhaps not in the clerk’s favor.

Adding regulations to the existing gun laws is unconstitutional. So is restricting firearms to those on our no-fly list. And yes, having a no-fly list in itself is unconstitutional, it denies due process. Trying to keep up with the liberal double standard list however, is as frustrating and pointless as trying to keep up with the Kardashians. The number of the mentally ill and Islamic extremists, though in my opinion the Islamic extremists are mentally ill, seems to be multiplying by the week. If there were ever a time to own a weapon for protection, this is it.


Kimberly Klacik

District of Columbia Politichick Kimberly Klacik has a passion for politics. Once a democrat and President Obama supporter, Kimberly began to recognize the "land of the free" was slowly becoming the "land of the lost". As a nonprofit Founder/Executive Director headquartered in Baltimore, MD., Kimberly witnesses firsthand the misuse of government aid and the cultural crisis creating an economic disaster. Potential Me is an organization supporting women going into either the workforce, college, trade school, or the military. Kimberly spent most of her childhood in Accokeek, Maryland writing country music and reading a ton of fiction. From the hospitality industry to teaching gymnastics to preschoolers, Kimberly now considers herself a proficient people person. As a volunteer on Capitol Hill, Kimberly will converse with both members of Congress and their staff, on the record, in hopes of gaining some insight on what makes them tick.

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