On Sunday, just hours after the Church massacre in Sutherland, Texas – Senator Elizabeth Warren (MA-D) – could not resist or hold back from turning the tragic event into a gun grab for honest abiding citizens.
Elizabeth started with:
“I’m heartsick for the victims, families & community of Sutherland Springs. But I’m more than heartsick – I’m angry.”
“How many more people must die at churches or concerts or schools before we stop letting the @NRA control this country’s gun policies?”
How many more people must die at churches or concerts or schools before we stop letting the @NRA control this country's gun policies?
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) November 5, 2017
Ben’s reply completey decimated Warren. This is what he said:
“Let’s ask the NRA instructor who took down the convicted criminal the government illegally allowed a gun, shall we?”
Let's ask the NRA instructor who took down the convicted criminal the government illegally allowed a gun, shall we? https://t.co/Rw4IddhLJi
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) November 7, 2017
Ben is referring to Stephen Willeford. The gentleman who lives across the street from the Church. His daughter alerted him that there was someone shooting up the church. Mr. Willeford – who is a card carrying NRA Instructor – loaded his magazines and in bare feet went outside and took on the murderer.
Willeford shot at the shooter and stopped him from continuing his killing spree. Once outside, Johnnie Langendorff saw the exchange between Willeford and the killer and when the shooter made it to his vehicle, Willeford and Langendorff gave chase to the injured shooter. Mr. Langedorff said: “He got a little bit of a jump on us. So we were doing about 95 miles per hour, going around traffic and everything. “He just lost control and that’s when I put the vehicle in park. The other gentleman jumped out and had his rifle drawn on him and he didn’t move after that.”
It’s telling how people who want to promote a gun grab, don’t seem to know much about guns. As evidenced by Elizabeth Warren’s uninformed tweet.
(Feature Photo credit to Fox News)