Right to Bear Arms

Concealed Carry Saves Michigander From Violent Attack (VIDEO)

LANSING, MI – The Blaze is reporting on a story related to a spate of attacks that have surged recently due to popular interest in a game called “Point-em-out, Knock-em-out”. Thugs have been attacking people at random lately out of sheer boredom and posting their videos of it on the Internet. This story out of Michigan is a perfect example of why Americans need to defend the right to keep and bear arms. [contextly_sidebar id=”a091f5ffbfa0d58d564c7faa059ee033″]

Hasidic Jewish citizens have been targeted in the boroughs of New York City and least seven deaths have been reported in the wake of this game’s spreading out across the nation.

The incident in Michigan occurred when a father was waiting to pick up his daughter from the bus stop. “I saw the van circle twice and the second time three came out,” the victim said. “I didn’t suspect anything. I hadn’t any enemies, or any reason to believe that they would be looking or doing anything to me.”

Marvell Weaver, 17, approached the father and jammed something into his ribs.

“He shoved something into my side,” the victim said of Weaver. “I wasn’t sure what it was. It had some force to it. I wasn’t sure if it was a knife or a gun.”

It wasn’t a gun. It was a taser and it didn’t work. But the victim’s .40 cal worked just perfectly. Dad shot Weaver twice. He shot him once in the leg and another in the side that landed an inch from Weaver’s spine. The attacker lived, but will serve a year in jail.





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