Chairs Versus Guns

Fox news published an article on their website today:

Witnesses testified that a gunman wearing an Army combat uniform shouted “Allahu Akbar!” — which is Arabic for “God is great!” — and started shooting in a small but crowded medical building where deploying soldiers get vaccines and other tests. The gunman fired rapidly, pausing only to reload, even shooting some people as they hid under tables or fled the building, witnesses said. Witnesses say the gunman fatally shot two people who tried to stop him by throwing chairs, and killed three soldiers who were protecting civilian nurses, according to testimony.

It would have taken only one soldier with a Concealed Handgun License to stop this madness. Instead, soldiers were gunned down at point-blank range. Soldiers had to resort to futile efforts of hiding under desks and throwing chairs. THROWING CHAIRS???? Are you kidding me? Our soldiers had to resort to throwing plastic chairs at a psychopath with a semi-automatic handgun. Even though our soldiers are trained in the use of the most advanced weaponry known to man, the chain-of-command still refuses to honor the Texas Concealed Handgun License. These soldiers fly Apache attack helicopters, drive Abrams M-1 tanks, fire Howitzer artillery cannons, and carry fully-automatic machine guns, but they are not competent enough to carry a small-caliber pistol while on post? One soldier carrying a concealed handgun could have saved the lives of many. I won’t belabor the subject any more, but you can view the facts about carrying in “gun free” zones at the CampusCarry website.

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