When a group of thugs tried to ambush this man inside his own garage as he got home, he managed to get some epic justice. In the process, he taught a valuable lesson to those who might try to do away with our Second Amendment right to self-defense.
This video, which was posted by Iowa Gun Owners to their Facebook page last month, seems to have taken place in May of this year, if the security camera timestamping is correct. No other details in terms of location or the identity of the men involved are given.
The video starts as the man pulls his white Toyota into his garage at night. He pulls in and the garage door starts closing. However, that’s when at least three men can be seen stopping the garage door from closing and forcing it back up.
One of the men slips into the garage and goes to the driver’s side door. That’s when the man gets out of the car and starts firing his weapon. It looks like the punk who was trying to open up the driver’s side door was hit by a bullet, but it’s hard to tell.
The punks can’t run away any faster, and as the man gets out he’s able to ensure his garage is clear of these criminals.
Remember, when politicians say they want to take your guns away from you, they’re saying that you shouldn’t have the right to defend yourself like this.
They find the danger that lone gunmen (who would still have access to firearms illegally) are too dangerous for us to risk allowing the Second Amendment to stand.
However, they’re more than willing to let you risk being ambushed by three punks like this man was without the proper means to defend yourself. In other words, when your life isn’t flashed across television screens from coast to coast, they couldn’t care less about you.
The Founding Fathers disagreed, which is why the Second Amendment is there. If we fail to protect it, we won’t be able to protect ourselves, and we know the government will fail to protect us.
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