Monday, October 21, 2019
KANSAS CITY LIFE LESSON: MORNING HOME INVASION SHOOT OUT REVEALS DANGER OF CAMPAIGN 2020 URBAN CORE GUN TAKEAWAY LEGISLATION!!!
Early this morning Kansas City homeowners fought off armed, masked burglars with guns.
Accordingly . . .
Progressive demonization of gun ownership and continued gun crackdowns only serve to keep vulnerable populations even more defenseless in high crime areas. This strategy is gaining momentum in Kansas City and across the nation as election 2020 ramps up.
Beto O'Rourke brags about taking guns away and across the board most Democratic Party supporters demand greater gun control from the next President. Here'in KCMO the former mayor constantly decried Missouri gun rights and new mayor Quinton Lucas started his gun takeaway efforts with a popular youngster crackdown with more anti-gun legislation on the way.
Meanwhile . . .
REPORTS OF TODAY'S URBAN CORE GUN FIGHT WITH MASKED BURGLARS DEMONSTRATES WHY KANSAS CITY NEEDS 2ND AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS!!!
Sadly, even the KCPD Chief of Police advocates more stringent gun regulations than ANYTHING currently under consideration at the national level.
Like it or not, gun ownership seems to be regarded negatively by our political leadership and as a privilege targeted for restriction rather than a CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT protected by our system of government.
Accordingly, here's the latest, shocking story of local gunplay:
"The incident happened at a home along Tennessee Avenue around 2 a.m. Police said when the burglars forced their way into the home, gunfire was exchanged. Two people inside the home were hit. The burglars took off from the scene. A child was sleeping in the basement of the home at the time of the incident, but the child was not injured."
Check the links:
KMBC: Police said suspects wearing dark-colored clothing burst into a home overnight, setting off a gunfight that left two people with injuries.
Fox4: One person fighting for their life, another injured after exchanging gunfire with burglars
KSHB: Police in Kansas City, Missouri, are looking for two men they believed broke into a house and engaged in a shootout early Monday morning.
KCTV5: 2 wounded in shooting after masked men enter south Kansas City home
You decide . . .