Corporate Media ignores armed woman stopping mass murderer

This week, there was a story that would make any patriot feel better about the current gun issue.

However, the vast majority of people are unaware of it since it contradicts the prevailing irrational narrative that gun restriction will miraculously make us safer, despite the reality that it has never and will never work.

In West Virginia, an armed woman foiled an attempted mass murder. A man armed with an AR-15 opened fire into a crowd, apparently intending to become the newest gun-control propaganda story, but he wasn’t expecting to be stopped so fast.

This is a story that needs to be told widely. You can post a few tales from credible sources below. We need to get this message out to the general public since even indoctrinated radical leftists might recognize the value in keeping “good guys and gals with guns” armed and ready to act in the event of a crisis.

Following Uvalde and Buffalo, emotions are running high. This is when gun grabbers, even foolish RINOs like Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, scream the loudest.

It is critical that we keep the narrative focused on the obvious truth that an armed citizenry of law-abiding citizens is considerably more effective than relying entirely on police in stopping mass murders.

I’m not arguing that gun-toting patriots should take the place of law enforcement, but when seconds count, law enforcement is only minutes away. In the throngs of would-be victims, we need armed and adequately trained civilians.

As she weighed in on the news about a woman with a handgun preventing a potential mass shooter, U.S. House Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) expressed what many 2A advocates are likely thinking.

“Will the news share this story far and wide?” Boebert pondered in a tweet.

“Doubtful, as it proves exactly the point they don’t want to make,” Boebert remarked.

Dennis Butler was shot to death by an armed citizen who opened fire with an AR-15 on Wednesday during a graduation party in Charleston, West Virginia, according to the police.