Elizabeth Warren Proves Once Again That She Is No Friend Of Law Abiding Gun Owners (VIDEO)

As you have probably heard by now, there was another church shooting last week.

Tragedy was avoided because several people in the church were carrying guns.

All of the people who drew their weapons acted very responsibly.

It was an armed security guard who ultimately took the shooter down.

CBS News reported:

“I killed evil”: Man who killed Texas church shooter says his training kicked in

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A volunteer security guard who killed a gunman inside a Texas church is being hailed as a hero. But Jack Wilson said he was just doing what he was “trained to do.”

“You train, but you hope you never have to go to that extreme. But if you do, your training will kick in, and that was evident yesterday,” Wilson said.

The gunman, who was identified as Keith Thomas Kinnunen, 43, opened fire Sunday in the West Freeway Church of Christ, killing two people. Wilson said in an interview Monday that he knew something was wrong the moment Kinnunen walked into the church.

“He was wearing a wig and a fake beard and a toboggan on his head,” Wilson said.

During the second half of the Sunday communion, he got up and had a brief interaction with one of the victims, Tony Wallace. Nearby was another member of the church’s security team, Richard White.

Elizabeth Warren was asked about this during a campaign event in New Hampshire this week.

She gave the exact wrong answer.

Watch below:

How does Warren think this would go over in a general election?

 

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