Good Guy with a Gun is a lie! (Till events say otherwise)


CSGV Good guy lie Waffle House

There is simply no evidence that a Good Guy with a Gun stops criminals! Look at what happen in Dallas! Right?

But then,  the same day Sen Murphy is trying to sell that line of crap, this happens:

A robber armed with an AK-47 assault weapon stormed a Texas Waffle House, only to be shot by a pistol-packing customer, police say.The suspect, whose identity police are still trying to confirm, was in critical condition Monday after last week’s gun battle in a Dallas suburb…

…One customer, who was legally carrying a concealed handgun, followed the robber into the parking lot because he was afraid for the safety of his wife, who was on her way to the Waffle House. The customer called out to the robber, who turned and pointed the rifle at him, police said. The customer then shot the robber several times. The robbery suspect, who police later identified as 26-year-old Antione Devon Cooper of Dallas, was taken to a hospital, where he is on life support.Police said the customer was not arrested.

Source: Waffle House Customer Shoots Robber Carrying AK-47

Imagine that! But we were told that is unimpossible! And that a concealed carrier would end up shooting every innocent person around too! How does this happened? And why is not the shooter arrested? Isn’t the life of the robber also important? #AllCriminalLivesMatter !

I tell you what folks: It is tiresome to have to do this sarcasm every day, but we are facing idiots and political scumbags with the dedication of kamikaze but unfortunately without the consequences.

Let’s just keep doing it and making it fun. We will win.


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  1. You never hear about armed civilians stopping mass shootings because when an armed civilian stops a shooting, it doesn’t become a mass shooting. Invariably, mass shootings occur in locations where there are no armed civilians present.

    I don’t remember the name of the fallacy illustrated, but the example in the video where I learned about it involved efficent use of armor on warplanes: they initially protected the parts of the planes which were getting shot up the worst. They later realized they needed to protect the parts that were never coming back damaged… because damage to those parts caused the plane to not return.

    • The term you are looking for is “survivor bias”, though in this case I guess it would be “non-survivor bias”. If you only look at examples where no one effectively fought back you will never find examples of people effectively fighting back.

      • That’s it! And the video I learned about it in was

      • Incidentally, Survivor Bias is why old music is so much better than modern music. There were just as many terrible songs written 50 years ago, but nobody remembers them. And nobody’s going to remember anything by Justin Beiber in another 50 years.

      • Braden Lynch : July 14, 2016 at 2:13 am

        The news media operates on the principle that if “it bleeds” then “it leads” because of the impact. No one writes about the thousands of safe airplane landings today, but will write about the tragic crash in depth.

        Regarding self defense and use of firearms there are two things with the media. As noted, first the crime that was stopped or mitigated and did not result in mass casualties is not noteworthy to the news crews and editors. Second, so many crimes are not attempted or are adjusted when there are firearms present or suspected. A criminal might want to come into my nice affluent town where the big screen televisions are, but our neighborhood is armed to the teeth. The criminals will avoid a home invasion and might instead seek a sneaky burglary or they may not even try. In effect, the crimes are reduced by the herd immunity effect so there is nothing to see from a news room point of view.

        • “Herd immunity” is correct! (For those who’ve never heard the term, it’s worth looking up). There is one BIG difference, though. For, to achieve herd immunity level with a vaccine, you need to have about 95% compliance in vaccination rates. What percentage of armed civilians do we need to prevent crime in a certain area?
          I could guess and say 5%, but it may be much lower than that. The “gun-free zone” example shows that a nutcase may decide to attack a certain area where he is confident that there are 0% armed civilians.
          So I would speculate that a non-zero percentage is enough to deter a nutcase, and maybe 5% armed civilians is enough to prevent nutcase attacks and deter criminal attacks.
          Sound about right?

  2. Clockwork is correct, AND the MSM purposely buries the stories… sigh

    • MSM buries stories, but bloggers like Miguel and all the other great ones, and local organizations like VCDL, keep the stories alive! spread the word!

  3. You heard it straight from Chris Murphy! Cops and the military aren’t good guys!

  4. My problem with the waffle house story is this

    “…One customer, who was legally carrying a concealed handgun, followed the robber into the parking lot because he was afraid for the safety of his wife, who was on her way to the Waffle House. ”

    Once the guy left he should have had someone call 911 while he called his wife getting a car description/plates. If I were him I wouldn’t put myself back in that situation, because you don’t know what will happen.

    • And that is the problem, the robber was still a threat and the priority was the safety of the wife. Just because he was walking away from him, does not mean the threat to innocents was over.
      I will agree that with the “proper” D.A. he could have ended in serious legal problems. But I also see a small trend of people getting tired of giving bad guys breaks and a smart D.A. would know that coming down on a citizen for stopping a dangerous criminal might be political suicide.

  5. LOL you ask, isn’t the life of the robber important too? No…actually…the life of a person willing to take from others what is theirs at gunpoint…no…put them down if you get the chance. Prison has shown us they do not rehabilitate just by the number of repeat offenders…all they do is hone their skills. if you are carrying and come across a situation like at the waffle house in texas in july…put that dog down.

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