The Gun-hating Left Would Like Her to Fight Only With Her Bare Hands

And it looks like there were 2 bad guys, though that isn’t clear. Seattle woman shoots burglary suspect.

She shot him as he was trying to break in.

When officers arrived, they found the homeowner on the roof and a man behind the home with a gunshot wound to the shoulder and a handgun on the ground nearby.

The cops arrested a 2nd guy not far from the scene, but won’t say if he was involved.

My favorite part of the story is that the police had to talk her down from her sniper perch.

Seattle police say the homeowner, who was armed with a rifle, had to be coaxed down by police so they could give the man medical aid.

Self-defense is a human-right.

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This is What a Hero Looks Like

He doesn’t have a sponsorship deal with some sports apparel manufacturer, but maybe he should. Uncle rushes into burning home to save his 8-year-old niece: ‘I’d do it again’.

“She was screaming my name,” said [20-year-old Derrick] Byrd. “So, I wasn’t going to let her sit there. I wasn’t going to let my niece die.”

So he ran into a burning building. (Hat tip to Wirecutter.)

“We have someone (armed with a hand gun) in every building”

In deep blue Washington? WA school district arms staff to deter campus shootings.

“We have someone (armed with a hand gun) in every building”, says Toppenish School District Superintendent, John Cerna. “In some buildings we have multiple people…and nobody knows who they are except me.”

In the event of a school shooter, the first thing you do is call for people with guns to come to the campus. This short-circuits a lot of wait time.

How Would You Respond to Being Attacked in Your Own Kitchen?

He should have taken the hint from the stick. Washington homeowner attempts to fight off burglar with stick, then shoots him in chest, police say.

Detectives told Q13 News the homeowner did his best to fend off the burglary suspect in his kitchen using a piece of wood. When that did not stop the suspect, the man grabbed a weapon and fired a single shot, hitting the intruder in the chest.

The would be bad guy will be charged when he gets out of the hospital.

“The homeowner knew that he did the right thing, and the only thing he could do to protect himself and his wife,” Lt. Tim Rudloff told Q13 News.

Self-defense is a human-right.

Armed Homeowner Meets Home Invader

Results as expected. Intruder shot after forcing his way into a home near Black Lake, deputies say.

The homeowner discovered the man taking food out of a refrigerator on the home’s back porch, said Lt. Tim Rudloff. The homeowner told the man to leave but he refused and forced his way into the house.

That is when the homeowner took out a gun and shot him once in the chest.

No charges for the homeowner, but the guy who got shot was arrested on burglary charges. Probably not the way he saw things working out.

Self-defense is a human-right.

Neighbors Are Terrified

By the realization that they live in a place where crime, and police action, can take place. Spokane Valley neighbors call Saturday’s fatal shooting ‘unsettling’.

Reports of a guy who was apparently high, and bothering kids. Cops get there and he runs for a homeless camp, then stops and pretty much tells the cops he has a weapon, so they shoot him.

The homeless camp? No big deal. The guy who was high, hanging around kids? Apparently that is not a problem. The cops on the other hand…

“It’s terrifying. And that’s our backyard,” said neighbor Crystal Runions. “What if my youngest had said, ‘hey, can I go out with my friends and play with my Nerf guns?’ and they were just running around and one of those bullets went stray and took our one of our kids?”

What do you expect from Washington State?

But if you can read this, then you live in The Real World™ where crime can, and sometimes does, happen, and that usually results in some kind of action by the police. Up to and including shooting the bad guys.

They Took The Money, Then Shot a 79-year-old Woman in the Back

We are constantly told by the gun-hating Left to just give the Bad Guys what they want, and they will leave us alone. These guys didn’t get that memo. Hunt for 79-year-old store owner’s killers continues.

“For someone to come in, do a robbery, take the money, just like they asked, and then shoot them in the back, there you go. At this point, we even have criminals out looking for them,” said Detective Ed Troyer, with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.

Violent criminals do not stop being violent criminals because of anything you are doing, or not doing.

And neighbors were shocked to discover that they live and work in The Real World™ and not in some fantasy land.

“To come in here and blemish our neighborhood and feel our safety is threatened is really hard to believe,” Larry Chambers said.

Because they want to feel safe, even if they aren’t safe.