This week a West Virginia woman legally carrying a handgun stopped a mass shooter with an AR-15 dead in his tracks
ยท May 28, 2022 ยท

Ho-hum, nothing to see here, just an ordinary citizen responsibly exercising her Second Amendment right to protect innocent people in her community from a lunatic who opened fire with an AR-15 on a group of dozens of people:

Police said a woman who was lawfully carrying a pistol shot and killed a man who began shooting at a crowd of people Wednesday night in Charleston.

Dennis Butler was killed after allegedly shooting at dozens of people attending a graduation party Wednesday near the Vista View Apartment complex. No injuries were reported from those at the party.

Investigators said Butler was warned about speeding in the area with children present before he left. He later returned with an AR-15-style firearm and began firing into the crowd before he was shot and killed.

"Instead of running from the threat, she engaged with the threat and saved several lives last night," Charleston Police Department Chief of Detectives Tony Hazelett said.

The bad guy thought he was gonna shoot a bunch of people with 30 round mags like fish in a barrel. Annie Oakley here put a stop to that with the quickness, and nobody else was injured.

Only one person was killed in the shooting, and it was the bad guy. As a matter of fact, he was the only one who was even struck by gunfire. All thanks to our heroine here, who clearly lives by the ancient and sacred adage of "stay strapped or get clapped."

The bad guy made the worst decision of his life that night โ€” and it happened to be the last decision he ever made.

To all of the folks who insist that the "good guy with a gun" myth is false:

Good woman with a gun, I mean!

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