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2 thoughts on “Rick Green: Boulder Shooting Shows Need For Armed Citizenry”

  1. Full respect for this position, training, etc. that he is discussing.
    The problem with this as I see it is the potential and even likely scenario of full on multiple shooter, complete chaos in this type of situation.
    I ‘get’ the point of people having the ability to defend themselves and agree that lives could potentially be saved in a situation like this Colorado shooting (assuming official story). That would be an ‘ideal’ situation though.
    There are so many ways that an event like this could devolve out of this ‘ideal’ scenario. These might include missing the shooter and killing some innocent person or the likely case that when you have someone firing back then how would people who might not have seen the situation transpire know who the ‘active shooter’ even is, etc. Potential complete chaos within 2 seconds… untrained people with guns, etc.
    These things said I can respect the position and agree with people being able to defend themselves as per the Constitution and basic human rights.
    I’ll stick with the assumption that we’re being played with a number of these events in various ways, i.e. Sandy Hook, Orlando, Aurora theater, etc. i.e. ‘ops’ to ultimately disarm the American people.
    Hard to know in this case… maybe we’ll learn more this way as the event is understood in greater detail. I’m not a big gematria guy but the date was 3/22… maybe there’s a bigger plan here. Of course these types of things crank up again when ya get the Democrat back in the White House… just speculation though.
    At any rate, I personally don’t have an answer and remain openminded. I’m a committed non-violent person and try to consider “what would Jesus do?” etc.

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