We may be in for the worst year of crime since I have been alive. The amount and types of crimes are unbelievable. To compound everything, the new bail reforms basically treat crimes committed with a slap on the wrist and let most people arrested back on the street within hours. Police have their hands tied. They are leaving the force in record numbers. More criminals and less police. What have we done to ourselves??? Progressive Liberalism. Cancer stage 4.
Post by dannoboone on Jun 27, 2021 10:34:27 GMT -5
We watched Dan Bonjino's new show "Unfiltered" last night. One segment revealed that many of those charged with murder get out on bail. They then murder other innocents when they should never have been allowed to be on the streets.
By the time a majority of Americans wake up, it may be too late. The many could be ruled by the few with no power to do anything about it, just as it was done in most other socialist countries.
Chin is always up Richard. Was on the way thru town last week with the wife and came across a scene with sherrifs car and 2 village police cars and lights flashing. We live in a very small town. It was apparent that this was a situation as one officer had something drawn and was using his driver side door as cover as he employeed a gun or taser. I rubber necked and strayed from my lane at 15 mph. Wife said go-go-go!!!!!! I said what if they need help? I was only kinda kidding. There were many officers there concentrated on one vehicle. I would have been a major distraction if I went over there. If I were to see an officer in trouble, I would absolutely intervene and help as I am always looking, watching and carrying. I will put my life on the line for them as they do as a job for me. More and more situations seem to be happening in the rural areas. Chin up and watching. Not the same around here anymore.
Yup, older post but that's the way my wife and I are. I have always been a carrier 100% of the time. Walking the dog, mowing the lawn, getting the mail. Got my wife a good inside the waistband holster for her little Taurus .380. We raked leaves all day and trimmed flowers. Came inside and she lifted her shirt and removed her pistol. I said "you had that on the whole time out there?" she said yes. I was so proud. We live in a very rural area with "No" crime but it's always a thought. It's like having an eppy pen. You never know but when it happens you don't wanna be 50 yds from your house, 54 yrs old, and not have an option other than running away. Hmmmm.
Right on! My wife and I both carry 95% of the time. I'll say the 5% is when we are both together and only one of us is. More importantly than just carrying, we both practice with our carry guns a few rounds here and there to stay tuned up and familiar with the process.