So this link goes to the Wallmart Shootings Blog, run by Joyce Foundation shill Jason “Baldr” Kilgore of Cease Fire Oregon. It’s a aggregation site for this laughable purpose:
Why are there so many? Is it just because there are a LOT of Walmart locations around the country? And yet, other than one or two sporadic reports, you don’t hear about so many shootings at Kmart stores, or Target, or Costco. Is it because Walmart sells guns and ammo, and those others don’t? As far as I can tell, Target never did. Kmart stopped selling guns and ammo in 2009. Costco in 2006. It doesn’t help that Walmart often has banks inside their stores, making them even more of a target.
Is Walmart’s pro-gun stance a factor? Does it make people feel justified in taking their guns to Walmart and settling disputes in a violent manner?
Yep, because Walmart has a sporting goods counter with guns and ammo, there is “more violence”.
Still back to the story linked, and officer was called to Walmart because there was a beggar setting up camp in their parking lot and harassing their customers. When an Officer approached him the hobo let the dog off his leash and it attacked the officer. The Officer shot the dog (which is both expected to live, and unexpectedly will be returned to the owner. I would hope the dog would be put down, but likely this is because the Officer didn’t wait to get maimed first. Also another side note, what’s with beggars with dogs? If you’re so down on your luck you need to harass people for change, why would you have a large breed dog that needs to be fed?) and arrested the Beggar for trespassing. I hope they also book him for assault with a deadly weapon.
And in the end Jason closes with the same tagline he uses every time: “Walmart. Save money. Die faster.”
Yep, we need to ban guns! So not only is Jason, who again is a spokesperson for a Joyce Foundation gun-ban group, against a person shooting a dangerous dog in self defense, he seems to be against a Police Officer shooting a dangerous dog while doing his duties of removing an unruly trespasser from private property.
Remember, they are not anti-gun, they are Anti-freedom, and if the Officer had been killed, or severely injured by the dog, Jason wouldn’t have even been interested in this story because only “Gun Death” counts in his bloody little game, and NOBODY, even Police Officers doing the bidding of the public, have the right to defend themselves.