By Tom Knighton
There’s something to be said with “going with your gut.” I don’t remember where I read it, but basically, the argument is that “gut feelings” are the result of your subconsciousness putting together pieces and warning you of danger that your conscious mind hasn’t figured out yet. In other words, if you think something’s up, it just might be.
A New Jersey mother did basically that and allegedly stopped a mass shooting from taking place.
On Wednesday, Koeberle Bull of Lumberton, N.J., woke up to a racist message on Facebook from a man in Kentucky. “It was really vulgar — he called my kids the N-word and hoped terrible things for them,” Bull tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
The mom of three biracial children, ages 16, 11, and 8, was especially concerned about the man’s profile picture in which he showed off a gun, so, going on a “gut feeling,” she called her local police station and filed a report. “But I felt like it wouldn’t really go anywhere, so I posted a screenshot of the message on Facebook,” she says.
Right now, I can feel all the eyes rolling. Believe me, I get it. After all, how …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms