The Atlantic: Armed Law-Abiding Citizens Undercut The Rule Of Law
If armed citizens firing back can cut the 90 seconds into 20 seconds, how many lives does that save?
On April 1 The Atlantic published a column claiming armed law-abiding citizens undercut the rule and put police officers in greater danger.
The Atlantic tried to substantiate these claims by suggesting guns outside the home, via concealed and/or open carry, actually lead to “social consequences” where “citizens must…fear their armed neighbors.” This, in turn, lowers the threshold for acceptable insults–filling citizens with worry that if they say the wrong thing in the worst way their armed neighbors will simply open fire.
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Via:: Patriot Outdoor News