People deal with grief in different ways. Is there a right and wrong way to grieve? Yes, apparently. There is.
For example, if your brother points a gun at a store clerk and demands all the cash in the safe, you can’t be all that mad when he is shot dead. In fact, it should be expected. You’d think, right? Not for these two ignoramuses, though.
They think the clerk was in the wrong for defending himself. Yeah, for real. This might just be the video of the year. No hyperbole. It’s that jaw-dropping.
It goes to show how ridiculous some people truly are.
Dayton, Ohio family outraged their sibling was shot dead by a store clerk while attempting an armed robbery
What’s that, Forrest? You have something to say?
America is quickly going the way of Europe when it comes to nonsensical gun policies.
Take this convenience store worker, for example.
He was fired for defending his own life!
From Fox News:
Oregon authorities are seeking a would-be thief who was armed with a hatchet when he tried to rob a convenience store, only to flee when the clerk drew a gun and called 911.
However, the clerk’s quick thinking cost him his job, with the president of Plaid Pantry in Oak Grove explaining to local station KOIN-TV that the chain has a zero-tolerance policy for weapons.Advertisement - story continues below
He said employees are trained to de-escalate robbery situations to avoid injury, according to the station.
The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office on Friday released surveillance video of the incident which took place April 28 at the store, seeking tips in identifying the suspect who fled empty-handed and without the 12-inch hatchet.