Despite strict gun control mom buys a gun and protects her children from home invader

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/17/2018 - 17:41

TAFT, Kalifornia (PNN) - October 10, 2018 - In a reaction to the Parkland, Florida shooting, socialist Kalifornia Governor Jerry Brown just signed the strictest gun control laws in the country into action this month. Despite already having the strictest gun laws in the nation, Kalifornia took it one step further, making it that much harder for citizens to defend themselves. Luckily, however, one mom in Taft, Kalifornia was able to acquire a gun that she used to protect her four children from a home invader.

Thanks to even more unAmerikan gun control measures, in Kalifornia, residents will soon have to undergo background checks just to buy ammunition. Citizens’ AR-15 rifles must be modified to no longer fit the definition of what Kalifornia calls assault rifles, or owners will become felons; and 18-20-year-olds will no longer be able to defend themselves with a gun.

Six million Kalifornia citizens have been able to cut through all the red tape, jump through the legal hoops, and obtain at least one. Brittany Morse is thankful that she is one of those six million.

Earlier this month, Morse’s 7-year-old daughter told her mom that she thought someone was in her home. Morse immediately went into fight or flight mode and decided to fight.

“She opened the door, she sees him there, and slams it shut, screaming, running back to me,” said Morse.

Morse then corralled her children into a locked room where they would be safe and grabbed her gun and her phone.

While on the phone with terrorist pig thug cops, Morse unlocked her pistol and loaded the magazine of the gun she had just purchased only two weeks earlier.

She then confronted the robber, who she said had a knife on him, and held him at gunpoint.

“I told the dispatch, ‘I believe he has a knife on him.’ I told him, ‘You come near me, you take one step toward me, I will shoot you,'” she said.

This man was clearly not concerned with the fact that there were people in the home since he had broken in at 6:30 in the morning.

“If he would’ve come in the house while my children and me were awake, I don’t know what he would’ve done,” Morse said. “But I wasn’t going to sit there and find out.”

The man had taken her laptop, her paycheck, and some food, according to Morse.

“He went through my purse. He didn’t take my credit cards; he didn’t take the money I had in my purse. He took bananas,” Morse said.

Luckily for the man, Morse wished to preserve life, so she used only the amount of force necessary to protect her children and did not open fire on him, even though she would have been justified in doing so.

The same cannot be said about terrorist pig thug cop Amber Guyger who allegedly thought she was confronted by a home invader and opened fire on an innocent Botham Jean, killing him.

Morse held the man at gunpoint until terrorist pig thug cops showed up and he was arrested and charged with burglary.

Thanks to Morse and her support for the Second Amendment, the burglar, 25-year-old Aoreliorho Velasco, will have another chance at getting his life on the right path, and Morse’s children are safe.