California Wants You To Hold Their Beer: They’re About To Release An Additional 8,000 Prisoners Due To Coronavirus

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Early on in the coronavirus escapade, prisons across the Country were making the decision to release prisoners from custody. Thousands were released since then, including high-risk sex offenders and others incarcerated for other violent crimes. Since the start of the pandemic, California has released 10,000 prisoners from custody early, and they’re not done yet. They […]

Video Interview Sheds Light On Incident Where Woman Draws Firearm On Woman During Confrontation

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An incident outside of a Chipotle restaurant earlier this month went viral after video was shared across social media which showed a part of the confrontation. It was a heated exchange between a white woman and a black woman and her daughter ended with a gun being pulled after the white woman apparently bumped into […]

2 Dead 1 Injured: Gun Enthusiast Shoots 3 Armed And Violent Home Invaders One-By-One, Armed Neighbor Comes To Help

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WESLEY CHAPEL, FLORIDA — A man home alone playing video games late Thursday night had to act quickly when three armed home invaders broke into his home. A gun enthusiast, these armed invaders didn’t know what they were up against. Three invaders entered. Two died at the scene while the third was rushed to the […]

Viral Photos Of People Openly Carrying Firearms At Subway Prompts Subway To Ban Open Carry

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When things aren’t done subtly, the internet will blow them up. When the internet blows them up, companies are sometimes forced to take a stance. That’s what happened with Subway and while they didn’t say ‘no guns allowed’, they did ask customers to stop openly carrying firearms at their locations. What exactly prompted the change […]

Georgia Governor Declares State Of Emergency, Atlanta Mayor Calls Out Community Members For Killing Each Other

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA — Like many other large cities in America, crime has spiked over the past few weeks with officers walking off the job, restrictions put into place on departments, and funding cuts. The effects are being seen, and the body count is increasing. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency Monday following an […]