Despite a “No Guns Allowed” sign posted on the door, an anti-Trump bar patron shot a Trump voter inside Winston’s Place in Cleveland, Ohio.
— Kit Daniels (@KitDaniels1776) August 8, 2016
The suspect, Darnell Hall, has been charged with felonious assault over the July 25 shooting in which a 60-year-old was shot in the leg for believing Donald Trump will make a good president.
“Hall pulled a pistol from his pants and shot the 60-year-old man in the right thigh, police said,” cleveland.com reported. “Hall then ran out the bar’s front door, jumped into a Cadillac truck and drove off, according to police.”
A photo of the bar reveals the “No Guns” sign posted on the door, which didn’t stop the shooter despite reassurances from anti-Second Amendment groups that gun control works.
“An analysis of mass shootings in the United States since the year 2002 shows that gun-wielding mass killers are more likely to strike where the Second Amendment right to bear arms has been supplanted by ‘gun-free zone’ ordinances, be they federal, local, or specified by the owner of the property,” Patrick Tyrrell of the Daily Signal revealed.
Out of 54 mass shooting since 2002 in which victims were shot at random, 37 of them (nearly 7 out of 10) occurred in “gun-free zones,” the analysis by the Heritage Foundation found.
“All else being equal, if a killer can strike where he is less likely to face lethal law-abiding resistance from ordinary citizens, he will,” Tyrrell concluded.
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