If you watched Gutfeld before retiring, you are up to date with the "Whoop Ass" unleashed on a Seven Elleven thief. A thief entered a store, grabbed a trash can and begun cleaning out the 7 Elleven, taking cigarettes and any other item he could sell.
Check it out, the miscreant mumbles for people to stay out of it and allow him to do his work, because you can't stop me. As he began to exit, the store owner apparently did not get the memo and forced the thief to the floor.
His assistant showed up with a long dowl rod and whooped on the miscreants' legs. The beating went on for a least a couple of minutes, repeatedly Rasing welts on the man's legs. The store owners subdued the man who had robbed the store on two previous occasions. On a lot of levels, I sympathize with the drug crazed thief who had devolved to the level of an in-your-face thief.
The Modesto Bee newspaper editorialized that there is no room for vigilante justice in a civilized society. I guess we are supposed to fall in line and allow the theft of thousands of dollars in merchandise while waiting for police.
America is getting fed up with the soft hand approach. You hear it almost daily, workers who are fired or disciplined for trying to stop robberies. That mentality has led to locking up freezers of Ice Cream. Imagine you walk into a convenience store after getting gas and you want a gallon of milk, and the clerk has to use the key to unlock the Fridge.
I was just outside Philly this past weekend and hanging with a guy who worked at U. Penn. He described the city as a "crap hole", and I cleaned that up. These stupid prosecutors have to go, New York Philadelphia and Los Angeles have three of the worst.
Finally, a store owner in Stockton California says no more. You are not going to rob me of my merchandise and expect me too standby passively. Walmart does not put up with it, some large companies do but you are going to see more merchants defend their turf. After all insurance companies are not going to issue insurance to clients who lose their merchandise routinely. I am going to enjoy watching Americans start to take back their turf.
You can assure this change happens by protecting your gun rights at all costs.