It’s a dangerous world out there. The Second Amendment gives law-abiding citizens the right to keep themselves armed at all times. Keep this in mind and remember, the Lord takes care of those who see after their own safety:
A church member sitting behind Braxton tapped him on the shoulder to let him know the seats were reserved. Another couple put down two Bibles to save their spots before walking away. Braxton retorted the tap and starting yelling “Don’t f—— touch me!” an affidavit reads.
An assistant pastor and ushers came over to try and calm Braxton, but he continued to yell, records show.
In interviews with police, witnesses watched Storms walk over to Braxton, show him a badge and motion to a handgun under his shirt. The badge, police said, was for his concealed carry permit. Braxton exchanged words with Storms before punching him in the jaw. Storms then pulled out his gun and fired two shots, according to witnesses.
Remember, having your handgun means never having to take shit off anybody. Church goers are beginning to feel safer already:
JACKSON, Miss. – Gov. Phil Bryant signed a bill Friday that allows some members of churches to undergo firearms training so they can provide armed security for their congregations.
The Church Protection Act specifies that those designated can carry guns into church buildings and gives them legal protections. It also allows people to carry holstered weapons without a permit.
The Lord bless you, Governor Bryant. Amen, brother, amen.