If you lived in a Conservative State with good gun laws, you could probably OFF him if he attacked…
Ronald Geiken

Actually, the data shows that in states that allow this, it’s far more likely that someone like Alan would get a gun and use it than the other way around. Mainly because conservative states with good gun laws almost always allow domestic abusers to purchase a weapon. Because otherwise we would infringe upon their second amendment rights. Which is true, it forces a conflict between Alan’s right to own a gun and the author’s right to life. Conservative states choose the right to own a weapon over the right to live. Hence the vastly inflated murder rate in domestic abuse cases.

But by all means, ignore the data and continue to espouse the false belief that expanded gun ownership protects the abused. Because if data swayed your opinion you would not have posted this in the first place, right?

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