It is such a relief to see the members of our nation’s law enforcement start to draw their own thin-blue-line in the sand.

That line is the difference between retaining and losing our Second Amendment right as American citizens.  America’s law enforcement, particularly the various county Sheriffs coast-to-coast, are becoming more and more vocal in terms of the public discourse surrounding gun control.

In the wake of the recent San Bernardino, California terrorist attack in early December, we have witnessed more County law enforcement agencies step to the foreground of the gun control debate. In doing so, they are not towing the anti-Second Amendment line demanded of them by the Obama Administration.

Nor are they repeating the lies and insinuations that if there were no guns, there would be no crime.

One such person is Florida’s Brevard County Sherriff, Wayne Ivey, when it comes to how to stop gun violence. First, we need to stop being afraid;

“I personally believe that the fear of terrorism is much larger and encompassing than the terrorists themselves.”

Next, Sheriff Ivey calls upon all of law enforcement and all citizens to “…be alert and vigilant,” and be prepared to fight back at a moment’s notice;

“Now, more than ever before, is the time for law enforcement and our citizens to be fully prepared to immediately respond to an attack or active shooter scenario with the right tools to eliminate or, at the very least, disrupt the attack.”

As has been put forth by other Sheriffs and law enforcement personnel nationwide, the cops can’t be all places, all the time, and they will not be able to arrive immediately to any given situation. Americans need to be prepared. Because, as Sheriff Brevard says;

“…the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun..”

Source: CNS News


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