A new video that shows a man railing against gun control in the wake of the San Bernardino terrorist attack is gaining steam online.
“How is it knowing everything we know about the San Bernardino terrorist attack that anyone can walk away thinking we need more gun control laws in reponse to it?” the man known as Colion Noir asked to start the video.”These two terrorists abandoned their 6 month old daughter just so that they could go slaughter 14 people at a Christmas office party. I’m sorry but there’s not enough gun control on the planet to deal with this type of evil.”
Noir went on to discuss the myriad of ways people protect their homes with passive things such as alarms, beware of dog signs, door locks and window sensors but asked what people ought to do when all of those things don’t work and the perpetrators get in.
“If I’m at work during an office Christmas party and two people come in shooting they’re now invading our safe space and you have every right to be armed with a gun,” he said. “In that moment, right then and there, when these bastards raise their guns to shoot you there’s not a background check, assault weapons ban, gun free zone sign or law against murder that’s gonna help you do s**t to survive.”
He described how the terrorists were able to obtain the weapons they used to kill their coworkers despite the rigorous gun control laws in California leaving him baffled as to why people would now ask for more gun control laws.
“President Obama and every left leaning politician and media outlet is screaming for more gun control so I’m left to assume a couple of things. Either these people are largely uninformed or they are nothing more than political con artists, he said while calling California a “shining examples” of such laws failing.
Watch the entire video below.
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