Barely a week after Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed the “guns everywhere” legislation into law (it goes into effect in July), and some overjoyed gun thug couldn’t resist gloating about how he can now take his gun everywhere “and you can’t do anything about it” to a bunch of puzzled/terrified families at a baseball game, this happened:
Shooter Injures Six In Georgia Town Where Everyone Is Required To Own A Gun
A gunman opened fire Tuesday morning at a FedEx facility in Kennesaw, Georgia. Six were shot, with their injuries ranging from minor to two in critical condition. Authorities report that the gunman is dead.
The Georgia facility is located in Kennesaw, near Atlanta, a quiet suburb unique in the U.S. for mandating every household own at least one gun. The law is not enforced, so the Kennesaw gun ownership rate hovers around 50 percent, according to its police chief. That’s still higher than the average rate of gun ownership in the U.S., estimated to be about 34 percent. When the law was enacted in 1982, Kennesaw had only 5,000 residents. Today, it has a population of 30,000.
Gee, it’s almost like Someone is trying to tell someone else something. Hmm…