VIDEO: Cocky Thug Tries Robbing Texas Restaurant – Gets SERVED Heaping Dish of TEXAS JUSTICE

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Out of all the states that a criminal could choose to live in, it seems that one not-so-bright thug decided to live in Texas. Rather than being smart and living in a state like California or New York, where almost nobody carries guns, this saggy-pants thug thought it would be a good idea to live in Texas, where every other man, woman, and child carries a concealed handgun.

Liberals just don’t seem to understand how less gun laws actually equates to less violence. No matter how hard they kick and scream and cry about gun death victims, you can’t deny the fact that the only thing which stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun—and that’s a fact.

So when a cocky thug burst into a San Antonio restaurant, waving his gun around in the air, and demanded that everyone hand over their money, you can bet it shook a bunch of families and old folks in there. One man however, remained as focused as a laser, and gave the stupid thug the justice that he deserved.

San Antonio’s local NBC4i channel reports:

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) – Police say a father eating with his family at a fast food restaurant in San Antonio fatally shot a robber who threatened his family with a gun.

Police Capt. Michael Starnes told the San Antonio Express-News that the robber died at the scene Wednesday evening.

San Antonio police Sgt. Roy Miller says the gunman threatened the father and restaurant employees and the employees ran out the back of the restaurant. The gunman demanded money and, when the father refused, the gunman turned his weapon toward the man’s family. At that point, the father, who is licensed to carry a firearm, pulled out his own gun and fired.

Starnes says the father isn’t facing charges and that he “really saved the day and protected a lot of people.”


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