Repost from @colionnoir
This one story just destroyed the entire Gun Control Narrative.
Constitutional carry or Permit-less carry became legal in Indiana on July 1st, this shooting took place on July 17th, and Eli didn’t have a concealed carry permit; he was carrying based on the constitutional carry law that Indiana passed 17 days ago.
If not for Indiana making it easier for good people to carry firearms for protection, Eli likely wouldn’t have been carrying that day, and many people would have died.
This law allowed a citizen to keep other citizens safe because law enforcement couldn’t get there in time to stop the attack.
Greenwood Park mall, where this shooting happened, is a gun-free zone, and it didn’t stop the shooter from bringing his gun in to kill a bunch of people.
If Eli had obeyed the no-gun policy at the Mall, the shooter would have killed way more people.
And no, Eli did not break the law by ignoring the no-gun policy.
In Indiana, it’s not against the law to ignore a “no firearms” sign at a private business; you may commit criminal trespass for entering a business after you have been denied entry or have been asked to leave.
The House is trying to pass a bill that would limit law-abiding citizens to only having ten bullets in their gun.
It took Eli Ten shots to stop the shooters.
Imagine if Eli was limited to 10 rounds, and he needed one more shot to stop the shooter. This would be a very different story.